4 July 2007
An English brass, silvered brass and green marble weight-driven skeleton timepiece: 'The Whitlock Eagle Clock'
Probably retailed by Dent & Co. Circa 1965
The narrow frame joined by six pillars, surmounted by a gilt-brass eagle set on silvered brass sphere, the engraved and silvered Roman chapter ring with blued steel hands above a silvered and engraved thermometer scale flanked by brass columns, on green marble double plinth and on gilt-brass bun feet, the weight-driven movement with front pull-wind, anchor escapement and fine beat adjustmnent, under glazed cover; pendulum, three weights
20¾ in. (52.5 cm.) excluding cover
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Derek Roberts, Continental and American Skeleton Clocks, Schiffer, 1989, p.224, fig.216.
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