London, South Kensington
24 March 1999
A Regency mahogany striking bracket clock with calendar, first quarter 19th century
The brass-lined arched case with brass handles to the sides above arched fish scale sound frets, on ball feet, the arched white painted dial (some scratching, retouching) with chapter ring with blued steel crescent hands, central calendar ring and strike/silent ring above, the twin wire fusee movement with anchor escapement and strike on bell, the backplate with engraved border and signed Geo.e Grove London, the pendulum with scale calibrated 1-4
17in. (45cm.) high
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Please note that the illustration for this lot is numbered as 179 in the catalogue.
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