Wall Clocks

8" fusee dial clock, carved oak case. Dial signed by a noted maker George Blackie 392 Strand London.

       Circa 1870    £1.800

Small German sprung vienna regulator striking the hours and half hours on a gong, walnut case.

 

           Circa 1880          £350

                                        

Large mahogany carved gallery wall clock, fusee timepiece movement, 12” dial signed C. Gordon Bromley, cast bezel. 

         Circa 1870    £850

 English fusee dial clock, shaped shoulders to the movement, light oak case. Dial signed Hunt & Roskell Manchester. 

               Circa 1850    £995

10" square brass dial, single hand, date aperture, 30hr birdcage movement. Dial signed by a Kent maker R Cutbush Maidstone. Sitting on a pine bracket

            Circa 1710.    £ 1.700

Double weight walnut vienna regulator, striking the hours and half hours on a gong.

          Circa 1870  £1.100

Octagonal 12" fusee double faces dial clock, mahogany case, dial signed G.P.O.

          Circa 1940    £1.800

Norwich wall clock, 8 day two weight driven movement striking on a bell, mahogany case with mahogany banding, 10" painted dial, signed John Howlett Cheltenham. 

         Circa 1840   £2.850

8" fusee gallery drop dial, oak case, dial signed Rogers Guernsey. 

  Circa 1900  £1.600

Flamed mahogany 12" dial clock, octagonal case with brass inlay, fusee movement with shaped shoulders, cast bezel, convex dial and glass, signed Geo, Stacey Worksop. 

       Circa 1830  £1.700

Mahogany octagonal fusee drop dial clock inlaid with brass, 9" convex dfial and glass, cast bezel, shaped shoulders to the movement plates. Dial signed Sharman Melon Mowbray. 

       Circa 1850    £2.500

Miniature Austrian single weight timepiece vienna regulator, rosewood case. 

Circa 1850   £1.900

Black lacquered wall clock, large fusee movement, 11"engraved silvered dial . Made by Trimnell 7 Parade Canterbury 

        Circa 1855   £2.100

2" fusee drop dial, flamed mahogany trunk case, A framed movement with ringed pillars, dial signed T Hallam Lutterworth.

             Circa 1860   £1.450

Alarm wall clock, sometimes called a house keeper’s clock. Pretty 9” square painted dial, 30hr lantern type timepiece movement with alarm, on a dark wood bracket. Dial signed Elliott Lenham.

 

           Circa 1820         £1.500

12”English sprung wall clock, light mahogany case.

 

            Circa 1900       £495

                           

14” fusee dial clock, cast bezel, mahogany case. Dial signed B Bianchi Tunbridge Wells.

         Circa 1860       £975

German sprung vienna regulator striking hours and half hours on a gong, walnut case. 

          Circa 1880    £675