19th Century eight day movement wall clock with fusee movement Circa 1860
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Edmund Smith of Bury St Edmunds: 18th Century oak eight day longcase clock with oak case striking the hours on a bell Circa 1770 – SOLD
Bullen of Norwich: Little Edwardian inlaid mahogany table clock
George King of Woodbridge, Suffolk, Circa 1805: Sweet 30 hour longcase clock with fruitwood case
Fine quality Edwardian eight day movement French carriage clock
Smiths of Clerkenwell, London, Fine Victorian eight day skeleton clock in glass dome
A rare Edwardian giant carriage clock combination with compass and thermometer…we have never seen such a large one !
Fine mahogany eight day longcase clock by Bullock of Halesworth with painted dial depicting David and King Saul Circa 1825, fully overhauled and in good working condition
Carter of Cavendish, Suffolk Circa 1840, Charming oak eight day longcase clock
William Barker of Debenham, Suffolk : Circa 1820 automaton eight day longcase with woodsman chopping wood !
Molteno of St. Lawrences Steps, Norwich: Fine inlaid mahogany mercurial wheel barometer Circa 1820