Circa 1925 barograph by renowned makers Short & Mason (Shackleton Expedition & Everest climbers)
15″ by 9″ and 9″ tall
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Fine eight day skeleton clock just post WWI in good working order with glass dome…Upon returning from War soldiers made these items for occupational therapy and this is a particularly good example
19th Century eight day movement wall clock with fusee movement Circa 1860
Smiths of Clerkenwell, London, Fine Victorian eight day skeleton clock in glass dome
A stunning and rare 19th Century flame mahogany regulator longcase clock with mercurial compensating pendulum with a glass and mirrored case, jewelled pallets, dead beat maintaining power, one of the finest clocks we have offered for sale, superb in every respect!
Fine Early-Mid 19th Century drop dial fusee wall clock by John Cotsworth of London with flame mahogany case, fully restored and in working order – RESERVED
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
William Manley Simpson of Yarmouth (working dates 1822-1869) – Historically interesting military dial longcase clock with eight day movement and mahogany case, we believe depicting the Battle of Quatre Bras 1815 just before Waterloo
A rare Edwardian giant carriage clock combination with compass and thermometer…we have never seen such a large one !
Raymond of Manningtree, 18th Century eight day longcase clock Circa 1770