Dating brass dial longcase clocks
When the button is depressed it will repeat the last hour and then the last quarter, magnificent for a clock of this size and highly rare. Pounds A fine and rare calendar dial carriage clock in an engraved gilt 'Gorge' case.
The clock is sold fully restored with a full 12 month guarantee. The clock is in very original condition with a white enamel dial showing two lower sub' dials , one for the calendar and one for the alarm , top glass to view the original Bi-metallic, jeweled lever escapement . A well proportioned Carriage clock in very original condition with its numbered Key and Leather case . Pounds 14 x 8 x 7cm A fine gorge case Carriage clock in very original condition with a large top glass to view the original Bi-metallic , split , lever platform escapement .
The fine silver gilt case decorated with engine turned panels and convex glass.
The movement being a Push quarter repeater on two gongs.
A very good large gorge case which feels reassuringly heavy with thick bevelled glass panels to all sides. Richard & Co opened in London in 1857 at 24 Cannon Street. Pounds 18 x 14 x 10cm A fine Oval 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with an engraved dial mask. This clock will be carefully restored, serviced and regulated.
This clock also features an alarm with a selection lever to the base . This clock features the R&Co logo stamp in the bottom left corner and is number 132. This is just one of the clocks from our collection for sale. Grande sonnerie striking, Petite sonnerie and fully silent if you wish . B Guarantee £ Not for sale You do not often find these little clocks in perfect condition as they tend to loose the outer protective case.
The movement has been fully dismantled and overhauled and is functioning beautifully. The back plate is stamped with Paul Garnier, Paris. Thomas Cole was born in Somerset in 1800 and by 1838 had moved to London and started producing fine clocks of his own design by 1845 and in 1851 he stood at the Great Exhibition. A very attractive, rare piece and very collectable. This clock has the London hallmarks for 1901 together with the Mappin & Webb Logo stamp. Interestingly Hamilton and Inches are still based in Edinburgh and are still selling fine clocks.
The dial showing Roman numerals with the blued steel Breguet hands . To watch a youtube video click HERE Height 180mm , Depth 85mm , Width 95mm £4250.00 G. Pounds Richard et Cie were established in Paris circa 1850 when the fashion for small travelling clocks began. Pounds A fine example of a large 'Anglais Riche' carriage clock with push repeat . Maurice and Co who showed clocks at the Paris exhibition of 1889 . The clock is 'countwheel' striking on a bell and can be left silent (if you do not wind the strike side) . The original pair of blued steel hands which are typical of this period , striking on the hour on a bell and once on the half hour , viewing recommended . The case is polished and laquered so will not require polishing for 15 years or more!
This fine clock also retains the original large silvered platform and jeweled lever escapement. The dial showing Roman numerals with the blued steel Breguet hands . To watch a youtube video click HERE Height 180mm , Depth 85mm , Width 95mm £4250.00 G. Pounds 18 x 10 x 9cm A fine 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a white enamel dial unusually signed Henri Jacot , Paris. Grande Sonnerie striking , Petite Sonnerie and fully Silent if you wish . The business was set up in 1885 and they were very well known silversmiths until the 1930's . What is unusual and quite rare is the arrangement of the bells (with one positioned vertically above the other) and how it strikes - on the first quarter you have a single hammer blow on one bell , two blows for the half , Three for the quarter too and then on the hour it strikes on the two bells . Pounds 10cm x 4.5cm x 5.5cm A fine small carriage timepiece by well known silversmiths Henry Matthews who were working from Vittoria street in Birmingham circa 1896-1909 and this clock has all the hallmarks for 1901 . Push repeat and gong striking on the Hour with alarm facility . Pounds A good example of a 'Corniche' carriage clock with strike on a gong . The perfect enamelled dial showing Roman numerals and blued steel Breguet hands . L to the front plate and numbered jeweled lever , platform escapement . Pounds 18 x 10 x 9cm A fine 'repeater' carriage clock by the very prestigious retailers - Howell and James of Regent Street, London.
Grande sonnerie striking, petite sonnerie and fully silent if you wish. A very good , large gorge case which feels reassuringly heavy and thick bevelled glass panels to all sides . The silvered dial is behind a superbly pierced and engraved dial mask . A classic hammered , solid silver with 'C' scroll folding handle and little bun feet . The movement is completely original and serviced , cleaned and polished and sold with a full 12 month guarantee . The clock retains the original silvered jewelled lever escapement and strikes on a gong for the hours and the half hours . The case is full size and with the handle up measures 17cms tall . Howell and James were Jewellers, Silver and Goldsmiths and retailers between 18 and exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851 and at the International Exposition of 1862 in Paris. The dial is showing Roman numerals , makers name and the alarm dial.
Please click our other items to see our entire stock. A very good large gorge oval case with thick bevelled glass panels to all sides. This very fine example has been kept in its outer case, quite possibly, most of its life.
This clock also features an alarm with a selection lever to the base . Hallmarked for 1914 and with the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Hallmarks/stamp.
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