An early musical clock base, circa 1825,
Lot 32
An early musical clock base, circa 1825,
Sold for £384 (US$ 650) inc. premium
Lot Details
An early musical clock base,
circa 1825,
Ser. No. 114,
stamped ARF, playing two traditional airs, with pull-string tabátaire wind, the 14-part section comb with teeth in groups of five on plain brass bedplate, in oval-form case with non-actuation timepiece board, blond yew veneered finish, start/stop and change/repeat pulls in patterned brass and inset inscribed mother-of-pearl plaque, raised on petit squat bun feet - 11in. (28cm) wide, the cylinder 2.1/2in. (6.4cm)

Footnotes

  • Condition: F-G II 2 (one governor fan loose)
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