A rare and interesting longcase clock movement of one month duration showing World Time, High Tide at Bristol key, phase and age of the moon and equation of time. Signed by the dial engraver Signed for the retailer, John Wood of Stroud and most unusually, for the dial engraver, James Cook, Minch Hampton
A very rare late 19th century oak cased floorstanding regulator of exceptional quality and small size Victor Kullberg, London No 6553. Further engraved 'Maker to the Admiralty, Diploma of Honour Vienna 1873' and 'Nine Gold Medals awarded from 1868 to 1889, Diploma of Honour Paris 1875'next page
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