An early 19th century mahogany bracket clock Indistinctly signed,
Lot 369
An early 19th century mahogany bracket clock Indistinctly signed,
Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium
Lot Details
An early 19th century mahogany bracket clock
Indistinctly signed,
With brass mounts, fish-scale fret sides, carved corrugated bands and carrying handles, with an 8" painted convex dial, the 8 day movement with twin fusees, approximately 47cm high
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  1. Frances Robinson
    Specialist - Miscellaneous
    Bonhams
    Work
    Banbury Road
    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1865 853 662
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