A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester
Lot 89
A George III and later longcase clock Inscribed B. Dammant Colchester
Sold for £600 (US$ 1,008) inc. premium
Auction Details
A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester A George III and later loncase clock inscribed B. Dammant Colchester
Lot Details
A George III and later longcase clock
Inscribed B. Dammant Colchester
The 12 inch arched dial with Roman and Arabic chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, within pierced mask spandrels and engraved eagle roundel, flanked by pierced dolphin mounts, the twin drive train movement striking a bell, enclosed by a swan neck hood above a later inlaid trunk door and box base, 231cm high.

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  1. Kenneth Naples
    Specialist - Clocks
    Bonhams
    Work
    22 Queen St
    Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 131 240 0912
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