An early 19th century long case clock movement Benjamin Webb, London.
Lot 511
An early 19th century long case clock movement Benjamin Webb, London.
Sold for £1,250 (US$ 2,101) inc. premium
Lot Details
An early 19th century long case clock movement
Benjamin Webb, London.
Having a 12" brass dial with silvered chapter, Roman hours and Arabic minutes, signed 'Benjn Webb, London', matted centre with date aperture and seconds dial, strike silent lever, applied mask spandrels; the two train movement rack striking on a bell. 30cm (12") high

Footnotes

  • Loomes Clockmakers and Watchmakers of the World lists 3 Benjamin Webbs of London; 1799, 1792 and CC1781-1810 Maker to the King.

Saleroom notices

  • Please note that this movement is a month going movement, not 8-day.
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