A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking optionSigned, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century

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Lot 85Y
A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking option
Signed, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century

Sold for US$ 16,325 inc. premium

The Art of Time

16 Oct 2019, 13:00 EDT

New York

A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking option
Signed, Viner, 235 Regent St., London
Date: Mid 19th century
Movement: Twin chain fusees, substantial plates joined by five turned pillars, gilt platform English style lever escapement with cut and compensated bimetallic balance, striking the hour on a gong with switch to reposition hammer for soft / loud
Dial: Gilt rectangular, engraved with foliate scrolls, roman chapter ring, blued Breguet hands
Case: The gilt octagonal section handle with scroll uprights over beveled glass panels to the stepped top and sides above an ogee molded plinth base on gilt bun feet
Signed: Dial and movement
Size: 10 ¾ in (27.5cm) high including handle
Accompaniments: Winding and door keys
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A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking optionSigned, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century
A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking optionSigned, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century
A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking optionSigned, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century
A good rosewood four glass traveling clock with soft / loud striking optionSigned, Viner, 235 Regent St., London Mid 19th century
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