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A Victorian brass skeleton clock and dome, Massey & Windham / Cornhill / London, the cathedral inspired openwork brass clock with single fusee barrel and chain movement, housed under a rectangular glass dome, 27 cm total height

A brass skeleton clock, by 'W Smith, Musselburgh, Maker & Inventor'

A skeleton clock under case, congreve style movement, central enamelled dial flanked by two subsidiary dials, housed under a brass mounted glazed case, with applied plaque inscribed "made in England 1806, no. 27"

A 19th century industrial skeleton clock Pepin, Paris, circa 1890 long duration, month going, brocot escapement with gridiron pendulum, housed under case, the clock 24 x 26 cm

Antique mid 19th century Ms Honarables-France skeleton alarm clock, mounted on an ebonized oval base, with two pull cords, engraved Ms Honorables London & Paris - See power house Museum item high 4470, approx 23 cm high

Antique mid 19th century skeleton alarm clock, mounted on a ebonized oval base, with two pull cords, engraved Ms Honorables London & Paris. See Power House Museum item H4470, approx 23 cm high

A Victorian brass skeleton clock having an eight-day fusee, half-deadbeat escapement and Roman numeral chapter ring 28 cm

A great wheel skeleton clock, 1990-91, with maker's mark for Sinclair Harding & Company, England, in brass and emulating the elegance and artistry of the French horologists of the 18th century, the single revolution per day 'Y' frame clock comprising 288 t

A skeleton clock, later 20th century, with maker's mark for Thwaites and Reed, England, an elegant curvaceous brass timepiece with a platform escapement, single drum, and a brushed steel Roman numeral chapter ring; enclosed within a glass dome and upon a g

An interesting modern Swiss gilt skeleton clock standing on a six column tapered base, with fusee drive platform lever escapement movement. The heavy main spring contained within, and wound with a pulley wheel. Gilt brass finish and square base on a steppe

Jaeger Lecoultre: skeleton clock in brass and glass case. Working order. 17 cm x 15.5 cm

Antique French Vincenti et Cie brass skeleton clock, under glass dome, movement number 649

A Victorian period brass skeleton clock, of traditional design with fusee key wind pendulum movement, the silvered chapter ring with pierced decoration and Roman numerals, standing on four feet beneath the original glass dome on wood plinth base. With pend

Brass skeleton clock on marble base with key with white enamelled face. Hands have been replaced but otherwise entirely original. Height 41 cm

Two brass skeleton clocks, late 19th century, with Roman numeral dials, the movement single fusee with anchor escapement, glass domes on mounted plinths 28 cm high

A 19th century Skeleton Clock, the eight-day anchor escapement fusee timepiece with hammer striking the bell above the movement and pierced roman numeral chapter ring on a ebonized base within a glass dome. 38cm high, 26 cm wide.

A Westminster Cathedral skeleton clock by John Evans of Handsworth, circa 1860 one of the most attractive of Evans Cathedral Clocks., the double fusee 8 day movement with deadbeat escapement, maintaining power, passing strike on a centre church shaped bron

J.W Benson Ludgate Hill skeleton clock in glass dome on a marble base. Height 45 cm

Skeleton clock dated 1864 inscribed 'Time Passes But Friendship Remains - 28th July 1864' with key and pendulum. Height 35 cm

A Swiss glass dome skeleton clock, the fusee and chain movement is powered by a spring wound up form the base to a skeleton gilt movement with platform escapement. Height 32 cm

A Victorian cathedral brass skeleton clock, having, a single strike half-deadbeat escapement, and pierced Roman numerals chapter ring under glass dome. Height 41 cm overall

A French brass skeleton clock, by Pierret, Paris, circa 1851, the engraved A-frame support with enamel dial with Roman numerals and central alarm disc, breguel steel hands, 8 day movement with anchor escapement, silk suspension pendulum, raised on an eboni

A 19th century brass skeleton clock, fusee movement with axe form hammer striking the bell above the movement with traditional brass fretwork cut and turned frame, white enamelled chapter ring with black Roman numerals, all on a white marble oval base, gla

Miniature French skeleton clock c.1860, covered glass dome on ebonised wood base engraved front plate, 8 day movement with alarm on bell, in working order height 24.5 cm (including dome)

Glass cased skeleton clock with five bells with key and pendulum

Victorian brass skeleton clock under glass dome, provenance Leo Schofield, Bronte house sale

The grasshopper skeleton clock by Comitti of London, the inspiration for the design of this clock comes from the work of John Harrison. This clock incorporates 'Ba' balances, which Harrison designed to overcome the motion of a ship. Those balanced are coup

A brass skeleton clock the silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals the fusee platform movement striking on two bells, on oval marble base beneath glass dome on wood stand. Height 46 cm working order with key. See page 29

An Edward Dent Victorian skeleton clock, the brass triple steeple framework supports the skeleton mechanism which features a plaque 'Dent London' all raised on four conical feet and mounted to an oval timber plinth and housed within an oval glass dome. Tot

A brass architectural skeleton clock English mid 19th century with recoil escapement and perspex case. Height 45 cm, wood stand

Five antique striking skeleton clock with glass dome and wooden base

A skeleton clock, English, J. Monk, Bolton, triple fusee, 8 bell anchor escapement, pierced 20 cm silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, the elaborately pierced cathedral frame mounted on a bow-ended marble plinth with bun feet, presentation plaque inscrib

A striking skeleton timepiece, of typical form with a single fusee eight day movement with a passing strike, within a glass dome on a wooden mount 35 cm high

A skeleton timepiece, circa 1900 of typical form with single fusee movement, within a glass dome on a wooden mount 26 cm high

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