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A vintage German station clock by Telefonbau & Normalzeit. Diameter 60 cm

An early 20th century brass station clock 18.5 cm diameter

Japanese Seikosha railway clock, circa 1920s, with new electric movement, 60 cm diameter

VR Railway clock: a circular pendulum wall clock, with black Roman numerals on white enamel dial and attached plaque '1107' complete with pendulum and key, and in working order, maker unknown, face diameter 30 cm

Omega sterling silver pocketwatch railway presentation 1903 Birmingham, Presented to Dick brown 1928 upon his retirement after 40 years of service at the London bridge station. Engraved case, open face, 15 jewel in running fine condition

A large Japanese railway wall clock 20th century, the circular dial with applied polychrome decoration and Arabic numerals, marked Hearth with glass top and housed within a moulded timber case, 69 cm diameter.

A 19th century fusee station clock marked for Perryman Adelaide

A Japanese oak Railway clock signed H. Heart, having an eight-day bell and gong striking movement, with enamel dial mounted in an oak case, 66 cm diameter.

A station clock by G W Catanach Melbourne in polished mahogany circular case 55 cm diameter complete with pendulum and key

A mahogany and brass cased Tavern or Railway clock English, 19th century with fusee movement. Height 69 cm, dial diameter 57 cm

Mechanical Railway station wall clock in wooden case, incised on back '5 Efw 64/6', with key and pendulum. Diameter 38 cm

Antique timber cased railway clock. Circular face with Roman numerals. By Foster of London, with numbered brass plaque '584'. Single barrel fusee movement. Pencil notation on the reverse 'Glenhuntly Railway station clock'. 39 cm diam

A large 19th century Railway clock, the eight-day fusee time piece with a white painted Roman numeral dial mounted in a mahogany case