23 item(s) found:

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Vintage brass lantern clock, with silvered dial marked Craig & Aitken, Sydney and Swiss made. Working when tested. Height 11 cm

A painted lantern clock with enamelled Roman numeral hours and Arabic numeral minutes, 45 cm high, 20 cm wide, 12 cm deep

A French late 19th century gilt metal lantern clock, with spring suspension, and Arabic numerals with a domed top and pineapple finial

A brass lantern clock, 19th century, 38 cm high

Early English brass lantern clock. Pierced twin dolphin mounts, & engraved dial, with key. Not operational (serviced 2008). Height 28.5 cm

An early Victorian brass lantern clock by Samuel Jackson of London, the 'bell' top suspended above a pierced shaped and engraved pediment, the brass dial with engraved Roman numerals, a further dial to the centre with Arabic numerals, maker's name engraved

Brass lantern clock, English style with brass case and German time & strike movement, key and pendulum included, 37cm high Working order

A table clock modelled as a lantern clock, brass cased enclosing a Smith's 8-day movement. Height 18 cm

A French 18th century brass lantern clock, of traditional design, the brass dial with Roman numerals, quarter markings, single hand, cloud style decoration and inscribed with 'Caille Paris', the front fret with naive face and florals, birds and urn to each

French brass lantern clock of Persian influence, with a mechanical movement. Height 25 cm

An 18th century, style brass lantern clock with a Roman numeral dial, the clock mounted on a later hardwood stand, the clock 37 cm high, the stand 139 cm high

A German gilt metal lantern clock by Winterhalder & Hofmeier, circa 1890, with strapped bell within three pierced frets, above a silvered Roman chapter ring and putti mask spandels raised on acorn feet, the two side doors with applied sunburst decoration,

A 19th century brass lantern clock, maker Medalie De Bronze T.Marti. Enamelled dial with Roman numerals, bell strike and eight-day movement. 33 cm high

A Japanese engraved brass striking lantern clock (Kake-Dokei) and case, circa 1840, the peony-engraved dial plate with brass chapter ring engraved with Japanese characters revolving against a pierced steel hand, with a double foliot escapement, flanked by

An early 20th century brass ship’s lantern type clock with three faces, the cylindrical body with a circular silvered dial for clock, similar for barometer and other for thermometer. The top with ring handle above housing for compass, all supported by thre

A French lantern clock 36 x 17 cm verge escapement, 30-hour movement with white enamel Roman numerals, brass case

A 17th century style brass thirty hour lantern clock English mid 19th century 41 x 15.5 cm with double fusee movement, quarter striking

A 17th century style brass thirty-hour lantern clock London 18th century 40 x 21 cm inscribed, 'Geo.Clarke, Leadan hall Street, London 18th century works and later dial, No. 5255 Arabic numerals, verge escapement, count wheel strike, hook and spur mounting

A fine, early English birdcage lantern clock with time, alarm, and strike on a large bell, Jos Davis, London with normal hasp and staple wall fittings now seated on a wooden wall bracket, this fine early single handed verge lantern clock with a raised dial

A late 19th/early 20th century brass lantern timepiece with passing strike, the typical frame surmounted by a bell and pierced scroll finials, the Roman chapter ring with foliate engraved centre, the fusee movement with passing strike on a bell, now contai