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A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths
A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths

A Late 19th Century French Four-Glass Mantel Clock Retailed By Goldsmiths

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A gilt bronze Late 19th Century French Medium Size Gilt Bronze Cased Four-Glass Mantel Clock retailed by Goldsmiths and Co,London, the twin jam-jar mercury compensating pendulum, the four-glass corniche case with four original thickly cut bevelled glasses, the late 19th century French signed and numbered two train movement striking the hours and half hours on a gong, the signed perfect one-piece white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and blued steel Breguet hands, circa 1870, Size: 11" x 8" x 4"

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Special Price £1,800.00

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Product Code: MC2658

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A gilt bronze Late 19th Century French Medium Size Gilt Bronze Cased Four-Glass Mantel Clock retailed by Goldsmiths and Co,London, the twin jam-jar mercury compensating pendulum, the four-glass corniche case with four original thickly cut bevelled glasses, the late 19th century French signed and numbered two train movement striking the hours and half hours on a gong, the signed perfect one-piece white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and blued steel Breguet hands, circa 1870, Size: 11" x 8" x 4"

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