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Lot: A French gilt brass mounted oak mantel clock retailed, Lot Number: 0106, Starting Bid: £100, Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Interiors, Date: August 30th, 2013 GMT

Lot: A French gilt brass mounted oak mantel clock retailed, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Interiors, Date: August 2013 GMT

An extremely rare Louis XVI platinum, silver and gilt brass and gilt bronze great wheel multi-dial skeleton clock of one month duration, with day, date and lunar calendar has been attributed to esteemed French clockmaker Antide Janvier (1751-1835) by Swiss antiques dealer Robert Redding

Louis XVI platinum, silver and gilt brass and gilt bronze great wheel multi-dial skeleton clock of one month duration, with day, date and lunar calendar has been attributed to esteemed French clockmaker Antide Janvier

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19th Century French Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock : Lot 133-2023

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An Ansonia "Munich" mantle clock with a porcelain dial and visible escapement. A black clock with metal elements that have a nice patina. This should look good just about anywhere.

An Ansonia "Munich" mantle clock with a porcelain dial and visible escapement. A black clock with metal elements that have a nice patina.

A fine George III paste-mounted ormolu and parcel-gilt blue enamel musical table clock, Francis and Paul John Barraud, London circa 1770 for the Chinese market the 3-inch enamel dial with paste-set bezel, three train fuse Thwaites movement numbered 336, with verge and balance wheel escapement mounted on the backplate, playing one of four tunes on nine bells with nine hammers at the hour

A fine George III paste-mounted ormolu and parcel-gilt blue enamel musical table clock, Francis and Paul John Barraud, London circa 1770 for the Chinese market

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