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This fine carriage clock has a delicately written circular dial with Roman hour and small Arabic minute numerals beneath which is the alarm dial. Both are surrounded by a well executed engine turned silvered dial.
The movement is signed as above on the backplate. It strikes and repeats on a gong and has a fine quality lever escapement with split bimetallic balance, poising screws, double coquette and silvered platform.
The case is very similar to that of two carriage clocks by Dent & White seen on pages 319 – 321 and one by McCabe on page 294 of ‘Carriage & Other Travelling Clocks’ by Derek Roberts.
Height with/without handle: 7″ / 5.5″ (18 / 14 cm).