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Lot 758

Sunday 10 Apr, 2022 - 10.00am

A Mid 18th Century Walnut Table Clock, by William Poulton of London, the 6.5ins arched brass dial with wide silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, with strike/silent dial to arch, mock aperture and date aperture, to the eight day two train movement now with anchor escapement and later pendulum, striking and repeating on seven bells, the back plate engraved with leaf scroll ornament, contained in walnut inverted bell topped case with cross-grained mouldings, plain arched panels to sides and on block feet, 17.75ins high
Note: William Poulton recorded working London before 1773
Provenance: From The Collection of the late Stuart Beazley of Broome Park, Barham, Canterbury, Kent
Provenance: The Canterbury Auction Galleries, 28th November 2018 - Lot 1012

Estimate £4,000 - 6,000 Sold for £9,000

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป