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Lot 1409

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

A mid 19th Century stained fruitwood cased "Four Glass" mantel timepiece by Phillips Brothers, 31 Cockspur Street, Haymarket, London, the arched silvered dial with Roman numerals to the associated eight day single train fusee movement, contained in stained fruitwood (formerly ebonised) rectangular case with stepped top, moulded front cant corners and on bun feet (with later plain wooden door to back - interior of case adjusted and with cut-out to take larger pendulum) Note : Phillips Brothers recorded working London 1839-1869

Estimate £500 - 700

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป