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Lot 1411

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

A late 18th Century mahogany bracket clock by Thomas Oliver of London, the whole of small proportions, the plain arched silvered dial with Roman numerals and strike/silent dial to arch to the eight day two train fusee movement striking and repeating on a bell with engraved back plate, contained in mahogany and gilt brass mounted case of arched form with large rectangular pad to top, brass folding handle, arched glazed side panels, on ogee bracket feet, 12.25ins high Note : Thomas Oliver recorded working in New Bond Street, London 1780-1795 and in partnership with Joseph West until 1785

Estimate £2,000 - 3,000 Sold for £2,000

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป