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The five-pillar movement of 8-day duration is weight-driven, with anchor escapement and a seconds brass pendulum. The clock strikes the hours to a bell via a rack and snail striking system, with the option of being silenced via the dial.

A fine-looking typical London mahogany pagoda top longcase with applied panel to the base and a long slim trunk and door.

The 12″ brass break arch dial features Roman and Arabic numerals with a seconds subsidiary dial, calendar aperture, cartouche engraved ‘Anthony Marsh opposite The Bank Of England’, with strike/silent option in the break arch and finished with the original finely cut blued steel hands.

Anthony Marsh; was a clockmaker of great repute, having served his apprenticeship through the Worshipful company of clockmakers between 07.06.1714 to 05.10.1724. He then went on to master eight apprentices between 1732 and 1771.

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 95″ or 242 cm
Width: 21″ or 53.5 cm
Depth: 10 ½” or 27 cm
CIRCA. 1760
Provenance: Private collection – U.K.


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