Georgian Lacquered English Longcase Clock. Brass arched dial. Circa 1770. 8 day movement with chime/silent leaver in the arch.The case japanned with faux-tortoiseshell ground. Engraved on dial, “Budgen, Croydon”. William Budgen is listed in Baillie’s Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World, as being a member of the prestigious Clockmakers Company between 1750-1824. Dimensions: 226cm high (without finial 13cm); 51cm max wide x 25cms. max deep.
SA Ref: 9LC01
18th century Country English Longcase Clock. Brass square dial. Dental molding to top of hood. Engraved on dial“W. Yeadon, Stourbridge”. Circa 1760. William Yeadon listed in “Baillie” 1755-67. Dimensions: 210cm high x 48cm max wide x 25cms. max deep.
SA Ref: 9LC02
19th century English Longcase Clock. Oak Crossbanded with Mahogany. The case with arched Enamel painted dial with working Moon Phase in arch. Signed on dial “Wm. Good Chester”. Circa 1820. Measurements: 224 high (without finial, 231 inc finial) 60 wide max; 24.5 deep max.
SA Ref: 9LC03
Georgian English Figured Mahogany Longcase Clock, with arched brass dial. Signed on dial “Daniel Catlin, Kings Lynn”. Listed in Baillie’s Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World as early 18th century. Circa 1750. Measurements: 224cm high x 52cm max wide x 26cms. max deep.
SA Ref: 9LC04
A RARE Georgian Lancet topped Longcase Clock. Circa 1810. 8 day movement with chime/silent leaver in the arch. The highest quality regulator style movement (see pictures). The case of the finest quality figured Mahogany with gothic trunk door and brass inlay throughout. The white enamel dial Signed, “Copeland , London”. Alexander Copeland is listed in Baillie’s Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World, as being a member of the prestigious Clockmakers Company between 1804-1824. Dimensions: 202 cm high; 47cm max wide x 22cms. max deep.
SA Ref: 9LC05