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A George IV silver grande sonnerie and astronomical perpetual calendar carriage clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1823)

Description: 

A George IV silver grande sonnerie and astronomical perpetual calendar carriage clock, circa 1823, the engine turned silver dial signed J.F. Cole, London, Roman outer chapter ring with blued steel Breguet-type hands, the engine turned centre with seconds dial enclosing a length of day dial with revolving sun and rising/falling shutters for varying the daylight hours, flanked by sectors for sunrise and sunset above further dials for days of the week and month, the lower centre with moonphase above retrograde day of month sector, with engine turned gilt dial mask applied with gold plaques engraved 'No. D, hands and Wind' the movement signed, strike and gong train with tandem drive from single barrel, underslug lever escarpment, strike on two gongs, case with chain handle and hallmarks, J.A. for Joseph Angell, London, 1823, 6ins high, 3 1/2ins dial.

ID:  121244

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

London

The clock will be on loan for disply at the Clockmaker's Museum Guildhall Library, Aldermanbury, London, EC2V 7HH.