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A George II Burr walnut month duration longcase regulator showing mean and solar time by

Maker:  George Graham

Date: 

(1725)

Description: 

A George II Burr walnut month duration longcase regulator showing mean and solar time by George Graham, the arched dial with plumed mask spandrels to a silvered champter ring, matted centre with subsidiary seconds ring centred by a date aperture, shuttered winding holes, the blue steel hand indicating mean (solar) time and the gilt hand apparent (solar) time, signed 'Geo. Graham/London' with an engraved and silvered dial in the arch rotating annually and showing (reading upwards); the time of sunrise, the sun's position in the zodiac with each sign subdivided into degrees, the equation of time and date; the timepiece movement protected by a dust cover, with inverted dead beat escapment, Graham's mercurial pendulum and bolt-and-shutter maintaining power; housed within a walnut caddy-topped case with inset hood columns and rectangular trunk door, on double footed plinths, circa 1725, 90in high, 17 3/4in wide, 9 3/4in deep.

ID:  124106

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Hampshire

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