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Item:173794483133RARE SMALL ANTIQUE FUSEE ENGLISH 8" DIAL CLOCK 8 DAY railway school WORKING Click images to enlarge Description This rare, late 19th century dial clock came to me with the original dial covered by the modern replacement pictured. Though the original dial is worn everything is correct about this clock and it is is in good working order, keeping good time and with original pendulum, a suitable winding key, key for the lock on the bottom hatch and the two dial pegs it requires. Just visible is a worn makers name to the dial. It looks to me as though a strip of wood has been lost from the back of the dial surround which guides it onto the correct location on the backbox. Also, when I acquired the clock, the 3 screws holding the dial in place within the surround had been replaced with 3 nuts & bolts which went straight through the case. I replaced these with the 3 screws seen and applied a small ammount of woodfiller to the enlarged holes. Weighs 4.37kg before wrapping. The dial is 8" with the case 10.75" in diameter and 13" long. Please have a good look at the pictures. Rare size English dial clock for slight restoration......... AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE Thank you for looking! Images sell! Get Supersized Images & Free Image HostingCreate your brand with Auctiva's Customizable Templates. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE CounterCondition:The clock is in good working order, keeping good time and with original pendulum and a suitable winding key. The original dial is worn and was covered up, when i acquired the clock, with the modern dial pictured and which will accompany the clock in case the buyer wished to re-use it. Offered for some restoration., Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Type:Wall Clock, Sub-Type:railway type, Material:Mahogany, Style/ Origin/ Theme:Victorian, Clock Type:Fusee Clock, Features:Pendulum/ Moving Parts
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RARE SMALL ANTIQUE FUSEE ENGLISH 8" DIAL CLOCK 8 DAY railway school WORKING