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Lot 12: A FRENCH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION CLOCK, CIRCA 1890

Four Single Owner Collections (and other vendors)

by Leonard Joel

December 4, 2016

Woollahra, Australia

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Description: A FRENCH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION CLOCK, CIRCA 1890
An industrial revolution ''steam engine'' clock, French, 8-day, time only movement with barometer and thermometer dials, raised from bronze plinth, 26cm width



PROVENANCE:
The Collection of Richard ''Dick'' (1913-1989) and Joan Crebbin

Condition Report: This clock has not been recently serviced or timed. There is oxidisation to the clock face and the workings would be if it from a clean. We are unable to dismantle to review the interior workings. The clock has been in the Crebbin family for two generations but the family do not remember it going in recent times, however they do remember it running in the past.


The opinions expressed in the condition reports are a guide only and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect articles for sale at our pre-sale viewing where Leonard Joel staff are available for advice.
Leonard Joel makes no guarantee of the originality of mechanical or applied components. Absence of reference to such modifications does not imply that a lot is free from modifications.

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