A 19th century French gilded brass carriage clock.
The clock has an eight day striking movement, a gilded case that has five bevelled glass panel sides and the dial is signed ‘Henry Marc Paris’.
The rear door opens to adjust and wind the clock, the clock having a twin barrel works and striking the hour and half hour on a coiled gong.
The clock has a repeat button on the top which, when pressed, repeats the hour passed.
The clock comes in it’s original leather covered carrying case which is blue velvet lined and in a worn condition.
The clock is in full working order and the works come with a twelve month guarantee.
The glass panel in the rear door has a small chip in the top left hand corner. (Circa 1870)
Height 17.5cm (6.9 inches)
Width 11.2cm (4.4 inches)
Depth 10.4cm (4.1 inches)
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