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London and South Western Railway 8 inch Mahogany cased iron dial fusee clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LSWR circa 1893 by John Gaydon of Barnstaple. The quality English fusee movement with rectangular plates held together by turned tapered pillars, is in fully restored condition. The white enamel painted dial has been restored to its pre grouping dial writing L&SWR Jno GAYDON BARNSTAPLE 128 the case is stamped 128 in the back and also the bezel hinge has 128 stamped in it, these were applied by John Walker. The Southern Railway clock records show that this was supplied in 1893 by John Gaydon at a cost of ?2-17-6d and was last recorded in use at Rye Platform and previously Winchelsea Snailham Crossing, the clock must have moved from the West Country very soon after the 1923 grouping. Complete and in working condition with pendulum and key and DR D.R. Parr sheet detailing the clocks provenance and restoration and a copy of the SR clock record.

Category:  Clocks
Auction: July 2018 , Lot: 261
Sold for: £1,000
London And South Western Railway 8 Inch Mahogany

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