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PROPERTY FROM THE JOHN MURRAY COLLECTION

Charles Frodsham No.838. A rosewood domestic wall regulator, London, circa 1850
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PROPERTY FROM THE JOHN MURRAY COLLECTION

Charles Frodsham No.838. A rosewood domestic wall regulator, London, circa 1850
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Charles Frodsham No.838. A rosewood domestic wall regulator, London, circa 1850
10-inch silvered dial signed Chas Frodsham, London, 838, strike/silent lever at XII, the substantial fusee and chain movement with six turned tapered pillars, dead beat escapement with jewelled pallets, maintaining power, high count trains, rack striking on a coiled gong, the backplate signed Chas Frodsham, 84 Strand, No.358, steel flask mercury pendulum, the case with flat top moulded cornice, the glazed trunk door with fluted and scroll-carved sides, the interior with a silvered beat plaque signed Charles Frodsham, Clock Maker to the Queen, the moulded base with a scroll-carved corbel
157.5cm. 5ft. 2in. high
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Provenance

John Murray, friend and trading partner of Percy Webster and thence by descent to the current owner.

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