153 Public wall clock
- Stout of Wembley During
restoration of the dial, it was discovered that the dial was in
fact an engraved dial by Gaze of London
This would explain the high quality movement and quality case work.
A 22" dial public clock. Now used as a domestic timepiece.
Superb quality, eight day single fusee timepiece. The movement is
nearly 12" tall.
It is believed
to have been owned by Bisley gun club during the early 20th c.
brass bezel in a mahogany surround. The back box is made of oak.
Image left shown before dial was discovered.
Image below showing the correct old engraved dial
The image of the movement shows the high quality six pillar Fusee
which is on a chain