Quarter-repeating verge bracket clock No.764 by Geo. Graham

Made:
1701-1751 in London
maker:
George Graham

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Quarter-repeating verge bracket clock No.764 by Geo. Graham, London, in ebonised case. With mock pendulum, date aperture, strike-silent and pendulum rise-and-fall indicators on dial. With wooden supporting bracket, 1 winding key and 1 door key. (Fret above dial and several small pieces of veneer missing. One side glass panel renewed)