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Explore some of the many objects in the Clockmakers' Museum, which tells the story of clock and watchmaking in London and the British Isles from c.1600 to the present day.
'Memento mori' watch in the form of a skull, known as the 'Mary Queen of Scots' watch.
Oval crystal-cased verge watch with outer case and ribbon with miniature and locket by A Senebier
Deck-watch used by Capt. William Parry during his attempt to reach the North Pole, 1827
Smiths De Luxe wristwatch worn by Sir Edmund Hillary on his ascent of Mount Everest 1953
Spring detent watch by John Arnold, used by Ruth Bellville and family to distribute GMT c.1834-1940
Astronomical spring clock by Samuel Watson, believed to have belonged to Sir Isaac Newton