Drop-dial wall clock signed Eustance Durran Banbury and Brackley c1870
Clean & tidy, running well
Buy 'as-is' or restored to order
Original dial paint
From £850 (see text)
Reserved Until Mid Jan
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Description of the item
This is a good quality clock in excellent original order. Good mahogany case with original and undamaged 'ears'. Ebony strung viewing window. Cast brass bezel with plastered-in silvered sight ring. Good quality chain-driven 8-day fusee movement. In good running order and case in very good and clean condition. Original dial paint showing a little wear. Can be sold in the current condition, but can also restored to order following payment of a deposit.
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Information about the maker & dating
Eustace DURRAN is listed as a clock and watch maker, silversmith, jeweller, at 90
High Street, Banbury, mid 19th century. Also at Brackley. We'd estimate the clock dates to 1860/1870.
Dimensions & Specification
8-day (weekly wind) fusee movement with chain drive. Steel dial 12" diameter. Cast bezel. Mahogany case with veneered front and bottom. Lock to bottom door.
Dimensions: Overall diameter of the case is xx". Depth xx". Length xx"
In excellent original order. Can be purchased and put to use straight away. Possible additional works are listed below according to taste.
Cost of Restoration
Following discussion. It can be bought and used in current condition or totally 'minted' (or anywhere inbetween). Happy to discuss and advise the best route.
Movement can be serviced and given a warranty for £185
Dial can be restored from £100+ (discuss options & timescale)
A couple of very minor nibbles in the casework can be corrected (discuss)
What to do next
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If you live near to us, we may be able to arrange viewing at your home.