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19th Century industrial brass skeleton clock,
© EASTBOURNE AUCTIONS, Eastbourne, E. Sussex, UK

19th Century industrial brass skeleton clock, the enamel dial painted with Roman numerals and fitted with a single train fusee movement, mounted onto an...


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