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An early 20th century French gilt brass hour
© GORRINGES AUCTIONS, Lewes, East Sussex, UK

An early 20th century French gilt brass hour repeating carriage clock with enamelled arabic dial and movement striking on gong 6.5ins; with travelling...

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