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s01 skeleton191
 

A skeleton clock, by M. Boty Lefebvre à Liège, ca. 1800.


s06 skeleton191
 

A glass plated skeleton clock with 5 Y shaped crossings, hourhand only, pinwheel escapement and knife edge suspention, France ca 1820.


s08 skeleton191
 

A striking keyhole framed skeleton clock with knife edge suspention, France ca 1820.


s09 skeleton191
 

Skeletklok ca. 1800, gesigneerd Verneuil a Paris.


s10 skeleton191
 

Een skelet klok van Hubert Sarton à Liège, ca. 1800. Zeer bijzonder is de aandrijving van het uurwerk door middel van 2 gewichten.


s15 skeleton191
 

An ormolu and black marble striking, astronomical and world time skeleton clock. Attributed to Hubert Sarton, Belgium, Liège 1805.


s16 skeleton191
 

An important skeletonised regulator, Lepine, France, ca. 1800.


S19 skeleton191
 

Een Franse skeletklok met een zeer bijzonder gangsysteem, gesigneerd en gedateerd Jules Farret 1849.


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  Van Brug Collection

Fine Antique Clocks and fine Art
  

h7823 skeleton191
 
FRENCH LYRE CLOCK

h7827 skeleton191
 
A MOST UNUSUAL FRENCH EIGHT DAY WEIGHT DRIVEN SKELETONISED CLOCK WITH FULL CALENDAR WORK.
  Derek Roberts

Fine antique Clocks
Barometers & Music boxes
   

skeleton191
 

Miniature brass skeleton clock with glass dome, in the James Condliff style with a special escapement. Circa 1830-40.

  Van Dreven Antiquair

Fine antique Clocks,
Barometers and Music boxes
   

7163 skeleton191
 
VIENNESE MANTEL CLOCK, circa 1820
  Stephan Andreewitch

Empire and Biedermeier
Viennese Regulators, travel Clocks, mantel clocks.

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