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Foster of London railway clock
Introducing an exceptional antique piece that is sure to catch the eye of clock collectors and railway enthusiasts alike – the Foster of London railway clock with fussee 8 day movement c. 1870.
Crafted during the late Victorian era, this clock showcases the exquisite craftsmanship of the period. Made by the renowned clockmaker Foster of London, this clock is a true masterpiece of horology. The clock features a beautiful mahogany case with a classic design and intricate detailing, including a beveled glass window that allows the clock’s mechanism to be seen.
The clock boasts an impressive 8-day movement, powered by a fussee mechanism, a feature commonly found in high-end antique clocks. The mechanism is housed in a brass case with a silvered dial and black Roman numerals, making it easy to read even from a distance.
This clock’s timeless design and impeccable quality make it a stunning centerpiece for any room.
The Foster of London railway clock with fussee 8 day movement c. 1870 is a rare and remarkable piece of history, a testament to the precision and artistry of Victorian clockmakers. Its timeless design and impeccable quality ensure that it will be cherished and admired for generations to come. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of history and add a touch of elegance to your home or collection.
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Diameter 37cm, Depth 14cm
19th Century (1800 – 1899)