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Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son
Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son - Clocks Style Napoléon III Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son - Napoléon III Antiquités - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son
Ref : 69577
11 000 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Aldred & Son, Great Yarmouth
Provenance :
Private collection, Belgium
Medium :
Mahogany, brass, steel, gold, silvered brass, glass
Dimensions :
l. 8.66 inch X H. 9.06 inch X P. 8.66 inch
Clocks  - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son 19th century - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son Napoléon III - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son Antiquités - Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son
Jacques Nève

Antique Clocks


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Eight-Day Duration Marine Chronometer, Aldred & Son

Circa 1880, brass movement, polished, decorated, molded pillars, chain/fusee, Earnshaw-type spring detent escapement on a platform, Poole's auxiliary compensation bimetallic chronometer balance with 4 screws and 2 weights, freesprung blued helical balance spring.
Silvered dial, signed Aldred & Son, Gt Yarmouth, numbered 2775; inlaid radial Roman hours, large auxiliary seconds, auxiliary 8-days power reserve indicator, spade gold hands.
Mahogany case, brass inlays, applied bone shield indicating Aldred & Son, Gt Yarmouth, 2775, outer handles, three body with lid and glass, brass gimbals and bowl.
Original ratchet-winding key.
Together with its repair rate certificate by the Thomas Mercer workshop, dated July, 6, 1982.

Delevery information :

All clocks are carefully selected and restored to the highest standards, and are supplied with a full guarantee of authenticity and working order, delivered and installed personally wherever possible.
Shipping and dellivery conditions on request.

Jacques Nève

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