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Small inlaid English timepiece mantle clock ca.1910

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Mantel Clocks451 of 619Antique French brass "Troubadour" 1870's mantle clock.A Very Nice Waterford Lead Crystal Mantle Clock found in $1 Box Lot
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Posted 6 years ago

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This is a very nice clock in my collection. It's a lovely little timepiece, having some beautiful inlay to the case and it seems to be in rather good condition. The date of this is I believe somewhere between 1890 to 1910. The clock movement itself runs perfectly, despite it being a bit slow. I acquired it from a curiosity shop, and for a great price too, since it did not need anything! As for the maker, it is unknown to date (I have the clock about 2 years) and the only clues to identify it, are on the dial. It says 8 day below the hands and Foreign at the bottom beneath the number 6. So from that I only know that it may be English. Help and questions are welcome, thanks!

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  1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
    The Dial and 8 Day Markers look similar to a "Smiths" 8 day from the 1960's. They were marked "Foreign" below the six and "8 Day" above the center like this one. I'll search out a link and post for you to compare.
  2. ticktocktime100 ticktocktime100, 6 years ago
    Thanks, the link would be greatly appreciated!!!

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