Thomas Wright Mahogany Bracket Clock with Penny Moon
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Thomas Wright Mahogany Bracket Clock with Penny Moon, Dorking, England, c. 1800, brass handle atop the broken arch case with brass lined door and corner strips, fabric-backed pierced brass side sound frets, and brass bracket feet, composite brass dial with applied chapter ring marked Thos. Wright, DORKING, finely matted center and penny moon in center of the silvered subsidiary dial in arch with Arabic numerals for day of lunar cycle and Roman numerals for the high tide at Dorking, brass, eight-day, twin fusee, time and strike movement with pull repeat, engraved back plate border, brackets and pendulum, ht. with handle extended 19 in.
Note: A penny moon is usually found on thirty-hour English tall case clocks and is rare on formal bracket clocks.
Age consistent veneer cracks. Movement ticks and strikes.
Doors do not close fully and rear door glass is cracked.
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