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Lum : Chelmsford The square 12 inch brass dial with brass silvered chapter ring, engraved roman and arabic numerals, signed Step.Lum : Chelmsford, date aperture, See the full description Eardley Norton No, 1267 An 8 day, 18th century, flame mahogany longcase clock by Eardley Norton, London.The front and the side panels are done in metal repoussé work with floral meanders.

In the book (below the pictures of the clock hands) it is stated that the hands match longcase clocks.

Today there are many amateurs who make different types of clocks, but this collection is not meant for them only because of the very fact that the clock-hand designs can be used for various projects (3D, raster, vector) whose subject matter deals with old clocks.

The first fully-enclosed clock known dates to 1665, the one pictured here was made by Edward East in London, dated 1685.

Now instantly recognisable as a longcase, or "grandfather" clock.

The movement with rack striking, sounding the hours on a single bell, with brass cased weights and a massive brass pendulum bob. Lum : Chelmsford The square 12 inch brass dial with brass silvered chapter ring, engraved roman and arabic numerals, signed Step.

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