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London & South Western Railway 12 inch dial mahogany cased fusee railway clock ex ex Deepdene Hotel and Nine Elms
London & South Western Railway 12 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex ex Deepdene Hotel and Nine Elms.

12 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LSWR circa 1870 by John Walker of London. The quality English chain driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has large rectangular plates, which are held together by cylindrical pillars. A mahogany case with a four piece turned surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical late 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door, teh back of the case is also stamped 4268 SW. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, S.R.John Walker 1 South Molton ST London 4268 SW. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Depdeene Hotels and Previously at Nine Elms Taurpaulin shop. Rare to have survived with its Southern Railway dial writing.


 £2250



Southern Railway 8 inch dial oak cased fusee railway clock ex Southampton Central
Southern Railway 8 inch dial oak cased fusee clock ex Southampton Central.

8 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the Southern Railway in 1945 by Stockall Marple & Co Ltd at a cost of £6-15-0d. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by cylindrical pillars. A totally original Oak case with a four piece turned surround screwed onto the back box in typical wartime practice. The back box is of typical 20th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn, the back of the box is stamped 10718. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, S.R. 10718. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Southampton Central Up Booking Office.


 £1650



London & South Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee railway clock Ex 
Wimbledon Park
London & South Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Wimbledon Park.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LSWR circa 1889 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door the back of the case is also stamped 6375 SW. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, B.R.(S) John Walker 1 South Molton ST London 6375 SW. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was last in use at, Wimbledon Park   Signal box.


 £1850



South Eastern Railway 12 inch dail clock ex Kidbrooke.
South Eastern Railway 12 inch dial oak cased fusee drop dial clock Ex Kidbrooke.
12-inch oak cased iron dial clock with drop to the case and a cast brass bezel manufactured for the South Eastern Railway circa 1895 by Grimshaw & Baxter of Clerkenwell. The quality chain driven English fusee movement of typical London style has rectangular plates which are held together by turned tapered shouldered pillars, the back plate is stamped with the SER cartouche and G&B and the front plate has 830 scratched in it. A white enamel screen printed and hand painted dial displaying bold Roman numerals and the legend, B.R.(S). John Walker 1, South Molton St London 830.S.E. the rear of the dial is also stamped 830 in the top. A traditional English drop dial clock case manufactured from oak with a one piece turned convex surround affixed to the back box by two battens with four tapered pegs, the back box is of traditional late 19th century design with one side access door and a bottom door secured with a lock, the rear of the case has been stamped 830 SE and branded SER, the side door retains its original SER brass numberplate 830.  The Southern clock records show that this clock was last in use at Kidbrooke signal cabin.   

 £2150