Lot 370

A 19th century Vienna mantel clock, in ebonised and gilt case, the foliate engraved 5" brass dial with applied circular enamel plaque to the arch depicting a lady feeding chickens, bob aperture below, applied spandrels to the corners, and star to the centre, black Roman numerals to the brass chapter ring, pierced brass hands, four pillar twin train movement chiming the hours and half hour on a bell, with pull cord repeat, crown wheel escapement, traces of paper labels to back panel, 25.5 by 12 by 30.5cm high, with key.
Notes: in partially working condition requiring attention, ticks and beats time but does not chime or repeat.
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