Layne Bath, circa 1820, Regency bracket clock, triple fusee, 8-day movement incorporating hour strike and thirteen bell orion with four-inch cylinder playing seven ayres, 'God Save The King', 'Roast Beef', 'O Dolce Concderto', 'Duke of Yorks March', 'Copenhagen Waltz', 'Sicilian Mariner's Hymn', 'The Glad Trumpet', back plate engraved Layne, Bath, pendulum with matching engraving, white painted dial with Roman numerals, secondary chime/not chime dial and musical selector dial, two repeater strings for clock and musical chime, mahogany case with a steep chamfered pediment decorated with fish scale grills, folding lifting handles all standing on four sphere feet together with mahogany and brass inlaid wall bracket, clock size.
Dimensions: width 35cm (14"), depth 26cm (10"), height 64cm (25"), wall bracket width 38cm (15"), depth 38cm (15"), height 30cm (12")
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Sold for £4,500