A Clock by Thomas Tompion at 30, Cornhill
|Catalogue no: 1242
||Subject(s): Courtenay Ilbert Archive
|Author(s): Herbert Cesinski
|Total pages: 4
||Publication date: April, 1922
|Editor: C. Reginald Grundy
||Publisher: The Connoisseur
|Dimensions: 280mm x 220mm
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From the "Clocks and Watches" section of the magazine.
A description with photographs of a month duration longcase clock by Tompion with one and a quarter seconds pendulum and striking the hour and half hour on two bells, walnut veneered case. At the time of publication, in the possession of Mr F.H.Green, tobacconist, at 30, Cornhill, London.
Photographs as follows:
1. The Dial
2. Subsidiary Dial (side of movement)
3. Full length view
4. Full length view with raised hood and trunk door open
Various annotations in pencil by Ilbert.
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