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Joseph Clark (1831)

Biography of clockmaker Joseph Clark (d 1831)

Joseph Clark was born 1831 and is recorded as working in Newcastle under Lyme in Staffordshire from 1853 until 1894.

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Lot FS18/766

Lot FS18/766: A 19th Century Brass Skeleton Clock

A 19th Century brass skeleton clock the eight-day duration, single fusee movement with single passing strike on a bell, with c-scroll frames and turned movement pillars, the shaped silvered dial engraved with black Roman numerals and the maker's name 'Clark, Newcastle' at VI o'clock, with brass 'arrow-head' hands, standing on tapered giltwood feet and on an oval wooden base with lion's paw feet, under a glass dome (cracked), height: 34cm (not including dome).

Estimate: £500 - £700
Realised: £520