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Payne & Co.
163 New Bond Street, London 
Lot No. 338
Lot No. 338
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An impressive, large hour repeating carriage clock with hour strike
Estimate  6,500 - 9,000 €
a lot of the last auction!
Product Details
CASE
Burnished and gold-plated "Anglaise" brass case, the angles decorated with finely cast, fluted 3/4 columns, surmounted by fluted finials, glazed dial, waved handle with fluted middle part on top, lateral button for repeating mechanism, open-worked back door with florally decorated grille and hinge.
very good.
DIAL
Brass, gilt, florally engraved, radial Roman numerals, blued Breguet hands.
very good, slightly oxydized.
MOVEMENT
Rectangular brass full plate movement, keywind, 1 hammer / 1 gong, 2 barrels, three-arm brass balance.
very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended.
MOVM. NO.
5868
DIMENSIONS
230 mm
CIRCA
1830
ORIGIN
English
Product Description

William Payne & Co. is first recorded in 1816 and is known to have made musical as well as ordinary watches. In 1831 he was awarded British Patent No 6078 for a new form of pedometer with which he had considerable success. Established at 163 New Bond Street for most of the 19th century, their business was entirely horological until 1906 when they diversified into diamond dealing and retail jewelry. The expensive products of Thomas Cole were retailed by them, but the company disappears from trade directories in 1915 by which time their address was already the same as that of Asprey's.

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