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Clock, longcase, musical Clock, longcase, musical

Longcase musical clock in a fine chinoiserie Chippendale case, chiming one of four tunes on the hour, the dial signed John Hamilton, Glasgow, c. 1775

Clock, longcase, musical Clock, longcase, musical

Longcase musical clock with a light mahogany case and a chime of 24 bells playing 8 tunes, made by John Smith, Pittenweem, Fife, who exhibited it in London before the Royal Family in 1808

Clock, night Clock, night

Night clock owned by James Sharp, Episcopalian Archbishop of St Andrews, made by Joseph Knibb, London, c. 1670

Clock dial Clock dial

Japanned iron dial of a longcase clock, square with a semi-circular projection decorated with a perching bird, signed Walter Scott, Lauder, with a falseplate stamped "R DALLAWAY & SON EDIN"

Clock, electric / wall case Clock, electric / wall case

Bain electric clock number 102 made by Alexander Bain for the Electric Telegraph Co., in a mahogany wall case

Clock pendulum, free Clock pendulum, free

Free pendulum from the Shortt No. 0 prototype free pendulum regulator clock, hung in copper cylinder with glass bell covers top and bottom, and battery box, operated at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh from 1922, designed by William Hamilton Shortt in 1921, made by the Synchronome Company of London, 1922

Clock, weight-driven Clock, weight-driven

Weight-driven clock with verge escapement, balance wheel and hairspring, hour signs engraved on moveable metal slides, in wooden case enclosed within four open columns of dark wood: Japan, 19th century

Clock Clock

Brass clock of rolling ball type with Congreve escapement, patented 1808, but signed Robert Bryson, Edinburgh, 1804

Clockmaker's lathe Clockmaker's lathe

Clockmaker's lathe of brass, three-jaw self-centring chuck with reversible jaws

Clock Clock

Longcase astronomical regulator clock by John Shelton of London, dated 1756

Clock Clock

Table clock of gilt brass engraved with coats-of-arms and arabesques on sides, under part of case perforated and supported on four satyrs and central stem, with base resting on four later sea-horses, by Bartholomew Newsum, London, late 16th century

Clock Clock

Observatory regulator clock with 12 inch silvered brass dial and case in rosewood veneer, made for the Garnett Hill Observatory, Glasgow, by William Hardy, London, c. 1810

Clock Clock

Three-face skeleton clock in a glazed case, by James Clark, Edinburgh, 1828, made for Cape Wrath Lighthouse

Clock, control, gas beacon, lighthouse Clock, control, gas beacon, lighthouse

Control clock for lighting and extinguishing an unattended gas beacon by clockwork, by James Ritchie and Son, Edinburgh

Clock Clock

Commemorative clock set in a propeller hub presented to Sergeant Major A. Hinton, made by J. Ritchie and Son, Edinburgh, 1918 - 1919

Clock Clock

The Millennium Clock Tower, echoing the form of a medieval cathedral, constructed in four sections, the Crypt, the Nave, the Belfry and the Spire, and within, containing fragments of the past millennium - its tragedies and hopes, by the Millennium Clockmakers' Trust under Eduard Bersudsky, Tim Stead, Annica Sandström and Jürgen Tübbecke, Scotland, 1999

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