Reference numberMOB/028
TitleLongcase clock by Thomas Tompion
ArtistTompion, Thomas
DescriptionA month going walnut longcase clock, with finely matted centre, seconds dial, calendar aperture with pin hole adjustment and beareded mask. The case with a flat topped hood flaned by brass xapped pilasters, the trunk with a long veneered door, the plinth crossbanded and inlaid with a chevron band. The 12-inch dial signed 'Tho Tompion Fecit'.
Extent1 timepiece
MaterialsWood, brass, galss
Dimensionsh 2108 mm
Access statusOpen
ProvenancePresented to the Royal Society in 1960 by Lady Egerton and Mr Francis Egerton in memory of Sir Alfred Egerton FRS; recorded in The Record of the Royal Society, 1940
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