"Masonic" Fusee Skeleton Clock, England, last quarter of the 19th century, the brass skeletonized plates of a set of compasses, square and "G" contain the eight-day, time and "passing" strike, fusee movement, with a brass pendulum and a key in the shape of a trowel, oval mahogany base and glass dome, ht. 16 in.
imperfections in lacquered surface on pendulum bob, lacking suspension spring, mechanism complete, ticks, drop-off strike works.
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