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A brass, red perspex and leather-lined inclined plane timepiece Dent, London, by Andrew Fell,

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Billingshurst , Sussex
A brass, red perspex and leather-lined inclined plane timepieceDent, London, by Andrew Fell, dated 1973 The drum-shaped case with silvered chapter ring, engraved to the centre with a sunburst and inscribed 'DENT, London', pierced steel hands, with two milled ridges to the edge, the movement signed 'Andrew Fell del. 1973', with platform lever escapement and pivoted internal weight, the back cover inscribed 'DENT' in a triangle and 'for CECIL ERNEST PETCH 1973'; the inclined plane with days of the week to the edge, the left side with a pair of turned uprights and triangular pyramid inscribed 'DENT'72cm long. IllustratedAndrew Fell (d. 1988) established and was the first Principal of the National College of Horology in Clerkenwell, founded in 1947.

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A brass, red perspex and leather-lined inclined plane timepieceDent, London, by Andrew Fell, dated 1973 The drum-shaped case with silvered chapter ring, engraved to the centre with a sunburst and inscribed 'DENT, London', pierced steel hands, with two milled ridges to the edge, the movement signed 'Andrew Fell del. 1973', with platform lever escapement and pivoted internal weight, the back cover inscribed 'DENT' in a triangle and 'for CECIL ERNEST PETCH 1973'; the inclined plane with days of the week to the edge, the left side with a pair of turned uprights and triangular pyramid inscribed 'DENT'72cm long. IllustratedAndrew Fell (d. 1988) established and was the first Principal of the National College of Horology in Clerkenwell, founded in 1947.

7th, 8th & 9th November 2017 AUTUMN FINE ANTIQUES & INTERIORS SALE

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Sussex
RH14 0AZ
United Kingdom

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