- Museum number
Lantern clock with passing strike
Going barrel 8 day movement with platform escapement.
- Production date
Height: 266 millimetres (?)
Width: 106 millimetres
Depth: 115 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Some of astral and empire clocks have an letter before their number - A stands for Astral, E for Empire. The Empire clocks often had better quality dials than the Astrals, but the movements were machine made without the handfinishing seen on Astral movements.
For further details see 'Clockmaking in England and Wales in the Twentieth Century: The Industrialized Manufacture of Domestic Mechanical Clocks' by John Glanville & William M Wolmuth. Pub. The Crowood Press Ltd. 2015, p82-84
- Not on display
- Latest: 5 (Sep 2016) corrosion on case
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- This clock is part of the Glanville and Wolmuth Collection, a comprehensive collection of twentieth century domestic mechanical factory-made clocks made in England and Wales.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Previous owner/ex-collection number: 50 (Glanville & Wolmuth Collection)