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Henry Stevenson, Islington - A Mahogany Drop Dial Wall Clock

A   interestingly   shaped   mahogany   drop   dial   wall   clock,   the   eight   day   fusee   movement   has   an   11   inch   round   dial   painted   with black   Roman   numerals   and   the   maker's   name   'H.   R.   Stevenson,   Theberton   St.,   Upper   St.,   Islington'   (London),   with   blued steel   spade   hands,   a   cast   brass   bezel,   inner   sight   ring   and   contained   in   a   mahogany   case   with   an   unusual   'tear-drop' shaped   drop   which   has   a   shaped   glazed   aperture   to   the   front   with   ebonised   edgelining,   making   the   brass   pendulum   bob visible. For many years this clock was situated in the Red Lion pub in Gillingham, Dorset. Height: 20½ inches (52 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Henry Stevenson

Henry   R.   Stevenson   is   recorded   as   working   from   before   1864   until   1867   having   moved   to   Lower   Charles   Street   in   1864   and being   at   2a   Northampton   Square   by   1867   both   addresses   being   in   the   lower   part   of   Islington.   He   would've   been   at Theberton Street before 1864. Theberton Street runs off Upper  Street in Islington, North London, half way up on the left.

Price: £2,500.00

Ref: 1080

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Henry Stevenson, Islington - A Mahogany Drop Dial Wall Clock

A   interestingly   shaped   mahogany   drop   dial   wall   clock,   the   eight   day   fusee   movement   has   an eleven-inch   round   dial   painted   with   black   Roman   numerals   and   the   maker's   name   'H.   R. Stevenson,   Theberton   St.,   Upper   St.,   Islington'   (London),   with   blued   steel   spade   hands,   a cast   brass   bezel,   inner   sight   ring   and   contained   in   a   mahogany   case   with   an   unusual   'tear- drop'    shaped    drop    which    has    a    shaped    glazed    aperture    to    the    front    with    ebonised edgelining, making the brass pendulum bob visible. For many years this clock was situated in the Red Lion pub in Gillingham, Dorset. Height: 20½ inches (52 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Henry Stevenson

Henry   R.   Stevenson   is   recorded   as   working   from   before   1864   until   1867   having   moved   to Lower      Charles   Street   in   1864   and   being   at   2a   Northampton   Square   by   1867   both   addresses being   in   the   lower   part   of   Islington.   He   would've   been   at   Theberton   Street   before   1864. Theberton Street runs off Upper Street in Islington, North London, half way up on the left.

Price: £2,500.00

Ref: 1080

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