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H4312 Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697. Click to enlarge.

Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697

Made in London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom, Europe, 1697.

Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697

Summary

Object No.

H4312

Object Statement

Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697

Physical Description

Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs Child, 1939

Acquisition Date

17 September 1939

Cite this Object

Harvard

Night clock, revolving hour, in bell-top bracket case, by William Bayer, London, England, 1697 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 February 2020, <https://ma.as/238897>

Wikipedia

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