carriage clock


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carriage clock

n
(Horology) a portable clock, usually in a rectangular case with a handle on the top, of a type originally used by travellers
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Time-pieces or clocks come in many shapes and sizes, and of them all the brass and glass carriage clock is still a favourite clock.
Not only can you nab items like the carriage clock in our picture - a bargain at PS3 - but you will also be able to stock up on Christmas cards and decorations, as well as wide range of second-hand clothes and other items.
10 THE prizes on ITV cult darts quiz Bullseye were also a strange mix ranging from a carriage clock to a knitting machine to the top prizes of a small car or speedboat.
But if October's is to stand alongside the gong and Mrs Nolan's carriage clock then things will have to get better than this.
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If clocks make you tick, then the porcelain painted carriage clock at PS800-PS1,000 is a must, the detailing on this little clock is exquisite.
A bejeweled and agate-mounted French carriage clock generated strong competition and finally brought $3,500 (est.
The losers receive PS5,000 for a good cause - not to mention the Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
I have been informed there will be some silverware to pick up, rather than a Bullseye type carriage clock, dinner service or some matching luggage."
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