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A spring-driven bracket clock, striking on a gong, and made about 1830 by Crick of London. It has a mahogany case in the 'Egyptian revival' style, with a round white-painted dial, convex glass, fretted side panels and a glazed rear door. The pendulum movement with anchor escapement contains double fusees and the striking employs a rack. The back plate is marked 'Crick London'.
- Image reference: F3796-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection