PENDULE A CAGE Ca. 1815

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PENDULE A CAGE
Signed: Bourdier H.r
Signed: Galle, Rue Vivienne à Paris
Signed on enamel: Dubuisson
Circa 1815
France

Movement
Brass-plated movement with anchor escapement and pendulum. The striking train strikes every hour and half hour on a bell with a count-wheel on the back plate. The going and striking trains are driven by a barrel.

Dialplate
The round white enamel dial has black enamelled Roman numerals for the hour-indication, stripes for the minutes and Arabic numerals for the quarters. It also has Arabic numerals for the date-indication. The dial is signed Bourdier H.r and Galle, Rue Vivienne à Paris, the caster. The enamel has the signature of the enameller Dubuisson. The two ‘Breguet’ hands are made of blued steel.

Case
The case is veneered with mahogany and has glass on four sides.
Duration 8 days
Height    49 cm
Breadth  28 cm
Depth      18 cm

Literature                                                                                                                                                                        Tardy, Dictionnaire des Horlogers Français, page 74, 193 and 141.

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