Clock from the Corn Exchange

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Clock from the Corn Exchange

Accession Number:

NEBYM:1979.63

A large dial clock made by Henry Rampton of Newbury for the Corn Exchange around 1910. The clock has a four-pillar fusee movement, with deadbeat escapement. The reverse of the enamel dial bears the names and dates of the people who carried out restorative work on the clock before entering the Museum collection – the final entries being Tim Boyle, July 1977 and D Pearce, 13th September 1979.

Period: 20th century

Place: Newbury

Other items in the collection

Farming Smock

A white linen smock worn by the donor’s mother’s uncle who was a farmer.

Farming Smock
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