|Height||Diameter: 47 mm.|
A Most Interesting Cylinder Watch Movement by John Roger Arnold, London.
The gilt fusee movement signed, Jno. R. Arnold, London to the backplate, having jewelled cylinder with brass escape wheel, contained within a brass drum, probably formerly in a gimballed keep box, with white enamel dial signed, Arnold.
John Roger Arnold was apprenticed to two of the greatest horologists of the day, namely his own father, John Arnold in London and Abraham Louis Breguet in Paris. He was Master of the Clockmakers Company in 1817 and patented a compensation balance in 1871.
N.B. This movement is not in working order.
|Clock maker:||John Roger Arnold|
|Height:||Diameter: 47 mm.|