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English Perpetual Calendar of Brass by William Tonks & Sons

$1,495
8.5 in. H x 5.5 in. W x 3.75 in. D
Inventory Number: CC566

A handsome English perpetual desk calendar of cast brass by the celebrated brass foundry maker William Tonks and Sons. Featuring a stepped top with a decorative beaded edge, flared sides and front with matching design, three view windows to the front display the day, date and month, with the original linen printed spools. Turned cast brass adjusters to the sides. With eight-pointed sun makers mark for Tonks to the base, along with a registered number - Rd. 400809

William Tonks and Sons were a Birmingham company founded in 1789. They started as woodscrew makers, moving onto steel toys and finally making cast and wrought brass pieces. Their sun trademark was developed by 1869 and featured in some way on their brass pieces from the 1870s. They won awards at exhibitions in London and Paris in the mid 1800s.

English Perpetual Calendar of Brass by William Tonks & Sons

$1,495
H 8.5 in. x W 5.5 in. x D 3.75 in.
Inventory Number: CC566


A handsome English perpetual desk calendar of cast brass by the celebrated brass foundry maker William Tonks and Sons. Featuring a stepped top with a decorative beaded edge, flared sides and front with matching design, three view windows to the front display the day, date and month, with the original linen printed spools. Turned cast brass adjusters to the sides. With eight-pointed sun makers mark for Tonks to the base, along with a registered number - Rd. 400809

William Tonks and Sons were a Birmingham company founded in 1789. They started as woodscrew makers, moving onto steel toys and finally making cast and wrought brass pieces. Their sun trademark was developed by 1869 and featured in some way on their brass pieces from the 1870s. They won awards at exhibitions in London and Paris in the mid 1800s.

Details

England
Early 20th Century
Brass, Fabric, Metal, Wood
1
Excellent
Wear commensurate with age and use
Fine antique condition - Wear commensurate with age and use - Please see accompanying photos.
8.5 in. H x 5.5 in. W x 3.75 in. D

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