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Antique Clock from Leicester Square

Regular price £4,200.00

Ref ID: 0330

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A spectacular clock face that was removed from the former AA Headquarters at Fanum House in Leicester Square, Central London. The clock is electric and was in working order when it removed. 

Fanum House was originally built as the headquarters and central hub for the Automobile Association (AA) in 1923, to the designs of architect Andrew Mather. Mather also designed a large number of cinemas from the period including the Odeon in Leicester Square, opposite Fanum House. This large clock was originally part of a pair that were in a prime position- located on either corner of the landmark building.

For more information on this piece, please see our blog. One clock has been sold, whilst the other remains available.


Diameter: 61 inches 

Dimensions are approximate.

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