Date c. 1850. Paul Philip Barraud was a fine clock and chronometer maker, he worked from Cornhill, London. Master of the Clockmakers' Company in 1810 and a partner with W. Howells and George Jamison in 1797 - 1799 for making Thomas Mudge's Timekeepers.
Two-day marine chronometer with auxiliary compensation and 56-hour power reserve indicator. Barraud, Maker for the Royal Navy. Cornhill, London.1850. Precision Timekeeper with 1 Complication; Brass bowl with weighting ring and threaded glazed bezel gimbaled in three-body brass-bound mahogany box with glazed panel in the top under hinged lid with fitted catch. Flush-fitted brass handles and round mother-of-pearl plate, Breguet-type key in a corner plate, gimbal ring locked by two swivel arms.