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Lot Description

Mid-19th century mahogany cross banded 8-day longcase clock, Henry Jackson – Newcastle, case with arched hood over free-standing baluster columns to a moulded throat, short shaped trunk door flanked by matching pillars on a plinth base to a 30cms (12 ½ ins) third period painted dial decorated with a Scotsman with hunting dog, the arch over rose spandrels enclosing a Roman chapter ring with outside minute track and subsidiaries for seconds and date, with brass pierced and engraved hands to a movement with plates united by four knopped pillars and with anchor escapement and strike on a bell (associated), height 211cms

Est. Price £250 - £300

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