For sale is this 19th Century antique cross-banded mahogany longcase Grandfather clock.
Antique Long Case Clock, Grandfather Clock, 8 Day Movement, Wales, 1820, B725 H 88 in.
63 edinburgh longcase clock by james paterson p.
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For Sale on 1stDibs - 19th century Folk Art tall case clock from Luleå Norrbotten, Northern Sweden.
A superb, late18th C, 8 day, brass dial, longcase clock with rare GLOBE MOON and.
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50 postage BRASS FINIAL spire eagle clocks longcase/grandfather case ornament clock ball £13.
Exceptional London longcase clock by Allam of London Circa: 1800 Height: 7’ 2” £19,750.
The sides of the trunk are panelled with book matched veneers and are fully crossbanded.
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It has a dome top with a removable gilt wood finial, hood side pillars and glazed sides, with a long arched door and a plinth base.
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The dial is signed by the maker Robert.
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