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An oak long case clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown


An oak long case clock, early 18th century, the 12in. dial signed Ed Cockey Warminster with seconds dial, calendar aperture, engraved centre and cherub, crown and sceptre spandrels, the 5 pillar movement with inside count wheel and bell striking, the oak and pine case wtih caddy top and turn door with a lenticle, 7ft. 10in. high.

ID:  114740



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