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A Victorian oak tavern clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Victorian oak tavern clock, circa 1840, with 18 inches flat printed dial, signed Pearce, Grantham with counter-weighted minute hand and false plate signed Walker & Hughes, the two train weight driven movement with rack and bell striking in a case with a broken-arch hood, short trunk with arched door flanked by canted corners and undercurved base, 4 feet 9 inches high. Note: Henry Pearce of Grantham is known to have been working until 1876.

ID:  8988

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Leicestershire

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