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An early Georgian walnut longcase clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown


An early Georgian walnut longcase clock, the striking movement signed on the silvered chapter ring Francis Gregg, Russell Street, Covent Garden, with domed hood and cross-banded case inlaid with herringbone lines, the trunk door with pendulum aperture.

ID:  96183



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