Lot 1405 (The Clocks, Scientific & Musical Instruments Auction, 1st February 2019)
Sold for £550
Case generally good, light to medium wear consistent with age.
one or two paintlosses to face, tarnished but generally good.
Appears to be working order
19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK,
two train eight day movement, the painted enamel dial with Roman numerals and allegorical figures to spandrels representing England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, inscribed J Cameron & Son of Kilmarnock, the dial arch painted with a scene from the Lady of the Lake, contained in a mahogany case with waisted body, approximately 235cm high
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