Lot 1704 (The Clocks, Cameras, Scientific & Musical Instruments Auction, 26th February 2021)

AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK

Sold for £320


Condition report
Weights and pendulum present.
Clock winds, though unable to guarantee working order.

 

EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK,
by James Allan of Kilmarnock, with two train eight day movement, the brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the blind fretted hood with broken swan neck pediment and moulded dentil Cornish above two spiral columns, above a pillared trunk and block base, on bracket feet, 220cm high

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