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Small 18th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock

Ref: LA13273

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Description

This is an 18th Century longcase clock of unusually small proportions. It is by John Paxton of St Neots, Huntingdonshire. He is listed as working there from 1784 to 1832. From its style this clock dates from around 1790.

The case is in very well figured mahogany and has brass fluted columns to the hood. Both the trunk and hood doors have working locks and keys. The good quality five pillar 8 day movement strikes the hours on a bell and has a most attractive brass and silvered dial. To the arch is the all important Strike / Silent selection.


Measurements

Height : 205 cm - 80.71 in

Width : 48 cm - 18.9 in

Depth : 23 cm - 9.06 in

Declaration

Cross Antiques has clarified that the small mahogany longcase clock (LA13273) is antique and it's date/period of manufacture is 18th Century.

Condition

The case and movement are in good condition and the clock is all functioning correctly and keeping good time.

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This item is located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. This dealer is located in United Kingdom

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