19th Century Regulator Longcase Grandfather Clock
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This is a superb quality 19th Century regulator clock which dates from around 1840 and is by Seagood, London. The case is in highly figured mahogany that is a lovely colour. To the top has a brass ball finial The high quality regulator movement strikes the hours on a bell and has a smart silvered dial with fine steel hands and large subsidiary seconds dial. It has 5 pillars and thick shaped plates. As a regulator it has a dead beat escapement with Harrison maintaining power. The very heavy pendulum has fine beat adjustment, wooden pendulum rod and a calibrated regulating nut.
Cross Antiques has clarified that the 19th Century Regulator Longcase Grandfather Clock (LA379537) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1840
The case is in excelent unrestored condition and has retained its original finish. The movement looks to have been recently serviced and as you would expect is keeping good time.
Free local delivery and set up (100 miles), national and international delivery arranged at cost.
This 19th Century Regulator Longcase Grandfather Clock is located in Watlington, UK
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