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Antique American or United States Wall Clock

Price Type: auction
Sold Date: April, 2002
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United States Wall

Catalog Description:

C.1820, Concord wall clock similar to a Girandole, with restorations. The movement and dial are original to the case (hands with solder repairs and movement dirty and with poorly restored winding barrel). The center tablet has some age, the lower was done by Tom Moberg (signed) to match the throat. The center section of the case has been modified with the addition of two grooved strips to accept the throat glass; this was apparently done at the same time the round mahogany bezels were made. The carved side arms are original. The bottom trim is new, professionally carved after a girandole sample, and is not currently attached to the clock (it has a position peg to match up with an existing hole in the case). No weight baffle nor tie down. The dimensions and sidearms indicate that this was almost certainly a Dunning girandole as pictured in A Treasury of American Clocks (Palmer), page 46. Height 41"

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