A late 17th century longcase clock movement
Lot 7
A late 17th century longcase clock movement,
Sold for £228 (US$ 383) inc. premium
Lot Details
A late 17th century longcase clock movement,
the brass plated movement united by five knopped and finned pillars with external countwheel striking and anchor escapement, no dial, bell, weights or pendulum, 7in (18cm) high.
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