An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock Theo. Spendelow, Cambridge
Lot 383
An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock Theo. Spendelow, Cambridge
£2,000 - 3,000
US$ 3,400 - 5,000
Auction Details
Lot Details
An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock
Theo. Spendelow, Cambridge
the break arch hood over the plain trunk with long door and reeded angles over the plinth base with a canted panel, the signed 11.5 inch brass Roman and Arabic dial with possibly later arcaded chapter ring, subsidiary seconds and strike/silent dials, the weight driven movement with rack strike on a bell, 216cm (7ft 1in)
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  1. Rachael Osborn-Howard
    Specialist - European Sculpture and Works of Art
    Bonhams
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    101 New Bond Street
    London, W1S 1SR
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 208 963 2815
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