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Item:143139791909PeriodEnglish, mid 18th c., dated 1748MakerJohn Taylor of ManchesterWidth54.5 cm / 21 1/2 inDepth26 cm / 10 1/4 inHeight216.5 cm / 85 1/4 inDialBrass arched dial with brass spandrils. Silvered calendar ring, chapter ring & subsidiary second dial. Interesting rolling moon to the lunette with two brass hemisphere terrestial maps. Two winding holes, blued steel clock hands. Makers name to the chapter ring along with world timesCaseOriginal oak case with walnut crossbanding, stands just over 7ft in heightMovementEight day movement striking on a bellConditionOffered in good original condition. Originally would have had two brass finials to the hood which aren't present Mid 18th c. Eight Day Oak Longcase Clock by John Taylor of ManchesterJohn Taylor of Manchester, a well-known clockmaker working between at least 1745 and 1781. Complete with original receipt made in 1748 affixed to the door, along with details from previous clock seller Free UK Mainland Delivery.Please enquire for overseas delivery costs. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE CounterClock Type:Longcase/ Grandfather Clock, Material:Mahogany
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Mid 18th c. Eight Day Oak Longcase Clock by John Taylor of Manchester