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Lot 1086

Monday 07 Jun, 2021 - 10.00am

An Early 19th Century Mahogany Cased Tavern Clock, by De La Cour of Chatham, the 13ins diameter painted metal dial with Roman numerals and sweep seconds hand, to the eight day single train movement, in plain mahogany case with domed glass and moulded brass bezel, narrow moulded outer bezel, shaped trunk door, 50ins high, (lower part of base of case probably missing)
Note: George Delacour recorded working in Chatham, Kent, 1823-1855

Estimate £450 - 600 Sold for £680

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป