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Lot 1426

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

An unusal 18th Century black japanned longcase clock by Jonathan Baldwin of Feversham, No. 375, the 12ins arched brass dial with pierced gilt brass spandrels, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals and with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in associated japanned case with turned finials, shaped cresting and split turned columns to hood, the front decorated with leaves, 88ins high (case redecorated at later date) Note: John Baldwin, a very competent maker, thought to have been born in 1677, apprenticed to Stephen Rayner 1691-1698 recorded working in Faversham, Kent until 1739

Estimate £700 - 900 Sold for £820

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป