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Lot 1208

Tuesday 11 Jun, 2013 - 10.00am

An 18th Century oak longcase clock by Thomas Wallis of Brampton, the 12ins square brass dial with vacant calendar aperture, gilt brass spandrels and faux twin winding holes to the thirty hour movement striking on a bell, contained in case with moulded cornice, turned and fluted pillars to hood, fluted quarter columns to trunk, on bracket feet, 82.5ins high (case faded and stripped and with slight damage) Note : Apparently unrecorded maker

Estimate £400 - 600

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป