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Description

Lot 957

Tuesday 29 Nov, 2016 - 10.00am

An early 19th Century oak longcase clock by Shilling of Milton, the 12ins arched painted dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the spandrels painted with flowers and the arch with an urn of flowers, to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in oak case, probably by Goulden of Canterbury, the arched moulded cresting now with three brass finials and turned and fluted columns to hood, shaped trunk door, on plinth base, 88ins high, (including finials)
Note: Probably Edward Shilling, recorded working Milton, Circa 1800 - 1838, and afterward in Sittingbourne, Kent

Estimate £750 - 900

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป