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Tall Case Clock

Chippendale Cherry Tall Case Clock

Broken Arch Pediment With Vasi-Form Finials Above A Glazed Door, Revealing Painted Face, With Moon Phase, Roman Numerals, Signed John Murphy

Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock

The Bonnet Having Three Turned Gilt Finials And Pierced Fret Above A Glazed Door, Opening To A Painted Face, Signed Luther Smith, With Calendar Day And Second Hand, Flanked By Fluted Columns And Brass Capitals Above A Tomb-Stone Shaped Waist Door,

Chippendale Apple Wood Tall Case Clock.

Chippendale Apple Wood Tall Case Clock. The Broken Arch Bonnet With The Original Flame Carved Finials Above A Tombstone Shaped Door. Opening To Reveal A White Painted Face Signed, Solomon Parke, Philadelphia, With Roman Numerals And A Moon Phase Flanked By Colonetes. The Tombstone Shaped Waist Door, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns. The Molded Base, With Applied Moldings. Raised On Replaced Ogee Bracket Feet, Copied From An Original Solomon Parke Case A Fine Example! Height 94 1/2"

Provincial George III, Oak Inlaid Tall Case Clock

Provincial George III, Oak Inlaid Tall Case Clock, The Bonnet, With Broken Arch, Having Greek Key Molding And Ending In Carved Flower Head Rosettes Centering Flur-De-Le Cutouts And Brass Finial. The Glazed Door Opening To A Painted Face With Roman Numerals, And Signed Jos Donifthorpe, Leicester, Flanked By Fluted Colonettes With Brass Caps. The Long Waist Door With A Molded Edge And Centering A Large Conch Shell, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns, Raised On Bracket Feet. England, Circa 1800-1815, The Stately Clock Stands, 92 1/2" Including Finial, The Extreme Width Is 19 1/4", 8 Day Brass Movement