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Lot Number: 1062
JAMES BUTLER OF BOLTON; a George III oak and mahogany banded longcase clock, the square dial set with silvered chapter ring, Arabic and Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, width 32.5cm, above a long arched door flanked by quarter columns and raised on a plinth base, height 214.5cm.
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 150 - 250

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The winding apertures have been filled in suggesting that it may have been altered from an eight day to a thirty hour clock, although still has two chains, dial and mechanism appear to be associated. Splits, surface wear, scratching and losses to case commensurate with age, a particularly long split going the length of the base. Dirt, scratches and rust to the face.

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Lot Number: 1063
A George III mahogany longcase clock with broken swan neck pediment above 12'' brass dial inscribed 'Benjamin Stretch Bristol', housing an eight day movement above long door and plinth base, dial movement and case associated, height 208cm (af).
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Lot Number: 1064
A George III and later oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock with broken swan neck pediment above domed enamel moon phase dial set with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, above a single short door on plinth base with bracket feet, height 229cm.
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 1065
A 19th century mahogany cased eight day longcase clock with broken swan neck pediment above circular dial painted with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, rolling moon phase and indistinctly signed 'Wiggan Co[...]' and with gilt and floral detail to corners, with crossbanded arched door on rectangular plinth on associated rectangular base.
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 100 - 200

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Condition Report

Condition issues throughout, chips, scrapes, losses, nicks and gouges to the casing, scratches to the glass, rubbing to the dial throughout, the subsidiary seconds dial is very faded, further fading to the signature and some of the numerals, there is crazing throughout the dial, further rubbing and losses to the corner floral and gilt detail, there is only part of the original ivory escutcheon left, the clock has been treated for woodworm with some old benign holes visible, back boards are replacements and some splits and repairs to the casing, the housing for the finial is damaged, finial itself is damaged, a strip of replacement wood from finial down to first lip, heavy scraping where the door has been opened and caught.

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Lot Number: 1066
A 19th century oak cased longcase clock with broken swan neck pediment and brass finial above circular dial set with Roman numerals, date aperture and painted cornucopia decoration, indistinctly signed Thomas [...] Chard, door with ivory escutcheon, on rectangular plinth base.
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 100 - 200

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Condition Report

Not tested, no guarantees of working order, large area of damage and replacement/repair to the front of the plinth base where two panels have been applied but gaps still visible, feet section a replacement, dial with rubbing to painted detail, numerals and as stated, to naming. Hands are replacements, general wear and tear to the case, some dents, small losses, small splits, generally will need attention.

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Lot Number: 1067
An early 19th century thirty hour oak cased longcase clock, the brass dial set with Roman numerals and signed 'Clements Oxford', dial diameter 27.5cm, height 185.5cm.
Category: Clocks: Longcase Clocks
Estimate: 80 - 120

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