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This Longcase Mahogany Archive's Maker - Walter Elliot, Plymouth. Clock and watchmaker, St. Andrew's parish. Took out licence 15/2/1747-8 to marry Mary Bidlake of Totnes. Apprentices included Edward Dilke and Richard Heles. Brass arch dial longcase clocks with 5-pillar 8-day movement. Extracted from Devon Clocks & Clockmakers by Clive N. Ponsford.

This Longcase Mahogany Archive's Movement - Good quality 8 day 5 pillar movement with dead beat escapement. Brass bound weights. Hourly (rack) striking. - Price: £9,450

ANTIQUE Longcase Mahogany Archive CLOCK - LCMAH 199

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Title LCMAH 199
   
Case Superb mahogany case with breakarch top and brass moulding to inside edge of hood door and brass side frets.
Dial 12" breakarch silvered dial with seconds, date and strike silent in arch.
Movement Good quality 8 day 5 pillar movement with dead beat escapement. Brass bound weights. Hourly (rack) striking.
Maker Walter Elliot, Plymouth. Clock and watchmaker, St. Andrew's parish. Took out licence 15/2/1747-8 to marry Mary Bidlake of Totnes. Apprentices included Edward Dilke and Richard Heles. Brass arch dial longcase clocks with 5-pillar 8-day movement. Extracted from Devon Clocks & Clockmakers by Clive N. Ponsford.
Date Circa 1800.
Height 84", 214cm.
Price £9,450 - SOLD

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