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This Longcase Mahogany Archive's Maker - Thos. ( Thomas ) Harding of Bristol is recorded apprenticed to Edward Bird October 11th 1797, became Burgess Jan. 21st 1805, married 1810.

This Longcase Mahogany Archive's Movement - Good quality 8 day movement with 4 knopped pillars and hourly ( rack) striking. - Price: £6,750

ANTIQUE Longcase Mahogany Archive CLOCK - LCMAH 292

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Title LCMAH 292
Case Long door, figured mahogany case with swan neck pediment and central eagle/ball finial.Corinthian capitals to fluted hood columns. Boxwood stringing to hood, trunk door and base. Typical Bristol area canted corners to trunk.
Dial 13" breakarch painted dial by Osborne "later" style when at St. Mary's Square, Birmingham, 1808 - 13 with flower decorated corner spandrels, moonphases to arch. Blued cut steel hands
Movement Good quality 8 day movement with 4 knopped pillars and hourly ( rack) striking.
Maker Thos. ( Thomas ) Harding of Bristol is recorded apprenticed to Edward Bird October 11th 1797, became Burgess Jan. 21st 1805, married 1810.
Date Circa 1810.
Height 93" ( 236 cms. ).
Price £6,750 - SOLD

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