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This Longcase Mahogany's Maker - Richard Lear Pinhay ( also seen spelt Pinhey ) of Plymouth Dock.Known working pre 1770 and still alive in 1815.

This Longcase Mahogany's Movement - Good quality 4 pillar, 8 day, movement with hourly ( rack ) striking.Rocking ship automaton driven from pallet arbor. - Price: £7,850

ANTIQUE Longcase Mahogany CLOCK - LCMAH 310

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Title LCMAH 310
Case Typical “Plymouth” late 18C long door, breakarch mahogany case but with unusual figuring.Plymouth cases of this period are invariably small, neat and pretty – please see LCMAH 202 and LCMAH 210 in Mahogany section of archive pre September 2003.
Dial 12” breakarch finely engraved and silvered brass dial with rocking ship automaton to arch, engraved subsidiary seconds dial, “sad mouth” date aperture and finely engraved “four seasons” spandrels.Blued cut steel hands.
Movement Good quality 4 pillar, 8 day, movement with hourly ( rack ) striking.Rocking ship automaton driven from pallet arbor.
Maker Richard Lear Pinhay ( also seen spelt Pinhey ) of Plymouth Dock.Known working pre 1770 and still alive in 1815.
Date Late 18C say, circa 1795.
Height 82” ( 208.3 cms. )
Price £7,850 - SOLD

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