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This Longcase Oak Archive's Maker - Thomas Blatchly of Bradford (Bradford on Avon). Recorded apprenticed to Thomas Bullock, Lyncombe, Somerset 18 June 1765 for 7 years, ?15 premium. The Salisbury Journal reports that in 1778 his shop in Bradford was broken into and a watch stolen.

This Longcase Oak Archive's Movement - Good quality 4 pillar with hourly (rack) striking and moonphases. - Price: £8,450

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak Archive CLOCK - LCOAK 247

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Title LCOAK 247
     
Case Beautifully proportioned late 18C long door quarter sawn stellar inlaid oak case with swan neck pediment.
Dial Exquisitely engraved and silvered 12" breakarch brass dial with moon phases and "High Water at Bristol Key". Engraving depicts the four seasons.Engraved seconds dial and date lunette.
Movement Good quality 4 pillar with hourly (rack) striking and moonphases.
Maker Thomas Blatchly of Bradford (Bradford on Avon). Recorded apprenticed to Thomas Bullock, Lyncombe, Somerset 18 June 1765 for 7 years, ?15 premium. The Salisbury Journal reports that in 1778 his shop in Bradford was broken into and a watch stolen.
Date Circa. 1785.
Height 92" ( 234 cms. )or 90.25" (229 cms. ).
Price £8,450 - SOLD

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