Four Eight-Day Time and Strike French Mantel Clock

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Sold Price: [Subscribe to view] Sold Date: 7:00 AM PT - Jul 16th, 2011

Four Eight-Day Time and Strike French Mantel Clocks, late 19th century, including a rosewood case portico clock with four inlaid columns and marquetry inlay, 3-inch enameled dial with Roman numerals and decorative pendulum, ht. 16 1/2 in., a brass case clock with classical urn at the top, enameled Roman numeral dial, paw feet and side carrying handles, ht. 17 in., a black Belgian slate figural clock with seated female figure at the top, black dial and raised Roman numerals, the last a Buell clock on stand with faux tortoiseshell, brass ornament, enameled dial with Roman numerals, ht. 15 1/2 in.

Condition report

Condition: All movements need cleaning and usual repairs, imperfections on enameled dials, brass clock in oxidized surface.

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