Mahogany Looking Glass Shelf Clock Attributed to Da

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Mahogany Looking Glass Shelf Clock Attributed to David Dutton, Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, c. 1840, with period print titled “Just Seventeen” pasted inside, scalloped splat, flat tapering columns flanking the looking glass, 11 in. painted wooden dial with Arabic numerals, and eight-day brass time only weight-powered movement, ht. 35 in.

Condition report

Condition: No significant repairs or replacements, movement is mounted on a 1 in. thick pine board which attaches to the backboard with four screws to adjust depth of the case for the “banjo” type movement used in a case generally found with a wooden movement; all period and as manufactured, including the single winding hole though the dial.

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