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John Birge Half Column Shelf Clock NR

John Birge half column shelf clock: 2 weight. (Broken Washington upper glass; Villa of La Mantine lower glass with losses; only minor losses to mahogany case; not running.) 32 3/4″ T x 17 1/2″ W WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL. All items sell As Is, Where Is, no guarantees or warrantees of any kind expressed […]

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"Atkins & Mitchell" Half column Shelf Clock. In ne

“Atkins & Mitchell” Half column Shelf Clock. In need of restoration. 31 1/4″h x 15 1/2″w x 4 3/4″d Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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"Jerome & Darrow" Half Column Shelf Clock with ap

“Jerome & Darrow” Half Column Shelf Clock with applied eagle decoration. 30 hour wood movement. Refinished. 33″h x 17 3/4″w x 5 1/4″d Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Half Column & Splat Shelf Clock, David Dunton, M

Half Column & Splat Shelf Clock, David Dunton, Mt. Vernon, New Hampshire, in a mahogany case with printed label inside, columns flanking the full length door with looking glass and glazed dial opening over the painted wooden dial all housing a thirty-hour wooden time and strike movement, ht. 33 1/2 in. Condition report Any condition […]

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French gilt bronze figural mantle clock having

a seated putto adjacent to a seven-day movement marked “Vincenti and Cie.” housed within a blue orb; bell strike on the hour and half hour. The whole raised on a white marble plinth resting on toupie feet. 12″H x 11″W x 6″D, Circa – Last half 19th C. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger […]

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Early American half column shelf clock w/eagle st

Early American half column shelf clock w/eagle stenciled crest. Scenic eglomise door panel & painted wooden dial, maker unknown probably Conn. brass movement, some paint loss to dial. Probably had feet originally ca.1835. finish seem to be original 30 1/2″h x 18 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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