TWO PIECE KEYWOUND WALL CLOCKS late 19th c. The I



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TWO PIECE KEYWOUND WALL CLOCKS

late 19th c.

The Ingram regulator with a plain decorated oak case, white paper dial with Roman numerals and a rope banded split glass door, the lower section with a Greek key gilt border. The octagonal case Ansonia clock with applied mahogany veneer, round paper dial and a small door in the lower section. H: 34 in and 22 in.

Condition report

Condition: replaced case parts on the Ingram clock, gilt loss to Ansonia. No Keys.

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