An early 19th century oak- and mahogany-cased 30-hour painte...

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An early 19th century oak- and mahogany-cased 30-hour painted dial longcase clock. Evans, Shrewsbury, circa 1820. The 11-inch square dial having Roman hours and Arabic minutes framing subsidiary calendar aperture beneath signature, within painted bat's wing spandrels, the movement countwheel-striking on a bell, the case with pierced scroll-topped hood on fluted columns , the trunk with crossbanded long door, conforming base and wavy apron, 75.5, (192cm) high.
Dial in good order. Missing seatboard so dial does not sit well in frame. Hood cresting appears rebuilt. Some losses to outer edge of trunk door. Base shortened (no lower edge to crossbanding)

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Auction Date:
24th Oct 16 at 10am BST
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