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Browse through 4 pages of antique longcase clocks 'grandfather' or 'tallcase' clocks.

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A VERY SLIM 'GRANDAUGHTER' CLOCK CIRCA 1920


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An unusual, small 'Grandaughter' clock of Georgian design. A pagoda hood pediment surmounted by 3 original finials. Turned hood side columns. An inlaid oval to the hood top and trunk door. A brass and silvered dial engraved 'Tempus Fugit' to the arch boss. Cast corner spandrels and a silvered chapter ring. A 7-day duration mechnaism striking the 1/2 hours and hours on a bell.

Height 5ft 11 1/2"/ 183 cms

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A SMALL 'GRANDMOTHER' CLOCK Circa 1910


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A small Edwardian Westminster chime 'Grandmother' clock. A good quality oak case with choice grain to the wood. An arched hood with a flat moulded pediment of 18th century style. Bracket feet to the base. An arched brass and silvered dial with Tempus Fugit boss. Cast corner spandrels and a silvered chapter ring. An 8-day duration mechanism with Westminster chimes to the quarters on gongs. A strike/silent feature for quarters or hours. Circa 1910.

Height 5ft 10" / 170 cms

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A SMALL 'GRANDMOTHER' CLOCK Circa 1930


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A small 'Grandmother' clock with Westminster and Whittington chimes. A slim oak case. An arched hood pediment and detailed carving around the trunk door. An arched brass dial with Tempus Fugit boss to the arch and cast corner and arch spandrels. A strike/silent lever and tune change lever at 12 and 3 o'clock positions. An 8-day duration mechanism with quarter chiming on gongs. Circa 1930.

Height 5 ft 4 " / 163 cms

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THOMAS NEVITT, BRISTOL Circa 1810


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A fine quality Bristol moon phase longcase clock. A red walnut case of slim proportions with a Bristol area swan-neck pediment and wavy trunk raised panel. Brass capped hood columns and Greek key detail to the hood. A very attractive arched painted dial with birds and gilt corners. A date aperture, seconds dial and lunar moon phases to the arch. A rare feature on a painted dial of strike/silent to the dial side. An 8-day mechanism striking the hours on a bell.

Thomas Nevill of Bristol is recorded in AJ Moores' 'The clockmakers of Bristol' book as working 1805-1818.

Height 7 ft 3 " / 221cms

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WILLIAM KNIGHT, BRISTOL Circa 1810


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A Georgian period hooded wall clock. An oak case with a pagoda hood pediment. Gilded hood door capitals and a shaped trunk front and sides. A 9" brass engraved dial with central alarum disc. A 3-day mechanism, chain weight driven. Alarum mechanism lacking.

William Knight of Bristol is recorded in the 'Bristol Clockmakers' book by A J Moore as working 1807-1836. A similair hooded wall clock with a pagoda pediment is illustrated on the front cover of the Bristol book.

Height 34 " / 86cms Width 14 1/2 " / 37 cms / Depth 8 " / 20cms

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