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This Longcase Lacquer's Maker - Geo ( George ) Hobart of London recorded apprenticed 17th September 1717 for 7 years at ?10 premium. Member of the Clockmakers Company until declared bankrupt in 1737.

This Longcase Lacquer's Movement - Good quality 8 day movement with 5, ringed and knopped pillars. Hourly ( rack ) striking. Nice to have the Strike/Not strike facility. Brass bound weights. - Price: £12,750

ANTIQUE Longcase Lacquer CLOCK - LCLAC 115

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Title LCLAC 115
 
Case Slender, well proportioned, long door, dark green case decorated with gilt chinoiserie figures, the trunk door featuring two horse riders at the gallop, with two deer below. The base with a single horse rider "walking on." Breakarch top, side windows to hood, typical two step base.
Dial 12" breakarch brass dial with engraved, silvered, convex name boss to arch Geo ( George ) Hobart London, S & N ( Strike & Not strike ) selector below, engraved and silvered chapter ring with "floating" fleur de lys half hour markers, engraved and silvered subsidiary seconds dial and date ring.Very finely matted dial centre.Blued cut steel hands.
Movement Good quality 8 day movement with 5, ringed and knopped pillars. Hourly ( rack ) striking. Nice to have the Strike/Not strike facility. Brass bound weights.
Maker Geo ( George ) Hobart of London recorded apprenticed 17th September 1717 for 7 years at ?10 premium. Member of the Clockmakers Company until declared bankrupt in 1737.
Date Circa 1730.
Height 86.4" ( 219.5 cms. ).
Price £12,750

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