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This Longcase Oak's Maker - F. ( Francis ) Capon of Exmouth is unrecorded ( as yet ) but dating by style the clock is circa 1790. N.B. Maker of the same name recorded ( watchmaker ) in Ottery St. Mary 1838 - likely the same man, or son of.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Good quality, 4 pillar, 8 day movement with hourly ( rack ) striking on a single bell. - Price: £7,850

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 284

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Title LCOAK 284
 
Case Small, pretty, slender, long door, "country made" oak case with breakarch top, mahogany hood details, mahogany crossbanding to ( elm ? ) trunk door and mahogany crossbanding to base panel.The hood door with "columns attached."Quarter columns to rear of hood.
Dial 12" breakarch early "Osborne" painted dial with raised gilt gesso bordered flower painted corner spandrels, rocking ship automaton to arch, "sad mouth" date aperture and Arabic "minutes numbered" to outer edge of Roman chapters.Raised gilt gesso scrolling to oval automaton aperture.
Movement Good quality, 4 pillar, 8 day movement with hourly ( rack ) striking on a single bell.
Maker F. ( Francis ) Capon of Exmouth is unrecorded ( as yet ) but dating by style the clock is circa 1790. N.B. Maker of the same name recorded ( watchmaker ) in Ottery St. Mary 1838 - likely the same man, or son of.
Date Circa 1790.
Height 80.3" ( 204 cms. ).
Price £7,850 - SOLD

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