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This Longcase Oak's Maker - George Thatcher of Cranbrook ( Kent ) is recorded as taking Obadiah Body as an apprentice in 1716. Died 1773.A good early Kent maker.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - High quality, 8 day, 5 pillar movement with "early" hourly ( internal countwheel ) striking. - Price: £6,850

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 307

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Title LCOAK 307
 
Case Well proportioned, oak case with flat top, Greek key pattern under, 'early' cushion moulding below that, 'columns attached' hood door with matching rear quarter columns and concave throat moulding. The long, flat top, trunk door with moulded edge, the base with 'd' mouldings.All set on a shallow decorated plinth.
Dial 12" square brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial, square date box, engraved and finely matted centre having ringed seconds and winding holes plus cast brass "Indian head" spandrels. Blued cut steel hands.
Movement High quality, 8 day, 5 pillar movement with "early" hourly ( internal countwheel ) striking.
Maker George Thatcher of Cranbrook ( Kent ) is recorded as taking Obadiah Body as an apprentice in 1716. Died 1773.A good early Kent maker.
Date Circa 1720.
Height 85"( 215 cms. )
Price £6,850

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