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This Longcase Oak's Maker - John Woolley of Codnor ( recorded born circa 1738 died 1795 ) - a very good provincial maker, nephew of his more famous uncle James ( 1695 - 1786 ).

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Really well thought out and beautifully executed, 4 pillar, 8 day movement with interesting, unusual, drives to date and moonphase features.The substantial wheel collets, of distinctive form. Hourly ( rack ) striking. - Price: £7,250

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 317

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Title LCOAK 317
 
Case A very good, small, neat, long door, high quality, quarter sawn oak case with brass eagle ball centred swan neck pediment, mahogany crossbanding and details. Fluted hood columns matching trunk quarter columns and matching fluted, canted corners to base. Re entrant "babies bums" details to top of trunk door. Plain strip plinth.
Dial 12" breakarch brass dial with "starry sky" moonphases to arch, subsidiary seconds and date dials, silvered chapter ring and dial centre.Cast brass rococo spandrels. Signed John Woolley Codnor to dial centre. Blued, cut steel hands.
Movement Really well thought out and beautifully executed, 4 pillar, 8 day movement with interesting, unusual, drives to date and moonphase features.The substantial wheel collets, of distinctive form. Hourly ( rack ) striking.
Maker John Woolley of Codnor ( recorded born circa 1738 died 1795 ) - a very good provincial maker, nephew of his more famous uncle James ( 1695 - 1786 ).
Date Circa 1775.
Height 86.3" ( 219 cms. ) or 84" ( 213.5 cms. ) ex. Finial.
Price £7,250 - SOLD

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