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This Longcase Oak's Maker - Samuel Pearse of Axminster is recorded as advertising for an apprentice in 1806 and we know that he was listed at Lyme St. in 1830 and that his wife died in 1837.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Good quality, 8 day, 4 pillar movement with hourly ( rack ) striking. - Price: £4,750

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 324

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Title LCOAK 324
   
Case Good, SMALL, neat, long door, flat top, "Typically Westcountry" oak case with "pillars attached" hood door, matching hood quarter columns, plus mahogany details and crossbanding. All set on shallow bracket feet.
Dial 12" square engraved and silvered brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial, "sad mouth" date lunette, and cut steel lozenge hands.
Movement Good quality, 8 day, 4 pillar movement with hourly ( rack ) striking.
Maker Samuel Pearse of Axminster is recorded as advertising for an apprentice in 1806 and we know that he was listed at Lyme St. in 1830 and that his wife died in 1837.
Date Dating by style, circa 1810.
Height 74.5" ( 189.3 cms. ).
Price £4,750

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