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This Longcase Oak's Maker - Richard Corless of Stockport ( Cheshire ) recorded circa 1760 - circa 1780.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Good quality 4 pillar hourly ( rack ) striking 8 day movement with pull hour repeat. - Price: £7,250

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 327

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Title LCOAK 327
Case Well proportioned, long door, crossbanded oak case with broken arch pediment, "flying" hood columns and plain backsplats. Ogee throat moulding, shaped top to trunk door, quarter columns to trunk, canted corners to raised panel base. The whole set on shallow, shaped bracket feet.
Dial 11 ?" ( 11' showing ) breakarch brass dial signed Richard Corless Stockport to "rainbow" over top of arch. Moonphases to arch, four seasons spandrels, matted dial centre, subsidiary seconds dial and "square" datebox. Blued cut steel hands. Brass strip pendulum. N.B. 11" ( showing ) is an unusual size for a 8 day dial at this period, most being 12" or even 13".
Movement Good quality 4 pillar hourly ( rack ) striking 8 day movement with pull hour repeat.
Maker Richard Corless of Stockport ( Cheshire ) recorded circa 1760 - circa 1780.
Date Circa 1770.
Height 88" ( 223.5 cms. )
Price £7,250

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