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1522/17: A good quality Edwardian "GRANDMOTHER" LONGCASE CLOCK in perfect working order. Of charming small size, the case is of figured "flame" mahogany, cross-banded to both the trunk door and the plinth, whilst the shaped hood features columns to either side of the door. The eight-day spring-driven movement strikes the hours and chimes the quarters, whilst the dial has cast spandrels; engraved and silvered chapter-ring and the original blued steel hands. Just 63ins (160cms) tall. c.1910

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1486/17: WILLIAM WEBSTER of LONDON: Good quality mid-18th century LONGCASE CLOCK in fine working condition. The mahogany case is typical of the period with its arched top; brass-inlaid columns flanking the hood door; long arched-top figured mahogany trunk door and panelled plinth base. The 8-day movement strikes hours on a bell, whilst thedial features "Strike/Silent" in the arch; subsidiary seconds and date aperture. Guaranteed at least two years. 7ft 3ins high. *William Webster (II) worked in Exchange Alley having been apprenticed in 1727. He was a full member of the Clockmakers Company 1734-1776 c.1760

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1472/17: A really pretty, fine quality and small mahogany LONGCASE CLOCK by Bateman of LONDON. The case is superb, with its original ebonised finials; fretwork panels to the hood sides; long trunk door flanked by quarter columns and veneered in finest "flame' mahogany with a double plinth base. The 8-day movement strikes hours on a bell with a very fine painted convex dial; convex glass and finely cast bezel. Just 79ins (200cms) tall. *Andrew BATEMAN worked in London (Great Tower Street). He was apprenticed in 1776 and was a member of the Clockmakers Company from 1811. The firm ceased work in 1824. c.1800

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