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Ithaca, New York, circa 1880, Classical form walnut case decorated with foliate and floral ebonized carvings and turned columns, brass 8-day time and strike movement, with count wheel strike mechanism, 4-inch upper clock dial with pierced spade silvered hands on original silver and black paper dial, lower 7-inch 31 day calendar dial with silvered date numbers and crescent hand, signed on the calendar, includes silvered gridiron pendulum with etched bob, and key.
20 1/4 x 10 1/4 x 5 1/2 in.From the Estate of the late Murray Gibson James, Esq., Maple Hill, North Carolina
Clock was running when tested, with chiming mechanism in functioning order; some areas of silver loss primarily to upper dial; crack to center pediment; some minor areas of spotting to metal and old insect damage; later backing and mounting block to upper case. Please see Terms and Conditions of Sale: Clocks and Watches.