Triple decker Classical clock with flat cornice, full tapered columns over an ogee framed base, on ball feet. Original painted wood face with pierced steel hands, over a reverse painted glass panel with scene of train crossing a bridge. Lower section has a reverse painted landscape scene. Interior with partial label reading "Manufactured by Dyer, Wadsworth and Co. Augusta Georgia / Patent Brass 8 Day Clocks." 36"H x 17.5"W x 7"D. Circa 1835. Condition: Scattered veneer losses and some cracking to doors, section of wood loss at left rear corner, 4"strip of veneer loss to lower right side. Wear to paint on lower tablet door, some light wear to face. Works not guaranteed. Missing key.
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