SOLD! for $2,048.00.
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English mahogany 8-Day longcase or tall case by John Pickford (working 1814 – 1851), dial signed "John Pickford, Liverpool". 8 day brass movement. Broken scroll arched pediment with brass ball and spire finials, center ball with bird finial, reverse painted glass tympanum above an arched hood door, flanked by integral reeded columns, moon painted clock face having floral and geometric spandrals, with hour and minute hands and Roman numerals along with minute and date dials. Flame mahogany waist section with molded rectangular swag decoration to the door, flanked by reeded columns above applied molded rectangular decoration with cut corners flanked by molded diamonds, ogee waist molding above the box base having canted sides, shaped skirt and French feet. Brass pendulum and works, retains one weight. 100" H x 24 1/4" W x 9 7/8" D. 19th century. The estate of a Vanderbilt University professor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Case and clock face overall good condition with expected general wear including abrasions and veneer chips. Minute and date dials missing hands. Rear feet with loss of height. Top right back case corner with losses. Retains one weight. Works not tested or guaranteed.