SOLD! for $696.00.
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- Low Estimate: $200.00
- High Estimate: $300.00
- Realized: $696.00
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Miniature mahogany and yellow pine tall case or grandfather clock, Neoclassical style with triangular pediment adorned with three applied brass rosettes. Arched hand painted calendar dial and a painted hour dial with seconds ring and metal hands, marked "A. Luders, Hamburg". Side panels with mullions over fabric panels, one opens to reveal brass works. Waist with molded top and lower edge and a door with brass inlaid escutcheon. The clock sits on a molded base which does not appear to have ever had feet. 17" H. Probably Pennsylvania, 19th century. Condition: No key; works not tested. Glass and one side mullion panel have come apart from clock but have been retained. Minor grime to dial, scattered minor scratching and wear to case, overall good condition.