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LOT 1212
23rd January 2020
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LOT 1212
A mid-18th century oak longcase clock with thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the 11-inch square brass dial with silvered centre, date aperture and engraved fruit basket and signed 'Thos Ranger Chipstead in Kent', framed by a silvered chapter ring with black Roman hours and outer Arabic minutes, the hood with moulded pediment, turned columns and glazed door above a rectangular trunk door, plain base and plinth, height 188cm, with pendulum and weight (some faults and alterations). Note: Thomas Ranger is recorded as a clockmaker working in Chipstead, Kent, between circa 1740 and 1770.
Hammer price: £160
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