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A 19TH C. WALNUT WALL HANGING JEWELER'S REGULATOR

17: A 19TH C. WALNUT WALL HANGING JEWELER'S REGULATOR

An American style walnut case in the style associated with Ansonia regulators, broken pediment with finials and burl panels, concave molding over the door with arched, glazed glass, pinwheel movement on iron fretwork brackets, porcelain enamel dial with Roman numerals, brass rod lyre pendulum, lower bracket with added trim. The 19th century pinwheel movement does not appear to be the original. Measures 88 x 24 inches.

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Very good restored, re-finished condition recently examined and at the time of cataloging this clock operated with good time keeping performance. We cannot guarantee the running condition of antique timepieces once removed form the premises.
$1,500 - $2,000
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SOLD - $750

in our Clocks, Stereographica, Canes and Mechanical Music sale

on Sunday, April 2nd 2017

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