Mahogany "Harp Pattern" or Lyre Clock
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- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Mahogany "Harp Pattern" or Lyre Clock, unsigned, Massachusetts, c. 1830, the lyre-form case with flat frames enclosing mahogany veneered front and lower hinged box door, turned wooden bezel over the painted iron Roman numeral dial and moon hands, eight-day, time-only movement with "ears" for movement attachment, iron weight and pendulum, ht. 38 in.
Provenance: Terry and Karen Brotherton.
Literature: Illustrated in Horological Rarities of Space City '99, p. 16, and Classic American Clocks, p. 7.
Replacement acorn finial, minor scratches on the dial.
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