Mahogany Wall Regulator Attributed to Aaron Willard
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Mahogany Wall Regulator Attributed to Aaron Willard, Boston, c. 1830, the case with hinged molded bezel over the 12 1/2-in. Roman numeral painted iron dial and blued diamond-shaped hands, half-round molded frames, both the hinged midsection and lower pendulum access door framing the black and gold reverse-painted glasses, eight-day trapezoidal movement with T-bridge, alternate train layout, and recoil escapement powered by a brass-cased cylindrical weight and regulated by a brass pendulum bob and gilded wooden rod, ht. 50 in.
Original hands, pendulum bob and key, glasses are probably the original, old surface on case.
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