Silas Hoadley Carved Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case with carved eagle splat and foliate half columns flanking the full-length door, mirrored midsection, lower glass with "Time is Money" surrounding the pendulum aperture, wood, thirty-hour time, strike, and alarm, "upside down" movement, with three cast iron weights and a pendulum, ht. 37 in.
Top of clock is missing finial plinths. Lower glass is cracked. Object right front foot missing one toe. Hands are replacements.
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