Striking New Hampshire Mirror Clock, attributed to Timothy Chandler, c. 1820, painted pine case with full-length door framed with black and gilt half-columns with brass rosettes at the corners, reverse-painted glass over the 7-in. painted zinc roman numeral dial, lower looking glass, eight-day time and rack-strike movement powered by two lead weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 30 in.
Movement will tick and strike. Mirror a later replacement. Has pendulum and weights, no winding key. Dial has paint loss and is relined.
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