Mid-Atlantic Mahogany Veneered Tall Clock, possibly New Jersey, c. 1800s, swan's-neck hood with freestanding fluted columns flanking the 13-in. arabic numeral dial with seconds bit, and date aperture, fluted quarter-columns flanking the full-length waist door, crotch mahogany circular inlaid base with cut-out skirt, eight-day time and hour-strike movement, wood rod pendulum, and two iron weights, ht. 96 in. with finial.
case refinished, central plinth on hood cracked and reglued, hood door glass cracked, original feet with veneer loss on edges, dial repainted. secondary wood and seating board are pine, walnut case side, piece of molding on swans neck is off but present..
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