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A George III mahogany 30 hour longcase clock, the case now on bracket feet, rectangular trunk door, the flat top hood flanked by detatched reeded columns, the 11in. sq. dial signed Hen. Montlow London on the chapter ring, matted centre, pierced hands, crown-and-sceptre spandrels, the four pillar movement with anchor escapement and outside countwheel strike

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A George III mahogany 30 hour longcase clock, the case now on bracket feet, rectangular trunk door, the flat top hood flanked by detatched reeded columns, the 11in. sq. dial signed Hen. Montlow London on the chapter ring, matted centre, pierced hands, crown-and-sceptre spandrels, the four pillar movement with anchor escapement and outside countwheel strike
6ft.10in. (209cm.) high

Lot Essay

Henry Montlow was apprenticed in 1678 and in the Clockmakers' Company 1685-1710. Comparatively few clocks by this maker seem to have survived, however an ebonised wall timepiece by Montlow was sold in these rooms 3 July 1991, lot 181 for (3000.
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