16 July 2003,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,528
GBP 1,200 - GBP 1,800
A Biedermeier maple and ebonised longcase clock, second quarter 19th century
The hood with shallow architectural pediment, with curved trunk above recessed lozenge plinth, on block feet, the 11½in. black painted iron dial with an arcaded Roman and Arabic pewter chapter ring, brass hands and brass hands around the winding holes, subsidiary seconds ring, signed on a disc to the arch MAYER/WOLLIN, the eight day movement with four pillars, anchor escapement and rack strike on bell; possibly associated -- 94¾in. (241cm.) high
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Please note the estimate should read £1200-1800.
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