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Auction #162S - Transitional Design Multi-Estate Online Auction Broadview Hts. (Closed #26662786)

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Antique Longcase/Grandfather Clock over 200 years old. Clock is believe to date to 1815 or 16 and was from the estate of Margaret Calder Emack Essig during the Civil War Era. Clock had the cables replaced in 1995 and is in working condition. There is a name - R. Smith and Son Printed on the inside wood and a Sticker from 1/26/46 (1946) from Philadelphia Clock Maker William A Heine, most likely for repair/work performed at that time. Heine was a well known Clock Maker who did house calls to repair clocks in the area for decades. There is some additional faded writing just below the Heine label, but I'm not able to make it out.  I could not see any name on the brass clock movement with the top removed and did not remove the wood back panel. Clock has wear consistent with age. There are 2 cutouts on the side of the case, 1 has glass on the inside the other does not and the top has wear by the door to the clock face where it rubs when opening the door. There is a small piece of inlay and the back right spindle missing on the right side. Comes with keys. Overall a very nice clock given its age. Hey.... How will you look and be running at 200?

  • Condition Good
  • Size 96"H x 18.5"W x 11"D
  • Location Photo Area
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  • Lot # 002
  • System ID # 26836566
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