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Sold for: 3,750 USD
January 2016
FEDERAL BLACK-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT PINE TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY SILAS HOADLEY, PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1830 Dial inscribed HOADLEY PLYMOUTH . Height 86 in. by Width 18 1/2 in. by Depth 9
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 22,500 USD
January 2016
VERY FINE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, WORKS BY AARON WILLARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1810 Inscribed Aaron Willard Boston. Height 37 3/4 in. by Width 13 1/2 in. by Depth 6
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 35,000 USD
January 2016
FINE AND RARE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, WORKS BY SAMUEL ROGERS, PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800 Dial inscribed S. Rogers. Fretwork replaced. Height 21 3/4 in. by Width 11
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 750 USD
July 2013
A FEDERAL MAHOGANY, PARCEL-GILT AND EGLOMISE BANJO CLOCK, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1815 35in. (88.9cm.) high, 10in. (25.4cm.) wide, 3½in. (8.9cm.) deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 13,750 USD
April 2013
Federal Brass Mounted Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock Elnathan Taber, Roxbury, Massachusetts, circa 1800 The bonnet with pierced fret and brass finials, above a molded arched door flanked by
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,750 USD
April 2013
Federal Brass Mounted Parcel Gilt Mahogany and Eglomise Banjo Clock Simon Willard, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1810 The dial signed Simon Willard, Boston, the throat panel decorated with Lady Liberty
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 10,000 USD
April 2013
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock with Eagle Inlay Possibly New Jersey, early 19th century The scrolled pediment surmounted by brass finials, above a molded arched door flanked by stop columns
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,706 USD
March 2013
Federal Birch Tall Case Clock, Joseph Chadwick, Boscawen, New Hampshire, c. 1820, the painted iron dial with a bird in the arch and gilt spandrels, with calendar aperture and seconds hand, inscribed
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 5,700 USD
March 2013
Federal Cherry Inlaid Shelf Clock, Joseph Loring, Sterling, Massachusetts, 1805-10, white-painted and gilt iron kidney dial lettered "JOSEPH LORING," with a brass, eight-day, weight-driven movement,
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Shelf Clock
Sold for: 275 USD
March 2013
Tiffany & Co. Federal-style Mahogany Banjo Clock with Eglomise and Reverse-painted Glass Mt. Vernon Panels, painted metal dial with brass, spring-powered, time-only movement, eagle finial, overall lg.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 800 USD
March 2013
Federal Carved and String-inlaid Maple Tall Case Clock, New England, c. 1810-15, tombstone door opening to a polychrome-painted dial with floral and fruit designs, seconds hand and calendar aperture,
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 578,500 USD
January 2013
A FEDERAL WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT EGLOMISE GIRANDOLE TIMEPIECE WALL CLOCK SIGNED BY LEMUEL CURTIS (1790-1857), CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS, 1816-1822; THE EGLOMISE PAINTWORK PROBABLY BY BENJAMIN B.
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Wall Clock
Sold for: 500 USD
January 2013
A Federal style mahogany dwarf long case clock Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Massachusetts made at Massachusetts Correctional Institute at Plymouth numbered 10 dated 1971 The Roman numeral and Arabic
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Dwarf Clock
Sold for: 25,000 USD
January 2013
THE BARTON FAMILY FEDERAL BRASS-MOUNTED INLAID MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED AARON WILLARD (1757-1844), BOSTON, 1800-1820 the white painted dial signed Aaron Willard Boston 98½ in. high,
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 27,500 USD
January 2013
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY ELNATHAN TABER (1768-1854), THE REVERSE SIGNED BY JOHN MINOT (W.1793-1826), ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS, 1790-1810 the white painted dial signed
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 50,000 USD
January 2013
A FEDERAL INLAID WALNUT TALL CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY ZACHARIAH A. TANNEHILL, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, 1797-1813 the white painted dial signed ZA Tannehill/Maker/Pittsburgh; lower one inch of
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 43,750 USD
January 2013
A FEDERAL INLAID AND BRASS-MOUNTED TALL CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED AND THE CASE LABELED BY SIMON WILLARD (1753-1848), ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800 the white painted dial signed Simon Willard.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,125 USD
January 2013
PROPERTY DEACCESIONED FROM THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK TO BENEFIT ITS FURNITURE ACQUISITIONS FUND A FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1810 Height 7 ft. 6 1/2
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 600 USD
October 2012
Federal Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Bishop & Bradley, Watertown, Connecticut, c. 1820, with thirty-hour wooden weight-driven movement, the eglomise tablet showing a
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 50,000 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL EGLOMISE AND PARCEL-GILT MAHOGANY LYRE WALL CLOCK THE EGLOMISE PANEL SIGNED BY EDMUND CURRIER (1793-1853), SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS, 1810-1825 the lower églomisé panel signed E.Currier/Salem 40¼
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Wall Clock
Sold for: 21,250 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY DAVID WILLIAMS (1769-1823), NEWPORT, 1795-1815 32¼ in. high, 12 in. wide, 6 in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 47,500 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND EGLOMISE SHELF CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY AARON WILLARD (1757-1844), BOSTON, 1800-1820 the églomisé panel signed Aaron Willard/BOSTON. 33½ in. high, 13 in. wide, 6 in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 17,500 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL CHERRYWOOD TALL-CASE CLOCK SIGNED BY WILLIAM VICKROY (1768-1851), BEDFORD, PENNSYLVANIA, 1800-1820 the white painted dial signed Wilm Vickroy Bedford, feet replaced 103 in. high, 18 in wide,
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 10,000 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL WALNUT TALL-CASE CLOCK SIGNED BY ALEX COOK (1760-1818), CANNONBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 1810-1830 the white painted dial signed Alex Cook Cannonsburgh no. 11 94 in. high, 21 in. wide, 11½ in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 4,000 USD
September 2012
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY AND EGLOMISE BANJO CLOCK BOSTON AREA, 1800-1820 églomisé base panel stenciled S. Willard Patent. 33 in. high, 10½ in. wide, 4 in. deep
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 2,500 USD
September 2012
IMPORTANT AMERICANA FROM THE COLLECTION OF MURIEL AND FOSTER MCCARL, JR. A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD AND MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, NEW ENGLAND, CIRCA 1810 Height 91 1/4 in. by Width 19 3/4 in. by
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 6,875 USD
September 2012
A Federal inlaid mahogany tall case clock Signed Thompson & Elliott, Baltimore, circa 1800 The flat top with inlaid molded cornice above plain frieze supported by fluted columns , trunk with shaped
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 5,625 USD
September 2012
A Federal inlaid walnut tall case clock, the dial inscribed John Guth Pennsylvania, first quarter 19th century height 96in (244cm); width 18 3/4in (48cm); depth 11in (28cm)
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 137 USD
August 2012
A Federal style mahogany tall case clock in a Roxbury style case after Simon Willard, Boston 20th century height 85in; width 18 1/2in; depth 11 1/2in
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 13,035 USD
August 2012
Federal Carved and Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock, probably Springfield, Massachusetts, area, c. 1805-10, the hood with reeded plinths joining scrolled fret, above the molded and carved cornice, and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 10,665 USD
August 2012
Federal Carved Mahogany, Mahogany Veneer, and Bird´s-eye Maple Inlaid Tall Case Clock, southeastern Massachusetts, c. 1805-15, the painted dial with moon´s age in the arch and a ship flying an
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,437 USD
August 2012
Federal Maple Tall Case Clock, attributed to Abner Rogers, Berwick, Maine, c. 1805, white-painted iron dial with a rocking ship in the arch, with iron plate movement, the case with reeded plinths,
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 533 USD
May 2012
Waltham Mahogany Banjo Clock, Arabic numeral painted dial marked Waltham, reverse-painted lower tablet depicting Perry´s Victory , the waist with Federal shield and flanked by brass side ornaments,
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 385 USD
May 2012
Federal Mahogany Banjo Clock Case, with weight, (repainted dial, disassembled case, lacking movement and throat glass), rough cut bezel glass dia. 7 in.. Estimate $200-250 Carcass needs reglueing,
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 3,081 USD
March 2012
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock, New York or New Jersey, c. 1810, the case with inlaid diamonds, panels, and stringing in contrasting woods, polychrome and gilt dial with bird in the arch and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 6,250 USD
January 2012
FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT BANJO CLOCK, AARON WILLARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1815 Height 33 in. by Width 10 in. Dial inscribed A Willard Boston.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 4,375 USD
January 2012
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, THE DIAL SIGNED ISAAC BROKOW, BRIDGETOWN, NEW JERSEY, THE CASE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SCUDDER, ELIZABETHTOWN, NEW JERSEY, 1800-1820 93in. (236.2cm.) high, 18½in.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,625 USD
January 2012
A FEDERAL GUMWOOD TALL-CASE CLOCK, NEW JERSEY, 1780-1800 88in. (223.5cm.) high, 19in. (48.3cm.) wide, 10in. (25.5cm.) deep
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 4,375 USD
January 2012
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, THE DIAL SIGNED JOHN PARKE, PATTERSON, NEW JERSEY, 1800-1820, the works associated 94in. (238.8cm.) high, 20in. (50.8cm.) wide, 10in. (25.5cm.) deep
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 875 USD
January 2012
A Federal parcel gilt and eglomise banjo clock early 19th century Painted iron dial with roman chapters, brass eight day timepiece movement with brass faced pendulum, lead weight. height 32 1/2in
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 40,625 USD
January 2012
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF A VIRGINIA FAMILY THE THOMAS THOMPSON FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, WORKS SIGNED AND CASE LABELED BY SIMON WILLARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,750 USD
January 2012
THE RAKER FAMILY FEDERAL GRAIN-PAINTED YELLOW PINE TALL-CASE CLOCK, MAHANTONGO VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA THE DIAL SIGNED BY JOHN ESTERLE (W. C. 1810-1830), MAYTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, 1810-1820 the white
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 25,000 USD
January 2012
A FEDERAL EAGLE INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK DIAL SIGNED BY JACOB EBY (1776-1828), THE CASE SIGNED GEORGE DEYER, MANHEIM, PENNSYLVANIA, DATED 1814 the dial signed Jacob Eby, the inner backboards
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 10,000 USD
January 2012
PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT AMERICAN COLLECTOR FEDERAL CARVED AND FIGURED MAPLE TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY SOLOMON PARKE, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1790 Height 95 3/4 in. by Width 22 in. by
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,067 USD
December 2011
Federal style mahogany banjo clock, retailed by A. Stowell Co., Boston, 40" h.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 3,125 USD
November 2011
Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock Daniel Scheidt, Sumneytown, Pennsylvania, late 18th/early 19th century The scrolled pediment with brass rosettes and three brass ball and spire finials above an arched
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 250 USD
November 2011
A Federal cherry wood tall case clock mid Atlantic states first quarter 19th century height 94in
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 790 USD
October 2011
Massachusetts Federal mahogany banjo clock, ca. 1815, 33" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 1,422 USD
October 2011
Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1815, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight-day works with a painted face above a case with reeded pilasters and chamfered corners, 99 1/2" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,033 USD
October 2011
Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1810, with eight-day works and burl panels, 95" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 122,500 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK DIAL SIGNED BY DAVID WOOD (1766-1855), NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS, 1795-1815 the dial signed David Wood/NEWBURYPORT; missing one finial 34 in. high, 12 in. wide,
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 18,750 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL EAGLE-INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY JOSEPH DOLL (1768-1818) HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 1810-1825 The dial signed Joseph Doll/Harrisburgh 100 in. high, 20 in. wide, 10½
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 56,250 USD
September 2011
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE NEW YORK COLLECTOR VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL HIGHLY INLAID AND FIGURED SATINWOOD AND MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY THOMAS RICHARDS, CASE BY JOHN BANKS, NEW YORK, CIRCA
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 18,750 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK ATTRIBUTED TO DAVID WOOD (1766-1855), NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS, 1800-1820 32 in. high, 12¼ in. wide, 6¼ in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 30,000 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED BY JOSEPH MULLIKEN (1765-1802), CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS, 1800-1820 The dial signed J. Mulliken/Concord 98 in. high, 19½ in. wide, 9½ in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 25,000 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL SATINWOOD-INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK WORKS BY SIMON WILLARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800 MAHOGANY height 90 3/4 in.; width 20 in.; depth 10 in. the upper section of the dial
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 16,250 USD
September 2011
A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD TALL-CASE CLOCK PENNSYLVANIA, 1810-1820 103½ in. high, 20¼ in. wide, 11 in. deep
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 27,500 USD
September 2011
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MR. AND MRS. BAYARD DOMINICK STOUT FINE AND RARE FEDERAL FIGURED MAPLE AND MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK, WORKS BY DAVID WOOD, NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1795 mahogany height
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 1,500 USD
July 2011
A FEDERAL MAHOGANY, PARCEL-GILT AND EGLOMISE BANJO CLOCK, WILLARD, BOSTON, CIRCA 1815 29½in. (74.9cm.) high, 10in. (25.3cm.) wide
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 4,617 USD
March 2011
Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1810, with eight-day works, 96" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 474 USD
February 2011
Mark Leavenworth Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, ca. 1820, 30 1/2" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 34,375 USD
January 2011
A VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL GRAIN-PAINTED DWARF TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY JOSHUA WILDER, HINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1810 Height 48 in. by Width 10 1/4 in. by Depth 5 1/2 in. Dial inscribed Joshua
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,792 USD
January 2011
Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1820, with an eight-day works, signed Jacob Guthart Lebanon , with moon phase mechanism, 93 1/2" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,370 USD
January 2011
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1800, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight-day works with painted face, signed Jacob Gorgas , 99" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 18,750 USD
January 2011
A VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY DWARF TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY PHILIP R. BENNETT, SOUTH HINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1821 Height 50 7/8 in. by Width 11 7/8 in. by Depth 5
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 53,125 USD
January 2011
PROPERTY FROM VARIOUS OWNERS A VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK, WORKS BY DAVID WOOD, NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800 Height 35 in. by Width 12 in. by Depth 6
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 98,500 USD
January 2011
A FINE AND RARE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK CIRCA 1800, ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS, ELNATHAN TABER height 8 ft. 1 1/2 in.; width 19 3/4 in.; depth 9 3/4 in. the dial inscribed
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 504 USD
January 2011
Eli Terry Federal mahogany pillar scroll mantle clock, ca. 1815, 31" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 6,100 USD
January 2011
A Federal mahogany shelf clock B. Chandlee, Baltimore, early 19th century The dial signed B. Chandlee / Balt., movement engraved Robert Roskell / Liverpool. height excluding handle 16 1/2in (42cm);
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 21,250 USD
January 2011
A VERY FINE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, CASE ATTRIBUTED TO OLIVER PARSELL, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY, CIRCA 1810 Height 87 1/2 in. by Width 20 in. by Depth 9 3/4 in.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 577 USD
December 2010
Federal style mahogany banjo clock, 40 1/2" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Banjo Clock
Sold for: 938 USD
December 2010
Federal Style Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock Bevan Brecon, circa 1840 Height 7 feet 4 inches. C
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,194 USD
December 2010
A Federal cherrywood and mahogany crossbanded and inlaid tall case clock New England first quarter 19th century height 92in (233cm); width 19in (48cm); depth 10in (25cm)
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 7,500 USD
November 2010
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock New Jersey or Delaware, early 19th century The scroll pediment above a painted dial and moon phase indicator, over a door flanked by quarter columns and a
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,375 USD
November 2010
Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock Early 19th century The scrolled pediment above a painted dial, over a plain case and door flanked by free-standing columns and a plain base with a shaped skirt, raised
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,541 USD
October 2010
Federal mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with brass face, inscribed John Heilig Germantown , 84 1/2" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,015 USD
October 2010
Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face and moon phase, over a case with shell carved drawer and ogee bracket
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 563 USD
October 2010
Eli Samuel Terry Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, ca. 1815, 31" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 2,370 USD
October 2010
Pennsylvania late Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1830, inscribed Johnston Lewis, Philadelphia , the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face over a case with ebonized
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,295 USD
October 2010
Maryland Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1810, inscribed John Fesler Frederick Town , the broken arch bonnet enclosing and eight day works with moon phase over a case with chamfered corners and
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,081 USD
October 2010
Massachusetts Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1800, the arched bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face over a case with brass stop fluted quarter columns and French feet, 90 1/2"
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 889 USD
October 2010
New Jersey or New York Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1810, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face over a heavily inlaid case with fluted quarter columns and
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 56,250 USD
September 2010
PROPERTY OF FRANK AND JUNE BARSALONA AN IMPORTANT FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY AND BIRCHWOOD AND BRASS TALL-CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY ABEL HUTCHINS, CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE CIRCA 1810 Height 96 3/4
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 237 USD
September 2010
New Haven Federal style banjo clock, 40" h.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 1,112 USD
April 2010
Eli Samuel Terry Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, ca. 1815, 31" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 644 USD
April 2010
Eli Terry Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, ca. 1825, 31" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 2,500 USD
April 2010
Federal Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock Massachusetts, early 19th century With a painted dial, the bonnet with columnar supports surmounted by brass spire finials, above a rectangular case flanked by
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,872 USD
April 2010
Philadelphia Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1810, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face, inscribed George Miller Germantown , over a case with chamfered corners,
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,190 USD
April 2010
Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1805, the flat top bonnet enclosing an eight day works with moon phase and painted face, inscribed David Gobrecht Hanover , 92" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,340 USD
January 2010
Massachusetts Federal style mahogany tall case clock, 20th c., with an eight day works and roxbury case with brass stop fluted columns, 88" h.
FEDERAL (1780-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,500 USD
January 2010
Federal Inlaid Cherry and Flame Mahogany Tall Case Clock Height 7 feet 11 1/4 inches, width 20 3/4 inches, depth 10 inches. Estate of Robert E. Driscoll
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 5,148 USD
January 2010
Pennsylvania Federal mahogany and walnut tall case clock, ca. 1810, the castle top bonnet with an unusual removable arched panel with sheaf of wheat inlays, enclosing an 8-day works with moon phase
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 4,680 USD
January 2010
Massachusetts Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1810, with Roxbury case and eight day works with painted face, signed David Wood Newburyport , 88" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 50,000 USD
January 2010
PROPERTY OF A DESCENDANT OF THE NEWCOMB FAMILY THE SIMON NEWCOMB FAMILY FINE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY SIMON WILLARD, ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS CIRCA 1795 Height 91
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 920 USD
December 2009
A Federal style Foster S. Campos mahogany and eglomise banjo clock 20th Century, marked ´´Foster S. Campos / Pembroke Mass´´, the circular dial with Roman chapters within a glazed bezel surmounted by
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 2,375 USD
November 2009
Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock Possibly Southern, early 19th century The painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, within an arched bonnet inlaid with blossoms, above a single door flanked by
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 11,250 USD
November 2009
Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock Abel Hutchins, Concord, New Hampshire, circa 1800 The painted dial within a bonnet surmounted by brass spire finials, above a rectangular case flanked by quarter
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 9,945 USD
October 2009
Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1815, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face and moon phase, over a line and fan inlaid case, 101" h. Provenance:
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 5,148 USD
October 2009
Massachusetts Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1815, with an eight day works and roxbury case with brass stop fluted columns, 88" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 12,870 USD
October 2009
New Jersey Federal highly figured mahogany veneer tall case clock, ca. 1805, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with painted face, signed Joakim Hill Flemington , over a case with
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 80,500 USD
September 2009
A Federal Inlaid Mahogany Dwarf Clock Dial Signed by Joshua Wilder (1786-1860), Hingham, Massachusetts, Case Attributed to Abiel White (1766-1844), Weymouth and Hingham, Massachusetts, circa 1825 47
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Dwarf Clock
Sold for: 300 USD
September 2009
Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock attributed to Wadsworth Turner, 28" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 644 USD
September 2009
Federal style pillar and scroll clock, 31" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 313 USD
July 2009
Federal Inlaid Walnut Tall Case Clock Height 7 feet 6 inches, width 18 inches, depth 11 inches.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 850 USD
July 2009
Federal mahogany tall case clock early 19th century H: 88 1/3 in., W: 17 1/4 in., D: 8 5/8 in. PROVENANCE: Greenleaf Retirement Home, Moorestown, New Jersey
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,775 USD
June 2009
Charles Cooper (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), Federal inlaid cherrywood tall case clock, early 19th c., the case with a rosette swan neck crest, above a decorated dial with phases of the moon register and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 293 USD
May 2009
Birge Fuller late Federal mantle clock, 19th c., 33 1/2" h. x 15 1/2" w.
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Mantel Clock
Sold for: 600 USD
May 2009
Federal Cherry and Figured Maple Tall Case Clock Possibly Ohio or Kentucky, Circa 1820 Having a cream painted pine dial with black Arabic numerals enclosed within pink rose blossom spandrels and an
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,200 USD
May 2009
Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock Possibly New Jersey, Circa 1810 Having a cream painted and parcel gilt sheet-iron dial with black painted Roman and Arabic numerals encircling a seconds subsidiary
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 750 USD
April 2009
Federal Parcel Gilt Mahogany and Eglomise Banjo Clock First quarter of the 19th century The brass bezel with convex glass enclosing an enameled dial, above an eglomise waist and square panel depicting
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 11,115 USD
April 2009
Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1810, the castle top bonnet with eagle inlay enclosing an eight day works with moon phase and painted face, signed Daniel Oyster Reading , over a line
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 11,115 USD
April 2009
Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1810, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works with moon phase and painted face, signed Daniel Oyster Reading , above a line inlaid case, 94
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,000 USD
April 2009
Federal Walnut tall clock possibly reading, late 18th / early 19th century Double scroll cresting with floral rosettes, urn and flame finials, dentil molding to scrolls, arched face door with slender
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Tall Clock
Sold for: 6,435 USD
February 2009
Chester County, Pennsylvania Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1820, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works, signed G.W. Baldwin , over a case with chamfered corners and turned feet,
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 4,680 USD
February 2009
Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1815, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works, signed Joseph Thomas Norristown , over a line inlaid case with French feet, 99" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,872 USD
February 2009
Federal mahogany banjo clock, early 19th c., 44" h.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 158,500 USD
January 2009
THE IMPORTANT JOSIAH COTTON FEDERAL INLAID AND PARCEL-GILT MAHOGANY DWARF TALL-CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY CALVIN BAILEY, MASSACHUSETTS CIRCA 1800 Dial inscribed: Made for Josiah Cotton BY-CALVIN BAILEY .
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 11,250 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL CASE-CLOCK, NEW YORK OR NEW JERSEY CIRCA 1800 Saddleboard replaced. Works possibly associated.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 12,500 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY BENJAMIN GUILD, NEW JERSEY CIRCA 1800 Feet restored. Works associated with case.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 50,000 USD
January 2009
THE DU BOIS FAMILY VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, ROCKING SHIP WORKS BY EFFINGHAM EMBREE, NEW YORK CIRCA 1800
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,750 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, PROBABLY NEW YORK OR NEW JERSEY CIRCA 1800 Feet replaced.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,125 USD
January 2009
A FINE FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK, NEW YORK OR NEW JERSEY CIRCA 1800
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 43,750 USD
January 2009
A Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall-Case Clock Dial Signed by Aaron Willard Jr. (1783-1864), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1810 Dial signed WARRANTED/by Aaron Willard Jr./BOSTON 95½ in. high, 17½ in.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 6,250 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL RED-PAINTED PINE TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY JOHN KETTERER, DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA DATED 1837 Dial inscribed John.Ketterer Doylestown 1837 . Appears to retain its original finials and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 6,250 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL CHERRYWOOD TALL-CASE CLOCK, JACOB SARGEANT, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT CIRCA 1795 Case retains a dark old surface. Fret-work and finial plinths restored.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 8,750 USD
January 2009
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY ISAAC BROKAW, BRIDGETOWN, NEW JERSEY CIRCA 1805 Indistinctly inscribed in chalk on back board.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 10,281 USD
October 2008
FINE INLAID MAHOGANY FEDERAL TALL CASE CLOCK, possibly Albany, New York, ca 1790-1820. The brass 8-day, weight driven, time, strike and date American movement, steel dial, shell painted spandrels and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,525 USD
October 2008
FEDERAL TALL CASE CLOCK IN CHERRY, New York, ca 1780-1800, with poplar secondary. The painted dial with seconds dial above and arched cut-out calendar window below, spandrels with sea shells and
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 732 USD
September 2008
Bishop Bradley Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, ca. 1820, 30 1/2" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 2,574 USD
September 2008
Federal style diminutive tall case clock, late 19th c. with rocking ship movement, 58 1/2" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 98,500 USD
September 2008
AN IMPORTANT FEDERAL EAGLE-INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY MUSICAL TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY GEORGE LONG, HANOVER, PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1800 Appears to retain its original weights and winding key. Finials
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 21,250 USD
September 2008
A VERY FINE AND RARE FEDERAL FIGURED MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK, THE DIAL INSCRIBED BY WILLIAM THOMPSON, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND CIRCA 1790 The case and works imported from England .
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Bracket Clock
Sold for: 322 USD
September 2008
Federal style banjo clock with wall bracket, 45" h. total.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 146 USD
September 2008
New Haven Clock Co. Federal style banjo clock, 43" h.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 16,250 USD
September 2008
A FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY DWARF CLOCK, THE DIAL SIGNED BY JAMES C. COLE, ROCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE CIRCA 1815 With restorations .
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Dwarf Clock
Sold for: 1,521 USD
September 2008
Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1810, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an 8-day works with painted face, above a case with chamfered corners and bracket feet, 92 1/2" h.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 5,382 USD
September 2008
New Jersey Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1800, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an 8-day works with moon phase, over a case with star inlays and fluted quarter columns supported by bracket feet,
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,220 USD
September 2008
Rare late Federal triple decker mantle clock by Dyer, Wadsworth Co., Augusta Georgia, 38 1/2" h.
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Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,464 USD
September 2008
Connecticut late Federal mahogany mantle clock by Jeromes Darrow, 42 1/2" h.
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Mantel Clock
Sold for: 497 USD
September 2008
Connecticut late Federal mahogany mantle clock by Birge, Mallory Co., 38 1/4" h.
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Mantel Clock
Sold for: 37,500 USD
September 2008
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TALL-CASE CLOCK DIAL SIGNED BY AARON WILLARD (1744-1857), ROXBURY OR BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, 1800-1810 Dial signed AARON WILLARD 99½ in. high, 19 5/8 in. wide, 10 in.
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 27,500 USD
September 2008
A FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY "ROCKING-SHIP" TALL-CASE CLOCK DIAL SIGNED BY GARDNER PARKER (1772-1816), WESTBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1790 Dial signed Warranted by G. Parker 94¼ in. high, 18 7/8
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 427 USD
September 2008
New England late Federal banjo clock, ca. 1820, 29" h.
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Banjo Clock
Sold for: 1,287 USD
September 2008
Pennsylvania or Maryland Federal cherry tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet enclosing a 30-hour works, signed indistinctly "John ___", over a case with chamfered corners and turned
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 11,875 USD
September 2008
A FEDERAL INLAID AND FIGURED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, WORKS BY ALEX FRAZIER, YORKTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1805 The dial inscribed Alex Frazier Yorktown . The false plate marked Ashwin Co . The
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Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 468 USD
September 2008
Federal style pillar and scroll clock, the face inscribed Shreve Crump Low Co., Boston Chelsea, 31" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 488 USD
September 2008
Wadsworths Federal mahogany pillar scroll clock, ca. 1820.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 644 USD
September 2008
E.Terry Sons Federal mahogany pillar and scroll clock, 31 1/2" h.
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Pillar Scroll Clock
Sold for: 1,150 USD
July 2008
FEDERAL PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK First Half of the 19th Century With label of Eli Terry & Sons. In mahogany with original glasses. Height 31."
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