Very Good Antique Tavern Clock. Rare 2 Train/ Striking. Flame Mahogany. Early 19c
March 7, 2020
Very Good Antique Tavern Clock. Rare 2 Train/ Striking. Quite a rare clock, similar in principle to an antique longcase clock but designed to attach to a wall. You see more of these in single train (non-striking) format but the two train ones are rarer. A beautiful piece and very impressive you can get an idea of the size compared to some of my other clocks in the pictures. 14 round dial, the dome-topped case measuring 40 high by 18 maximum width. Actually more practical than a longcase clock in that it can be mounted according to ceiling height. Excellent quality case with flame mahogany figuring to the front. No name on the dial but falseplate stamped Finnemore, Birmingham which dates it to the first half of the 1800s. The movement is similar to typical 8-day longcase movements of the period but with different gearing because of the shorter weight-fall. The smaller line barrels can be seen in the pictures. Original steel hands in typical early 19. The clock has been serviced and is fully working. Complete with weights, pendulum, winder and trunk door key (working lock). The item “Very Good Antique Tavern Clock. Rare 2 Train/ Striking. Flame Mahogany. Early 19c” is in sale since Sunday, March 1, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antique Clocks\Wall Clocks\Pre-1900″. The seller is “georgella123″ and is located in Yeovil. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.