Lot 199
Property of Various Owners

William IV Scottish Satinwood and Ebonized Wood Rope Inlaid Satinwood and Mahogany Tall Case Clock
Circa 1830-1840
Having a sheet-iron black Roman numeral dial with subsidiary minute and date dials within painted spandrels depicting the continents of Europe, Asia, Africa and America; beneath a lunette painted with an interior family scene titled The Cotters Saturday Night above a panel door with interior having a printed paper label for JAS. Anderson/ Watch & Clock Maker, Westhaven. The eagle finial replaced; some cracks to plinth; lacking pendulum.
Height: 85 in (215.9 cm)
Estimate $700-1,000

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Sold for $1,500