Mechanical - 8-day movement - Hourly bell strike
English longcase clock by John Olding
Has a pendulum and weights
Mechanically the clock works for 6 days - hourly strike
Beautiful old clock with a lot of history
Clock is wound with pendulum key.
wind it up every five days by turning the key to the left
with old bell.
movement with alarm function
- the movement works
- 210 x 45 x 23 cm
- pendulum length 100 cm
- the clock comes with a winding key
- this lot can be picked up in Scherpenzeel, the Netherlands
The clock was made by John Olding from Wincanton, Somerset, in 1801. It has an eight-day movement and has an hourly bell strike. Complete.
Has a painted enamel decorated face with a second hand and a date aperture. The clock has belonged to a local family for over forty years. John Olding is mentioned in Somerset Clockmakers, by J.K. Bellchambers, pulished by The Antiiquarian Horological Society, 1968. as the maker of this clock.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Scherpenzeel (Netherlands). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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