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30 hour longcase clock by James Nicholson from Fareham, Hampshire. Oak case with long locking trunk door and flat top hood. 11" square original painted dial. Blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6'1" height

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30 hour longcase clock by John Bates from Cuckfield, Sussex. Oak case with single mahogany veneer line above hood door. Locking trunk door and hood door catch. 12" square original white painted dial with floral painted corners and subsidiary seconds dial. The clock has matching blued steel hands. The movement strikes the hours on a bell.

Height 6'6" Dial 12" square

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Antque Longcase clock by John Bates
Mid 18th century 30 hour longcase clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Oak case with long locking trunk door and flat top hood 11" square dial with silvered chapter ring and subsidiary calendar dial. The hands a of blued steel. Top quality Avenell movement strikes the hours on a bell.

Height 6' 9" Dial 11" square

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Mid 18th century 30 hour longcase clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Oak case with long locking front door and flat top to hood. 11" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring and subsidiary calendar dial. This is a one handed clock with 15 minute divisions on the inner chapter ring The typical high quality Avenell movement strikes the hours on a bell.

Height 6'6"" 11" square dial

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Antique Surrey Longcase clock
Mid 18th century oak cased 30 hour single hand long-case clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. 11" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, cast brass spandrels, and makers name cartouche. Nicely shaped Blued steel hand. Usual high quality Avenell movement strikes the hours on a bell.

11" square dial 6'7" height

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Antique 18th Century Longcase clock
Early 19th century 30 hour longcase clock by John Wynne from Alresford, Hampshire. 11" square original white painted dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and conch shell pattern corners. Blued steel hands. Oak case with single ebony line above hood door. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

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30 hour longcase clock
Oak cased 30 hour longcase clock by Stephen Wilmshurst from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Two hand 10" square brass dial with birdcage movement, striking the hours on a bell.

Dial, 10" square Height 6'8"

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Antique Longcase clock, Basingstoke, Hampshire
Description to follow.19th century 30 hour longcase clock by John Lasseter from High street Arundel, West Sussex. Mahogany case using fine flame veneers with original trunk door and hood door locks. 12" square white painted dial with Roman numerals and floral patterned corners. Subsidiary seconds dial with matching blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

12" square dial

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Long case clock by John Lasster from Arundel
19th century mahogany cased 30 hour longcase clock by William Mannings from Steyning, Sussex. Pretty painted 12" square dial with additional seconds and calendar dials. Matching original blued steel hands. Case retains the original trunk door lock, and hood door catch. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

12" square dial 6'8" height

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 longcase clock by William Mannings from Steyning,
Early 19th century 30 hour longcase clock by John Wood from Stroud, Gloucestershire. 11" square painted dial with floral corner decoration. Subsidiary calendar and seconds dials. Blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell. Oak case with inlaid shell paterae on door.

Height 6` 3"

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 Longcase clock
Mid 18th century thirty hour single hand longcase clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Nicely proportioned and coloured oak case. Ten inch square brass dial with engraved and silvered chapter ring and dial centre. With roccoco style spandrels and a single blued steel hand. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6`3" height 10" square dial

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Early 19th century, 8 day longcase clock by James Gregory from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Oak case with long locking front door. 12" square "Wilson" dial with calendar and seconds dial. Repair marks on dial back starting in 1813. Geometric pattern corners with small oval paintings. Original matching blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6`6" height 12" square dial

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