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Tobey Gothic Revival Chiming hall clock

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Lot 0054 Details

Description
A late 19th/early 20th century Gothic Revival Oak Hall clock by Tobey & Co., Chicago, IL. model 31023 . High quality 8-day Brass three weight movement by "Joseph Jennens, Skinner Street, Clerkenwell, London" with quarter hour striking on eight bells (Whittington) or four coiled gongs (Westminster) with fifth hour gong, finely engraved Brass dial with Silvered Chapter, seconds, Chime/Silent and Chime selector rings with upper painted Moon phase with Silvered date register and hemispheres. Exceptionally well carved case attributed to R. J. Horner & Co. with Gothic spires, upper Jester figure and hood side balcony's supported by carved Gargoyles, carved open work waist door and lower panel with mask and Gothic tracery, carved linen-fold side panels. Original dark finish with slight wear, some tarnish on dial, running and striking and chiming correctly when cataloged. 107" high overall. ESTIMATE $25,000-35,000 Reference: Tran Duy Ly "Longcase Clocks and Standing Regulators" page 421, plate 976.
Condition
Original dark finish with slight wear, some tarnish on dial, running and striking and chiming correctly when cataloged.
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Tobey Gothic Revival Chiming hall clock

Estimate $25,000 - $35,000Oct 12, 2019
Starting Price $12,000
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