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Lot 133: Movements- 4 (Four): Three wood and one English brass movements. (1) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c1809 (2) English, 30 hour, time and strike weight brass movement and unsigned dial, c1835 (3) Connecticut, 30

Lots 1-520: Watch & Clockmaker's Shop, Tools, Parts & Clocks

by R.O. Schmitt Fine Arts, LLC

October 22, 2016

Manchester, NH, USA

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  • Movements- 4 (Four): Three wood and one English brass movements. (1) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c1809 (2) English, 30 hour, time and strike weight brass movement and unsigned dial, c1835 (3) Connecticut, 30
  • Movements- 4 (Four): Three wood and one English brass movements. (1) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c1809 (2) English, 30 hour, time and strike weight brass movement and unsigned dial, c1835 (3) Connecticut, 30
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Description: Movements- 4 (Four): Three wood and one English brass movements. (1) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c1809 (2) English, 30 hour, time and strike weight brass movement and unsigned dial, c1835 (3) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c1820 (4) Connecticut, 30 hour, time and strike weight wood tall clock movement, c18150

Condition Report: (1) Movement looks to be a Porter contract model that someone has modified by adding their own version of a calendar wheel. The hour wheel and the bell are missing. (2) The crutch wire that meshes with the pendulum is broken off. The original painted dial is in need of restoration as the numbers have been poorly restored. (3) This appears to be a Hoadley movement. There is some damage to the seatboard. The fan and the bell are missing. (4) This is a movement made in Waterbury, Conn. possibly one the Harrisons. The intermediate wheel for the calendar and the bell are missing.

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