Grandfather Clock Appraisal at Nugent Appraisal Service
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Grandfather Clock Appraisal

Grandfather Clock Appraisal

Scottish Longcase Clock19th century Scottish Grandfather tall-case clock. Crafted in the Gothic style and manner, featuring double spires and a centralized gothic fret, an 8 day movement with weights and a centralized pendulum that consists of a steel rod and a brass-faced bob.  The central dial is square with arched top, and large minute ring surrounding the roman numerals. There also is a seconds aperture above the main dial. The case itself has many features of the traditional Scottish Longcase clock. The ornate hands are original to the clock, and the clock is plainly marked by the maker Hugh Cornell, Glasgow.

Replacement Value: $22,000+


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