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05/31/2020 08:54 AM
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ANTIQUE OAK GINGERBREAD CLOCK

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Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 23 inches high, 15 inches wide, 4 inches deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This clock was made by Gilbert and has a solid oak case, brass works as well as an ornate pendulum. The case has fancy pressed designs as well as cut embellishments. The clock gongs on the half and reports the hours but the hands need adjusting so that they coincide. The woods golden oak finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and still accentuates the woods grain. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, minor wood wear, has a well-worn paper dial cover and soiling/stains. We could not get it to run continuously so this item is being sold as is. Needs work if you got the time.

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