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TREASURE HOUSE QUALITY GRANDMOTHER CLOCK ( WITH CHIME)

Age. Less than 50 years old
Composition. Wood, veneer, brass, black, metal, glass
Size. 76” high, 9” wide, 15” deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This clock has a metal dial with fancy plastic hands and a wood/wood veneer case. It sounds a partial tune on the quarters as well half and does the complete tune as well as reports the hours but the hands need adjusting to coincide. It has a brass pendulum and a pair of opening glass doors in the front. The woods finish has minor wear, shade variations and a nice warm brown hue. This clock is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, minor wood wear and light soiling. Give it a polish and this one’s ready for your home. Consignor says it works and it comes with a 14 day from end of auction guarantee.

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