Late Eighteenth to Early Nineteenth Century American Cherry Tallcase Clock [Longcase or Grandfather Clock], Attributed to Calvin or John Bailey, Hanover, Massachussetts with Rocking Ship Dial and Skeletonized Movement
Late eighteenth to early nineteenth century cherry Massachusetts tallcase clock [longcase or grandfather clock] with mechanics attributed to Calvin or John Bailey, Hanover, Massachusetts. Eight day time and strike movement is completely skeletonized [see photo], internal countwheel striking, wooden winding drums, original wooden dial with rocking ship [original]. Dial is in its original state with no over paint. Weights are filled canisters, pendulum rod is wood and original. Feet, fret, and finials are original, as is all the glass. Clock is in fine running order. Measures approx. 92" in height, 18" in width at base, 9" depth at the base.