A rare antique grandfather clock made by John Osgood, Haverhill, New Hampshire, circa 1800.
This antique grandfather clock was made by John Osgood of Haverhill, New Hampshire. The eight day brass movement is engraved # 18 and has a painted dial with moon phase and a calendar aperture. The Roxbury type Federal tall clock case has a tombstone door above a base panel with an inlaid oval fan and is raised on ogee bracket feet. The case retains an exceptional old surface and is attributed to cabinet maker Dudley Carleton. Illustrated in, Early American Clocks; Don Maust, E.G Warman Publishing Co, 1971 Page 18. The brass movement is of eight day duration and is in fine running condition. This antique grandfather clock has an excellent family history.
Height including finial: 102"; Width: 20 1/2"
Price upon request.
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