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257. A Queen Anne and later walnut and seaweed marquetry longcase clock by R. Baterson of London, the brass movement of one month duration with five turned and finned pillars with an anchor escapement and an outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the eleven inch dial with a silvered chapter ring, with Roman and Arabic numerals, the centre with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture and signed ‘R. Baterson London’, with gilt mask and foliage spandrels, the case inlaid with scrolling leaves and cherubs, the hood with a hinged door, the trunk door with a glass lenticle, on bracket feet, 212.8cm high. £4,000-6,000 Provenance: Sold by the executors of the late Pamela Spater (d.2018), Amersham, Buckinghamshire.
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