Longcase Clock by George Goulde

SOUTH MOLTON, DEVON

c. 1790
George Goulde longcase clock

A George III mahogany longcase with 11" square brass dial and 30-hour birdcage movement. The solid mahogany case standing 79" high, the hood with period glass. The case is solid and a dark mahogany with a good patina and some very fine mouldings. Turned hood columns with plain brass capitals attached to the door. The dial has steel hands and fine engraving of a country scene to the centre with calendar below. Original chain drive, old weight and period pendulum.

George Goulde of South Molton is a recorded watchmaker of 1784-1795[1].


references:
1. G H Baillie, Watchmakers & Clockmakers of the World, Vol. 1.

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Height: 79 inches (201 cm)
Price: SOLD

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