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ARSONIA FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK. Eight day time/strike
© GARTH'S AUCTIONS, Delaware, OH, USA

ARSONIA FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK. Eight day time/strike with porcelain dial and brass works. Depicts a seated Roman figure. 14 1/2'' h. Condition reports...


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