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ENGLISH MAHOGANY CASE CLOCK - Circa 1810-1820
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ENGLISH MAHOGANY CASE CLOCK - Circa 1810-1820 English Tall Case Clock by Charles Tutton of Bath time and strike with seconds and date bits 12'' painted...


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