A rare and highly sought after 18th century oak cased chain wind striking 30 hour brass dial longcase clock with rolling moon by Thomas Lister, (Luddendon Yorkshire 1718-1799).
The 12" arched dial has scrolling spandrels enclosing a raised chapter ring around an engraved dial centre with arched aperture revealing the working date wheel behind. In the arch are the maker's details over a 29 day lunar wheel which advances slightly every 12 hours in conjunction with the waxing and waning of the moon. This fine arched dial clock has a flat top hood with Greek key moulding over a plain arch atop integral Â¾ round gilt enhanced door pilasters. The plain trunk has a flat top trunk door over a square base with shaped bracket plinth.
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Dimensions: Height: 7'1" Width: 1'5"