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WILLIAM HILL. An unusual mid-18th century ebonised table clock.

WILLIAM HILL. An unusual mid-18th century ebonised table clock. WILLIAM HILL. An unusual mid-18th century ebonised table clock. WILLIAM HILL. An unusual mid-18th century ebonised table clock.
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WILLIAM HILL. An unusual mid-18th century ebonised table clock.

Origin
Walsingham
Date
circa 1753 - 1764

An unusual mid-18th century ebonised inverted bell table clock, the 8-day timepiece movement with brass dial and phases of the moon and repeatwork on six bells.

 Date: circa 1753 - 1764

 Height: 19 in (48 cm)

Width: 11 ½ in (29 cm)

Depth: 7 ⅜ (18.5 cm)

* William Hill Junior is recorded in Brian Loomes’ Clockmakers of the World as working in Walsingham, Norfolk from 1753 until 1764 when he was declared bankrupt.

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