Eight-day Tall Clock Signed William Crane, Stoughton, Massachusetts, c. 1800, arch-top red-stained pine case, freestanding square reeded columns flanking the painted roman numeral sheet brass dial with gilt spandrels, chime/silent in the arch, signed William Crane Stoughton, four-panel carved waist door, stepped and carved midsection molding, and shaped base, associated eight-day time and hour-strike five-pillar movement, regulated by a brass-faced pendulum and two tin-cased weights, ht. 85 in.
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