S.B. Terry Mahogany Wall Clock, Terryville, Connecticut, c. 1840, the case with turned bezel over the 11-in. painted wood roman numeral dial, rectangular wood panel lower door with lenticle, unusual eight-day brass movement with square back plate, skeletonized circular front plate secured by tabs to the three pillars, label inside lower door marked Silas B, Terry, Horologist, Manufacturer of Clocks, Timepieces and Regulators, Plymouth, Conn., powered by a iron weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 35 in.
Dial crack running from3 to 9. Movement original.
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