Silas Hoadley Transitional Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case topped by a stenciled splat with split columns flanking the full length door, all on French feet, painted wood Arabic numeral dial, lower tablet stenciled and reverse-painted, printed maker's label on inside of backboard, thirty-hour, ivory bushed, wood, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 29 in.
Some paint loss on dial. Label brittle with losses in weight channels. Movement may need cleaning for proper operation. Case refinished and columns repainted.
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