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Please tell me what the case is made of.
From my research, your clock has a retail antiques store value of $950-1100 assuming good condition.
A private seller to a dealer or at auction can expect 30-60% of retail value.
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I thought you might like to see what a clock like yours sold for on eBay....$650. Please remember that eBay is an auction, not retail site. The price I quoted you is retail value.
The eBay clock may be in walnut, but it has a few condition issues. You describe yours in good condition.
See the following image.
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Let me know,Doris