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I have a very old clock it has a almost unreadable tag on

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I have a very old clock it has a almost unreadable tag on the back . All of the things I can read I will tell you. I can make out the word MANUFACTURE below that is a partial word that says WAS or G. A date 1821. That is it. It is either a balloon clock or a ball clock. I am not educated in clocks. The wood is very dark and it looks very old. It has a pendulum and a little glass door that looks onto the Pendulum and the face of a bell. That is about it.
Margaret Harding Davis Thank you
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Tim in Antiques replied 1 year ago.

Hi Margaret

Good day my name is Tim

I am a Certified IRS Qualified Appraiser. It will be a pleasure to put my expertise, libraries, resources, and experience in the field to work for you.

I need to see images of the clock. One of the whole clock front and the works in back plus one of any marks.

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