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Thank you for your patience. Your Colonial long case clock could sell for up to $5000 on today's market. The provenance, or former ownership, helps with sale-ability, but does not add more to value in this case. I do not recommend offering this direct to a dealer, as a dealer will offer 10% - 30% of lowest perceived value. I suggest a local consignment shop who will pick this up and move it safely for you. You can also try listing it online through Craigslist or a Facebook sale forum in your area. As well, you can try Chairish.com. The benefit of Chairish is that they send a white glove service at the buyers expense to move and ship this for you. You do not want to handle the packing and shipping logistics of a clock, which is difficult.
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