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I would like to find the value of a antique Grandfather

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I would like to find the value of a antique Grandfather Clock i have, the second name on the face is Ormskirk the first apears to be Wonoll or Wonall? The clock is not currently working but in good shape, I believe is was wound to thight at one time.
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 11 months ago.


Your tall case Georgian clock sates to circa 1800 and was by Atkinson Ormskirk. These sell for $450 - $500 on today's market in non-working condition. The best way to sell would be through Craigslist or a Facebook sales forum in your area as well as through a local consignment shop or your newspaper. Ebay is great, however I do not recommend using Ebay in this case because shipping/packing this would be rather challenging.

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Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Please provide the source of your valuation, and had perviously been qouted a $18,000 range for the clock.
Thank you
Expert:  Nora replied 11 months ago.


I used past auction records that are in a sales database;


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