Antique Primitive Hand Painted Signed Wood Grandfather Clock Face Movement Bell
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Antique Primitive Hand Painted Signed Wood Grandfather Clock Face Movement Bell:
Antique, Primitive, Hand Painted and SignedWood Grandfather Clock Face with Movement and Bell
Face diameter: 11.25"Bell diameter: 4"Approximate Weight: 5+ lbs.
I love clocks, but know very little about them. Yet, I know a great find when I see it and I believe that is exactly what this clock face with the movement and bell is. I wish I knew the signature on the back of the clock face, but I leave that to a clock expert todecipher. The clock face is wood and the spools within the movement are also wood. There is cord attached to the clock and while I know it is not original, I am leaving it in place. Also, at the end of one cord is a wooden pulley. I have no idea if this pulley was once part of the original workings of this clock or not, but include it just in case.
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