The clock has handpainted numbers, 1 - 12 and in a faded colour above each number from 1 - 12, are numbers 5 to 60, (eg 5 is above 1, 10 is above 2 etc) also below the number 30 is painted 1776, possibly the year. I'm not an expert with wood, but best guess is it is mahogany. Height 2.10cm x Width 45cm x Depth 23cm The weight and swinging pendulum still with clock, missing is the turn key.
Sorry, no history, father-inlaw who owned it, passed away in 1968, with all the history and knowledge about it.
Good afternoon, Wesley,
Thank you for submitting photographs to Mearto for appraisal. This is a:
Late George III mahogany(?) longcase clock
Handpainted white enamel dial inscribed C. Kelvey / Gainsboro (for Charles Kelvey, Gainsborough UK)
Late 18th (possibly 1776)
With weight and pendulum, lacking key
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