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Small Antique Regency Mahogany London Longcase ClockRichard Morse, Charing Cross, London.Circa 1830High quality case with fine mouldings and veneers, fine fretted top pediment with 3 brass ball finials.8-day, 4 pillar movement with shaped plates, most likely by Thwaites, London.12 inch silvered dial with seconds and calendar subsidiary dials, signed Morse, Charing Cross.Dimensions taken at their greatest points;84 inches / 7 foot/ 214cm High16.5 inches / 42cm Wide9 inches / 23cm Deep.12 inch / 30.5cm DialFrom LoomesMorse & Co, London. 1839Richard Morse, London. 1844-64From the 1841 London censusResidents in Charing Cross included Charles Prater the army clothier at No. 2, William Jolley the glover at No.7, Richard Morse the watchmaker at No. 30, Johnston the confectioner at No. 10, and Stubbing the butcher at No. 17.The movement most likely by Thwaites, London.The Thwaites business was founded in London by Aynsworth Thwaites in about 1760 and traded as Aynsworth & John Thwaites when father and son were in partnership. John Thwaites traded under his own name from circa 1780 until 1817 when he took his wife’s nephew, George Jeremiah Reed, into partnership. The Thwaites and Reed business continued into the late 20th century
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