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A 19th century Scottish mahogany long case clock, signed Andw. Stevinson Kirkcaldy, the swan neck pediment above an engraved silvered and gilt Roman numeral dial with a subsidiary seconds dial, aperture' data-content='A date aperture is a cut out section in the face of a watch or clock, displaying the day of the month.'>date aperture and Arabesque pattern spandrels are usually of cast brass and may be additonally chased and engraved. On painted dial clocks the spandrels are also usually painted.'>spandrel ornaments, having an eight day weight driven movement with an anchor escapement, above an arched rectangular casement door, 231.5 cm high.

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