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clock by John Holroyd of Wakefield

An eight-day clock in oak of about 1730 by John Holroyd of Wakefield, this case crossbanded in fruitwood and with fruitwood pillars, and trimmed with walnut for the topmost moulding and the moulding below the hood.
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