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cabinet looks to be maple. weights are lead . Need information off the back of the movement and any information found on case
American, pine carcass,,,,maybe 1800-1820s
The dial and probably the movement behind it, is late 18th to early 19th century. It may be English or American. There is probably a "false plate" connecting the dial to the movement, and this will likely have a name cast or punched into it, which will indicate the origin of at least the dial. There was probably also a signature on the dial, which may be visible under strong or black light.
Sadly, values are rock bottom these days.
One I sold:
So, wholesale as is, 250-500, retail all done: 1100-1600. This is 1/2 of what they were 10+ years ago.
real value will depend on the movement and MFG company. To give a value without knowing the facts for me would be wrong.
True enough but barring something extraordinary...
I sell many GF clocks per year. They can go $300 to $300,000 if one has a real rare GF clock. I always tell my help research is key