William Grant was most likely an Aaron Willard Apprentice. He worked up until 1835 when his business was sold and taken over by another famous Boston Clockmaker William Pratt, one of his apprentices. The Grant timepiece is typical of the second generation Willard School of clockmakers: steel crutch, single center bolt rear mounting, recoil escapement, single bridge suspension, barbed steel hands. Please read condition report above. One of the nicest things about this clock is the originality: especially the signed heavy painted iron dial & the original wooden panels. The wooden tablets are original and have great color and patina. There are NO extra holes behind the dial or movement. The clock runs and keeps good time. Overall dimensions: 33 1/2 X 10 X 4 inches with a 7 5/8 inch dial & 6 1/2 inch time track. The weight will be removed and wrapped/packed/shipped separately. S/H/I via AIR USPS Priority Mail is fixed at $ 125. You are welcome to pick up the clock in person at not charge. Please see our other items for sale and visit our site if you have a chance. If you have any questions please call or text to 973 723 7947 SMS Text & Voice. Steve Petrucelli Adams Brown Company, Cranbury NJ. Thanks for looking.
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