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The rear of the moon disc and the frontplate of the movement are both signed, one scratched the other punched, by the clockmaker Thomas Pear of Stafford who is recorded as working at 4, Marston Road, Stafford, from before 1880 until at least 1896 and beyond. This mark would indicate that he did some repairs/restorations on this clock at sometime.
|Height||93.00 inch||(236.22 cm)|