Unique very early USA clockmaker F. LaPulsifer Boston which I attributed to a Freeman Pulsifer b1740 d1793 (closest match I could find on genealogysites). Clock is approximately 31-1/2" tall with a 7-1/2" dial. Case has some repairs, and is missing some small pieces of moldingon the front. Glass tablet appears original and has a crack. Heavy 1 weight driven brass movement. All complete, currently not running. Likely needs to be serviced. I could find minimal information on this Boston Massachusettsclock maker. May be a very rare thing to fins if you collect early American makers. Sold as-is for parts or restoration only.
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