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Title: Longcase clock
Clockmaker: Hermann Achenbach (German, born 1730, active before 1759–92)
Clockmaker: Johann Schmidt (German, 1735–1795)
Case by David Roentgen (German, Herrnhaag 1743–1807 Wiesbaden, master 1780)
Marquetry panel by Reusch
Marquetry panel after a design by Thomas Chippendale (British, baptised Otley, West Yorkshire 1718–1779 London)
Date: ca. 1774–75
Culture: German, Neuwied am Rhein
Medium: Case: oak veneered with maple, burl woods, holly, and hornbeam (all partly stained), and other woods; mother-of-pearl; gilded bronze; and brass; Dial: partly gilded and partly silvered brass and enameled and painted copper; Movement: brass and steel
Dimensions: Overall: 122 1/2 × 27 × 16 in. (311.2 × 68.6 × 40.6 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edgar Worch, in memory of her husband, 1975
Accession Number: 1975.101
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