This clock dates to 1841-1842 and has an original brass dial, upper glass with reverse-painted corner spandrels, and a nice example of a reverse-painted tablet.
Label printed by Elihu Geer. No printer’s line, but corner blocks (see examples below) identify the printer.
Detail of label showing representation of Holy Communion. For more information on religious imagery in clock labels, go to my research interests page.
Detail of label showing Veronica’s Veil
Type 1.211 30-hr movement, stamped “NO 5158″