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Andrew Crawshaw (1779-1844)

Biography of clockmaker Andrew Crawshaw (1779-1844)

Andrew Crawshaw (1779-1844) was born in 1779. He is recorded as working in the High Street of Rotherham in Yorkshire.

He was the son of the clockmaker James Crawshaw, was married in 1800 and died in 1844.

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Lot FS13/509

Lot FS13/509: Andrew Crawshaw, Rotherham, An Oak Year-duration Longcase Clock

Andrew Crawshaw, Rotherham, an oak year-duration longcase clock, the timepiece movement with a double-weight drive, dead-beat escapement, five-spoke wheelwork, tapered plates and engraved on the backplate with the maker's name 'Crawshaw, Rotherham', the round twelve-inch painted convex dial with black Roman numerals, counter-balanced blued steel hands and with repeat signature, the tapered oak case with a round top and gadrooned moulding below the hood, height: 207cm.

Estimate: £700 - £900
Realised: £3,600