That is awesome!A reproduction of a John Townsend tall case clock originally built in 1765, the original clock lives in the Met in NYC. It's one of the very few pieces that have been signed by John Townsend himself.
The clock is constructed from Mahogany as the primary and Poplar as the secondary. I modeled the clock in Sketchup using photo's from the Met and some photo's I took during a visit to the Met. It is easily the hardest piece I have every built.
It's not the best picture I have ever taken, the clock is so tall (98 1/4"), invariably I am always taking pictures of the lights in the shop because of the height. The clock currently has a dummy dial and movement, I think (?) I have a well known clock maker building a 18th century movement and brass dial for this case.
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Can you post some more pictures? maybe some close-ups of the hood and foot / feet?