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| Early 18th Century Walnut longcase clock by Christopher Gould of London Circa 1700.
Christopher Gould was a well respected clock-maker from London who was producing some of the finest clocks in the city in the late 17th and early 18th century .
His skills and ability allowed him to be admitted into the Clock-makers Company as a free Brother in 1682 at a time where the likes of Joseph Knibb and Thomas Tompion where producing some stunning clocks the title Free Brother held great sway in the City and to become a Free Brothers was seen to be a highly prize achievement .
Fortunately he was a better clock-maker than a businessman as he was declared bankrupt in 1705 from which date he relied on the clock-makers company for a pension from 1713 to his death in 1718 .
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