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Eli Terry Federal inlaid and painted cherry tall-case clock Plymouth, Connecticut, circa 1810 Private collection

My guess is that this is the church on the top of the hill in Sterling Connecticut near where I grew up.

Beautiful fall leaves in Connecticut.

With the help of Yankee peddlers, clockmaker Eli Terry turned clocks from expensive timepieces to something to average farmer couldn’t live without.

An unsigned tiger maple tall case clock, circa 1805. Nice!

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