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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | Los Angeles, Hour 1 | PBS

Duration: 03:09

www.pbs.org/antiques/archive A valuable 18th-century Aaron Willard shelf clock turns up at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Los Angeles, California, passed down by the guest's great-great-great grandfather. Appraiser Sean Delaney explains that the clock represents the earliest form of a Massachusetts shelf clock and was made by the brother of the renowned clockmaker Simon Willard.

Preview this and more American-made clocks in Roadshow's video Archive Online at www.pbs.org/antiques/archive

Watch ANTIQUES ROADSHOW on PBS, Monday nights at 8 PM ET (check local listings).

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Post Date: May 27, 2008