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Charlie Chaplin owned and screen-used Grandfather Clock
An Arts and Crafts style grandfather clock constructed of mahogany and glass, having a nicely detailed face (some parts not present) used in the early Chaplin comedy short film "How To Make Movies" (1918). Later, the clock was present in Chaplin's office at his Hollywood studio. Also present is a letter of authenticity and images of the clock as seen on-screen in the film.77 inches height.