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[[heading]] 1885. New York Office. Orders. [[/heading]]
Oct. 28th
Ship to N.Y. Office by frt.
for Simpson & Proddow, New York. Estey Piano Co.
1 #2 Time Tower Clock.
Number of dials 4
Diam. ""[[dittos for: of dials]] 8ft.
Thickness ""[[dittos for: of dials]] Ill. 
Square of tower  21ft. 8in.
Dials above or below clock floor - Above
Clock floor to centre of dials - 6ft. 6in.
Fall for weight - 27ft.
Hands & figs. to be gilt or black,  black.
Name of building - Estey Piano Factory.
4 8ft. Sectional Dials
Put up, no carpenter work or piping.
Have Estey Piano painted on centre of dial in as large block letters as possible.
Must be up before Dec. 1st. Net $900.-
[[margin, underlined]] B.S. Nov. 30th [[/margin]]
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Oct. 31st
Ship to Rev. Chas. Logan,
For St. David's Church.  Manayunk, Pa.
1 #2 Striking Tower Clock.
Number of dials  4
Diam. ""[[dittos for: of dials]]  5ft. 8 1/4in.
Thickness ""[[dittos for: of dials]]
Square of tower  19ft 1 1/2in. [[insertion]] 19ft. 1 1/2in. x 19ft. 2 3/4in. [[/insertion]]
Dials above or below clock floor  above
Clock floor to centre of dials   4ft. 6in.
Bell above or below clock   below
"""" [[dittos for: Bell above or below]] dials   below
Weight of bell  2500lbs.
Fall for weight   28ft to 45ft.
Hands [[strikethrough]] & figs. [[/strikethrough]] to be gilt or black - gilt
Name of building - St. David's Church
Put up complete $500.- Net.
No figures or Dots.
Dials, figs. & dots are in tower
[[margin, underlined]] B.S. Dec. 4th [[/margin]]
[[margin]] Time 7 days Ex. 26.88 [[/margin]]
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