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An American Sundial

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This marked American sundial dates to the second half of the 18th century. The initials “I.I” are cast, not stamped on the surface. The actual maker has yet to be identified, but the piece was probably made in New England.

The three holes allow the sundial to be fastened to a window sill, or an outside post. This hard to find sundial is in fine overall condition.

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