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Fr. Empire style wood mantel clock w/marble column

Fine quality ca. 1820 French Empire style wood mantel clock with marble Corinthian columns – 24″h x 16″w x 6″d – IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: We do not auction items in numerical order. However, some lots have assigned times for telephone bids. If you are interested in a specific item and cannot be at your computer […]

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Ingraham Walnut Mantel Clock, Bristol, Connectic

Ingraham Walnut Mantel Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, the deep case with molded base features carved and turned decoration, full length glass door zinc dial with Roman numerals and eight day time, strike and alarm movement, ht. 18 1/2 in. Condition report Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion […]

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American slate and metal mantel clock and garnitur

clock with bronzed figure of George Washington on Renaissance Revival slate body mounted with mask handles and lion’s-paw feet; accompanied by pair of pierce-work urns with scrolling vine design. (Good condition)clock H30 1/2″ W16 1/2″ D9 1/2″, urns H16 1/2″ Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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WATERBURY GILT MANTEL CLOCK. 1898. Gilt bronze ma

WATERBURY GILT MANTEL CLOCK. 1898. Gilt bronze mantel clock, key wind pendulum, half hour strike clock, enamel face, gilt and chased case, hairy paw feet, C scroll, acanthus, grape, floral, putti and pine cone decorative elements, dancing cupid finial, beveled glass clock face. Marked on clock works: Waterbury Clock Co. USA Patented Sept 13, 1898. […]

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ANSONIA OAK MANTEL CLOCK, LATE 19TH C., H 23"

ANSONIA OAK MANTEL CLOCK, LATE 19TH C., H 23″, W 14″, D 5″:With key and pendulum, Roman numerals at the dial. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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English J. W. Benson triple fusee oak mantel clock

English J. W. Benson triple fusee oak mantel clock with an impressive architectural case having a stepped cornice, crested with a brass “eagle and globe” terminal, resting over the round carved bezel surround. The porcelain dial with Roman chapters and three winding arbors, signed, “J. W. Benson 25 Old Bond Street, London.” Raised on a […]

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