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WILLIAMS ORTON AND PRESTON WOODEN WORKS OG CLOCK

Wooden Works OG Clock, 30 hour clock, Williams, Orton and Preston & Co. circa 1930, All gears in this clock are made of wood, the clock is complete and original Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Miniature Terry OG Wt DRVN Mantel Clock

Circa 1860 American Henry Terry 30 hour Mantel Clock with 5.5″ Good original painted dial, Original weight driven brass movement with gong strike, A very collectible American clock. Very good condition with normal wear, replaced lower glass, surface refinished. Excellent label inside case. 19.5″H x 11″W x 4″D Images Click on thumbnails to see larger […]

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Chauncey Jerome OG Shelf Clock

Circa 1845 American Chauncey Jerome, New Haven 30 Hour Shelf Clock with 8″ Very nice Arabic zinc painted dial, Weight driven brass movement, Although this may have a few flaws. It is a good example of a mahogany Ogee shelf clock. Good original condition with cracked original lower reversed painted tablet of Mt. Vernon, some […]

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Seth Thomas OG Shelf Clock

Seth Thomas OG Shelf Clock: time with gong strike and original 7″ metal dial. Weight driven with bell striking alarm. In a mahogany and veneer case with Plymouth Hollow label inside. (It has some stains and the backboard has an added hole. The clock winds ok, but is not running or striking properly. The pendulum […]

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1850 New Haven 2-Door OG Mantel Clock

New Haven 2-Door OG Mantel Clock. 8-day. Circa 1850. (Excellent). Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Chauncey Jerome 30 Hour OG Clock

Chauncey Jerome 30 Hour OG Clock: brass movement; wood dial; weight driven; time and strike; good interior label; has pendulum, weights and key; painted lower glass, looks to be a window with a plant in it; not tested. (Dial is worn; 1 weight’s hookup is a paper clip; paint flaking on door; small veneer losses.) […]

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