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E. H. Ward and Company, Boston, Wall Clock

E. H. Ward and Company, Boston, Mahogany Calendar Wall Clock, fourth quarter 19th century, the dial fully marked in black, retaining the handsome stag-embossed gilt copper “moon” pendulum, the upper door with a glazed circular dial window and a lower glazed pendulum window, h. 41″, w. 18-1/2″, d. 7-1/2″. Images Click on thumbnails to see […]

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Tiffany and Company Shelf Clock

Tiffany and Company New York Shelf clock 9 1/2×9″. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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U.S.CLOCK COMPANY IRON FACE CALENDAR CLOCK

LOW BUYERS PREMIUM (10%) NO RESERVE AUCTION! BIDDING STARTS AT $10!This calendar clock stands 11 1/2 tall 9 1/4 wide and 3 1/4 deep. The labels on the back and inside read U.S. Clock Company Depot Terhune & Edwards 18 Cortlandt Street New York. This label also has the directions. Works but needs a cleaning […]

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U.S.CLOCK COMPANY IRON FACE CALENDAR CLOCK: 84023

LOW LOW BUYERS PREMIUM (10% upto $499, 8% for $500 and up) NO RESERVE AUCTION! BIDDING STARTS AT $10!This calendar clock stands 11 1/2 tall 9 1/4 wide and 3 1/4 deep. The labels on the back and inside read U.S. Clock Company Depot Terhune & Edwards 18 Cortlandt Street New York. This label also […]

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Ansonia Clock Company Gilded Brass Mantel Clock

Attractive Ansonia Clock Company Gilded Brass Mantel Clock, in the Louis XV style, bearing a patent date of May 3, 1892, the enamel dial enframed in diamond and amethyst paste brilliants, h. 10-1/2″. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Forrestville Clock Company shelf clock

An early 19th century New England shelf clock by the Forrestville Clock Company of Bristol, Connecticut. The two reverse painted glasses represent colorful quality depictions in folk art style of architectural building in landscapes bordered with stencil patterns. Condition report There is no guarantee of either the mechanical performance of clocks nor the completeness and […]

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