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ROUND DIAL ENGLISH WALL CLOCK

MAHOGANY CASE SIGNED WHEATSHEAF WORTHING ON DIAL CA 1870, 17″W, 6.5″D, 29″TALL Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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ELLIOT GOTHIC REVIVAL STYLE GRANDFATHER CLOCK

ELLIOT OF LONDON, ENGLAND GOTHIC REVIVAL STYLE CARVED OAK GRANDFATHER CLOCK, C. 1900, H 8′:With Westminster chimes; scenic printed moon phase dial; marked “Elliot London” on dial with “Made in Germany” appearing below the dial; flanking Corinthian capital 3/4 columns. Condition report One door key with unit. Appears to have an 8 day movement. Some […]

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Samuel Wainwright English Hanging Wall Clock NR

Samuel Wainwright English Hanging Wall Clock, driven by 2 weights, has a dead beat escapement and a second and calendar dial incorporated into the engraved metal face of the main dial. The dial is signed and numbered 3013. The removable hood is veneered and inlaid with swirling scroll work. The top of the face plate […]

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Mahogany Transitional Shelf Clock by David Dutton,

Mahogany Transitional Shelf Clock by David Dutton, Mt. Vernon, New Hampshire, c. 1840, painted wooden dial with Arabic numerals, applied flat columns flanking the dial and lower painted tablet of a red-roofed cottage, printed maker’s label and thirty-hour wooden movement with two iron weights and pendulum, (losses to veneer, case in old surface, dial undisturbed), […]

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Ithaca Index Calendar clock

A 19th century Ithaca “Index” model double dial calendar shelf clock, manufactured for Lynch Brothers. 8-day spring driven time and strike movement with lower calendar dial. Fancy Victorian Walnut case with shaped crown, full side columns, single long door with original painted “Index” glass, Walnut interior dial surround with carved and gilded scrollwork. In good […]

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FRENCH DOUBLE DIAL CARRIAGE CLOCK

FRENCH DOUBLE DIAL CARRIAGE CLOCK Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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