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Ingraham "Utah" model Kitchen Shelf clock

A turn of the century E. Ingraham “Utah” model Kitchen Shelf clock. 8 day spring driven time and strike movement. Oak case with applied and pressed carved detail with a single door and stenciled glass. Paper label on back of case 70% intact. Original finish with some wear, dial discolored, replaced door glass. 22 1/2″ […]

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Quality Repro Willard Shelf Or Mantel Clock

Circa 1975 American Unsigned 8 day Mantel Clock with 8″ Original concave painted dish dial, Weight driven time only brass movement, Well made reproduction of the very rare Aaron Willard, Boston mahogany shelf clock. Excellent signed reverse painting on old glass on the top door, mahogany panel on the lower door, OG bracket feet and […]

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An American OG Mantle Clock,

circa 1850, by Ansonia with original paperwork on inside door, O.G. type mahogany case, brass two-weight movement with pendulum and reverse painting on glass of door in black and gold; painted dial with Roman numerals and painted flowers in corners.Height 25 3/4 x width 15 x depth 4 inches. Images Click on thumbnails to see […]

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Overhead Door neon advertising clock, 8 sided cloc

Overhead Door neon advertising clock, 8 sided clock in VG working condition, missing back box cover plate, 19″H x 18″W. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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New Haven "Octagon Prize" model Shelf clock

A 19th century New Haven “Octagon Prize” model Shelf clock. 30 hour spring driven time and strike movement with painted metal dial. Rosewood case with Octagon top and single door with stenciled lower glass. Paper label on back 90% intact. Older finish with slight wear, dial crazing, replaaced door glass. 18″ high. ESTIMATE $50-100 Condition […]

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Regulator Wall Clock

walnut case with circular glass door within brass bezel. Lower door in inverted tombstone shape, with black and gold “Regulator” decal above pendulum window. Keywind spring driven movement (run only train) with white enamel Roman dial surrounded by calendar Arabic numerals and calendar indicator. 33″ h x 18″ w x 4 1/2″ d. circa 1880. […]

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