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Welch Spring Eight-Day Shelf Clock, in a rosewoo

Welch Spring Eight-Day Shelf Clock, in a rosewood veneered case with printed maker’s label, painted zinc dial, lower gilt and black glass below all housing an eight-day time, strike and alarm movement, ht. 16 1/4 in. Condition report Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should […]

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Egyptian Eight Day Strike Shelf Clock, NY

Egyptian Eight Day Strike Shelf Clock, New York, with key and pendulum {Height 25 1/2 inches} Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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"Corning" eight-day strike mantel clock. Made

“Corning” eight-day strike mantel clock. Made by the Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Connecticut. Having walnut case with design on glass door. c.1880. Height: 21 1/2 in. Condition report Movement needs work. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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An Eight Day Time Only French Marble Mantel Clock

An Eight Day Time Only French Marble Mantel Clock with Two Candlesticks,circa 1890, eight day time only movement with platform lever escapement, 2 inch porcelain dial with Arabic numerals, round, fluted red marble case with gilt bronze cherub on top, together with red fluted marble candlesticks.Height of clock 10 1/2 x width 5 x depth […]

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VICTORIAN ROUND-TOP FIGURE EIGHT SHELF CLOCK, Amer

VICTORIAN ROUND-TOP FIGURE EIGHT SHELF CLOCK, American, c. 1865. The walnut shelf case has a figure eight door and houses a Joseph Ives tin plate movement. Height – 18 inches. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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A Morrill Federal Wall Clock, with an eight day

with an eight day movement and having a mahogany case with gilt turned and rosette block half columns around the front, a verre eglomise painted panel surrounding the round face over a mirrored lower panel and with a paper label to the interior for the Benjamin Morrill Company of Boscawen, New Hampshire. 28 1/2″ high, […]

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