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LINDER EIGHT-DAY GILT METAL CLOCK, 20TH C.

LINDER CO., EIGHT-DAY GILT METAL CLOCK, 20TH CENTURY, H 12″, 14″:Arabic numerals. Female figure holding pendulum style clock. Made in Japan. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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PARLIMENT EIGHT-DAY WINDING WALNUT SHELF CLOCK

Parliament eight-day walnut shelf clock, Roman numerals and floral ornament behind front glass door, architectural case, includes winding key, 15″h, 13″w, 6″d, 9lbs Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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"Eight Day Mantel Spring" by the Terry Clock Comp

“Eight Day Mantel Spring” by the Terry Clock Company, Waterbury, Connecticut, c. 1875, with octagonal-topped iron-front case, 7 1/4 in. dia. painted zinc dial with Arabic numerals, lower door with painted tablet depicting flowers on a yellow ground, printed maker’s label inside, and eight-day time only movement, ht. 19 in. Condition report Condition: Dial repainted. […]

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ENGLISH EIGHT DAY GRANDFATHER CLOCK

ENGLISH EIGHT DAY GRANDFATHER CLOCK; Mahogany with fluted corner columns, ogee bracket feet, line inlay and painted dial, 19th c.; 89” x 21 1/2” x 10 1/4” Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Eight-day shelf clock by Seth Thomas.

Eight-day shelf clock by Seth Thomas. c.1850. The walnut veneered case with a pediment over white painted dial with Roman numerals and mirrored door, flanked by painted split-spindles. Labeled on inside. 25 1/2”h x 14 3/4”w x 4 1/4”d. Condition report Works need repair. Some veneer chips. Replaced mirror. Minor paint loss to dial. Images […]

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Eight day shelf clock made by Forestville Man

Eight day shelf clock made by Forestville Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Connecticut. Mahogany case. Having a ship print that replaces reverse painting, wooden dial, and brass works. c.1850. 31 1/4″h x 17″w x 5″d. Condition report Working condition. Minor veneer loss. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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