AUCTION : 0511

Lots 501 - 600

Lot#: 501

DESCRIPTION: Self Winding Clock Co., New York, Western Union Naval Observatory Time wall clock, c1930.
CONDITION: overall very nice original condition, movement complete but not tested (requires dry cells for hourly electric rewinding).
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $170

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Lot#: 502

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Black Hussar" Adamantine 8 day time and strike spring driven mantel clock, c1904
CONDITION: red mahogany finish is in very nice shiny condition, with four simulated onyx columns and cast metal feet, capitals, and Egyptian motif side handles. Original paper dial has some toning. Most of rear paper label remains. Movement will need service. Ht 11.5"
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 503

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas modern reproduction 8 day triple chime Regulator No.1, late 20th century.
CONDITION: solid mahogany wall clock in unused condition with authentic reverse paint tablet and blue paper inside label. German spring wound movement plays choice of chimes. 36" high.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 504

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "No. 3 8 Day Parlor Calendar" time and strike spring driven mahogany shelf clock, dated 1887
CONDITION: old finish, worn yellowed dials, missing small simple top side piece are the hurts, but this is a basically complete example worthy of attention. Retains original paper labels on backboard and inside door, including warning against oiling the calendar mechanism. Perpetual calendar rollers look good. Movement may need cleaning. Ht 27"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $350

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Lot#: 505

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Queen Anne" 8 day time only spring driven oak wall clock, c1880
CONDITION: this clock has been disassembled and stripped, but is ready for somebody to complete the restoration. The case will need finish, the dial properly attached, a new suspension spring for the pendulum, and movement cleaning. Interesting gold monograms are on the glass. Estimate reflects the work needed on this valuable timepiece. Ht 36"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $550
PRICE SOLD: $350

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Lot#: 506

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas, "Round Band", small rectangular shelf clock in rosewood, this one with a great original dog tablet, time, strike on a bell and alarm, c1870
CONDITION: the original dial is worn but still quite legible; case has been cleaned and polished (finish is original). Retains a very clean label inside. Round plated movement is running briskly. Original "ST" hands intact. Ht 16.3"
ESTIMATE: $125 - $175
PRICE SOLD: $325

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Lot#: 507

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 53" 8 day spring driven quarter chime mantel clock in mahogany case, c1925
CONDITION: "Old English" inlaid cabinet clock in nice original condition with some small scratches and losses, silvered dial with raised bronze numerals, inside and bottom labels, No.124 3 train Westminster chime movement will need cleaning. Ht 11"
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 508

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas, Thomaston, Conn., "World" wall clock 15 day time only spring driven movement stamped "40" in oak case with brass dial, c1915
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The dial is a replacement, solid brass with large display cutout to expose movement. Remnants of the label remain. Ht 33"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $360

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Lot#: 509

DESCRIPTION: Smith & Goodrich, Bristol, Conn., 8 day time/strike ogee shelf clock, c1850
CONDITION: mahogany veneered case in good condition with some veneer loss and repairs on the outer molding of the case and small veneer chips on the door. A bottom corner piece is missing on the door. Original painted dial has some loss and inpainting. Bottom tablet is a replacement. Hands are original. Ht. 29".
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $90

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Lot#: 510

DESCRIPTION: Smith's 8 day English 3/4-size mahogany banjo clock, Stennes case, c1970.
CONDITION: very well made case with polished brass side arms finial and bezel, Stennes brand on rear. Good reverse painted tablets. Four jewel balance wheel time only movement made in Great Britain. Ht 30"
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 511

DESCRIPTION: Unknown, 8 day Lyre form weight banjo timepiece. It is hard to date this as the case has some age, but we would probably guess about 1920.
CONDITION: mahogany case made up of pieces glued together and cut to the form of the case. The painted sheet steel dial with tabs was fitted to the case. This timepiece does not appear to be of the quality to have been retailed by J. E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia and may have been made from the remains of another clock. Ht. 42"
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $275

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Lot#: 512

DESCRIPTION: Unknown, Dwarf tall clock in walnut case, c1950, with a much earlier German time and strike spring wind crown wheel escapement movement and dial fitted to the case
CONDITION: there is a crack in the front panel of the base. The lunette on the dial is engraved in a religious theme. The movement most likely came from a bracket case. Overall a pretty clock. Ht 41"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $450

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Lot#: 513

DESCRIPTION: Unsigned modern reproduction of 8 day Ansonia Mahogany Swing No.1, c1980.
CONDITION: Mahogany veneers are a bit loose around the edges, the painted dial is in excellent condition and the movement, a good reproduction of the original, appears to run. The back is cardboard. an old Ansonia original of this model is hard to find. 29" high overall.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $750
PRICE SOLD: $90

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Lot#: 514

DESCRIPTION: Vienna regulator, old German one weight movement & dial in newer oak case.
CONDITION: well made wood case (missing one lower side molding). White porcelain dial and beat scale have small hairlines. Hands, not original, are too big. Nice quality movement probably needs cleaning. 41" high.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $200

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Lot#: 515

DESCRIPTION: Waltham Clock Co. inlaid mahogany 8-day time and strike round top mantel clock, c1915
CONDITION: nicely refinished case with lighter inlay bands. Silvered dial, beveled convex glass. Clean 23096 movement, with jeweled balance platform, ticks and strikes. One movement strap is broken. Ht 10.5"
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $190

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Lot#: 516

DESCRIPTION: Two 3" black phenolic airplane clocks, Hamilton and Waltham.
CONDITION: Hamilton multi dial, stamped AIB No.2-59, ticks and sets. Waltham with R 6645-515... on back, is missing its winder.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $185

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Lot#: 517

DESCRIPTION: Two 30 hour time and strike rosewood Connecticut mid-19th century mantel clocks, 15" high.
CONDITION: Seth Thomas octagon top with Plymouth Hollow label, colorful old glass, ST hands and replaced paper dial. E.N. Welch Doric with old black/gold painted tablet and metal dial. Top glasses old and wavy. Movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 518

DESCRIPTION: Two 8-day mantel clocks, Seth Thomas & French, early 20th century.
CONDITION: French black slate clock has time-only unsigned movement, white porcelain dial and beveled glass, a few small chips, 9" high. Seth Thomas time-and-strike original-finish mahogany tambour, convex beveled glass, has unusual #125 round movement with balance wheel, 8.5" high. Both movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 519

DESCRIPTION: Two 8 day time and strike mahogany Connecticut mantel clocks, 20th century.
CONDITION: larger is Seth Thomas yacht wheel with movement dated 1945, interesting compass dial, back door label, 9.5" high. Smaller and older is mini New Haven cabinet with raised numbers dial, turned columns, and "Petite Clock Instructions" label inside rear door, 7.5" high. Movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $80

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Lot#: 520

DESCRIPTION: Two American 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, Kroeber & Seth Thomas.
CONDITION: Kroeber Dover has newly restored enameled iron glossy green finish, replaced paper dial with fancy patterned brass center, c1895, 11" high. Seth Thomas mahogany Adamantine, similar to the Regal model, is in very good condition, with a slightly scratched painted-metal dial, c1921, 9.5" high. Both movements look okay but may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 521

DESCRIPTION: Two American 8 day time and strike wooden cased clocks, early 20th century
CONDITION: Ansonia dark stained hanging gallery clock has unusual "Correct Time for a Dollar" paper dial, overall diameter 16". Waterbury black mantel clock has new paint and brightened brass accents, dial is original, 11.5" high. Both movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $40

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Lot#: 522

DESCRIPTION: Two black marble 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, late 19th century.
CONDITION: larger is French with a good double sunk white porcelain dial with visible jeweled pallets, case is slate with marble inlay and has reglued top section and some small chips, round "BN" anchor trademark movement, 14" tall. Smaller Ansonia has steel pallet visible escapement, brass dial has porcelain cartouche numbers, round movement with rack and snail strike, case has some losses on base and corner, 10.5" high. Both had good beveled glass. Very heavy and fragile lot, keep in mind if shipping. Both movements need service.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $240

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Lot#: 523

DESCRIPTION: Two brass carriage clocks, French and Jennings Bros., c1910.
CONDITION: French is standard model with good beveled glass all around, time only H&H 8 day movement with cylinder platform, porcelain dial with corner crack and stain at center hole, 6" high. Jennings is ornate gold-plated case, thick beveled front glass, porcelain dial with faint corner crack, 30 hour striking movement, 5.5" high. Both have original patinas, movements that tick but probably need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $275

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Lot#: 524

DESCRIPTION: Two Chelsea brass desk clocks, 8 day and quartz.
CONDITION: older is "Gothic" heavy lancet case with blue number porcelain dial and engraved initials, beveled glass, and jeweled movement that ticks and stops, 5.25" high. Newer is modern "Constitution" base and ball case with wearing lacquer, battery movement, 5.5" tall.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $200

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Lot#: 525

DESCRIPTION: Two clocks- F.W. Elliott, Ltd., Croyden, England, Walnut 8 day double chime bracket clock, dated 1968, and Seth Thomas 30 hour rosewood/pine mini bevel front shelf clock, the "Kitchen" model, c1880.
CONDITION: Elliott is in very nice original condition throughout, high quality heavy 7 jewel balance platform movement plays choice of Westminster and Whittington chimes, brass dial with cast spandrels and silvered chapter ring, complete paper label, 13" high. Seth Thomas has lost most of its veneer, dial is made up, dark paper label, squirrel transfer remains on tablet, 15" high. Both movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $260

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Lot#: 526

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut steeple clocks: Welch & Forestville 30 hour time and strike mahogany veneer, mid-19th century
CONDITION: nicely refinished cases, good paper labels, old painted dials and reverse paint glasses with some flaking. E.N. Welch Mfg. Co. tablet shows "Capitol at Albany N.Y." Forestville Clock Co. tablet view is :McLean Asylum, Somerville, Mass." Taller is 19" high. Movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 527

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut shelf clocks, a Sessions steeple clock C.1930, and a Smith & Goodrich 8 day time and strike spring C.1850
CONDITION: smaller, Sessions, Copley, has crazed old finish on solid mahogany case, and nice original dial, tablet and rear label, 15.5" high, c1932. Goodrich is 20" high, has refinished case, with original inside label, and a good Wm B. Fenn tablet, case fitted with a later 8 day movement and replacement paper dial. Both movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 528

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut 30-hour novelty timepieces, Lux & Waterbury, early 20th century.
CONDITION: Lux , cast metal with standing cupid figure, has its gold worn to copper, 7" high. The brass drum clock is a Waterbury in old original condition, hairline porcelain dial, and one missing connecting rod holding the case together, 2.5" high. Both movements will need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $10

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Lot#: 529

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut 30 hour time and strike mahogany veneer steeple clocks, c1870.
CONDITION: better one is Waterbury with alarm and nice tablet of Washington's Rock, N.J. Other is a Gilbert with distressed veneer and several extra holes in backboard. Movements looks clean but may need service. Both 19.5" high.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $80

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Lot#: 530

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut 8 day mahogany mantel clocks, E. Ingraham & Seth Thomas.
CONDITION: Ingraham time and strike Venetian, c1875, has refinished and gold-painted case, newly painted floral tablet, good inside label, original old paper dial, 15.5" high. Seth Thomas Chime Clock No.77, c1922 when it had a list price of $75, plays quarterly Westminster chimes on rods; it has convex beveled glass, silvered dial, and original old finish, 10" high. Both movements look clean but may need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 531

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut 8 day time and strike parlor clocks with wall shelves, Ansonia and Ingraham, and one small Junghans German wall clock, c1890
CONDITION: Ansonia Ingomar in unusual ash case, now stripped and needing finish, with 2-barrel pendulum, worn beat scale and paper dial, 22" high. E. Ingraham Ruby in walnut case has great old tablet, old paper dial, alarm dial and movement, 20" high. Includes matching wood shelves, one with drawer. German mahogany clock (not in photo) has old tired finish, crinkled celluloid dial with J trademark, but is a cute small size, 24" high. All movements will need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 532

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut enameled iron 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, Waterbury & Ansonia, c1900
CONDITION: the Waterbury "Malta" has very good glossy black heavy case and double sunk white porcelain dial, beveled glass, and "star" movement, 10" high. The Ansonia "Calais", with simulated green marble finish and gilt trim, has a double sunk porcelain dial (few hairlines), visible escapement with steel pallets, and a broken front foot (piece included), 13.5" high. Both movements will need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 533

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut painted 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, Ansonia & Gilbert, late 19th century.
CONDITION: Ansonia black enameled Madeleine has porcelain dial (no cracks) with steel pallet visible escapement, 6 green columns, some small areas of worn off paint, 11.5" high. Gilbert has an original nice deep red marbleized finish, fancy dial, cast handles, feet and column capitals, 11" high. Both movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 534

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut time and strike mahogany mantel clocks including a Seth Thomas "New Orleans" and an Ingraham "No. 2 Tambour".
CONDITION: taller is a refinished 30 hour city clock with newer paper dial needing its inner ring reattached, nice star pendulum, c1880, 16.5" high. 8 day tambour has an old crackled and scratched finish, good rear door label, slightly tarnished metal dial with raised numbers, and replaced hands, c.1934, 9.5" high.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 535

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut time and strike mahogany shelf clocks, Gilbert & Waterbury, c1880.
CONDITION: Steeple clock is a 30 hour Gilbert with alarm, nice old glasses, good label, faded metal dial, 20" high. Beehive is an 8 day Waterbury, with only slightly faded original painted-metal dial, missing its alarm movement and with a new picture in the lower tablet, 19" high. Both have good labels, are refinished with a few new veneer chips, and will need movement service.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 536

DESCRIPTION: Two Connecticut time and strike shelf clocks including a Waterbury & Welch, late 19th century
CONDITION: larger is a Waterbury 8 day rosewood beehive with alarm and labels, old original finish (some small veneer losses and repairs), glass, and painted metal dial, 19" high. Smaller is E.N. Welch 30 hour mahogany Buttercup with old crusty finish, rear label, original tablet, and old paper dial (incorrect hands), 17" high. Both movements need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $120

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Lot#: 537

DESCRIPTION: Two contemporary pieces including a modern Dutch 8 day time and strike wall clock and home made swimming turtle mystery clock
CONDITION: the weight driven Zan Dam clock, with "Warmink, Holland" at bottom of dial chapter ring, has all the cast-metal ornate features, thick solid wood case, and a German striking movement that may need cleaning, 25" high. The little green turtle swims around the hours, guided magnetically by an old Auto Time Stamp Co. balance wheel movement mounted below in an antique painted stand 5" high.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 538

DESCRIPTION: Two European clocks- French slate/marble 8-day time only spring driven mantel clock c1900 and a Altman & Co. Swiss 8 day travel clock with alarm c1940
CONDITION: there are three slate and marble pieces from base that are loose and need to be cemented back on, but remainder is very nice with good beveled glass and white porcelain dial by J.B. Yardley, 72 Ludgate Hill, London. Unsigned timepiece movement needs cleaning. 11" high.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 539

DESCRIPTION: Two French L'Epee modern miniature 8-day carriage clocks, c1990
CONDITION: larger is oval case, 4.25" high, smaller is tiny standard style, just 3.25" high. Both have cases with bright lacquered finishes, white porcelain dials, polished movements, jeweled balance platforms and good beveled glass. Both need cleaning to run reliably.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $350

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Lot#: 540

DESCRIPTION: Two German 400 day clocks.
CONDITION: better is old c1900 disk pendulum model in very nice condition, porcelain dial, back plate stamped D.R.P.144687. Other is newer Schatz, dated 12/52, with unusual black accents on dial, balls, posts and base. Good glass domes. Both will need service. 11" high.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $200

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Lot#: 541

DESCRIPTION: Two German walnut striking wall clocks, late 19th century.
CONDITION: larger is free swinger 8 day, in nice old finish, with MFS (Mauthe) movement trademark and number 27048, nice patterned-brass dial and pendulum, 31" high to top of crest (old, but does not match rest of clock). Round 30 hour weight driven postman's clock, with wooden plates and arbors, has new dial, and Plexiglas side panels, and needs proper pendulum assembly, 12" diameter bezel.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $120

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Lot#: 542

DESCRIPTION: Two good Connecticut 8 day time and strike parlor clocks, c1875.
CONDITION: Atkins refinished mahogany Pareda has turned columns and finials, gold stenciled tablet, great paper labels on back, and fancy barrel pendulum, 22" high. Gilbert Merl has original ebonizing, alarm, G.B.Owen gong base, and fancy pendulum, 20" high. Both paper dials are newer, movement may need service.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $170

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Lot#: 543

DESCRIPTION: Two Jennings Bros. novelty clocks spring driven, early 20th century
CONDITION: white enamel dials with second's bits, beveled glass, nicely shaped cases, rear wind with original stamped back plates. Larger is mahogany, 6.5" high. Miniature is black painted metal, 3.5" high
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $65

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Lot#: 544

DESCRIPTION: Two Korean 31 day modern reproduction time and strike wall clocks, late 20th century.
CONDITION: Waltham Vienna regulator style in mahogany case is 29" high. Strausbourg Manor oak case is 24". Both spring wound movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $10

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Lot#: 545

DESCRIPTION: Two Korean modern reproduction mahogany 31 day time and strike wall clocks, late 20th century.
CONDITION: larger "Viennese Clock" has gridiron R/A pendulum, original owner's manual, and nice carved accents, 31" high. Smaller, also with side glasses, is 21" high. Both movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $10

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Lot#: 546

DESCRIPTION: Two Lux Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Animated Wig Wag Cat Clock" 30 hour time only spring driven movement, c1937
CONDITION: both have original paint and hands. Both have replaced tails. One has original box. Ht 8"
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $220

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Lot#: 547

DESCRIPTION: Two mahogany 30 hour time and strike Connecticut kitchen clocks, late 19th century.
CONDITION: E.N. Welch "The Daisy" has alarm, old painted dial, good rear label, tablet with birds, and fancy company pendulum, 19" high. Other, without label, has nice glass, fancy pendulum, and old paper dial, 18" high. Both refinished. Movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 548

DESCRIPTION: Two mahogany 30 hour time and strike Connecticut shelf clocks, late 19th century.
CONDITION: new Haven mini OG with old label, nice lower painted tablet of sailing ship, alarm, redone dial, and shiny old finish, 18" high. E.N. Welch beehive, refinished case, has replaced dial, patriotic reverse paint tablet, and good paper label. Both movements may need cleaning, 19" high.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 549

DESCRIPTION: Two mahogany 8 day banjo clocks including a Herschede miniature and New Haven chiming, early 20th century
CONDITION: seldom seen Herschede with high quality jeweled balance signed movement 35995, ticks briskly. Brass finial and side arms, silvered dial, original finish with worn spot by bottom tablet, 21.5" high. New Haven Winsome Chime is in excellent condition, movement plays quarter chimes on rods mounted in base, dial has darkened slightly and has one long scratch. 25" high
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $230

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Lot#: 550

DESCRIPTION: Two metal case 8 day time and strike Connecticut mantel clocks, c.1900.
CONDITION: both beautifully restored gold finish cast metal case with near perfect porcelain dials. Larger is New Haven "Lakeside" with decorated porcelain panels, beveled glass, and rhinestone bezel (possibly added later), 19" high. Smaller is Ansonia "Thebes" with thick beveled glass, 11" high. Movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $220

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Lot#: 551

DESCRIPTION: Two modern 8 day time and strike German movement mahogany steeple clocks.
CONDITION: larger, 19" high, is a fine reproduction of a Brewster & Ingraham four column sharp gothic made by the Colonial Clock Co. of Zeeland, Michigan, for the Henry Ford Museum. Smaller, 14" high, is a Seth Thomas. Both cases are in excellent original condition, movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 552

DESCRIPTION: Two modern German 8 day striking clocks with brass movements on wood bases under round glass domes, 12" high.
CONDITION: one simulates a skeleton clock with a one train passing strike 1985 Hermle movement. The other with a Schmid Schlenker two bell two train movement, has a simulated mercury pendulum. Both movements are very clean and shiny but may need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 553

DESCRIPTION: Two modern wood case bracket clocks with German Hermle 8 day Westminster chime movements.
CONDITION: smaller is Barwick/Howard Miller with 1983 floating balance movement. Larger, 17" high, is Emperor kit with 1979 rolling moon pendulum movement. Both movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $80

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Lot#: 554

DESCRIPTION: Two Seth Thomas 8 day time and strike mahogany mantel clocks with columns, c1905.
CONDITION: larger model is the Berkley, 11.5" high. Smaller is the city series Lisbon, round movement, 9.5" high. Both have their original finishes with some small scratches and dings, nice cast metal accents, and porcelain dials. The Lisbon has beveled glass (one chip on edge), and its dial has a small chip and hairline. Both movements looks clean but may need service.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $450

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Lot#: 555

DESCRIPTION: Two Seth Thomas 8 day time and strike mahogany pillar and scroll shelf clocks, 20th century.
CONDITION: smaller is "Tradition" model in very nice original condition, 20" high. Larger and older is "Cambridge" model with Mount Vernon glass, worn finish, and flaking painted metal dial, 25" high. Both movements may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $220

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Lot#: 556

DESCRIPTION: Two small 30-hour desk clocks, Jaguar Swiss mini street-clock and unsigned clock in a stirrup, later 20th century.
CONDITION: Jaguar, with nice white dial, date indicator and sweep-seconds, is running in its heavy bronze case 7" tall. Leather-hanging clock is low-grade, missing its setter, but ticks, 5" high.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $35

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Lot#: 557

DESCRIPTION: Two small column & cornice time and strike Connecticut shelf clocks, c1880.
CONDITION: larger is 8 day Seth Thomas, Thomaston, mahogany in old finish, with ST hands, good paper label, old mirror tablet, and painted metal dial with some flaking and inpainting, 16" high. Smaller and better is Welch Spring & Co. 30 hour gilt column, rosewood in old finish, with alarm, very good gilding, paper label, and multi color painted metal dial, 14" high. Both movements tick and strike but may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $110

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Lot#: 558

DESCRIPTION: Two small German clocks, c1910.
CONDITION: larger is Kienzle, Wurtemberg, round-top 8-day time-and-strike inlaid mahogany mantel clock with silvered dial, missing pendulum, 11.5" high. Smaller is cute long case with celluloid dial, 30-hour movement, 10" high. Both will need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $85

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Lot#: 559

DESCRIPTION: Two small metal case 20th century Elgin clocks, one U.S. Navy.
CONDITION: best is black Elapsed Time made for U.S. Navy, stamped AIB No.2-59, ticks, starts-stops, zeroes to 12, 2.25" square. Other is dash clock now mounted on round wood base, 3.5" diameter.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $50

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Lot#: 560

DESCRIPTION: Two Waltham "Miniature Banjos" with 8 day time only spring driven key wind movements; one in green crackle case and the other in solid mahogany
CONDITION: the green crackle piece has replaced top finial and the mahogany piece has some touch up to throat and lower glass and is not running. Ht approximately 21"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $325

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Lot#: 561

DESCRIPTION: Three clocks: Seth Thomas 30-hour cottage timepiece; Waltham 8-day 1919 car clock; Linden Japanese swinger.
CONDITION: Cottage clock, with Plymouth Hollow label, has original mahogany veneer, mirror, and painted-metal dial with some losses, ST hands, 9" high. Waltham #22843697 is in heavy steel case, mounted on wood, with good dial and beveled glass. Linden statue looks repainted, swinger is in original condition but missing its little crest, overall height 13". All tick but may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $65

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Lot#: 562

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut 8 day time and strike mahogany round top mantel clocks.
CONDITION: smallest is New Haven Auburn with nice porcelain dial and beveled glass, 13" high stripped case that could use some finish. Middle is E. Ingraham Venetian with old finish but replaced paper dial, 16" high. Largest and best is Seth Thomas Chicago with alarm, new paper dial, 17.5" high. All may need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $200

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Lot#: 563

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut 8 day time and strike rosewood shelf clocks, Seth Thomas & Terry Clock Co., late 19th century.
CONDITION: largest is the Terry octagon top with alarm (unusual alarm movement), frosted tablet (not original), original painted dial, minor veneer losses15.5" high. Middle is Seth Thomas round-top alarm with repainted dial, some veneer losses to door, 15" high. Smallest is Seth Thomas cottage with original dial and tablet. All have inside labels, original surfaces, movements need service.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 564

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut 8 day time and strike walnut parlor clocks, late 19th century
CONDITION: best and largest is Waterbury Paris missing its bottom side pieces and lower side molding strip, 24" high. Middle is unlabeled but has rare 3-train movement (see photo) with alarm between the plates, 21.5" high. Smallest has movement signed George B. Owen, 20" high. All are in refinished cases with original dials (some flaking), glasses and fancy pendulums, but no labels; movements look okay but may need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $210

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Lot#: 565

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut mantel time and strike mahogany mantel clocks, late 1800's, early 1900's.
CONDITION: largest and best is Seth Thomas 30 hour refinished mahogany octagon top with alarm, great bird tablet and inside label, redone hand inked paper dial, 18" high. Middle is New Haven 8 day Tuscan with alarm, old worn finish, good label, and colorful butterfly tablet, 17" high. Smallest is Seth Thomas round top with disassembled partial movement, 9" high.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 566

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut small 30 hour cottage clocks, mid 19th century.
CONDITION: smallest (9") is Seth Thomas time and alarm with S/T hands, mahogany veneer with old finish and some small losses. Middle (10.5") and best is Atkins octagon top timepiece in rosewood with very good inside label. Largest. (12") in a refinished mahogany veneer case, is an unsigned timepiece with too short hands. All movements may need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 567

DESCRIPTION: Three Connecticut time and strike parlor clocks, late 19th century.
CONDITION: smallest is mahogany 30 hour Gilbert Aldine with alarm and back label, 20" high. Middle is mahogany 8 day Gilbert Mecca, indicator pendulum, also with back label, 21"high. Largest and best is Ansonia 8 day black walnut Jasmine, signed gong base and beat scale, 2-barrel pendulum, 22" high. All have original dials and glasses, cases nicely refinished. Movements look clean.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $210

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Lot#: 568

DESCRIPTION: Three marine related items: Seth Thomas mahogany 7 jewel Helmsman ship's bells, 1938; modern brass weather station with quartz clock, barometer, compass, and thermometer; and German "Stellar" yacht wheel aneroid barometer.
CONDITION: Seth Thomas has original finish, silvered dial, balance wheel 8 day movement ticks and strikes but needs cleaning. Quartz clock may just need new N battery. Barometer has nice thick beveled glass and colored script, not tested.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 569

DESCRIPTION: Three miniature 30 hour Connecticut shelf clocks, c1870
CONDITION: smallest is very cute mahogany time and alarm Ingraham Venetian with green paper label, original round painted tablet is broken but included, 11.5" high. Middle is E.N. Welch time and alarm mahogany cottage clock with label, touched up painted dial and too large hands, 12" high. Largest, also very cute, is Waterbury rosewood time and strike steeple with flaking redone metal dial, 15" high. All probably need movement cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $280

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Lot#: 570

DESCRIPTION: Three modern marine related items including two ship's bells clocks and a remote sensing thermometer
CONDITION: tallest is heavy brass engine throttle with speed dial (Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Limited, Neptune Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1940) on one side, clock on other, 18" high. The large round heavy case, with 9.5" diameter brass bezel, is on a metal stand and has Hermle balance wheel works. The Foxboro (Mass.) dual scale thermometer is mounted in a solid wood stand 8.5" high. Clocks will need service, thermometer seems to read correctly.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $110

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Lot#: 571

DESCRIPTION: Three New Haven wood case clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: Whitney banjo clock is mahogany finish 8 day time and strike in original condition with rear label, 31" high. Mission Santa Clara, in Flemish finish oak, is also 8 day time and strike with rear label, 20" high. Most unusual is dark stained large candle stand novelty 8 day rear wind timepiece with porcelain dial and beveled glass, 14" high. All are in original condition and seem to run okay.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $200

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Lot#: 572

DESCRIPTION: Three oak 8 day time and strike wall clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: small school clock is Japanese Nagoya Shoji Clock Co., 22" high. Other 2 are unsigned, 27" and 30" high. All 3 open spring movements probably need service to run reliably.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 573

DESCRIPTION: Three old dog related cast metal novelty clocks and another case only with no movement
CONDITION: rarest is German Mayer with moving tongue and tail (missing), in old patina, with 1" porcelain dial (cracked), 6.5" high, c1885. The others probably are early 20th century: two are standing setters, New Haven and Waterbury rear-winds, original dials with second's tracks, about 7" high. The larger case is a dog named Victory with bugling rider, 11" high. Clocks will need service.
ESTIMATE: $450 - $650
PRICE SOLD: $220

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Lot#: 574

DESCRIPTION: Three pieces- Benchmark German 8 day ship's bells clock and barometers modern lot, late 20th century
CONDITION: bright lacquered brass cases, beveled glass, mahogany cradles. Clock has Hermle balance wheel movement that seems to tick and strike okay, 9" high. Smaller barometer also has thermometer. Probably new old stock from consignor's shop, has $350 price tag.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 575

DESCRIPTION: Three Seth Thomas mahogany 8 day time only mini banjo clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: one is earlier and unusual lyre form with porcelain dial, 21" high. Other two are 4 jewel silver dial; "Danvers" model has floral decoration. All will need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $130

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Lot#: 576

DESCRIPTION: Three small desk clocks, first half 20th century.
CONDITION: largest is German Mauthe nickel plate glass side carriage clock with musical alarm, 7" tall. Next is solid mahogany round top Herschede balance wheel timepiece18192, 5.5" tall. Smallest is Phinney Walker slant front heavy brass case with seconds track, marked "Eight Days" and "YUMA", 3.25" tall.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $35

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Lot#: 577

DESCRIPTION: Three Waterbury gold-plated brass & glass 30-hour carriage clocks, c1910.
CONDITION: largest is the Meteor half-hour strike repeater, beveled glass (some small chips) on 3 sides, hairlined dial, 4.5" high. Middle is Anine, beveled glass (one chip) on 3 sides and top, 3" high; tiniest is Speck with beveled glass (one chip) on 3 sides, 3" high. All have original patina, balance wheel movements probably need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $210

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Lot#: 578

DESCRIPTION: Three wood case 8 day time and strike wall clocks.
CONDITION: largest and best is New Haven Winsome Chime mahogany-case banjo clock with Westminster-chime pendulum movement, Mount Vernon glasses (flaking), brass finial & side arms, c1925, 25" high. Middle is Meiji c1900 oak Japanese box regulator, 20" high. Small golden oak school clock is later 20th century, 18" high. New Haven will need service, two Japanese movements are ticking and striking.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $110

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Lot#: 579

DESCRIPTION: Three Zenith modern 8 day time and strike tandem wind Swiss reproduction Neuchatel bracket clocks.
CONDITION: floral decorated painted wood cases with glass side panels, painted metal dials, and shaped glass front doors. Bell strike movements, with single winding arbor for both trains, may need service. All three retain their matching painted wood wall brackets. Some small paint losses. Tallest, without bracket, is 17" high. Small gold case is 13" high.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $450

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Lot#: 580

DESCRIPTION: Three- Poole, Barr, Bulle; electromagnetic battery powered mantel clocks, early 20th century, 11" high.
CONDITION: two, Bulle and Barr, are under round glass domes (one dome cracked). Poole is nice wood grained Bakelite beehive case. Overall good condition, movements not tested.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 581

DESCRIPTION: Two piece mixed lot: Sessions plug in long case form, Seiko quartz novelty.
CONDITION: from old to new: Sessions United mahogany electric in style of grandfather clock, 20" high; interesting 3 piece articulated bright brass modern clock on base under glass dome, 10" tall without dome.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $15

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Lot#: 582

DESCRIPTION: Four Connecticut 8 day wood case clocks; Welch, Sessions, Waterbury, New Haven.
CONDITION: Banjo is a Sessions York mahogany time only, case has nice original glossy finish,26" high. Welch time and strike oak gingerbread has darkened rear label indicating that this is Assortment A, No. 4, 23" high. The Waterbury Upton oak time and strike is missing its dial and pendulum, has most of its large rear label, 22" high. New Haven gingerbread (not shown in photo) is missing its hands and base.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 583

DESCRIPTION: Four dog-related small desk/alarm clocks, 20th century.
CONDITION: Oldest and best is Lux 30-hour alarm clock with animated spinning-wheel dial. Black-base Deco-style is German 8-day. Dogs with moving boxing gloves are from Smiths of England, 30-hour.. Bright-green plastic, with vibrating ball, is a plug-in GE. None have been tested.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $40

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Lot#: 584

DESCRIPTION: Four New Haven small mahogany case 8 day banjo clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: best and biggest is "Winetka" 8 day time & strike, 19" high. Two are balance wheel porcelain dial timepieces. Smallest is "Worthy" with unusual square head, 13.5" high. All probably need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $260

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Lot#: 585

DESCRIPTION: Four old dog-related 30-hour clocks.
CONDITION: Oldest and best is an unsigned Connecticut time/alarm cottage clock with old reverse-paint tablets, 11" high. Two are pendulettes: Lux with wagging head; Keebler with see-saw. Largest is heavy cast-metal setter (broken ear, but part included) on mountaintop with rear-wind movement, 15" high. All will need service.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $100

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Lot#: 586

DESCRIPTION: Four small desk and carriage clocks, c20th century
CONDITION: largest is Ansonia fancy nickel plated time and alarm 30 hour carriage clock with original toned paper dial, 7.5" high. Smallest is Ansonia Apre 30 hour repeating gold-plated carriage clock with white porcelain dial (few hairlines), missing front glass, 3.5" high. Seth Thomas Jacket has a round cream-color Adamantine case, perfect white enamel dial and beveled glass, and 8-day 103C movement, 5" high. Schatz German 8-day novelty clock has nice floral dial and case, and visible balance, 5.5" high. All will need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $60

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Lot#: 587

DESCRIPTION: Four wood case 8 day Connecticut octagonal marine clocks, Waterbury, Ansonia, New Haven, Beach & Hubbell, later 19th century.
CONDITION: largest is oak time only Ansonia, 17" across, Middle is a oak Waterbury 12" Lever (partial rear label) time and strike, 15" across. Smallest is rare maker Beach & Hubbell(1859-1863) timepiece in rosewood, 8" across. Fourth, not in photo, is mahogany New Haven with good rear Jerome & Co. label, and dial with some too white inpainting, 12" across. All cases clean, painted metal dials are original, movements tick and look clean.
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $230

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Lot#: 588

DESCRIPTION: Five desk, travel and auto 8 day time only balance wheel clocks, 20th century
CONDITION: largest and best is Waltham inlaid-mahogany easel library clock with nouveau style hands and numbers, 10.5" high. The two travel clocks are Swiss Doxa in leather cases. The long stem car clock is a Waltham with silvered dial. The most modern is a West German brass Uwestra with a ladder style visible 7-jewel movement, 4" high. All tick but may need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $40

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Lot#: 589

DESCRIPTION: Five German dog related moving eye weight driven novelty clocks, plus one dog related two weight driven cuckoo clock, mid-20th century
CONDITION: all are in good original condition (one is missing hands) with pendulums and pine-cone weights. Cuckoo needs some case repairs, is 11" high without pendulum. Movements need cleaning.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $40

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Lot#: 590

DESCRIPTION: Five New Haven novelty clocks, c20th century
CONDITION: best is gilt metal double figure with porcelain dial and beveled glass, 10" high. Tiniest is horseshoe form brown Bakelite with oval dial, just 2.5" tall. The other three are rear wind wooden tambours.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $120

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Lot#: 591

DESCRIPTION: Five piece clock lot: Seth Thomas time/alarm; Waterbury long case German cuckoo, and 2 weight-driven 8-day striking movements, late 19th century.
CONDITION: The little 30-hour cottage clock has a new finish and dial, but the rest is old and original, just 9.5" high. The 13"-tall long case is mahogany with extensive edge inlay, darkened paper dial, beveled glass and ticking low-grade 30-hour rear-wind movement. One of the brass movements, with seat board is signed Forestville Mfg. Co.; other is unsigned but includes alarm setter. Not in photo is an 8-day 1954 Schatz cuckoo, with some gold-painted carved leaves, broken antlers and one torn bellows, 16" high without pendulum.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 592

DESCRIPTION: Five small Waltham clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: best is white glass gaslight clock with few small chips and one hairline. The rest are 8 day 37 size, 3 travel clocks are mounted on wood with seconds bits, one is a nice patterned octagon, porcelain dial, with mounting bracket, 2.75" across. All will need service.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 593

DESCRIPTION: Five small wood case banjo clocks, early 20th century.
CONDITION: nice assortment including 23" high rear wind dated 9/30, Telechron plug in with nice marine glasses, New Haven rear wind, Waterbury with photo of old Boston statehouse, and mini Lux just 11" high. All may need service.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 594

DESCRIPTION: Six Burroughs wood novelty clocks.
CONDITION: good assortment, all with original rear paper labels, includes No.51T banjo, No.57T Spindle, No.48T Georgian, No.49 Steeple Gothic, No.53T Wagon Spring, and No.52T English Lancet with modern Mercedes fit-up movement.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 595

DESCRIPTION: Seven Burroughs wood novelty clocks.
CONDITION: nice assortment, all with their rear paper labels. Models include No.D59 Banjo, No.54T Grandfather, No.49T Steeple Gothic, No.48A Georgian, No.53T Wagon Spring, and 2 No.52 English Lancets.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $210

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Lot#: 596

DESCRIPTION: Seven Connecticut small wooden tambour clocks, Sessions and Ingraham, 20th century.
CONDITION: 3 are Sessions plug in electrics with sweep seconds, largest 7" high, two Ingrahams also plug in (one not shown in photo). 2 smallest are 30 hour rearwinds. All have good glasses. None tested.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $15

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Lot#: 597

DESCRIPTION: Seven dog moving-eye novelty clocks, later 20th century.
CONDITION: 2 largest are Japanese Tezuka weight-driven (no weights or pendulums), 11" and 9" high. 3 more are Japanese including another Tezuka and Mi-Ken. Electric plug-in is a Klocker Spaniel (Galter Products Co., Chicago). Smallest is German with mini pine-cone weights.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $160

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Lot#: 598

DESCRIPTION: Nine novelty clocks, 20th century.
CONDITION: tallest is cast metal long case Ansonia with beveled glass and gold dial center, 11.5" high. 2 are Lux and Viking banjo forms. Mini steeple is by Fynetone Co, Lansdale, PA. Inlaid wood Seth Thomas has porcelain dial and beveled glass. Semca candle form is Swiss. White Ingersoll has dial signed "U.S.N. M.D." and a seconds bit. German Rensie has alarm, music box and twirling ballerina Nickel plate swiveling drum head says "Nigh Light, Liberty" on dial and is stamped on back "Made in Wurtemberg". None tested but we hear ticking.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $70

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Lot#: 599

DESCRIPTION: Sixteen-clock box lot, mostly small quartz novelties and a few windups, late 20th century.
CONDITION: interesting assortment including musicals, mini long cases, and tiny anniversary with moon phase Also ornate heavy cast metal gimbaled clock with label from National Maritime Historical Society.
ESTIMATE: $75 - $150
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 599A

DESCRIPTION: CLOCK- MOVEMENT, DIAL AND CASE ONLY DISASSEMBLED, SPRING DRIVEN WITH OTHER MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
ESTIMATE: $50 - $75
PRICE SOLD: $10



Lot#: 600

DESCRIPTION: Victorian cameo ring- lady's fine shell carved figure of lady set in solid 14K white gold (marked) filigreed setting with pearl surround and yellow gold floral highlights, c1880 4.1g TW
CONDITION: shell carved center piece has little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The intricate and attractive setting is in very good condition and all pearls are present. This is an unusual and attractive estate cameo ring.
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $200

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