AUCTION : 0519

Lots 308 - 339: Tall Clocks, E.Howard Gallery Clocks, Regulators & Misc.

Lot#: 308

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Juno" figural swinging clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement mounted inside a blue painted sphere with applied cast ribbon ornament, applied arabic numerals and Louis XV style hands, all supported by patinated spelter figure of a Roman goddess standing atop a pedestal.
CONDITION: spelter statue has been given a very heavy coat of gold paint, both spheres repainted, movement is stamped with the Ansonia name and trademark on the back plate, movement running, the swing arm was designed for a model with a shorter statue (such as The Huntress)
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $700
CIRCA: 1900
DIMENSIONS: 24in x 6in x 8in

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Lot#: 309

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Santa Fe", wall clock, 8 day brass, time only, double weight driven movement in a walnut case with a papered metal dial
CONDITION: the case retains remnants of an original finish. The papered dial, weights and spade hands are original. The pendulum rod is broken and taped near the rating assembly.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $550
CIRCA: 1885
DIMENSIONS: 49in x 16.5in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 310

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 62" wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a mahogany case with meter long pendulum, maintaining power and silvered dial
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The case has a new wooden bezel and a door incorrectly set with beveled lower glass. The hands and dial are replaced. The pendulum and weight are original. It appears that the core of the clock including movement, pendulum and back of case are original, while the bezel, dial and door have been added to complete the clock.
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $600
CIRCA: 1902
DIMENSIONS: 60in x 17in x 7in

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Lot#: 311

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 21", 8 day weight driven brass movement with maintaining power marble front gallery timepiece.
CONDITION: Marble dial in good condition has some slight surface staining in places. Nickel plated movement is stamped: "11 1/2". Original pendulum, hands and numbers.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $475
CIRCA: 1900
DIMENSIONS: 24in x 24in x 5.5in

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Lot#: 313

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Howard & Davis, Boston, Mass., "Watch Clock", softwood case with simple molded base, inset panels in base and trunk door and molded cornice, roman numeral white painted metal dial, brass 8 day timepiece movement with trapezoidal plates and turned pillars, ebonized wooden pendulum rod, damascened, brass clad, cast iron pendulum bob, and brass clad weight, c1860; (2) E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., hanging watch clock similar to the No. 26, rectilinear walnut case with molded cornice and applied crest, the door with molded glazed aperture for viewing the time recorder mechanism, roman numeral white painted metal dial, damascened 8 day timepiece movement, wooden pendulum rod with damascened brass clad pendulum bob, and cast iron weight, c1875.
CONDITION: (1) The case has been refinished and the grain painting is gone, grain painting remains inside the case, two partial labels inside the case, no time recorder mechanism, good dial with worn lettering, large impressive movement. (2) Case nicely refinished, no time recorder mechanism is present, the dial has been repainted. Dimensions are for the standing clock (1)
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $850
DIMENSIONS: 73in x 20in x 12in

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Lot#: 314

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two) master: (1) Standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass., master clock, time only, electrically driven brass movement in an oak case with a heavy nickel plated pendulum bob and silvered metal dial with subsidiary seconds and movement viewing aperture, c1920 (2) Standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass., master clock, time only, electrically driven brass movement in an oak case with painted metal dial with subsidiary seconds and movement viewing aperture, c1930.
CONDITION: Dimensions are for the clock with pendulum (1) Sold "as is"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $275
DIMENSIONS: 62in x 23in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 315

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two) Master: (1) Stromberg Time Corporation, New York, NY, master clock, time only, electrically driven pendulum movement with deadbeat escapement in an oak case with silvered dial with aperture and subsidiary seconds, c1940; (2) Unknown, Germany, master clock, electrically wound brass weight driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial, subsidiary seconds, c1950.
CONDITION: Dimensions are for the Stromberg (1) Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $325
DIMENSIONS: 60in x 18in x 7.5in

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Lot#: 316

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 3 (Three): International Business Machines Corp., Endicott, NY, office regulator wall clocks, time only, weight driven electrically wound movements in Art Deco hardwood cases, painted aluminum dials with arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and black metal hands, c1930.
CONDITION: the cases are in fair to good condition. The dials, glass, and hands and all in good condition. One comes with a nearly complete two-vial pendulum (no mercury and no leader) Three sets of nickel plated weights are included. These three clocks represent the same model in various stages of its evolution. Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $600 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $550
DIMENSIONS: 63in x 19in x 8in

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Lot#: 317

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) National Time Recorder Co., London, England, master clock, brass movement with electrically impulsed pendulum in a mahogany case with painted metal dial, c1940; (2) Differential Power Clock Co., Chicago, "One Year Differential Power Clock" wall clock, year running, time only, driven by two springs brass movement in a robust oak case and with signed metal dial, c1910; (3) McClintock-Loomis Company, Minneapolis, Minn., master clock, 8 day, time and program mechanism, spring driven brass clock movement and second spring driven program movement in a wood case with painted copper dial, c1930.
CONDITION: Dimensions are for the National Time Recorder (1) Sold "as is"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $500
DIMENSIONS: 51in x 15in x 7in

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Lot#: 318

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 3 (Three) master: (1) Carl Bohmeier, Germany, master clock, time and impulse for secondary clock, weight driven brass movement with deadbeat escapement and electrically powered auto-winder in an oak case with silvered dial, black steel hands, and basic compensating pendulum, c1940; (2) Unknown, master clock, time only, electrically impulsed pendulum in an oak case with engraved copper dial, c1930; (3) Miller Program Clock Co., Minneapolis, Minn., "Type Three Miller Program Clock", program clock, time and signal, electrically powered movement in an oak case with painted metal dial, c1940.
CONDITION: Dimensions are for the Miller Program Clock (3) Sold "as is"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $375
DIMENSIONS: 31in x 14in x 6in

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Lot#: 319

DESCRIPTION: Gents, Leicester, a GPO #36 MK6 master clock, rectilinear hardwood case with rounded corners and glazed door, movement with heavy cast iron back plate, fitted with two count wheels, and contacts at the top of the pendulum sending pulses at one, six, and thirty second intervals, pendulum with heavy cylindrical bob and Hipp toggle, and weight for fine timing, the inner left side of case with two brackets for retaining the pendulum rod while in transit
CONDITION: case with with minor bumps, scrapes, and dings, top and bottom with scratches and gouges, left door stile warped, gap at upper left when closed, movement complete, count wheels with gummy oil, agate with notch for toggle good, needs service, pendulum rod with minor oxidation, all components for closing contacts and advancing count wheels present, pendulum bob with minor scuffs, retainers and screws for pendulum transport brackets missing. This clock shows no evidence of ever having had a dial.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $300
CIRCA: 1960
DIMENSIONS: 50.5in x 11.5in x 6.75in

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Lot#: 320

DESCRIPTION: Stromberg Electric Co., Chicago, Illinois, electromechanical master wall clock in mahogany case with painted metal dial
CONDITION: sold "as is". Appears in original untouched condition including original pendulum.
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $125
CIRCA: 1920
DIMENSIONS: 30.5in x 20.5in x 6.75in

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Lot#: 321

DESCRIPTION: Herschede Hall Clock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, hall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime on five tubular bells, three brass weight driven movement in a mahogany case with arched top with central carved cartouche and applied carvings, full columns with carved capitals flanking hood door over trunk door with beveled glass and carved fan top flanked by full columns with carved capitals on base with large applied carving resting on paw feet. The brass dial has silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds, strike / silent and chime / silent discs, engraved brass spandrels and dial center, applied brass numerals and moon phase indicator.
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish with some scuffing under hood where hood slides on and other minor nicks and scrapes elsewhere and a split on the left side of base. The Crown Symphony style tubes are "HERSCHEDE HALL CLOCK CO" with patent date and crown trademark and the movement is stamped with crown trademark, some have minor cracks developing. The dial is in good condition.
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $700
CIRCA: 1900
DIMENSIONS: 95in x 26In x 16in

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Lot#: 322

DESCRIPTION: Jewelers standing regulator retailed by M.L. Sheehan, New York, New York, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with Swiss pinwheel escapement, center seconds and gridiron lyre pendulum bearing a plaque marked M.L. Sheehan, New York , all in a carved walnut case with burl walnut highlights and white enamel dial.
CONDITION: the case is associated with the movement has a new bracket, new base, new crest, replaced ornamentation, and is refinished.
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $2000
PRICE SOLD: $1200
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 99.5in x 31.75in x 9in

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Lot#: 323

DESCRIPTION: A standing walnut, six light jeweler's pinwheel regulator in a rectilinear case with glazed front and sides with projecting cornice and turned finials, roman numeral white enamel dial with blued steel Breguet style hands and concentric indicator showing dead seconds, 8 day timepiece movement, heavy bimetallic gridiron pendulum, and brass clad weight with nickel pulley.
CONDITION: case refinished, right cornice molding with loss, bruise on lower left base molding, finials replaced, upper side glasses are inappropriate replacements, dial with minor scratches, bezel polished and lacquered, hands painted black, second hand replaced, maintaining power pawl replaced, movement runs, pendulum with numerous dents and losses to lacquer, weight with minor tarnish and dents, pulley replaced.
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $750
DIMENSIONS: 83in x 25in x 14in

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Lot#: 324

DESCRIPTION: England, unsigned tall clock, 8 day, time and strike on bell, weight driven movement in a mahogany case with broken arch top, terminating in carved pinwheel roundels and flanking a flame finial, delicate fluted full columns flanking hood, fluted quarter columns flanking crotch mahogany trunk door and crotch mahogany panel on base, the painted metal dial has moon phase, date calendar and subsidiary seconds
CONDITION: the case has been professionally refinished with some filler in the bottom left of trunk door. Risers have been added and the seat board replaced. There is some minor veneer lifting and cracking in certain areas. The hour hand is broken in two pieces and the minute hand is replaced. One of the two outer flame finials is absent.
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $400
CIRCA: 1815
DIMENSIONS: 93in x 18.5in x 9.5in

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Lot#: 325

DESCRIPTION: England, a good early 20th century inlaid mahogany tall clock, the bracket feet supporting a base with mahogany and satinwood cross-banded frame with inset panel having floral marquetry and scrolled foliate border, the trunk door also with satinwood cross-banding surrounding a neoclassical urn with bellflower and trailing vine, terminating in a lion's head, the dyed marquetry elements with pen work detail, heavily molded bonnet with canted corners and broken arch terminating in paterae inlaid roundels, composite dial with silvered roman numeral chapter ring, foliate pierced and engraved spandrels and arch fret surrounding a silvered chime / silent indicator, dial center with floral and acanthus engraving, pierced blued steel hands, 8 day, three train brass movement with Graham deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, sounding Westminster quarters on gongs and striking the hour on a larger fifth gong, pendulum with heavy brass clad bob, and mismatched iron weights.
CONDITION: old finish with minor crazing, rear right foot repaired, case with minor dings and scratches, some veneers with minor blisters, trunk with splits at upper right and left corners of door, astragal molding on right side is an incorrect replacement, bonnet sides with splits and missing glasses, chapter ring, chime / silent, and seconds bit have been resilvered, hour hand a very poor replacement, minute hand with minor oxide and bends, escape wheel is mounted backwards on its arbor (easily corrected because it is mounted to the collet with two screws), movement is dirty and oily but the trains are free and function when pressure is applied by hand.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $300
CIRCA: 1910
DIMENSIONS: 89in x 20in x 14in

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Lot#: 326

DESCRIPTION: Charles Blanchard, London, England, tall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a mahogany case on a base with inlaid front panel, the trunk with fluted, canted corners, the hood with broken arch, brass dial with silvered roman numeral chapter ring and applied brass spandrels, matte dial center with engraved plaque with the maker's name, square date aperture, subsidiary seconds, and pierced steel hands.
CONDITION: Case with an original, rubbed down finish. Many small veneer issues where it is lifting or cracked. Bracket and leveling feet have been added to the base. The trunk has been skillfully shortened at the top and bottom to reduce the total height of the clock. The gilding on the three finials has some scratched areas. Dial is in good condition and may have been resilvered at some point. Hands are matte black. Not overly tall, so will fit in many modern homes with low ceilings.
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $375
CIRCA: 1765
DIMENSIONS: 80in x 20in x 10in

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Lot#: 327

DESCRIPTION: Herschede Clock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, early 20th century tall clock with mahogany, stained dome top case with cavetto molded cornice on compressed ball feet and break arch door with beveled glasses, arabic numeral composite dial with silvered chapter ring, pierced and engraved gilt spandrels and dial center, moon phase display in the arch, and fancy blued steel hands, 8 day, three train movement chiming on tubes, and sounding Westminster, Whittington, or Canterbury quarters, faux three jar mercury pendulum, and three polished brass weights.
CONDITION: case with minor bumps and dings, base of left column with minor loss, upper right cornice with small loss at back, glasses good, dial good, hands with minor oxidation, strike and chime train are complete but in need of service.
ESTIMATE: $700 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $1100
DIMENSIONS: 81in x 24in x 16.5in

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Lot#: 328

DESCRIPTION: Abraham Edwards, Ashby, Mass., tall clock, 30 hour, time, strike and calendar, weight driven wooden movement in a cherry case with arched top, two brass finials and full columns flanking hood, tombstone trunk door all resting on a molded base with painted wooden dial
CONDITION: the case signed "No. 7" by cabinet maker retains an old finish and one return molding needs to be reattached. The center finial is absent and the glass in the hood door is cracked. A one inch square upper right portion of base is absent. Correct style hands. There are NO weights and NO pendulum. The painted wooden dial is in good condition.
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $325
CIRCA: 1810

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Lot#: 329

DESCRIPTION: J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, Penn., tall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a mahogany case with glazed trunk door, broken arch top and single finial, the painted metal dial with subsidiary seconds, moon phase and equestrian themed spandrels
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The center finial is a replacement. There is loss to paint on moon dial and the chapter has been repainted. Spandrels appear original.
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $300
CIRCA: 1920
DIMENSIONS: 92in x 22.5in x 13in

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Lot#: 330

DESCRIPTION: Unknown, England, hall clock, 8 day, time and strike with Westminster chimes, three train weight driven brass movement with deadbeat escapement in a walnut case with molded base, glazed door, and hood with broken arch, arched dial with silvered chapter ring with applied brass numerals, pierced and engraved spandrels and dial center, moon phase dial, chime / silent selector, and subsidiary seconds dial.
CONDITION: The case is in fairly good condition with a very small amount of veneer loss in the pediment. The finish has started to deteriorate, having turned rough and light in spots. The glass in the bonnet door is absent. The movement has heavy plates and is comparable in quality to clocks by Elliot. The movement is stamped "Made in England" and "7663" in the back plate. The dial has some green oxidation on the top. The paint has largely flaked off of the moon phase dial. The weight shells have turned brown. The end of the threaded rod at the bottom of the pendulum has broken off. Movement strikes and chimes on large gongs.
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $325
CIRCA: 1920
DIMENSIONS: 89in x 22in x 14in

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Lot#: 331

DESCRIPTION: 19th Century English tall clock movement and dial in a 20th century purpose-made case, bonnet with pierced fret and brass finials, molded arch, and reeded columns, trunk with reeded quarter columns having brass capitals and bases, egg and dart molded glazed door with beveled glass, and egg and dart molded base, roman numeral white painted dial with phases of the moon, gilt spandrels with red painted centers, pierced blued steel hands, 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement
CONDITION: case is good overall with some crazing to the finish. On split to the bonnet door frame. Fretwork and ornaments on the bonnet are loose. Dial with some flaking and a few small areas of touched up white paint. Moon phase dial repainted. Hands with minor bends. Movement does not sit squarely in the case. The movement escapes and strikes when pressure is applied to train manually. Movement with numerous bushings. Pillar rivets poorly tightened. Service is recommended.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $250
DIMENSIONS: 90in x 20in x 12in

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Lot#: 332

DESCRIPTION: Alexander Moffat, Musselburgh, Scotland, early 19th century mahogany tall clock, bracket feet supporting a crotch mahogany veneered base with boxwood stringing and mahogany cross-banding, fluted quarter columns flanking a similarly veneered and cross-banded trunk door, the bonnet with turned columns and molded broken arch with brass rosettes and central brass finial, roman numeral white painted dial with bold outer five minute chapter and with gilt and polychrome fan spandrels, a polychrome painted bird and foliage in the arch with false plate signed "Talloway & Son / Edinr", typical pierced and chased Scottish brass hands, 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement, with typical gilt and polychrome ornamented cast iron pendulum bob with iron wire rod, and cast iron weights.
CONDITION: case refinished, feet replaced, separation between banding and stringing and veneered base panel, old repaired split in the right side of the base, brass hardware polished, bonnet columns replaced, bonnet door glass cracked, door is warped and does not close fully, rosettes replaced, finial replaced, dial with minor touch ups and losses, pendulum is good, weights are mismatched. Maker's signature on dial poorly strengthened. Evidence of a calendar below the hands which is missing, the hand shaft plugged and calendar dial faint. Still a handsome clock with beautiful wood in the case.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $750
PRICE SOLD: $800
CIRCA: 1815
DIMENSIONS: 90in x 20in x 10.5in

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Lot#: 333

DESCRIPTION: John Nevil, Norwich, England, longcase clock, 8 day, time and strike with date, weight driven brass movement in an oak case with flat-top hood with dentil molding, engraved brass dial with matte center and applied spandrels, subsidiary dials for seconds and strike/silent, blued steel hands.
CONDITION: the case is missing one side of the plinth, which has been repaired at least once. There is a hole through the backboard and a small piece of return molding is missing. The door lock is absent. The movement seatboard has been mounted with some new pieces of wood and an abundance of screws. The pendulum is of the correct length, but may not be original. Weights are mismatched. The brass bob is tarnished and scratched. Nevil (sometimes "Nevill") was active from 1784-1795.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $650
PRICE SOLD: $325
CIRCA: 1790
DIMENSIONS: 84in x 22in x 12in

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Lot#: 334

DESCRIPTION: Colonial Clock Company, Zeeland, Mich., chiming hall clock, 8 day, time and strike with Westminster chime playing on tubes, weight driven brass Herschede movement in a walnut case with brass dial, silvered chapter ring with applied brass numerals, and black steel hands
CONDITION: the case is in good shape. There is a section of veneer missing from the very top of the hood, which is difficult to see when the clock is set up. The two small glasses on either side of the hood are absent. The dark finish has worn off from some of the corners and edges. The brass clad pendulum bob and weights have tarnished. The dial is in good condition with just a bit of oxidation. Original steel hands and beveled door glass. The dowels holding the crest will need to be replaced.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $225
CIRCA: 1920
DIMENSIONS: 84in x 19in x 14in

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Lot#: 335

DESCRIPTION: England, tall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement in an associated walnut case with mahogany veneer accents and French feet, reeded corner columns flanking the door, broken arch and brass finial surmounting the hood, painted iron dial depicting the Royal Highland Regiment known as "The Black Watch", subsidiary date and seconds dials, blackened brass hands.
CONDITION: the case has some missing veneer and some old veneer repairs. One of the swan's necks has been repaired. Small molding losses. The movement has been associated with the case as indicated by the the freshly cut seatboard. The dial is just a bit too big, but doesn't look bad in place. The dial is a bit dirty, but has a very interesting subject matter in the British soldiers. Date hand is missing. Old pendulum bob and weights. Old glass in the hood door.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $300
CIRCA: 1820
DIMENSIONS: 88in x 19in x 11in

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Lot#: 336

DESCRIPTION: Friedrich Mauthe, Schwenningen, Germany, tall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement in a dark oak case with frame and panel doors, stepped molded cornice, embossed brass dial with black steel hands.
CONDITION: case is in good condition. Base has been glued back onto case. Door glass will need to be replaced. Pendulum is absent. Movement is signed. Strikes on a large gong.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $100
CIRCA: 1925
DIMENSIONS: 86in x 23in x 12in

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Lot#: 337

DESCRIPTION: Herschede Hall Clock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, "Model 10" floor standing clock, 8 day, time and strike with Westminster and Canterbury chime, spring driven brass movement in a mahogany case with silvered dial, c1930.
CONDITION: The case is in good condition. The finish has some light spots on the right side and some small scratches on the front door. The application of some pigmented polish would go a long way to restoring the color. The signed movement has cut pinions and heavy plates. The silvered dial is in good shape. The original blackened steel hands have lost a bit of their finish. The brass pendulum bob was ground down on both sides to provide clearance to swing within the case. This suggests that the time train mainspring may be a replacement that is too strong. The movement plays Westminster and the less common Canturbury chime on six chime rods. the chime selector is on the front dial and turned 90 degrees with a small watch key.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $150
CIRCA: 1935
DIMENSIONS: 72in x 14in x 9in

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Lot#: 338

DESCRIPTION: J. Whitaker, Guisborough, North Yorkshire, England, long case wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven brass movement in an oak case with signed painted metal dial and black steel hands.
CONDITION: the oak case is in decent condition with some scratches and scuffs on the outer edges. The dial spandrels appear over-painted in an incorrect style. The chapter ring and dial center appears to be original. The hands are mismatched, the minute hand incorrect. The movement has an unusual second arbor with a very large pinion. The end of the crutch has broken off and is included with the lot. Pendulum is a replacement.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $225
CIRCA: 1840
DIMENSIONS: 57in x 19in x 10in

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Lot#: 338A

DESCRIPTION: American circa 1825, a pine cased tall clock case with bracket feet supporting a molded base, the trunk with rectilinear door, and bonnet with turned columns, molded cornice, scrolled spat, and brass finials, arabic numeral painted wooden dial with gilt and polychrome spandrels, an urn with floral garland in the arch, and signed "S. Hoadley, Plymouth" around a country vignette above 6:00. Now fitted with an 8 day time and strike Hermle movement with quartz seconds
CONDITION: Case has a good look, but feet replaced, case refinished, door with old repairs, lock replaced, top of bonnet with repairs, dial good overall with minor losses. Modern German movement appears clean. A Hoadley clock for someone who doesn't want to wind it every day!
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $300
DIMENSIONS: 88in x 19in x 10in

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Lot#: 338B

DESCRIPTION: John Atkinson, Douglas, Isle of Man, England, tall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement mounted in an oak case on a base with canted corners and inlaid front panel, the trunk with turned quarter-columns flanking the door, and hood with broken pediment, square brass dial with silvered roman numeral chapter ring and applied brass spandrels, the dial center engraved with the maker's name, curved date aperture, pierced and stamped brass hands.
CONDITION: case has a smooth finish. There is a long vertical split in the front of the inlaid base and smaller splits on both sides. Repairs and reinforcements behind the broken pediment. Finial may be a replacement. Silvered chapter ring is a bit dark with tarnish. The dial has an unusual false plate stamped "Finnemore / London". Movement was serviced in 2005. Atkinson is listed in Loomes as active c1790.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $250
CIRCA: 1790
DIMENSIONS: 87in x 21.5in x 11.5in

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Lot#: 338D

DESCRIPTION: Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., standing clock with bar, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with deadbeat escapement in a dark oak Arts & Crafts style case with peaked roof, narrow counter top, and cabinet with shelves for spirits and drinking glasses, applied metal arabic numerals and pierced brass hands.
CONDITION: case with original finish, edges with scrapes and scuffs, movement signed by Waterbury, strike mainspring is broken
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $150
CIRCA: 1915
DIMENSIONS: 80in x 18in x 14in

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Lot#: 338E

DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two) Tall: (1) J.B. & R. Twiss, Montreal, Canada, early 19th century 30 hour wooden movement tall clock, base in the Hepplewhite style with scalloped skirt between tall straight bracket feet, trunk with rectangular thumb molded door, the bonnet with turned columns and broken arch pediment and central urn finial, arabic numeral white painted dial with gilt spandrels with polychrome floral decoration matching that in the arch, blued steel Terry style hands; (2) John Aitken, Dalry, Scotland, a second quarter 19th century mahogany and mahogany veneer tall clock, crotch veneered base with mahogany cross-banding and on compressed ball feet, the trunk with turned quarter columns flanking a crotch veneered door also with mahogany cross-banding, flat top bonnet with projecting cornice, and glazed break arch door, roman numeral white painted dial with polychrome spandrels depicting the constituents of the United Kingdom, the arch with hunting scene titled "Death of the Stag", pierced and chased brass Scottish hands, 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement.
CONDITION: (1) Case is refinished in a mahogany stain, scratches in the trunk and trunk door, finial replaced, dial with crazing, cleaned but retaining much of its original paint, hands replaced, replaced pendulum bob, movement with numerous replaced components, movement escapes and strikes when pressure is applied to the trains by hand. (2) Veneers with splits and minor loses, the lower trunk moldings with minor losses, bumps and dings, dial with restoration, movement ticks and strikes when pressure is applied by hand, weights replaced, dial does not fit the bonnet well. Dimensions are for the Scottish clock (2)
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $475
DIMENSIONS: 84in x 21in x 10in

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Lot#: 338F

DESCRIPTION: Parts- 2 (Two) tall clock cases: (1) Unknown, England, tall clock case and dial, walnut veneer case with turned half columns flanking the door together with painted metal dial with moon phase and date; (2) English tall clock case in dark wood, stepped base and swan's neck pediment.
CONDITION: dimensions provided are for the walnut clock case (1) Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $200 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $125
DIMENSIONS: 91in x 24in x 10in

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Lot#: 339

DESCRIPTION: Hermle & Sohn, Germany, for the Franklin Mint, "Royal Geographical Society Millennium Clock", 8 day, time and rotating planets, spring driven movement with annular time display on a molded wood base with four black stone columns supporting a polished brass frame, gilt blue glass earth sphere and white polished stone orbiting moon, all under a glass dome.
CONDITION: overall very good cosmetic condition, dated dedication plaque on base, movement ticks, functionality of the rotating planets is not known.
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $550
CIRCA: 1999
DIMENSIONS: 13in x 7in x 7in

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