AUCTION : 1013

Lots 801 - 900

Lot#: 801

DESCRIPTION: France, for Harris & Harrington, New York, miniature carriage clock with original travel case, rectangular brass case with carrying handle and beveled glass panels, unglazed back door, Arabic numeral, white enamel dial with blued steel spade and poker hands, 8 day time only movement with lever platform, travel case with patterned leather covering, removable blind panel, and interior glass panel, c1900
CONDITION: Case polished to brass and now tarnished, glasses dirty, left glass with minor chips at top, right glass with severe chips at back edge, case rear door loose, needs new hinge pins, dial dirty, otherwise very good, hands very good, movement with dirt and dust, minor tarnish and spotting, running, low balance amplitude, setting ok, travel case with losses to leather on top surface, carrying strap missing, clock Ht 3 3/8" to top of handle, travel case Ht 3 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $180

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Lot#: 802

DESCRIPTION: France, 8 day time and calendar carriage clock, spelter case in silver finish with caryatid corners, and decorated with classical style ornament, beveled glasses, Roman numeral white enamel dial with day of the week and date display, the calendar advancing at midnight, blued steel hands, key wind and set movement with lever platform, c1890
CONDITION: Case with darkening and minor losses and some small touch ups to finish, top corners with scarring, may originally have had small finials, handle a bit loose, back door may be replaced, glasses good, dial with minor scratches, flakes at center arbor, minute and hour hands may be replacements, calendar hands good, dial and movement lean slightly backward in case, movement running well and calendar advancing as it should, setting functional, platform replaced, Ht 7" to top of handle
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 803

DESCRIPTION: Baird Clock Co., Plattsburgh, NY, "Yarbrough's Mild Burley Tobacco" advertising wall clock, 8 days, time only, spring driven movement in wooden case with paper mache doors and paper dial, c1893
CONDITION: the bottom advertisement reads "R.M. HUGHES & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY.". The lower door is in excellent original condition. Advertising on top door has been touched up. The dial is original / old, with extra holes in pan / mounting area. This rare Yarbrough's model is not pictured in Jerry Maltz's "Baird Advertising Clocks". Ht 31"
ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE SOLD: $1500

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Lot#: 805

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Antique Hanging" wall clock, 8 days, time and strike, spring driven movement in an oak case with ormolu appliqués and embossed metal dial, c1904
CONDITION: the clock is in excellent and complete condition including original acorn counter weights, hands, weight hangers, and ormolu appliqués The case has been professionally refinished and the ormolu appliqués professionally restored to like new condition. This is an impressive example that would look great as soon as hung. We have sold past examples, not as beautiful as this one, for over $10,000. Ht 40 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE SOLD: $4800

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Lot#: 806

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Franconia", cast metal fantasy clock, featuring flying gargoyles to the sides, a bird below the dial and profuse scrolls and swirls, surmounted by a winged urn, c1894
CONDITION: this uncommon model has been professionally restored with a silvery finish. There is a small 1/4" tip absent from right side of winged urn. The small line drawing of the clock shown in Ly's book titled "Ansonia Clocks" gives no hint of the impressive nature of the clock. We sold a similar model, lot #633, in our October 27th & 28th, 2012 sale for $2100. Ht 18"
ESTIMATE: $1400 - $1800
PRICE SOLD: $1300

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Lot#: 808

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Niobe" oak time and strike weight driven wall regulator with fancy cast pendulum, c1904
CONDITION: the rare and ornate case has its original surface which now is a bit dull and dry but no major losses or damage. The heavy cast metal dial has oxidized to an old patina, and the thick cast ornaments all are present. The movement is signed, but the rope twist weights are absent. Ht 45"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $700

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Lot#: 809

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Reubens" figural clock on an enameled iron base, 8-day time and strike with visible escapement, c1894
CONDITION: the hinge for the dust cover has come un-soldered (still stays in place fine} but otherwise overall excellent original condition with some minor chips on base. Ht 16.2"
ESTIMATE: $600 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $600

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Lot#: 810

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Standard Regulator" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with papered metal dial with seconds bit, c1920
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish and is in excellent condition. The original paper dial has some abrasion near center of dial. Ht 37"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 811

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Queen Elizabeth", 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock, c1901
CONDITION: Partially stripped oak case in nice condition with remains of an original finish. Original paper dial with surface wear and stains at the winding arbors. Hands are original. Original pendulum has a couple of dings in the brass face. Nice label on the back of the case. Ht 37"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $450
PRICE SOLD: $300

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Lot#: 812

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Monarch", 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement shelf clock, c1880
CONDITION: Walnut case in nice condition in original finish with a small area of damage on the base. Dial paper has been replaced. Hands have been replaced. Bell is a replacement. The two handles on the top finial have been restored. The glass in the door is clear, but the illustration in the catalog shows a decorative design on the glass. The pendulum included is rather nice, but has been modified and may not be original as the catalog shows a double tube type pendulum. A piece of the wood knob on the drawer is broken off. Interesting label on the back of the case. Ht 24 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $375

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Lot#: 813

DESCRIPTION: Forestville Manufacturing Company, 8 day, time and strike ripple molding round gothic or onion top shelf clock. c.1845.
CONDITION: Rosewood veneered ripple molding case in very nice condition in an old and possibly original finish with a small chip on the back edge of the top. Original painted dial with minor loss at the mounting pins, small area on the edge, small chip in the center, and a small repair between 1 and 2 o'clock. Hands are original. Original tablet is cracked in a couple of places. Original bone door knob. Ht 20"
ESTIMATE: $1800 - $2500
PRICE SOLD: $1200

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Lot#: 814

DESCRIPTION: Forestville Manufacturing Co., (J.C. Brown), Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike ripple molding rounding gothic or beehive shelf clock, c1845
CONDITION: Rosewood veneered case in an old finish with some damage on the left side back edge and the top. Original painted dial has age darkened with a lot of paint loss on the edge, some at the winding arbor and someone has painted a red border around the dial edge. Hands are original. Tablet looks to be a replacement. A very dark but readable label inside the case. Ht19"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $600

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Lot#: 815

DESCRIPTION: Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass., wall regulator with long drop, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in mahogany case with painted metal dial and reverse painted lower tablet, serial #205, c1890
CONDITION: the case has been refinished. There is a crack repair to the back board, the top finial photographed is a replacement, but we believe we have the original. The tie down for the pendulum is absent. The minute hand is a replacement. There are extra holes under the dial, which has some flaking. There are some losses to the lower tablet. The clock has a period Howard No. 70 weight. Ht 40"
ESTIMATE: $3500 - $4500
PRICE SOLD: $2500

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Lot#: 817

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, 8.5" dial bronze 8 day ship's bell marine clock on mahogany stand, late 20th century
CONDITION: the overall condition is very good with only the barest wear to the dark bronze finish. The metal dial is pristine, and the stained wood cradle looks nearly new. The unnumbered movement, from the few years when the serial numbering system was suspended, ticks and strikes briskly. Overall height on stand 13"
ESTIMATE: $2800 - $3200
PRICE SOLD: $2200

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Lot#: 819

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Commander" 8" dial brass and mahogany 8 day ships bell mantel clock, 1908
CONDITION: the heavy metal case, with hinged bezel, and wood base both have old surfaces, the lacquered brass now is dull. The signed brass dial has applied bronze numbers and fancy hands all colored dark green. The early movement is serial number 36583. Ht 13"
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $950

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Lot#: 820

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass, "Tambour No. 3", copper bronze 8-day time and house strike mantel clock, 1914
CONDITION: this heavy case has been nicely polished to a bright coppery finish with no damage or losses. The "Special" signed silvered dial, with applied bronze numbers, has some slight tarnish and scratches. The movement, serial no. 100495, ticks and strikes on a coil gong. Ht 10.5"
ESTIMATE: $1700 - $2200
PRICE SOLD: $1500

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Lot#: 821

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "Regulator #3" dark oak 8 day weight driven time only wall clock, 1908
CONDITION: the original finish has some paint along the back edges from when the wall was painted, and there are some minor nicks and scratches. The signed painted metal dial is in very good condition with minor flaking, and has the seconds track found on this rarer and costlier model. The signed movement is serial number 36147. The pendulum bob is present but the rest of its rod and assembly is not, and there is no weight, but the nice original beat scale remains. Both glasses are old. Ht 38"
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $1000

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Lot#: 822

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "Standish" brass and beveled glass 8-day desk timepiece, for Udall and Ballou, New York, 1928
CONDITION: the heavy brass clock, serial number 187894, is in good condition with some scratches and wear to the finish. Silvered dial with raised numbers is in very nice condition with original hands, and the thick beveled glass is fine.. Dial signed with retailers name. Ticks and sets okay. Ht 10"
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $700

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Lot#: 823

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "U.S. Constitution" brass 8 day ship's bells commemorative mantel clock, number 93 in limited issue of 750, c1994
CONDITION: this example is in near-new condition, with very slight deterioration of the lacquer. The silvered dial is pristine, and the engraving on the front and back of the base confirms the model and number. The movement, serial number 865316, ticks and strikes. Ht 9.25"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 825

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Mariner" 4.5" dial "Yacht Wheel" bronze and mahogany stand 8 day ship's bells marine clock, 1929
CONDITION: the bronze patina has some wear but still looks good. The mahogany stand retains its original finish with some minor scuffs and scratches. The bezel is hinged, with good glass. The standard silvered dial has very minor tarnish and scratches. The movement, serial number 194269, ticks and strikes. Ht 14"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $800

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Lot#: 826

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock CO., Chelsea, Mass., "Commodore" model shelf clock, patinated bronze case with cavetto molded base on ball feet, 6" silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals, steel hands, marked "Chelsea Ships Bell", 8 day movement with ships bell striking, c1940
CONDITION: case dirty and with minor scratches, finish is intact, dial good, one small mark under right winding arbor, "Chelsea Ships Bell" nearly removed from dial, hands good, ticks and strikes, Ht 9 3/8"
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $850

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Lot#: 827

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo clock or timepiece retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston. Serial no. 178427, c1927
CONDITION: Mahogany case in very nice condition in original finish. Original silvered dial has been professionally restored by The Dial House. Original tablets with some repair to the background caused by lifting paint. Hands are original. Movement is signed. Ht 41"
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 828

DESCRIPTION: Little & Eastman / Boston Clock Co, Boston, for retailer Daniel Pratt's Sons, 8-day weight driven timepiece, c1895
CONDITION: Refinished oak case with some remains of the original finish. Repainted dial with some minor loss at the mounting screws maybe a replacement as there are extra holes in the case. Hands are original. Original pendulum and weight. The door, case and dial door are stamped with number 49. Movement is signed Little & Eastman. Ht 34 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $700

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Lot#: 829

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., 8 day 3/4 size patent or banjo wall timepiece. Serial no. 182186, c1927
CONDITION: Mahogany case in original finish with some small dings and scratches. Original painted dial with some scratches and a stained area near the center. Original bottom tablet with some slight lifting on the white background. Original throat glass. Hands are original. Ht 32"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 830

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "Pendulum No. 1" oak 8 day weight driven time only wall clock, c1898
CONDITION: the solid wood case has been nicely refinished, but the lower glass should be clear but has been painted with the Howard colors. The signed movement is serial number 1483 from the first years of Chelsea production. The painted metal dial has a yellowed coating of finish and the lettering is newer. The weight looks correct, the bottom portion of the pendulum unit may be more modern, and its tie-down is absent. The hands are a painted soft metal, not original. Ht 33"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $675

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Lot#: 831

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, 4.5" dial brass and bronze 8 day ship's bell clock, with hardwood cradle, c1960
CONDITION: the original lacquered surface has minor wear, and the silvered dial looks good except for a small scratch and blemish near the 3. Movement number 638303 ticks and strikes briskly. The mahogany cradle does not fit the clock, but holds it upright okay. The glass has been secured with excessive hot glue, but this is not visible from the outside of the hinged bezel. Overall diameter 11"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $700

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Lot#: 832

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, time and house strike 3/4 size patent or banjo timepiece. Serial no. 784373, c1972
CONDITION: Mahogany case in original finish with loss on the bottom door from failure of the finish. Original lower glass with some lifting of the border paint. Original throat glass has some lifting in the bottom area. Original dial with mottled areas. Original finial. Ht 32"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $475

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Lot#: 833

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock CO., Chelsea, Mass., for Shreve, Crump & Low, Boston, "Tambour #3", with 5" dial, patinated cast bronze case on ball feet, front of base engraved "V. Grande", bezel with convex, beveled glass, Arabic numeral, silvered dial withy black painted steel moon hands, 8 day time and strike movement sounding the hours and half hour on a gong, serial #180173, c1925
CONDITION: case dirty, minor marks, scratches, and small spots of verdigris, but retains much of its original patination, front left foot with white paint, rear left foot a wooden replacement, bezel hinge tubes stretched, hinge loose when bezel is open, bezel with gap when closed, dial good with minor spots and scratches, hands repainted, one screw holding gong sound board missing, fabric lining in back door replaced, one movement mounting rod and screw missing, ticks and strikes, Ht 8 3/4"
ESTIMATE: $600 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $325

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Lot#: 834

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Admiral" dial brass 8 day ship's bell mantel clock, sold by Abercrombie & Fitch Co., New York, 1929
CONDITION: the original lacquered brass patina on this all-brass case, with hinged bezel, has dulled but still looks good. The dial, showing the famous retailer name, has some scratches, tarnish, and losses in the number blacking. The movement, serial number 191324, strikes but ticks only briefly; the wood bottom has the same number. Ht 9.25"
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 835

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., banjo wall clock, 8 days, time only, spring driven movement with lever escapement in a mahogany front case with painted metal dial, c1920
CONDITION: the clock is in very good original condition. The clock is ticking. Ht 43"
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 836

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "Commodore" or "Base and Ball" cast brass 4.5" dial 8 day ship's bells mantel clock, retailed by Spaulding & Co., Chicago, 1919
CONDITION: the heavy brass case, with hinged bezel, has been nicely polished and lacquered, but the original silvered dial, showing the Chicago store name, is somewhat tarnished. Movement with number 137411 strikes and ticks briefly, but needs service. The wood base is stamped 137338, close enough number to perhaps indicate original association with this movement. Ht 7.5"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 837

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece or clock retailed by Smith Patterson Co., Boston, Serial No. 93093. Case is stamped 13, c1915
CONDITION: Mahogany case in original finish with some minor dings and scraps. Original painted dial with some minor loss at the mounting screws. Original tablets with some loss to the background on the throat tablet and on the bottom tablet loss to the background in the center area and stain on the lower left area. Movement is signed. Recenlty cleaned and serviced. Ht 33 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $375

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Lot#: 838

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., "Vanderbilt" model table or desk clock, patinated brass case pivoting on supports mounted to the base, bezel with beveled glass, 4" silvered brass dial, blued steel hands, movement with ships bell striking, clock base engraved "Dave Bell In Memory of Many Happy Hours We've Shared, The Happy Hour", c1940
CONDITION: case with scattered spotting and minor corrosion, minor scratches, glass god, dial with minor scratches, hands very good, dial trim ring with verdigris and minor losses at 6:00, runs and strikes
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 839

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, 8 day time and house strike spring driven mahogany 3/4 banjo timepiece, C1950
CONDITION: well made solid wood case in original finish with some scratches and edge wear . Painted metal dial shows some faint toning; the reverse paint Mount Vernon tablets are near perfect. Original cast brass eagle finial, bezel with convex glass, and side arms. Striking jeweled movement #559253 strikes but does not tick. Ht 32"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $375

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Lot#: 840

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for Tiffany, "Gothic" cast bass 8 day time and house strike mantel clock, 1908
CONDITION: the heavy case, with its ball feet, has an old lacquered surface with some darkening and spotting, but an overall nice patina. The convex beveled glass is fine, and the silvered dial, signed "Tiffany & Co.", has just a bit of tarnish. Low serial number 35190 is stamped on the movement back plate. The clock is fully wound but does not tick or strike. Ht 13.5"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $400

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Lot#: 841

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co.,, Boston, Mass., "Chinese Lacquer" 6 5/8" frame easel style 8 day time only desk clock, c1967
CONDITION: this ornate timepiece is in very good original condition with just slight wear to the Asian motif finish. The signed multicolor dial is fine, and the bronzed back and strut have a good patina. Serial no. 696140 is stamped on the rear cover of the movement which ticks and sets okay
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $375

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Lot#: 842

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea, Clock Co, Boston, Mass., "Tambour No. 3" cast bronze 8 day time and house strike mantel clock for Tiffany & Co., New York , 1919.
CONDITION: the smallest size of this model, the heavy case retains its original but worn bronze finish, and the silvered signed dial, beveled convex glass, and numbered wood case bottom are fine. Serial number 135992 is stamped on the back plate and base. The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 7.25"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $450

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Lot#: 843

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, "Mark I Boat Clock, U.S. Navy" WWII brass 8 day marine timepiece, dated 1941
CONDITION: there is an old patina on the heavy brass, the signed black dial has darkened a bit, and the hands are discolored. The bulkhead mount plate is absent, perhaps explained by the rear handwritten sticker "Scott Wayland took from baby flat-top "Saginaw" in N.Y. harbor 1945 where it was towed before salvage after taking a kamikazi attack". Movement 287062 ticks briskly, with rear winding, setting, and seconds hacking holes protected by a sliding cover. Largest diameter 5.75"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $550
PRICE SOLD: $375

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Lot#: 844

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, 8" dial 8 day time only marine clock custom-mounted in brass porthole stand, c1965
CONDITION: this heavy case was skillfully fabricated from an old porthole and pieces of sheet brass that were lacquered and now flaking a bit. The plywood back removes quickly for access to movement number 687888 which ticks. The painted metal dial has a few small blemishes and a rectangular cutout before the center shaft. The front round glass is absent. Ht 20"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $475

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Lot#: 845

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass. "Erickson" bronze strut desk set with 8 day timepiece and barometer/thermometer, 1929
CONDITION: the heavy bronze case retains its old patina in only slightly worn condition, and the silvered dials have light tarnish. The beveled glasses are fine. The two instruments appear to be functional, but the clock does not tick. Serial number 193263, ht 4"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $140

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Lot#: 846

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., 8 day time and house strike brass lever movement mantel clock with the Serial no. 157848, c1925. We could not find this specific model in the Chelsea catalog, but a similar model is labeled: "Mahogany Dome".
CONDITION: Mahogany case in original finish with a repair to the upper left front molding and a small piece of brass inlay is missing on the bottom front of the case. Original silvered dial has small scratches and abrasion at the winding arbors and at twelve o'clock. Movement is original to the case. Hands are original. Ht 12 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $400

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Lot#: 847

DESCRIPTION: Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., U.S. Navy 8 day 8.5" black 24-hour dial time-only phenolic case wall clock, 1945
CONDITION: this clock is in very good original condition, without the discoloration often seen on these cases. The military dial also is very clean with just slight darkening of the numbers and letters. The briskly ticking movement serial number is 497180 made in 1945, the government serial number 105724E is on the dial. Overall diameter 10"
ESTIMATE: $350 - $450
PRICE SOLD: $475

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Lot#: 848

DESCRIPTION: William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Sharon", wall clock, 8 days, time, strike and McCabe's patent with digital calendar, spring driven movement in an oak case with reverse painted tablet and papered metal dial, c1890
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish rubbed down. The dial mask has age cracks and the lower section of the case has a 5 1/2" age crack. The cardboard instruction sheet covering the calendar mechanism is absent. The reverse painted tablet is repainted. Ht 37 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $750

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Lot#: 849

DESCRIPTION: William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winstead, Conn., "Thespian" 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock, c1910
CONDITION: Oak case in nice condition in original finish. Original paper dial has darkened a little with some surface wear and stains. Hands and tablet are original. Nice label on the back of the case. Ht 37"
ESTIMATE: $250 - $350
PRICE SOLD: $500

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Lot#: 850

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 10 Regulator" figure eight wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in a walnut case with painted iron dial and reverse painted tablets, c1880
CONDITION: the case is lacking finish. There is a crack repair to base where weight fell through. The lower portion of baffle is absent and the remainder is a replacement. There are cracks in lower throat tablet. There is an old pendulum stick repair. The signature has been strengthened on dial. The weight is original. Ht 34 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $7000 - $9000
PRICE SOLD: $5200

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Lot#: 851

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 9 Regulator" figure eight wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in a walnut case with painted iron dial and reverse painted tablets, c1880
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down. The lower base has crack repairs from the weight falling through. The lower rosette has a very old chip. The throat tablet has been replaced and the lower tablet is original. There are multiple holes under original dial mounting board, the weight baffle is a replacement and the pendulum tie down absent. The dial retains its original paint and is in excellent condition with minor flaking on left perimeter. The weight has a crack, is painted gold and is not original. Ht 37 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $7000 - $9000
PRICE SOLD: $5500

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Lot#: 852

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 59-8 Regulator" Viennese style wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with 8" painted metal dial, c1890
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish, which has been improperly cleaned and rubbed down. The top center and and right finials have been broken and repaired. The dial has inpainting and an overcoat that is yellowing and the wooden dial surround is absent. The nicely damascened pendulum bob is brass and lacks nickels finish. Ht 46"
ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE SOLD: $2200

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Lot#: 853

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 75 Regulator" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial and reverse painted tablet, c1900
CONDITION: the clock has an old untouched surface with some deterioration to finish. The two top rear finials are absent. The dial is in excellent condition with original paint. The lower tablet is repainted. The pendulum bob is damascened and original. The iron weight is original and marked "70". Ht 35"
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $5000
PRICE SOLD: $3300

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Lot#: 855

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 11 Regulator" keyhole wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in a rosewood grained case with painted metal dial and reverse painted tablet, c1880
CONDITION: the case retains its original rosewood grain finish. There is a small segment of wood absent from area of bezel latch. The dial has been professionally repainted by the Dial House. The lower tablet has been properly repainted professionally. Ht 31 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE SOLD: $3600

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Lot#: 856

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 1 Regulator" banjo wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven reproduction Howard No. 1 movement by David Lindow in a rosewood grained case with painted metal dial and reverse painted tablets, c1880
CONDITION: the case retains its original rosewood graining with very minor wear on the bezel. The lower portion of the weight baffle is a replacement and two of the mounting tabs on the throat are broken out. The pendulum tie down is a replacement. The movement by David Lindow of Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania is extremely high quality and accurately reproduced. The second's hand arbor and winding arbor have some minor misalignment issues and there is no second's hand. The dial, pendulum stick and bob, reverse painted tablets and the weight are all original. The lower left side of the pendulum bob has a small dent. Ht 50"
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $3300

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Lot#: 857

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 70 Regulator" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in a cherry case with painted metal dial and reverse painted tablet, c1910
CONDITION: the clock retains its excellent original finish with very minor blemishes. The dial has its original paint. The lower tablet has its original paint. The movement and weight are both marked "70". This is an outstanding all original example of the No. 70 model in cherry. Ht 31"
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $3300

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Lot#: 858

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight patent or banjo timepiece retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., c1923
CONDITION: Mahogany case in very nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial has a little loss at the mounting screws and a small area on the edge. Hands are original. Both tablets are original with a little loss in George's face. A very nice nickel plated signed movement. Original eagle finial. Ht 40"
ESTIMATE: $1800 - $2200
PRICE SOLD: $950

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Lot#: 859

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., reproduction NH mirror wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement signed in a mahogany case with typical NH turned half columns gilded and ebonized and reverse painted top glass and lower mirror tablets, painted metal dial, dated 1990
CONDITION: the clock is in outstanding original condition with nicely damascened movement and weight stamped "59". It was purchased new and never used. Ht 27 1/4"
ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE SOLD: $1300

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Lot#: 860

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 5", 8 day, weight brass movement wall clock or timepiece, c1900
CONDITION: Cherry and rosewood grain painted case in very nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial has darkened a little with minor loss at the mounting screws and the winding arbor and couple of other minor chips. Throat tablet is original. Bottom tablet has been restored. Hands, pendulum and weight are original. Movement is signed. Hold down for the pendulum is missing. Ht 28 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $1900

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Lot#: 861

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo clock or timepiece, c1992
CONDITION: A mahogany and banded case banjo in excellent overall condition. The case is numbered: "263". The only check against the excellent rating is the brass hold down block for the pendulum is missing. A small brass plaque inside the case reads "Theodore Stevens SN 8". Ht 36"
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $1300

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Lot#: 862

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight patent or banjo timepiece, for Bigelow, Kennard & Co, c1925 This clock was given as a gift with brass plaque that reads: "Presented to Colonel John F. Osborn by the officers of the 101st Engineers on his retirement from command March 24th, 1927"
CONDITION: Mahogany and mahogany veneered banded case in very nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial with some small loss at the mounting screws, at the winding arbor and in a couple spots on the edge. Hands are original. Original tablets in very fine condition. Nickel plated movement is signed. Geneva stop gear is missing. Original eagle finial. Note John Frederic Osborn was born Jan. 24, 1873 at Cambridge, Mass. He married Lucia Lincoln Boggs (1875-1950). He became a cadet in Dec., 1897 and served in the Spanish-American War in 1899 and in 1916 in Mexican Border service. He served as a Captain in the 101st Massachusetts Engineers during World War I and was promoted to Major in 1918 and to a Colonel in 1919. He died Mar. 19, 1932 at Chelsea, MA and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Mass. Ht 40"
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $1400

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Lot#: 863

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 5 Banjo Reissue", 8 day, weight brass movement banjo clock or timepiece. Serial No 11 stamped on the case, the movement and written on the back of the dial, c1977
CONDITION: Mahogany case in very nice condition in original finish with a couple of small scratches on the right side of the bottom door. Original painted dial is very fine. Hands, pendulum, weight and tablets are original. Ht 29"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $800

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Lot#: 864

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement wood sidearm banjo clock or timepiece, c1975 Movement and dial are stamped 1850 and No. 24. This case style represents one of the types produced in the1850 period.
CONDITION: Mahogany case in very nice condition in original finish. Tablets, dial, pendulum and weight are original. Movement is stamped.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $950

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Lot#: 865

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 70", 8 day, weight brass movement regulator clock or timepiece. c.1900
CONDITION: Cherry case in original finish with dings and scraps and a repair to the base molding. Some of the segments on the dial door have been attached to the front segments with wood screws. Original painted dial with some loss at the mounting screws and few other places on the dial. Original tablet with some loss of the background. Original pendulum. Part of the weight baffle is missing. Movement is signed. Weight is marked "70". Ht 31"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $1000

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Lot#: 866

DESCRIPTION: E. Ingraham, Bristol Conn., "Corrugated Gallery" 10" dial chestnut 8 day time only gallery clock, c1872
CONDITION: the refinished case has some minor scratches, and the painted metal dial has just a few flakes and the expected faint crazing. The movement is complete and the inside paper label is very good. 17" overall diameter
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $1200

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Lot#: 867

DESCRIPTION: E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn. "Grecian Mosaic" 8 day time and strike shelf clock, c1870
CONDITION: Refinished walnut and maple case with a small veneer chip on the right side of the base. Original paper dial has age darkened with some stains. Hands are original. Nice clean green label inside the case. Ht 14.5"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $250

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Lot#: 868

DESCRIPTION: E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Grecian Mosaic" 8 day, time, strike and alarm shelf clock, c1871
CONDITION: Refinished walnut, walnut and bird's-eye veneered case with a little veneer loss on the left side beveled edge on the base. Original dial has been repainted. Hands are period, but maybe a replacement as they are a little too short. Nice original green label inside the case. Ht 14 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $250

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Lot#: 869

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "No. 6 1/2 Shelf Belgrade", 8 day, time and strike double dial calendar clock, c1880
CONDITION: Refinished walnut case in very nice condition with a little damage to the center molding on the top crest. Original paper time dial has surface wear. Original calendar dial is fairly clean for its age. The calendar rollers have age darkened. Hands are original. Original pendulum has a repaired break in the rod and right top ear on the carved bob is missing. Dark labels on the backboard. Ht 32"
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE SOLD: $1500

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Lot#: 870

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, N.Y., "No. 3 1/2 Parlor" black dial walnut time and strike calendar clock, c1881
CONDITION: very nice original condition with no losses or damage to this ornate case with ebony wood trimmings. The nickel-plated metal components are worn and dull, and the top bezel needs to be resoldered to its dial hinge. The glass pendulum and lower dial are fine, and the black paper dial and calendar rollers are appropriately aged. About 20% of the dark paper label remains on the rear panel. Ht 20"
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $2300

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Lot#: 871

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "Chronometer" shelf clock, 8 days, time, strike and perpetual calendar, spring driven movement in a walnut case with papered dial and "CHRONOMETER" gold leafed on glass, c1885
CONDITION: the case has an old finish with mediocre glue and nail repairs to the original top. The original dials have some touch up to the paper. The brass pendulum bob has some dimples. This clock was made for W.V. Shelton & Co., which is printed on the lower calendar dial. Ht 33 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1500
PRICE SOLD: $1100

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Lot#: 872

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "No. 6 Hanging Library". 8 day, time and strike double dial calendar clock, c1875
CONDITION: Refinished walnut case in very nice condition. Original time dial has age darkened with some minor wear. Original calendar dial has age darkened a little as well with some minor wear. Calendar rollers have age darkened. Hands are original. Nice clean labels on the back of the case. Ht 28"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $1300

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Lot#: 873

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, N.Y., "Shelf Library" walnut 8 day time and strike calendar clock, c1874
CONDITION: the clock is in overall very good condition with some spotting on the finish. One flat piece is absent on the top crest and a small strip of wood has cracked off the back of the curved top (not visible from the front). The dials have only slight toning, and the original calendar rollers are appropriately darkened. Both movements are complete, and a dark label remains on the backboard. Ht 25"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 874

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, N.Y., "No.10 Farmer's Model" walnut 8 day time and strike calendar shelf clock, dated 1887
CONDITION: this clock is in very good original condition, with clean dials and calendar rollers and just a few scuffs to the wood case. The rear paper label is nearly complete, and both movements are intact. Ht 26"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 875

DESCRIPTION: F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "India" 8-day enameled iron and cast brass time and strike mantel clock, c1885
CONDITION: this heavy case retains its original surfaces with some wear and scratches. The beveled glass is fine; the pressed brass dial has darkened and faded. The patterned movement plates are a bonus. The side winged figures need to be tightened. Ht 15"
ESTIMATE: $250 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 876

DESCRIPTION: New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Columbia" wall clock, 30 days, time only, double spring driven movement in a cherry case with painted metal dial, c1911
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The crest is a professional replacement. The dial has been repainted by the dial house. There is a good label on the rear of case. Ht 48 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $800

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Lot#: 877

DESCRIPTION: New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn. "Chime No. 2" mahogany 8 day time and Westminster chime mantel clock, c1899
CONDITION: we do not find this model in Ly or previous sales but the consignor identifies it as the No. 2. The large ornate case retains an old slightly crazed finish, and there is a substantial chip of wood gone from the top right rear corner. The signed celluloid dial is good, and the beveled glass is intact, but the entire bezel needs to be secured to the case. With its separate chime movement and side switch, and five coil gongs, it appears to have been competing with the Seth Thomas Sonora models. The wood back panel is newer. Ht 17"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $225

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Lot#: 878

DESCRIPTION: New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Willard", 30 day double wind patent or banjo clock or timepiece c1911
CONDITION: Mahogany case in as found condition in original finish with some minor scraps and dings. Original silvered brass has darkened a little with a stain at 7 and 12 o'clock and some scratches and tarnish. Original hands, tablets, eagle finial and pendulum. Movement is signed. Ht 44 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $225

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Lot#: 879

DESCRIPTION: New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., Vienna regulator style wall clock, walnut case with glazed door and sides, door with turned half columns with ribbed capitals and bases, applied composition ornament, case top piece with applied carving, the base with walnut veneered, deeply molded ogee bracket with central drop, Roman numeral white painted metal dial fixed to a walnut veneered frame with fretwork lower edge, and with fabric backed cutouts below 5:00 and 7:00, blued steel hands, 8 day time and strike movement, c1880
CONDITION: case with minor bumps, scrapes, and dings, dirty, composition ornament with minor losses and reglued to case, glasses appear to be original, central drop and its adjacent molding replaced, small drops replaced, removable top piece replaced, base of right column reglued, now incorrectly centered, dial dirty, but otherwise very good, hands mismatched, dial mounting board very good, beat scale replaced, ticks and strikes, Ht 41"
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $225

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Lot#: 880

DESCRIPTION: New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Lena", 8 day, time and strike walnut shelf clock, c1881
CONDITION: Refinished walnut case with a repair to the top plinth that supports the finial. Finial is a replacement. Oil paper dial is fairly clean with some stains. Hands are original. Tablet is original with some loss in the green areas. Pendulum looks to be original with the rod having been repaired. Remains of a label on the back of the case. Ht 35.5"
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $250

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Lot#: 881

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Marcy" wall clock, 8 days, time, strike and quarter hour cuff chiming, three train spring driven movement in a mahogany case with painted metal dial, c1880
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish with minor blemishes and some deterioration. There are a 3/4" piece of upper left return molding and 1/4" piece of front portion of lower finial absent. There is minor touch up to dial. The nickel plating on the damascene pendulum bob is absent. Ht 47"
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE SOLD: $3600

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Lot#: 882

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Master Clock M" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with 18" painted metal dial signed "MASTER REGULATOR, PETTES & RANDALL CO. NEW YORK", c1922
CONDITION: the outside of the case has a great alligatored original finish. The inside of the case has a later glossy finish. The case and dimensions are identical to the model "Regulator No. 31" and there is evidence in this clock where parts of the master clock have been removed {holes neatly filled}. The mounts for the dial surround are replacements. The pendulum stick is a period ST replacement with impulse plate moved to fit this movement. The five small rear finials are absent. The four front finials are present. The damascened pendulum bob and weight are Seth Thomas issue and nickel plated. Whether viewed as the Master Regulator or a Regulator #31, this is still an uncommon Seth Thomas model, large and impressive. Ht 68"
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE SOLD: $2800

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Lot#: 884

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 6" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial and brass pendulum bob and weight, c1890
CONDITION: the case has an old surface cleaned and rubbed down to a dull finish. There is a split repair to the upper left return molding and minor veneer cracking to curved portion of base. The dial retains it original paint. Ht 48"
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $2500
PRICE SOLD: $1900

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Lot#: 885

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 6" wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement in a mahogany case with painted metal dial, brass pendulum bob and weight, c1880
CONDITION: the case has been refinished and now has a shiny appearance. The tip of the lower right finial is chipped. The door has been repaired. The dial has inpainting. Ht 49"
ESTIMATE: $1500 - $2000
PRICE SOLD: $1500

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Lot#: 886

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Gallery 18 Inch", wall clock, 15 days, time only, spring driven movement in a mahogany case with 18" painted metal dial, c1885
CONDITION: the clock is in very good original condition including finish, paint on the dial and hands. There is a minor abrasion on dial near signature. The back has been painted. Diameter 25"
ESTIMATE: $1400 - $1800
PRICE SOLD: $1400

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Lot#: 887

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 1" 8 day, weight brass movement wall clock or timepiece, c1885
CONDITION: Walnut and walnut veneered case in nice condition in original finish with some small veneer loss on the dial door, a small chip on the edge of the bottom door and a very small area on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial with some minor loss at the mounting screws and a small area of loss at 2:30. Worn damascened pendulum is original. Hands are original. Partial remains of the original label inside the case. Ht 34"
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1250
PRICE SOLD: $1200

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Lot#: 888

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", 8 day weight wall regulator. c.1868
CONDITION: Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition. Original dial is now repainted. Hands are original. Tablet has been reblacked to stabilize the remains of the decoration. A very nice clean label inside the case. Some gilt design missing on tablet around "Regulator".Ht 34"
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1250
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 889

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" cherry 8 day time only weight driven wall clock, dated 1897
CONDITION: this case, in less common cherry, has been nicely refinished, but has a well-matched replaced curved "bowtie" above the lower door. The painted metal dial has slight flaking only at the edges, the wood strip behind it is absent (not important). The glasses are wavy. The brass pendulum disk has old lacquered surfaces with a few small dents, and its painted wood stick is fine. The March, 1897, inked date is on the back. Nice beat scale; the weight is absent. Ht 36"
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $850

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Lot#: 890

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 1" rosewood 8 day weight driven time only wall clock, dated 1885
CONDITION: the rosewood case has had some restorations with various woods, and the #62A trapezoidal movement is correct for this early model, before it was known as the No. 2, The painted dial is very good, the nickel pendulum has a clear engraved pattern, the hands are correct, the front glass is wavy, the brass weight (perhaps should be nickel, also) has an old patina and a few small dents, and there is a good beat scale and partial paper label in the bottom. A small brass plate at the bottom indicates "W.P. Barrow, Torrington, Jany. 1889". The January 1885 date code is stamped on the back. Ht 36"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1100
PRICE SOLD: $850

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Lot#: 891

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" oak 8 day weight driven time only wall clock, c1900
CONDITION: the solid wood case in in very nice refinished condition, although the base needs to be better secured. The signed painted metal dial has minor flaking, and there is a good brass beat scale. There is an old patina on the weight shell and pendulum bob; the original wood pendulum stick has been painted gold. The signed 77B movement has maintaining power. Ht 37"
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $700

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Lot#: 892

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., "Regulator No. 1", 8 day, weight brass movement regulator wall clock or timepiece, c1860
CONDITION: Rosewood veneered case in what looks to be a newer finish over the original finish. Original painted dial with minor loss at the mounting screws. Original tablet. Original gilt molding on the bottom door. Extra fancy embossed pendulum, depicting the Seth Thomas factory at Plymouth Hollow. Nice label inside the case that has some yellow wall paint on one side. Hands are original. Weight is a replacement. This is the earliest #1 we have had in years. Ht 34"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $2100

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Lot#: 893

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "No. 2 Regulator" oak 8 day time only weight driven wall clock, c1925
CONDITION: the original finish has darkened, dried, and crazed a bit, but still looks good, and the solid wood case has no damage or losses. The signed painted metal dial has some light scratches and minor flaking at the screw holes. The glasses are old and wavy. The 77B trapezoidal movement has maintaining power. There is an old patina on the brass weight, pendulum disk, and beat scale. Ht 36"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 894

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 1", 8 day, weight brass movement rosewood grained wall clock or timepiece, c1874
CONDITION: There is nice graining on the refinished case with just some minor edge chips on the veneered bezel. The painted metal dial has been redone and has a filled hole for a cross brace not present in this case, definitely from another clock. The reverse paint tablet is restored, and baffle board looks to be a thin sheet of plywood. The pendulum rod looks to be new. The hour hand looks to be a replacement as it is brass rather than steel. Ht 34"
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $600

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Lot#: 895

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn. "Queen Anne" model. ebonized case, Roman numeral dial, blued steel hands, 8 day time and strike movement, damascened pendulum and brass beat scale, c1884
CONDITION: case with minor marks and scratches, repaired splits at top of door, split at right side of bottom trim, ebonized surface on front below door with restoration, door glass appears to be original, dial restored, hands with minor oxidation, pendulum good, label good, with minor losses, ticks and strikes, Case dated 4881D - (April, 1884) on backHt 36 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $550

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Lot#: 896

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", 8 day, weight brass movement wall timepiece, c1900
CONDITION: Oak and oak veneered case in an old grungy original finish with some veneer loss on the bezel and a small area just below the bezel. Original painted dial with some loss at the mounting screws and four small inpainted areas that doesn't match the base paint. Hands and pendulum are original. Weight has a replaced hook. Remains of a label inside the bottom of the case. Ht 36 1/2"
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $450

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Lot#: 897

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., Sonora Chime 4 bell 8 day time and Westminster chime rosewood Adamantine mantel clock, c1914
CONDITION: this is the "Unlisted Chime Clock" shown on page 153 of Ly's Third Edition. The case is in very nice condition with just some corner dings, and the signed enameled dial has a few small cracks by one winding hole. Both movements are correct. Ht 13"
ESTIMATE: $500 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $400

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Lot#: 898

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", 8 day, weight brass movement regulator clock or timepiece, c1900
CONDITION: Refinished quartered sawn oak case with some veneer loss on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial with some wear and minor paint repair at the mounting screws. The winding and seconds hand holes have been enlarged a little for what reason we don't understand as the dial fits perfectly with movement without this having been done. Hands are original. The wood cross strip that supports the dial at the seconds dial is missing. Movement is stamped "77B". One of the little tabs that holds the brass bezel that supports the dial door glass is missing. There is a paper label inside the case that appears to be a modern replacement. Ht 36 1/2".
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $600

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Lot#: 899

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 1 Special", 8 day, time, strike and four bell Sonora chime mantel clock, c1915
CONDITION: Adamantine case in very fine original condition. Original silvered dial with scratches mainly at the winding arbors and scattered tiny tarnished sports. Hands are original. Clean label inside the case. Ht 13"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $650

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Lot#: 900

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Globe", 8 day spring movement long drop octagon timepiece, c1898
CONDITION: Stripped oak case in nice clean condition. Gilt on the bottom door molding is pretty much intact. Original painted dial with a couple of tiny chips. Hands are original. Nice label inside the case. Pendulum looks to be original, but the pendulum rod has been repaired and a strip soldered on the bottom of the bob. Ht 32"
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $600

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