Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "No. 0 Bank" wall clock with a weight driven double wind 8 day timepiece movement and a H.B.Horton patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case with burl accent panels on each side and a carved pediment top, carved base and upper and lower finials, with papered metal dials.
CONDITION: The case, with its original finish, is in excellent condition. There is very minor veneer loss to the burl panel on the right side of the case and an area of surface scuffing on the burl panel on the left side of the case. There is one glue joint at the top of the pediment and the ornamental pineapple was glued back on slightly off center. The original paper dials are in very good condition with an expected degree of aging. The calendar drum papers are original and nicely aged. The hands are all original. The finials are original and in excellent condition. The metal structure to hang the pendulum rod from the interior top of the case is missing. The door glass is original. The two wafer thin cast iron weights are original. The case interior bears the following inscription: "No. 1516, 4-80". The movement was made for Ithaca by E. N. Welch. Overall this is an excellent example of one of the most elegant double dial calendar clocks produced by the Ithaca, NY firm.
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE SOLD: $4400
DIMENSIONS: 61in x 21in x 8.5in