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Grandfather Clock, Early 19th century

Mahogany grandfather clock. Circa 1820 to 1830. 81-1/2" height. Good running condition. Please note first picture does not show finials. Overall case is in good condition with some slight fading at the bottom, age crack,and minor veneer loss.    


German Vintage Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

This is an adorable Cuckoo Clock featuring an intricate embellishment depicting the traditional hunting model with live animals and animated dancers. The clock is in working order, however the music box and animated dancers have to be checked by a clock maker. Circa date 1980. Dimensions: 26 "(height) x 14 "(wide) x 9 3/8"(depth)   


Steeple Clock

Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia Connecticut, circa 1860, eight day spring driven time and strike, with alarm, mantle clock that strikes on the hour, has been professionally serviced and is guaranteed in writing with a complete description of the work performed by the clock restorer, original face, glass and what appears to be the original reverse painted (bleeding heart-flowers) tablet. The case in rosewood veneer on pine with an old, possibly original finish that is in good condition, 19-3/4" H. X 11" W. X 4-1/2" D. The Ansonia Clock Company was founded by Anson G. Phelps in 1851 as a subsidiary of the Ansonia Brass Company, became a separate company in 1859 and moved the manufacturing plant to Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1878 where they continued to make mostly spring driven clocks into the 20th C. Elias Ingraham, another well known clock manufacturer, of Bristol, Connecticut is credited with the steeple clock design, the earliest of these clocks were made in the 1840s. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** 225BX    


Large Mantle Clock

Mantle clock with Japy Freres movements. Figural of St. George slaying the dragon. Circa 1880. 2 feet in height by 19 inches width by 8 1/2 inches depth. Very large and highly decorative. Good running condition.   


Austrian Gold Gesso Clock

Beatiful Austrian clock with mirrored back and three columns on either side. Gold gesso case with some small chips. Circa 1790 to 1820. Chimes on every 1/4 hour and repeats the hour. 30 hour movement. 20" height by 16" width by 8" depth. Recently cleaned and serviced.   


Uncommon Style Clock by Rensie Germany

Figural antique clock showing globe on pedestal, showing all continets,It opens in half and reveals folded clock and the photo of the young teenage boy, Very unique style and works just fine, Measuring approximately 4 1/4 high x 2 1/2 in diameter.   


English Grandfather Clock

Grandfather clock. English mahogany, oak, and satin woods. Early 19th century. 87-1/2" height, 20" width, 9-1/2" depth.Central finial, pediment with rosettes, circular dial with a fluted column on either side, door with ornate brass lock plate, key, lock, and original bracket with apron feet.Painted dial with makers name and town (illegible). Arabic numeral, second hand, date, and strike on hour.   



This vintage auto clock is in working order. Made by Westclock with pat. # 75623. Nickel plated with wind up mechanism. Measures 2 5/8 x 2 5/8 x 1/2 in.    


Early American Shelf Clock

American shelf clock with walnut wood case carved with acanthus leaf columns, paw feet, fruit and leaves at top. Richard Ward, Salem Bridge, CT. Circa 1830. 32" height by 18" width by 6" depth. Overall all very good condition. Glass panel has been replaced. Price reduced!   


Japy Freres Clock

French Japy Freres clock. Circa 1880. Mahogany wood and ornate brass handle and encrusted with garlands of flowers on brass plaques. Strikes on the hour and half hour. 10.5" width, 8" depth, 17" height. In fine running condition.   


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