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ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "GIBSON" MODEL FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"GIBSON" MODEL FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1910. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. LOOK AT THE NICE COMPENSATED PENDULUM THAT IS ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THIS CLOCK RETAINS THE ORIGINAL PAINTED AND SIGNED WATERBURY DIAL. THIS CLOCK LOOKS GREAT AND RUNS GREAT. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 440. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $400. CASE SIZE 24 X 15 X 4 1/2 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 ... moreSHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITED STATES TIME CORPORATION. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM "TUSCAN" MODEL FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM"TUSCAN" FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1907. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CASE IS BLACK ENAMELED WOOD. THERE ARE SIX HALF COLUMNS ON THE FRONT OF THE CASE. THERE ARE CASE FEET AND END ORNAMENTS. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR ON A BELL AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S INGRAHAM BOOK ON PAGE 207. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $250. CASE SIZE 11 1/2 X 17 X 7 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 INGRAHAM CLOCK CO. The master behind Ingraham Clocks was Elias Ingraham(1805-1885) Elias. Who lived to the advanced age of 80, was born in Marlborough, Connecticut. He came to Bristol in 1828 to work for George Mitchell ... morebuilding clock cases. In 1830, Elias Ingraham, now a noted clock casemaker, began working for Chauncey and Lawson C. Ives. He made over five thousand clock cases for them over the next three years. As a group, Ingraham clocks, and especially the clocks made under a label bearing the Ingraham name up until 1885, refer to clocks made by several different companies.The firm of Brewster and Ingrahams clock company was formed in 1844 and operated until July 24, 1852. During this time Elias designed the Gothic clock case, with four columns. The E. and A. Ingrahams Company was then started and ran from 1852 to 1856; and then Elias Ingraham and Company from 1857 to 1860. Then from 1861 to 1880 the name E. Ingraham& Company was used. From 1881 to 1884, the company was known as The E. Ingraham& Company. Finally in 1885 it was incorporated as The E. Ingraham Company. This well-documented history and short time periods for each company make it easy to date the early Ingraham clocks based upon the label. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSI
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA "TROPHY" MODEL FINE PEWTER PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA"TROPHY" MODEL FINE PEWTER PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1866. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CASE IS BY NICHOLAS MULLER THE FINEST CASE MAKER OF THE TIME. THE CASE IS NUMBER 147B. THE CASE IS A COMMERATIVE OF THE INDIAN WARS GOING ON OUT WEST. AT THIS TIME THE WARS WERE GOING IN FAVOR OF THE CALVARY. REMEMBER THAT THIS WAS 10 YEARS BEFORE CUSTER'S DEFEAT AT THE LITTLE BIG HORN IN 1876. THIS CASE HAS THE INDIAN QUIVER FULL OF ARROWS. ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CASE IS THE CALVARY'S DRUM AND BUGLE. THIS IS ONE HISTORIC CLOCK AND AN INVESTMENT GRADE ITEM. THIS CLOCK HAS A PIECE OF APPLIED TRIM MISSING FROM THE LOWER FRONT OF THE CASE. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S ANSONIA BOOK ON PAGE ... more376. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $275. THIS CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CAST IRON BELL. CASE SIZE 14 1/2 X 13 1/2 X 4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem Bridge) and Ansonia on the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. After 1838 it had generally replaced cast brass and wood for making clock movements. Since clocks provided a market for brass. What could have been more natural for Phelps to do than to start a clock company in connection with the brass operations to use more of his own product. In 1851 The Ansonia Clock Company came into existence as a s
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "ELMONT" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN,RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"ELMONT" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1915. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR ON A BELL AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RICH SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THIS CLOCK RETAINS THE ORIGINAL SIGNED WATERBURY PENDULUM. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 258. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. THE CLOCK HAS THE ORIGINAL SIGNED WATERBURY DIAL. CASE SIZE 11 X 9 X 5 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER ... moreSHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITED STATES TIME CORPORATION. IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE.
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS MISSION OAK FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1920. CLEAN, RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS MISSION OAK FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1920. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SESSIONS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS IS JUST A SUPER LOOKING MISSION CLOCK. THE CASE IS SOLID OAK AND NEAR PERFECT. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THIS IS MY FAVORITE CLOCK OF THIS WEEKS GROUP. CASE SIZE 16 X 11 X 4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 THE SESSIONS CLOCK COMPANY OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Sessions Clock Company in the early 1900’s after the Sessions family controlled almost all the stock in the company. They still manufactured the same E.N. Welch line of clocks. You can date early Sessions clocks by the label; if it reads E.N. Welch it was ... moremade before 1903; if both E.N. Welch and Sessions Clock Company appears on the label it was made after 1903. The Welch name was gradually phased out as Sessions started making their own line of clocks, and by 1920, they started making higher quality clocks such as regulators, and started phasing out the old style pressed-oak kitchen clocks and black mantle clocks. Trouble arrived again for the Sessions Clock Company in the 1930’s. Of course the depression slowed sales tremendously, but in addition to the economic slow down was the popularity of the‘new’ synchronous electric clocks that left Sessions with a large inventory of their spring-driven clocks. By 1936, Sessions discontinued the manufacture of spring-driven clocks, and made electric clocks exclusively. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY FINE PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1908 CLEAN AND RUNS FINE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1908. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CASE IS BLACK WALNUT AND IN GOOD CONDITION. THE DIAL IS SILVER AND PAINTED WITH WATERBURY INSIGNIA. THIS CLOCK HAS A FANCY SILVER PENDULUM. THE DOOR GLASS IS SILVER REVERSE PAINTED. THIS IS OVERALL A GOOD LOOKING CLOCK. CASE SIZE 19 X 11 X 4 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES ... moreEACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITED STATES TIME CORPORATION. IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY C
ANTIQUE AMERICAN FINE PEWTER PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1852 CLEAN, RUNS FINE R 9
ANTIQUE AMERICAN FINE PEWTER PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1852. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CASE IS PEWTER FRONT AND WOOD BACK. THE CASE IS MARKED PATENT 1852. THE CASE HAS CUPID ON THE PENDULUM DOOR. THERE ARE ROMAN GUARDS ON EACH SIDE OF THE CUPID. THE REST OF THE CASE IS COVERED IN VINES AND FLOWERS. THERE ARE NO BREAKS THAT I CAN FIND. THIS IS A SUPER LOOKING EARLY AMERICAN CLOCK. INVESTMENT QUALITY SURE TO INCREASE IN YEARS TO COME. CASE SIZE 17 X 14 X 5 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK ... moreTO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD IT TO YOUR INVOICE. ALL MY CLOCKS COME WITH A KEY. IF THEY ARE WEIGHT DRIVEN. THEY COME WITH WEIGHTS. PLEASE LOOK AT MY STORE FOR MORE CLOCKS. YOU are buying at auction; this is not an approval service. I do my best to use good photos and honestly describe what I am selling. In the unlikely event that you do not like the clock for any reason. You have a fourteen day money back guarantee. A refund for the amount paid for the auction(not including the return shipping) will be made when the item is returned. Bid with confidence and read my feedback.
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "DAWSON" ADAMANTINE FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN, RUNS R 7
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"DAWSON" MODEL FINE ADAMANTINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1905. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR ON A BELL AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG. LOOK AT THE EXTRA FANCY CAST FEET ON THIS CLOCK. ALSO PAY ATTENTION TO THE CASTINGS ON THE END OF THE CLOCK. THERE IS ALSO CASTINGS ON THE FRONT OF THE CLOCK. THIS CLOCK HAS IT ALL. THERE IS A SUPER FANCY DIAL COVER AND BEZEL. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCK FOR SURE. THERE IS A LABEL ON THE BOTTOM OF THE CLOCK STATING THIS TO BE THE DAWSON MODEL. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 312. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $325. I THINK IT IS WORTH TWICE THAT. CASE SIZE 11 X 16 X 8 Normal ... more0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK WITH ALARM CLEAN, RUNS R 3
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. CIRCA 1900. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CASE IS SOLID MAHOGANY AND NICE. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED. THE DIAL AND PENDULUM ARE SILVER. THE WORKING ALARM STRIKES ON A SILVER BELL. THIS CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A GONG. THIS IS A GREAT LOOKING FINE ANSONIA CLOCK. I REALLY LIKE THIS ONE. CASE SIZE 21 X 11 1/2 X 4 1/2 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem ... moreBridge) and Ansonia on the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. After 1838 it had generally replaced cast brass and wood for making clock movements. Since clocks provided a market for brass. What could have been more natural for Phelps to do than to start a clock company in connection with the brass operations to use more of his own product. In 1851 The Ansonia Clock Company came into existence as a subsidiary company. It is probable from the clocks and data now available, that even from the very start two firm names were used. Ansonia Clock Co. was one. And Ansonia Brass& Clock Co. was the other; both marked"Ansonia. Conn. It seems they used aggressive sales promotion methods, working on the premise that the more clocks made and sold, the more brass they would use. A store or outlet in Boston is mentioned in the city’s 185
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM "MESSINES" MODEL PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING FINE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM"MESSINES" MODEL PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1923. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED INGRAHAM MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE MOVEMENT STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINELY TUNED ROD. THE CASE IS SOLID MAHOGANY AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE REAR DOOR OF THE CLOCK. THIS CLOCK RETAINS THE ORIGINAL SILVERED DIAL SIGNED INGRAHAM. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S INGRAHAM BOOK ON PAGE 253. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $225. THIS CLOCK SOUNDS SO LOVELY WHEN IT STRIKES. CASE SIZE 10 X 21 X 5 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 INGRAHAM CLOCK CO. The master behind Ingraham Clocks was Elias Ingraham(1805-1885) Elias. Who lived to the advanced age of ... more80, was born in Marlborough, Connecticut. He came to Bristol in 1828 to work for George Mitchell building clock cases. In 1830, Elias Ingraham, now a noted clock casemaker, began working for Chauncey and Lawson C. Ives. He made over five thousand clock cases for them over the next three years. As a group, Ingraham clocks, and especially the clocks made under a label bearing the Ingraham name up until 1885, refer to clocks made by several different companies.The firm of Brewster and Ingrahams clock company was formed in 1844 and operated until July 24, 1852. During this time Elias designed the Gothic clock case, with four columns. The E. and A. Ingrahams Company was then started and ran from 1852 to 1856; and then Elias Ingraham and Company from 1857 to 1860. Then from 1861 to 1880 the name E. Ingraham& Company was used. From 1881 to 1884, the company was known as The E. Ingraham& Company. Finally in 1885 it was incorporated as The E. Ingraham Company. This well-documented history and short time periods for each company make it easy to date the early Ingraham clocks based upon the label. IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY NO.43 FINE OAK CALENDAR DOUBLE DIAL PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY NUMBER 43 FINE OAK DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1912. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW OF SOUNDS. THE CASE IS SOLID OAK AND IN NEAR PERFECT CONDITION. THERE ARE THREE LABELS ON THE BACK OF THE CASE. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THIS IS ANOTHER CLOCK DIRECT FROM MY PERSONAL COLLECTION THAT I HAVE OWNED FOR OVER 25 YEARS. ONLY MY RETIREMENT ALLOWS ME TO SELL THIS CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS THE BEST EXAMPLE I COULD OBTAIN OF THIS MODEL AND NOW IT IS YOURS TO OWN. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCK SURE TO INCREASE IN VALUE IN YEARS TO COME. THIS IS ONE HIGHLY CARVED AND BEAUTIFUL ... moreCLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 98. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $1,100. CASE SIZE 28 X 15 X 6 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM H
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS "DAWSON" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN, RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS"DAWSON" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1914. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SESSIONS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR ON A BELL AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG. THE MAHOGANY CASE IN IN SUPER CONDITION. THE DIAL IS PORCELAIN AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE BACK DOOR OF THE CLOCK. OVERALL THIS IS ONE FINE LOOKING CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SESSIONS BOOK ON PAGE 191. THE 2002 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $275. CASE SIZE 11 X 17 X 5 800x600 Sessions Clock Company The Sessions Clock Co. was founded in 1903 when William E. Sessions and some of his family members took over part of the E. N. Welsh Co. in Forestville. Conn. Sessions' father's ... morefoundry in Bristol. Conn. had made clock cases for Welsh, and William had become interested in clock making. Until the 1930s. Sessions made a wide variety of clocks including advertising wall clocks for businesses, regulator clocks, and various styles of shelf and mantels. Starting in the 1930s, the company began to make electric clocks and timers, and by the end of World War II, it was making electric movements that other companies placed in various kinds of cases, mainly metal and china. Ownership changes started occurring in the late 1950s. And Sessions was finally liquidated in 1970. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD I
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA "MONARCH" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA"MONARCH" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THE MONARCH IS ONE OF THE FINEST WOOD PARLOR CLOCKS ANSONIA MADE. THE ATTENTION TO DETAIL WAS THE FINEST. THIS CLOCK LOOKS ORIGINAL OUTSIDE AND IN. THE ORIGINAL REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS IS JUST BEAUTIFUL. THE HIGHLY CARVED MAHOGANY CASE IS NEAR PERFECT. THE DRAWER IN THE LOWER FRONT OF THE CLOCK FOR THE KEY IS ORIGINAL. THIS FINE CLOCK HAS IT ALL. THERE IS A PARTIAL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S ANSONIA BOOK ON PAGE 448. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $800. YOU WILL NOT FIND A BETTER EXAMPLE ... moreOF THIS CLOCK ANYWHERE. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT GRAD HIGHLY COLLECTABLE CLOCK SURE TO INCREASE IN VALUE IN YEARS TO COME. CASE SIZE 25 X 15 X 5 800x600 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem Bridge) and Ansonia on the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. After 1838 it had generally replaced cast brass and wood for making clock movements. Since clocks provided a market for brass. What could have been more natural for Phelps to do than to start a clock company in connection with the brass operations to use more of his own product. In 1851 The Ansonia Clock Company came into existence as a subsidiary company. It is probable from the cloc
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N.WELCH "NANON" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK WITH SANDWICH GLASS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N. WELCH"NANON" MODEL FINE CARVED PARLOR CLOCK WITH SANDWICH GLASS PENDULUM. CIRCA 1885. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WELCH MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THERE ARE TWO LABELS ON THE BACK OF THE CASE. THE CASE IS BLACK WALNUT AND IN GOOD CONDITION. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THE SANDWICH GLASS PENDULUM IS WORTH $100 ALONE. THERE IS AN OLD REPAIR TO THE TOP THAT IS PICTURED. THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING EARLY AMERICAN PARLOR CLOCK SURE TO PLEASE ANY COLLECTOR. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WELCH BOOK ON PAGE 189. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $375. CASE SIZE 21 1/2 X 15 X 5 800x600 E. N. WELCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY The E. N. Welch Manufacturing Company was a joint stock corporation formed ... moreJuly 6. 1864 to succeed an older private firm making clocks under the name of E. N. Welch. Elisha N. Welch(1809x1887) had been making clocks at a factory site on East Main Street at Forestville, Conn. since taking over the bankrupt business of J. C. Brown about 1856. A new movement shop was fitted up in 1869. Adding to the two factories already in use by the firm. Between 1868 and 1884, a subsidiary firm called Welch, Spring& Company was formed to produce a more expensive line of clocks. This firm will be spoken of in more detail elsewhere. The Welch firm was well known for its handsome rosewood cases, though in 1885, with changing styles in furniture, the surviving firm began to introduce new models with solid walnut cases and discontinued some of the older rosewood veneered cases. Elisha Welch was enamored of a lovely(but very liberal-thinking) diva of the day from Spain by the name of Adelina Patti. He named perhaps his best quality movement after her. Called the“Patti” movement. Clocks with this movement are highly sought by serious collectors. After the death of Elisha Welch in 1887. The firm began to decline fast, selling off some of its assets and issuing new stock to
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA "LIEGE" MODEL FINE ENAMELED IRON CASE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA"LIEGE" MODEL FINE ENAMELED IRON CASE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1904. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS CLOCK LOOKS BRAND NEW. THERE ARE LION HEADS ON EACH END OF THE CASE. THERE ARE LION FEET ON THE FRONT OF THE CASE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S ANSONIA BOOK ON PAGE 267. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $275. CASE SIZE 10 X 13 X 6 800x600 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem Bridge) and Ansonia ... moreon the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. After 1838 it had generally replaced cast brass and wood for making clock movements. Since clocks provided a market for brass. What could have been more natural for Phelps to do than to start a clock company in connection with the brass operations to use more of his own product. In 1851 The Ansonia Clock Company came into existence as a subsidiary company. It is probable from the clocks and data now available, that even from the very start two firm names were used. Ansonia Clock Co. was one. And Ansonia Brass& Clock Co. was the other; both marked"Ansonia. Conn. It seems they used aggressive sales promotion methods, working on the premise that the more clocks made and sold, the more brass they would use. A store or outlet in Boston is mentioned in the city’s 1854 Directory with the Ansonia Clock
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS FINE WEIGHT DRIVEN PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1863 RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS FINE WEIGHT DRIVEN PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1863. 30HOUR TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THIS IS AN EARLY SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT STATING PLYMOUTH, BEFORE THE TOWN BECAME THOMASVILLE. LOOK AT THE WONDERFUL REVERSE PAINTED LOWER DOOR GLASS THAT IS PERFECT. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THIS IS A GREAT LOOKING CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS A TRUE CIVIL WAR ERA ANTIQUE. THE CASE IS MAHOGANY VENEER AND IS JUST LOVELY. THE CLOCK HAS THE ORIGINAL WEIGHTS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 652. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $350. THIS IS A CLOCK YOU WILL BE PROUD TO OWN. CASE SIZE 25 X 15 X 4 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY ... moreSeth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were mad
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT "SMALL SHARP GOTHIC" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS FINE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT"SMALL SHARP GOTHIC" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1879. 30HOUR TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE CLOCK FOR WM L GILBERT. THE CASE IS MAHOGANY VENEER WITH SOME LOSS. THE LOWER DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THE CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S GILBERT BOOK ON PAGE 310. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $185. CASE SIZE 14 1/2 X 9 X 4 800x600 WILLIAM L. GILBERT CLOCK COMPANY On July 5. 1871, the William L. Gilbert Clock Company was formed at Winsted, Conn. to succeed the Gilbert Manufacturing Company(1866-1871) which had been dissolved after a fire destroyed the factory. These firms had ... moregrown out of the clock making operations of William L. Gilbert(1806-890) who, since 1828, had been involved in various clock making partnerships in Bristol, Farmington and Winsted, Connecticut. In July of 1873. The new factory complex was completed and manufacturing commenced. George B. Owen(1834-1916) had come to Winsted in 1866 as General Manager and ran the firm for nearly 50 years, designing many interesting cases and patenting several clock movement features. Owen also operated a concurrent clock business at Winsted between 1875 and 1894. In 1897. The Gilbert firm built a four-story building for a new case shop and another building by 1900 for storage and shipping. A three-story office building was built in 1902. The recession, which began in 1907, along with the financial pressures of their recent expansion headed the firm in a decline that culminated by forcing George B. Owen and his sons to relinquish control in 1914 Bankruptcy and liquidation were barely avoided in 1914 and a new manager. Charles E. Williams, was appointed and served until his death in 1930, just a few months following the stock market crash. Pressures of the Great Depression and money spent in developin
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "NASHVILLE" CITY SERIES FINE WALNUT PARLOR CLOCK
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"NASHVILLE" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE WALNUT PARLOR CLOCK. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM WITH THE S T IN THE CENTER. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THERE IS SOME VENEER LOSS ON THE LOWER LEFT CORNER AND RIGHT LOWER AREA THAT IS PICTURED. THIS IS ONE HARD TO FIND CITY SERIES MODEL SURE TO PLEASE. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 3200. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 16 X 10 X 5 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together ... morewith Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were made from ca. 1863–1917. Some of the most popular later types include walnut kitchen clocks, made from 1884–1909; marble clo
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1910. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SESSIONS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. SIX HALF COLUMNS OF FINE CELLUOID ARE ON THE FRONT OF THE CASE. THERE ARE LION HEADS ON EACH END AND LION PAWS FOR FRONT FEET ON THE CASE. THIS IS ONE LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE CLOCK. THIS MODEL IS NOT PICTURED IN TRAN DU LY'S SESSION BOOK. CASE SIZE 11 X 20 X 6 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY ... moreSTATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD IT TO YOUR INVOICE. ALL MY CLOCKS COME WITH A KEY. IF THEY ARE WEIGHT DRIVEN. THEY COME WITH WEIGHTS. PLEASE LOOK AT MY STORE FOR MORE CLOCKS. YOU are buying at auction; this is not an approval service. I do my best to use good photos and honestly describe what I am selling. In the unlikely event that you do not like the clock for any reason. You have a fourteen day money back guarantee. A refund for the amount paid for the auction(not including the return shipping) will be made when the item is returned. Bid with confidence and read my feedback. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "PROSPECT NO.1" MODEL FINE INLAYED PARLOR CLOCK
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"PROSPECT NO. 1" FINE INLAYED PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1913. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS HIGH QUALITY FULL PLATE SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A LOVELY SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE CASE IS MAHOGANY WITH SHADED MARQUETERIE. THIS CLOCK COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL PENDULUM AND KEY. THE CASE STILL HAS THE ALLIGATOR FINISH YOU HOPE TO FIND ON ANTIQUES OF THIS QUALITY. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 497. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $350. CASE SIZE 13 1/2 X 9 X 5 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s ... morefactory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were made from ca. 1863–1917. Some of the most popular later types include walnut kitchen clocks, made from 1884–1909; marble
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT "LAUREL" MODEL FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK WITH ALARM RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT"LAUREL" MODEL FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. CIRCA 1895. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED GILBERT MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THERE IS A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM WITH THIS CLOCK THAT IS ORIGINAL. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE SHOWING THIS TO BE THE"LAUREL" MODEL. THE CASE IS CARVED OAK AND JUST PERFECT. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED AND LOVELY. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCK SURE TO INCREASE IN VALUE IN YEARS TO COME. I JUST LOVE THIS MODEL CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S GILBERT BOOK ON PAGE 333. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $250. CASE SIZE 24 X 15 X 4 1/2 800x600 WILLIAM L. ... moreGILBERT CLOCK COMPANY On July 5. 1871, the William L. Gilbert Clock Company was formed at Winsted, Conn. to succeed the Gilbert Manufacturing Company(1866-1871) which had been dissolved after a fire destroyed the factory. These firms had grown out of the clock making operations of William L. Gilbert(1806-890) who, since 1828, had been involved in various clock making partnerships in Bristol, Farmington and Winsted, Connecticut. In July of 1873. The new factory complex was completed and manufacturing commenced. George B. Owen(1834-1916) had come to Winsted in 1866 as General Manager and ran the firm for nearly 50 years, designing many interesting cases and patenting several clock movement features. Owen also operated a concurrent clock business at Winsted between 1875 and 1894. In 1897. The Gilbert firm built a four-story building for a new case shop and another building by 1900 for storage and shipping. A three-story office building was built in 1902. The recession, which began in 1907, along with the financial pressures of their recent expansion headed the firm in a decline that culminated by forcing George B. Owen and his sons to relinquish control in 1914 Bankruptcy and liqui
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "VICTORIA V.P" MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"VICTORIA V.P. MODEL FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK WITH FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. CIRCA 1879. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THE ALARM SYSTEM IS COMPLETE AND IN WORKING CONDITION. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. BOTH THE UPPER GLASS AND LOWER GLASS ARE REVERSE PAINTED AND JUST BEAUTIFUL. THERE IS LOVELY GILT TRIM AROUND THE DOOR AND THE DOOR FRAME. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 211. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 18 X 11 X 4 1/2 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together ... morewith Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were made from ca. 1863–1917. Some of the most popular later types include walnut kitchen clocks, made from 1884–1909; marble clocks, 1887–ca.
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM "MARS" MODEL FINE WALNUT PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1889 RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN INGRAHAM"MARS" MODEL FINE WALNUT PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1889. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED INGRAHAM MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THERE IS AN INGRAHAM LABEL STAMPED INSIDE THE CASE. THE CASE IS WALNUT WITH FANCY CARVINGS. JUST LOOK AT THE FINE CASE PENDULUM THAT IS ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THE LOWER DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED. JUST AN OVERALL LOVELY CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S INGRAHAM BOOK ON PAGE 292. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 21 X 14 X 5 800x600 INGRAHAM CLOCK CO. The master behind Ingraham Clocks was Elias Ingraham(1805-1885) Elias. Who lived to the advanced age of 80, was born in Marlborough, Connecticut. He came to ... moreBristol in 1828 to work for George Mitchell building clock cases. In 1830, Elias Ingraham, now a noted clock casemaker, began working for Chauncey and Lawson C. Ives. He made over five thousand clock cases for them over the next three years. As a group, Ingraham clocks, and especially the clocks made under a label bearing the Ingraham name up until 1885, refer to clocks made by several different companies.The firm of Brewster and Ingrahams clock company was formed in 1844 and operated until July 24, 1852. During this time Elias designed the Gothic clock case, with four columns. The E. and A. Ingrahams Company was then started and ran from 1852 to 1856; and then Elias Ingraham and Company from 1857 to 1860. Then from 1861 to 1880 the name E. Ingraham& Company was used. From 1881 to 1884, the company was known as The E. Ingraham& Company. Finally in 1885 it was incorporated as The E. Ingraham Company. This well-documented history and short time periods for each company make it easy to date the early Ingraham clocks based upon the label. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME.
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS "PHOENIX" MODEL FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN, RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS"PHOENIX" MODEL FINE ENAMELED PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1908. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SESSIONS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOUR ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THE DIAL IS SIGNED SESSIONS AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THERE ARE FOUR HALF COLUMNS ON THE FRONT. THE FEET AND END ORNAMENTS ARE CAST. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SESSIONS BOOK ON PAGE 135. THE 2002 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $325. CASE SIZE 11 X 15 X 6 800x600 Sessions Clock Company The Sessions Clock Co. was founded in 1903 when William E. Sessions and some of his family members took over part of the E. N. Welsh Co. in Forestville. Conn. Sessions' father's foundry in Bristol. Conn. had ... moremade clock cases for Welsh, and William had become interested in clock making. Until the 1930s. Sessions made a wide variety of clocks including advertising wall clocks for businesses, regulator clocks, and various styles of shelf and mantels. Starting in the 1930s, the company began to make electric clocks and timers, and by the end of World War II, it was making electric movements that other companies placed in various kinds of cases, mainly metal and china. Ownership changes started occurring in the late 1950s. And Sessions was finally liquidated in 1970. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD IT TO YOUR INVOICE. ALL MY CLOCKS C
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1910 CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SESSIONS FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1910. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SESSIONS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THE DOOR GLASS HAS A BEAUTIFUL PEACOCK SCENE ON IT. THE PENDULUM IS CAST. THE CLOCK JUST LOOKS SUPER. THE DIAL IS SIGNED SESSIONS. CASE SIZE 23 X 14 X 5 800x600 Sessions Clock Company The Sessions Clock Co. was founded in 1903 when William E. Sessions and some of his family members took over part of the E. N. Welsh Co. in Forestville. Conn. Sessions' father's foundry in Bristol. Conn. had made clock cases for Welsh, and William had become interested in clock making. Until the 1930s. Sessions made a wide variety of clocks including advertising wall clocks for ... morebusinesses, regulator clocks, and various styles of shelf and mantels. Starting in the 1930s, the company began to make electric clocks and timers, and by the end of World War II, it was making electric movements that other companies placed in various kinds of cases, mainly metal and china. Ownership changes started occurring in the late 1950s. And Sessions was finally liquidated in 1970. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD IT TO YOUR INVOICE. ALL MY CLOCKS COME WITH A KEY. IF THEY ARE WEIGHT DRIVEN. THEY COME WITH WEIGHTS. PLEASE LOOK AT MY STORE FOR MORE CLOCKS. YOU are buying at auction; this is not an approval service. I do
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "CHICAGO" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"CHICAGO" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1879. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THIS CLOCK COMES WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A SETH THOMAS SIGNED COILED GONG. THE CASE IS ROSEWOOD AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THERE IS A LOVELY PICTURE IN THE LOWER GLASS. THERE IS A KEY LOCK ON THE SIDE OF THE CLOCK FOR THE DOOR. CITY SERIES CLOCK ARE HIGHLY COLLECTABLE. I HAVE NOT HAD THIS CLOCK MODEL IN OVER 40 YEARS OF COLLECTING. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 188. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $325. THERE IS FULL LABEL INSIDE THE CLOCK CASE FOR SETH THOMAS. CASE SIZE 18 X 10 1/2 X 4 ... more1/2 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–18
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "ALTON" MODEL ADAMANTINE FINISH FINE PARLOR CLOCK
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"ALTON" MODEL ADAMANTINE FINISH FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1921. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A LOVELY SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE CASE IS ADAMANTINE MAHOGANY FINISH. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BOTTOM OF THE CASE. ALL AROUND THIS IS A GREAT LOOKING CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 688. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $225. CASE SIZE 9 1/2 X 16 X 5 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s ... moreclockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were made from ca. 1863–1917. Some of the most popular later types include walnut kitchen clocks, made from 1884–1909; marble clocks, 1887–ca. 1895; black(Adamantine finish) wood mantel clocks, ca. 1885–1917; blac
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "HARLEM" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"HARLEM" MODEL FINE OAK PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1906. 8DAY TIME ADN STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE FOR WATERBURY. LOOK AT THE FANCY DIAL PAN. THE CASE IS SOLID OAK WITH FANCY CARVINGS. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 438. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 22 X 14 1/2 X 4 1/2 800x600 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 ... moreSHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITED STATES TIME CORPORATION. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DO
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "NEW ORLEANS VP"MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"NEW ORLEANS VP" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT WITH FULL ALARM SYSTEM. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A SILVER BELL. THE WORKING ALARM STRIKES ON A SILVER BELL. THE ORIGINAL DIAL IS PAINTED. THE CUSTOM PENDULUM IS FOR THE CITY SERIES CLOCK WITH THE S/T LOGO. THE CASE IS MAHOGANY VENEER. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 200. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 16 1/2 X 10 1/2 X 4 1/2 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business ... morein Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of clocks were introduced by his sons. Regulator clocks were introduced in 1860. The patterns and machinery for these had been purchased in 1859 from the creditors of bankrupt clockmaker Silas B. Terry. Spring driven clocks were introduced ca. 1855–1860. Perpetual calendar clocks were made from ca. 1863–1917. Some of the most popular later types include walnut kitchen clocks, made from 1884–1909; marble clocks, 1887–ca. 1895; black(Adamantine finish) wood mantel clocks, ca. 1885–1917; black enameled iron cased clock
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "ROCHESTER"MODEL FINE CALENDAR PARLOR CLOCK RUNS FINE
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"ROCHESTER" MODEL FINE CALENDAR PARLOR CLOCK. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT WITH CALENDAR. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A LOVELY SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE CASE IS SOLID OAK. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE FOR WATERBURY. THE CLOCK HAS NICE OLD GLASS IN THE DOOR. THE ORIGINAL DIAL IS SIGNED WATERBURY. COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL PENDULUM. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 93. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $200, CASE SIZE 25 X 17 X 5 800x600 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES ... moreOF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLUMN WEIGHT DRIVEN CLOCKS, WALL CLOCKS, DROP OCTAGON AND A WALL REGULATOR. SPRING DRIVEN MANTLE CLOCKS WERE OFFERED IN COTTAGE. SHARP GOTHIC, ROUND GOTHIC, OOG AND COLUMN STYLES. BY 1875 THE FIRM HAD OPENED SALES OFFICES IN CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY NAME REMAINED UNTIL 1944 WHEN THE FIRM’S NAME WAS CHANGED TO UNITED STATES TIME CORPORATION. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN
ANTIQUE AMERICAN NEW HAVEN "APOLLO" MODEL MIRROR SIDE FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN NEW HAVEN"APOLLO" MIRROR SIDE FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE MOVEMENT PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. THE BEZEL IS SILVER. LOOK AT THE FANCY TUBULAR SILVER PENDULUM. THIS IS PICTURED IN THE TRAN DU LY NEW HAVEN BOOK. THE CASE IS SOLID WALNUT AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THIS IS A HIGHLY COLLECTABLE MIRROR SIDE CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S NEW HAVEN BOOK ON PAGE 312. THE 2000 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $550. CASE SIZE 21 X 14 X 6 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH ... moreEND PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 6 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 NEW HAVEN CLOCK COMPANY Incorporated February 7. 1853, the New Haven Clock Company was formed by clockmaker Hiram Camp and others to supply clock movements to the Jerome Manufacturing Company, then the largest clockmaking operation in the world. Three years later, the Jerome firm went bankrupt and in April of 1856 the New Haven Clock Company raised an additional $20,000 and purchased the Jerome operation. By 1860. The firm employed 300 men and 15 women and was producing about 170,000 clocks a year. In 1866, the old Jerome factory was destroyed by fire, but a new brick factory was soon built which survives today with many additions. Their working force had increased to 460 men, 52 women and 88 children by 1880 and nearly half a million dollars worth of clocks were produced that year. Non-jeweled pocket watches were added to the line that year and were offered
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY "MURRAY" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WATERBURY"MURRAY" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1891. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WATERBURY MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RICH SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE CASE IS FINE WALNUT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE DIAL IS SILVER AND ORIGINAL. LOOK AT THE FINE SILVER PENDULUM WITH THE LOVE BIRD. THE CLOCK HAS THE ORIGINAL REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS AND IT IS JUST SUPER. THIS IS AN INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WATERBURY BOOK ON PAGE 422. THE 2001 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $350. CASE SIZE 24 X 14 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS ... moreFOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 6 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY ON MARCH 5. 1857 THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS FORMED AS A JOINT STOCK CORPORATION WITH $60,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL RAISED FROM THE SALE OF 2,400 SHARES OF STOCK AT $25 PER SHARE. THERE WERE ORIGINALLY 18 SHARE HOLDERS WITH AARON BENEDICT AND G. W. BURNHAM BEING THE LARGEST STOCKHOLDERS WITH 468 SHARES EACH. THE EARLIEST DESCRIPTION OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1860 BY CHAUNCEY JEROME. RELATING IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE BENEDICT AND BURNHAM COMPANY. NOW MAKING CLOCKS IN THE CITY OF WATERBURY, UNDER THE NAME OF THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY, IS COMPOSED OF A LARGE NUMBER OF FIRST CITIZENS OF THAT PLACE. THE EARLIEST PRICE LIST KNOWN FOR THE WATERBURY CLOCK COMPANY WAS ISSUED JANUARY 1. 1873. AT THAT TIME THEY OFFERED OG. OOG, AND COLU
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "WALES" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"WALES" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE MAHOGANY PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1904. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THE CLOCK HAS A FIVE INCH CONVEX PORCELAIN DIAL SIGNED SETH THOMAS. THERE ARE NO CRACKS OR CHIPS IN THE DIAL. THE CLOCK HAS A FRENCH SASH BEZEL THAT IS CAST BRASS WITH A FINE BEVELED GLASS. THE CASE IS SOLID MAHOGANY AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 212. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $375. CASE SIZE 11 X 8 X 5 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED ... moreSETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 6 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the busines
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N. WELCH "PARISIAN" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1885 RUNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N. WELCH"PARISIAN" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1885. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WELCH MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK ALSO HAS A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THE CASE IS THE FINEST WALNUT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THE PENDULUM IS AN E.N. WELCH SANDWICH GLASS. THIS PENDULUM ALONE IS WORTH $100. THIS IS JUST A SUPER QUALITY INVESTMENT GRADE CLOCK. THE ALARM STRIKES ON A SILVER BELL. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S WELCH BOOK ON PAGE 190. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $450. CASE SIZE 24 X 13 1/2 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF ... moreTHE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 6 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 IF YOU ARE BUYING A CLOCK ON EBAY PLEASE BUY IT FROM ME. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CLOCK THAT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT SO IT REALLY RUNS! YOU CAN SPEND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON GETTING A CLOCK TO RUN AFTER YOU BUY ONE. ALL MY CLOCKS RUN UNLESS CLEARLY STATED THAT THEY DO NOT. I ONLY SELL CLOCKS ON MY EBAY SITE. I HAVE OVER ONE THOUSAND HAPPY CUSTOMERS ON MY CLOCKS WITH MANY REPEAT BUYERS. THANK YOU. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST INSURANCE! PLEASE REQUEST INSURANCE ON YOUR SHIPMENT AND I WILL ADD IT TO YOUR INVOICE. ALL MY CLOCKS COME WITH A KEY. IF THEY ARE WEIGHT DRIVEN. THEY COME WITH WEIGHTS. PLEASE LOOK AT MY STORE FOR MORE CLOCKS. YOU are buying at auction;
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA "KING" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CIRCA 1880 CLEAN RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA"KING" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RICH SOUNDING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE BEZEL IS SILVER ALONG WITH THE PENDULUM. THE DIAL IS SIGNED ANSONIA. THE CLOCK RETAINS THE ORIGINAL REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS WITH A PEACOCK. THERE ARE CAST LION HEADS ON THE COLUMNS. THERE IS A CAST LADY HEAD ON THE TOP OF THE CASE. ALL OF THE FINIALS ARE ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THERE IS A PARTIAL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S ANSONIA BOOK ON PAGE 448. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $475. THE CASE IS SOLID OAK AND IN SUPER CONDITION. CASE SIZE 24 X 13 1/2 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED ... moreA LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 6 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem Bridge) and Ansonia on the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. Aft
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "MADISON" CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"MADISON" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1886. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LARGE LYRE MOVEMENT WITH ORIGINAL GENEVA STOPS. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THE CLOCK HAS THE FANCY S/T HANDS. THE DIAL IS PAINTED AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THERE IS A PUSH BUTTON FOR THE DOOR LATCH ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE CASE. THE DOOR GLASS IN REVERSE PAINTED. THE CASE IS THE FINEST BLACK WALNUT AND JUST SUPER LOOKING. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 196. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $650. CASE SIZE 24 X 14 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON ... moreCOLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 5 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "ST. LOUIS" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN, RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"ST. LOUIS" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1874. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE CASE FOR SETH THOMAS. THE PAINTED DIAL IS ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THE CASE IS WALNUT WITH BURL MAHOGANY VENEER. THE LOWER DOOR GLASS HAS FLOWERS. THERE IS GOLD TRIM AROUND THE DOOR GLASS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 208. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $375. CASE SIZE 15 1/2 X 11 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE ... moreHIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death many new styles of
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "TROY V.P." MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"TROY V.P. MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LYRE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM WITH THE S/T LOGO. THE PAINTED DIAL IS ORIGINAL WITH WITH S/T LOGO. THERE IS CROTCH BURL MAHOGANY APPLIED TO THE DIAL SURROUND AND INSIDE THE CASE THAT IS JUST BEAUTIFUL. THE CASE IS WALNUT AND JUST LOVELY. FOR YOU SETH THOMAS COLLECTORS CHECK OUT THE MOVEMENT CLOSELY. THIS IS A VERY DIFFERENT SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT THAN THE NORMAL IN SHAPE AND MECHANICAL DESIGN. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 210. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 15 1/2 X 10 ... moreX 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913)
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "MARLIN" CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"MARLIN" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1888. 30HOUR TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CAST SETH THOMAS SIGNED GONG. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM. THE DIAL HAS THE S/T LOGO. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE CASE BOTTOM. THE CASE IS BLACK WALNUT AND JUST LOVELY. THE CLOCK HAS REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 196. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $350. CASE SIZE 20 1/2 X 14 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE ... moreFINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor i
ANTIQUE AMERICAN ANSONIA "MONOGRAM" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICA ANSONIA"MONOGRAM" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1874. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED ANSONIA MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. LOOK AT THE EXTRA FINE CYLINDER PENDULUM. THE CASE IS SOLID BLACK WALNUT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THERE ARE FULL TURNED COLUMNS ON EACH SIDE OF THE CASE. THERE ARE THREE LOVELY FINIALS ON TOP TO COMPLETE THIS EXCEPTIONAL CLOCK. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S ANSONIA BOOK ON PAGE 446. THE 2004 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $700. CASE SIZE 23 X 15 1/2 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED ... moreTHE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley is rich in clock history. Containing such places(with the older name in brackets) as: Winsted(Winchester) Torrington(Wolcottville) Thomaston(Plymouth Hollow) Waterbury(Mattituck) Naugatuck(Salem Bridge) and Ansonia on the east bank nine miles north west of New Haven. The falls in the river provided an excellent source of water power causing industry to locate here. Ansonia was named for Anson C. Phelps who caused the Ansonia Brass Co. part of the Phelps Dodge Co. to be built here. Rolled brass became commercially available in quantity in the United States sometime during the early 1830’s. After 1838 it had generally replaced cast brass and wood for making clock movements. Since clocks provided a market for brass. What could have been more natural for Phelps to do than to start
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "CORDOVA" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"CORDOVA" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1900. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THE FANCY ROUND MOVEMENT HAS THE SPRINGS IN BRASS BARRELS. THE CLOCK HAS A CAST BEZEL WITH MILK GLASS PORCELAIN DIAL THAT IS SIGNED SETH THOMAS. THE CASE HAS HALF COLUMNS ON EACH SIDE OF THE CLOCK WITH CAST COLUMN HOLDERS. THE CASE IS FINE BLACK WALNUT AND JUST LOVELY. THIS IS ONE OF THE MORE RARE MODELS OF CITY SERIES CLOCKS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 191. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $770. CASE SIZE 11 X 9 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION ... moreOF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT "OCCIDENTAL" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN GILBERT"OCCIDENTAL" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1891. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED GILBERT MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE MOST MELLOW SOUND. THE FANCY COMPENSATED PENDULUM IS WORTH $100 ALONE. THERE IS A FULL LABEL ON THE BACK OF THE CASE. LOOK AT THE CAST CHERUBS, CAST LADY'S HEAD AT THE TOP OF THE CLOCK, AND THE CAST LADY'S WINGED HEAD AT THE BOTTOM OF THE CASE. THE CASE IS WALNUT WITH FINE CARVINGS. THE MIRROR SIDES ARE ORIGINAL. THE REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS IS ORIGINAL. THE MOVEMENT HAS THE ORIGINAL GENEVA STOPS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S GILBERT BOOK ON PAGE 300. THE 1998 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $650. CASE SIZE 24 X 16 ... moreX 7 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 WILLIAM L. GILBERT CLOCK COMPANY On July 5. 1871, the William L. Gilbert Clock Company was formed at Winsted, Conn. to succeed the Gilbert Manufacturing Company(1866-1871) which had been dissolved after a fire destroyed the factory. These firms had grown out of the clock making operations of William L. Gilbert(1806-890) who, since 1828, had been involved in various clock making partnerships in Bristol, Farmington and Winsted, Connecticut. In July of 1873. The new factory complex was completed and manufacturing commenced. George B. Owen(1834-1916) had come to Winsted in 1866 as General Manager and ran the firm for nearly 50 years,
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "LYONS" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"LYONS" CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1893. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM THAT STRIKES ON A BRASS BELL. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE THE FINEST SOUND POSSIBLE. THE RESONATOR IS SILVER PLATED. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES SILVER PLATED PENDULUM. THE DIAL IS SILVER WITH A SETH THOMAS LOGO. THERE IS A FULL DARK LABEL INSIDE THE CASE BOTTOM. THE DOOR LATCH IS KEY OPERATED ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE CASE. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED. THE CASE IS FINE BLACK WALNUT WITH TURNINGS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 196. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $400. CASE SIZE 22 X 11 1/2 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN ... moreTHE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Tho
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "BOSTON" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"BOSTON" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1884. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LYRE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. THE ORIGINAL PAINTED DIAL HAS THE S/T LOGO ON IT. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM WITH THE S/T LOGO. THE CASE IS FINE BLACK WALNUT WITH TURNINGS. THE DOOR RELEASE IS A PUSH BUTTON ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE CASE. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 186. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $500. CASE SIZE 21 X 13 1/2 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 ... moreYEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "FORTRESS" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"FORTRESS V.P. MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1880. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LYRE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A FINE SILVER BELL. LOOK AT THE SPECIAL CITY SERIES PENDULUM WITH THE S/T LOGO. THE DIAL IS PAINTED WITH THE S/T LOGO AND ORIGINAL TO THE CLOCK. THERE IS A FULL LABEL INSIDE THE CASE. THE CASE IS BLACK WALNUT WITH FINE CARVINGS. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 193. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $600. CASE SIZE 22 X 13 1/2 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. ... moreHE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "BUFFALO" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK RUNS
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"BUFFALO" MODEL CITY SERIES FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1886. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM THAT STRIKES ON A BELL. THE MOVEMENT WAS PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING CATHEDRAL GONG FOR THE FINEST SOUND POSSIBLE. THIS IS THE LARGE LYRE SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT. THE SILVER DIAL IS SIGNED SETH THOMAS. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM WITH TURNINGS. THE DOOR GLASS IS REVERSE PAINTED AND JUST LOVELY. THE CASE IS SOLID BLACK WALNUT AND IN GREAT CONDITION. THE DOOR HAS A PUSH BUTTON RELEASE ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE CASE. THERE IS A LABEL INSIDE THE CASE AT THE BOTTOM. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 186. THE 2005 PRICE ... moreLIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $600. CASE SIZE 20 1/2 X 14 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 4 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in th
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "SUMMIT" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CLEAN, RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"SUMMIT" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1890. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LARGE LYRE MOVEMENT WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM THAT STRIKES ON A BELL. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING GONG. THE CLOCK HAS A S/T LOGO KEY. THERE IS A LABEL INSIDE THE CASE. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM. THE DIAL IS PAINTED WITH THE SETH THOMAS LOGO. THE CLOCK RETAINS THE ORIGINAL REVERSE PAINTED DOOR GLASS. THERE IS A BRASS BEAT INDICATOR INSIDE THE CASE. THE CASE IS FINE BLACK WALNUT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 209. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $375. CASE SIZE 18 1/2 X 11 X 4 1/2 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES ... moreCLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 2 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. T
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "OREGON" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CLEAN, RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"OREGON" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1883. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LARGE LYRE MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING CATHEDRAL GONG. LOOK AT THE FANCY CITY SERIES PENDULUM. THE DIAL HAS THE S/T LOGO. THERE IS A BRASS BEAT INDICATOR INSIDE THE CASE. THE LARGE LYRE SETH THOMAS MOVEMENT HAS THE ORIGINAL GENEVA STOPS INTACT. THE CASE HAS A COCOBOLA FINISH WITH MARQUETERIE TOP THAT IS INLAYED WITH FRUITWOOD. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 201. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $600. CASE SIZE 19 1/2 X 11 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY ... moreSERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 2 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS "TOLEDO" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK, CLEAN AND RUNNING
ANTIQUE AMERICAN SETH THOMAS"TOLEDO" MODEL FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1884. 8DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED SETH THOMAS LARGE LYRE MOVEMENT WITH A FULL WORKING ALARM SYSTEM THAT STRIKES ON A BELL. THE CLOCK COUNTS THE HOURS ON A RESONATING CATHEDRAL GONG. THE CASE IS FINE BLACK WALNUT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE FRONT OF THE CASE HAS A PULL DOWN DOOR WITH A FULL SETH THOMAS LABEL TO ACCESS THE PENDULUM AND WIND THE ALARM. THIS CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY'S SETH THOMAS BOOK ON PAGE 210. THE 2005 PRICE LIST SHOWS A VALUE OF $300. CASE SIZE 16 X 11 X 5 I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LARGE COLLECTION OF THE FINEST CLOCKS I HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST 20 YEARS. THE PERSON COLLECTED SETH THOMAS CITY SERIES CLOCKS FOR THE LAST 45 YEARS. ALONG WITH CITY SERIES. HE ALSO COLLECTED THE FINEST HIGH END PARLOR CLOCKS. OVER THE NEXT 2 WEEKS YOU WILL HAVE ... moreACCESS TO THESE HIGH QUALITY CLOCKS. I ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BETTER CLOCKS THAN THESE. EACH CLOCK IS A HIGH QUALITY COLLECTOR QUALITY CLOCK. THESE ARE ALL INVESTMENT QUALITY CLOCKS. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! RICH Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 800x600 SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott. Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory(together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow. Thomas continued Clark’s wooden movement tall clock production. And about 1817 began making the wooden movement shelf clock. These were cased in pillar and scroll cases until 1830, when the bronze looking glass and other styles became popular. In 1842, brass movements were introduced, and first cased in the popular O.G. case(which was made until 1913) Wood movements were phased out in 1845. In 1853 Mr. Thomas incorporated the Seth Thomas Clock Company, so that the business would outlive him. Mr. Thomas died in 1859, and Plymouth Hollow was renamed Thomaston in his honor in 1865. Mr. Thomas was very conservative. And after his death man
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N. WELCH COGHLAN FINE PARLOR CLOCK CIRC 1885 PRESSED GLASS 1M
ANTIQUE AMERICAN E.N. WELCH COGHLAN FINE PARLOR CLOCK. CIRCA 1885. 1 DAY TIME AND STRIKE SIGNED WELCH MOVEMENT. PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED. OILED AND SET IN BEAT. THIS SERVICE ALONE WOULD COST YOU $100 TO HAVE DONE. THE CLOCK STRIKES THE HALF HOUR AND COUNTS THE HOURS ON A COILED GONG. THE PENDULUM IS AN E.N. WELCH SANDWICH GLASS. THIS PENDULUM ALONE IS WORTH $100. THE CASE IS IN GREAT SHAPE GIVEN ITS AGE. CLOCK IS LISTED IN TRAN DU LY ON PAGE 182#418 ND WAS LISTED FOR $325.00 WITHOUT A SANDWICH GLASS PENDULUM. HAVING THIS TYPE OF PENDULUM ADDS ANOTHER $100 TO THE VALUE OF THIS CLOCK. CASE SIZE 21 1/4 X 14 1/2 X 5 1/4. E. N. WELCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY The E. N. Welch Manufacturing Company was a joint stock corporation formed July 6. 1864 to succeed an older private firm making clocks under the name of E. N. Welch. Elisha N. Welch(1809x1887) ... morehad been making clocks at a factory site on East Main Street at Forestville, Conn. since taking over the bankrupt business of J. C. Brown about 1856. A new movement shop was fitted up in 1869. Adding to the two factories already in use by the firm. Between 1868 and 1884, a subsidiary firm called Welch, Spring& Company was formed to produce a more expensive line of clocks. This firm will be spoken of in more detail elsewhere. The Welch firm was well known for its handsome rosewood cases, though in 1885, with changing styles in furniture, the surviving firm began to introduce new models with solid walnut cases and discontinued some of the older rosewood veneered cases. Elisha Welch was enamored of a lovely(but very liberal-thinking) diva of the day from Spain by the name of Adelina Patti. He named perhaps his best quality movement after her. Called the“Patti” movement. Clocks with this movement are highly sought by serious collectors. After the death of Elisha Welch in 1887. The firm began to decline fast, selling off some of its assets and issuing new stock to raise capital. A new line of clocks was introduced for the year 1893, which appeared to be of much cheaper quality t