Seth Thomas Deco-era electric strike clock
Classic Deco styling on this clock is accented by geometrically patterned veneer and modernist numerals
on the dial. The electric time and strike movement strikes the hour and half hour on a coiled gong.
The movement itself is ink-stamped 1936.
Circa 1936 $225.00
Plymouth Mohogany Quarter Strike Mantel Clock
a signed 8-day time and strike movement, which chimes on every quarter hour and counts the hours on the hour on two chime
rods with a beautiful sound. The first 15 minutes the clock strikes twice (one on each rod), on the half hour 4 times
and the ¾ hour six times and then it strikes the hours on the hour – very unusual! The movement has
been fully serviced by Chris. The case is made of mahogany with a beautiful style with very few
minor scratches but with the original finish. In fact the whole clock is all-original from the dial to the feet! ….and
was very well cared for.
14” side 8 ½” tall and 4” wide
Circa 1946 Priced at $275.00
Pro Clocks Calendar Clock
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21" tall 10" deep 14" wide
Priced at $750.00
Pro Clocks "Grasshopper"
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20 1/4 tall 14 wide 9 1/2 deep
Priced at $850.00
Pro Clocks Scissors Clocks
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25 1/4 tall 14 wide 10 deep
Ansonia “Florentine Plush” velvet mantel clock
Yes, Victorians had flair! At the height of style, this “Florentine Plush” mantle
clock was the envy of the neighborhood. This velvet-covered, tombstone-shaped mantel clock has its original
Ansonia 8-day time and strike on coil gong movement. The original velvet was completely gone when we purchased
it, but all the trimmings are original and have been lacquered to prolong their beauty. The original dial
is made of gutta-percha (an early rubber / plastic developed in the 1800’s hailed for its strength and moldable properties)
and still has its original gold lettering and gold hands. Personally, I’ve never seen this exact
model before, but the movement, dial and feet are all Ansonia and I’m confident it’s in a book somewhere out there. Circa 1886 $650.00
Chelsea 4 1/2 “ Ships Bell Clock and Barometer in Brass on a Double Mahogany Base.
This forged solid brass case, hinge bezel, deeply etched hand silvered dial clock is in excellent condition
with only very minor scratches in the brass. You really need to look to see them. Pictures speak for the condition of this
set. This clock strikes the traditional ship’s bell code on a jeweled movement. Made in Chelsea Ma. Matching double
bellows holosteric movement, thermometer tube.
Priced at $1495.00
Ball & Co. retailer French black marble clock Boston-based
silver and fine goods retailers in the 1850’s, Jones & Ball signed their names to this fantastic French black marble
mantel clock. The clock case is elegantly simple with fluting on the sides and around the front panel.
Inside, the French 8 day time and bell strike movement is marked “Vincenti, Medaille D’Argent”, meaning
it was made by Vincenti circa 1855. The strike train is a “count wheel” train versus “rack
Please note: there is a one-inch crescent-shaped crack on the right
side horizontal panel above the base section (it does not detract and can only be seen close up). Circa
Reproduction Ansonia "King" parlor clock
detailed modern reproduction of an antique Ansonia "King" parlor clock. While the case is in the antique style,
the clock itself has been updated with a 31 day time and strike movement.
Chelsea bronze ships bell
Made by the famous Chelsea Clock Co. of Boston, MA, this bronze mantel clock has
an 8 day time and ships bell movement. This arch-top clock is all original and either has its original finish or a very old
re-lacquer of the bronze case. The silvered dial still has the vestiges of Shreve, Crump & Low of Boston as its original
marked on it. The movement serial number of 191750 dates it to between 1925 and 1929.
Priced at $1,195.00
“Societe Nationale d’Horticulture de France”
porcelain clock case decorated with various flowers and berries, highlighted with gold accents and relief scrollwork.Features a Hermle 8 day time and strike movement which strikes the hour
and half hour on two brass bells.Nice dial with minor
flaw between 9 and 10 which does not detract from its beauty.
Includes its original engraved brass back cover. Circa 1982 $275.00
Sessions “Tambour #1” mantel clock
Beautifully proportioned mahogany case with graceful scroll carving.8 day time and strike Sessions movement strikes the hour and half hour
on a coiled cathedral gong.Original porcelain dial
in perfect shape with original hands. Finish on the sides of the case have some slight ala-gating but over all is in nice
condition showing the nice grain of the wood.
Seth Thomas “Chime Clock # 59”
One of the later model Sonora chime clocks, Model 59 uses the
89 series time and strike movement in tandem with the Sonora chime movement on four tuned rods. The traditional
Westminster tune is played at each quarter and once completed at the top of the hour, the hour is also counted out.
The case is a refinished mahogany which looks nice. The dial, hands, pendulum, and key are all original
to the clock. There is also a silent lever on the back of the case to lift the hammer arms in the event
one does not want to hear the chime.
Seth Thomas By Tally Industry's.
In 1968 the general time corporation sold Seth Thomas to Tally Industry's. In 1979 they moved to Norcross Georgia.
This clock has its original label on the back showing it was made in Norcross Georgia. So this dates after 1979 and I
would say it is from the late 1980's. The oak case is in excellent condition. The top brass rails have some brass tarnish.
The dial brass bezel also shows some tarnish. The clock is a seven day time and strike german movement. It strikes on a single
chime rod and has a very nice soft sound.
Howard Miller “The Sumerset” Tiki
clock with its Oriental turnings and campaign chest brass corners. Oak cabinet with rare French Mappa burl veneers. West German
8-day key wind balance wheel movement. Westminster Chime movement chimes every 15 minutes and counts number of hours on the
hour. Has a silent option.Retains it original back
label with clock instructions and its original sale tag with the clock description. From 1975.Measures 11x13x6 inches Weights
French Black Marble Mantel Clock
black marble has a Samuel Marti & Co. of France movement.
It is a seven day
time and strike with open escapement. The dial is enamel and is in excellent condition. The Belgian black marble case is also
in excellent condition. Note; Always carry a marble clock by its base. If you pick it up by the top some of these clocks will
Ansonia Royal Bonn "Talent" Mantel Clock.
Bonn is the "Talent" Model. The Fuchsia or Magenta color is very pretty and a bit unusual. It has nice gold
accents on the case and is in excellent condition with no visible cracks or nicks. The enamel dial has a nice brass ring in
the center as well as the brass bezel. Both are in excellent condition. We are dating this clock to the late 1800's.
Serviced and come's with a one year warranty.
Priced at $495.00
Ansonia Royal Bonn "Wrangler" China Mantel Clock.
is a Ansonia Royal Bonn Model "wrangler" The lovely green case with floral and gold accents has a chip on
the left bottom of the front of the case. We have colored it in and it really can not be noticed from the front view.
It also has some pitting on the top from the factory firing of the china. The Enamel dial is in perfect condition. Brass
bezel is also in very nice condition.
Considering the clock has been around sense
the 1880's i would consider it to be in very very nice condition.
Serviced and comes with a one
French Time Only Alibaster Mantel Clock
This french mantel
clock is done in white Alabaster. These are usually very stained as the Alabaster in porous were marble is not. It is
also known as onyx-marble. This one shows very little but does have some discoloration. Of-course the clock is from the late
1800's so considering that, it is in really good condition. The face features a ceramic dial and a open face showing the movement
as it tick's back and forth. Very unusual.
Fully serviced with a one year warranty.
Priced at $475.00
Gilbert “No. 416” China
- Exceptional, flawless example of the Gilbert China clock linein Flow Blue glaze with gilt accents (notice the “lions”on each lower front corner).
- 100% original dial and case with no chips, cracks or damage to the
- Features Gilbert’s seven day time and strike movement
- Completely serviced
and guaranteed for one year from date of purchase on workmanship (excludes abuse and neglect).
Ansonia Black Cast Iron
A black cast iron with brass dial
and grey columns with gold inlays. The case has some wear to the paint as seen in the pictures. The front of the clock is
in very nice condition.
Fully serviced and comes with a one year warranty
Priced at $325.00
Seth Thomas Brown Adamantine
This is another fine example
of Seth Thomas clock company's adamantine. Its a 7 day time and strike and is in execellent condition. Adamantine is a type
of Plastic coating that is virtually indestructible. Clock dated to the early 1900's
with a one year warranty.
Priced at 325.00
French Time Only China Case
This clock is a very nice
example of a french china case. The case has some crazing and there is one chip on the upper left. These do not take away
from the beauty of this clock. The dial with its inner gold design is in excellent condition. For those that like the floral
china time only clocks this is for you.
Fully serviced and comes with a one year warranty
Priced at $325.00
Seth Thomas Round Top 7 Day Time and Strike Alarm Clock
is a Seth Thomas mantel or table clock that has a Alarm. All the Alarm pieces are there. Most times they are missing. It has
burled wood treatment. It has some of the finish missing but not to much. Over all the clock is in pretty good condition for
not being restored and in its original finish, dial etc. Clock is from the late 1800's
Seth Thomas Black and
Im pretty careful of using
the work "perfect" when describing my clocks but this one is pretty close. From the black adamantine to the brass
stamped feet, columns and the side lions. And yes they are stamped brass not painted and appear to be original to the clock.
The original paper dial does have some wear and discoloration but nothing to take away from the beauty of this clock. The
top is green marbleized adamantine as is a piece under the columns that goes from the front to around the sides. The
gold accents retain there gold with very little wear. Dial is marked Manufactured in the United States of America on the bottom
with Seth Thomas in the middle just under the hand stem. Chimes on a gong coil. A very nice clock indeed.
Clock measurement: 16.5x6.5x11.5
Priced at $375.00
- Cast iron case with
Art Nouveau floral inspiration (note the tulip motif at the base).
- Excellent enamel dial and bezel.
- Seven day
time and coil-gong strike movement completely disassembled, cleaned, oiled,and tested.
Mouse Alarm by Bayard
· Made for Disney by Bayard of France, this alarmclock is MINT with the exception of no original box.
· 24 hour time and alarm movement with animatedMickey head (nods forward and back).
No chips, scratches or marks whatsoever to indicateit has ever been opened or used.
Shreve Crump & Low Black Marble Mantel Clock
black marble mantel clock was made for the high end Boston Jeweler Shreve Crump & Low. It has a brass band the wraps around
the clock picturing Egyptian figures in different positions. The figures are raised. The face is enamel and is in perfect
condition. The marble is in very good condition with some minor chips on one side of the top back corner. The bezel glass
is beveled and has a small scratch going across the right side. The base of the clock is wood. It appears it was done this
way to attach the beautiful brass feet and front decoration.
TO BOSTON MASS. THANKS FOR YOUR PURCHASE
Hamburg-American Portico clock
· Seven day time-only portico clock, made in Germany.
Nice key-wind movement with good original silvered dial and brass
· Movement completely dismantled, cleaned, oiled, and guaranteed for one year (excluding damage from abuse,
SOLD AND SHIPPED TO CANADA THANKS FOR YOUR PURCHASE
Nicholas Muller & Sons cast metal "Reaper" mantel clock
Cast by the Nicholas Muller & Sons foundry (1850 - 1900), this clock is exquisitely detailed
from top to bottom. Surmounting the clock is "the reaper"; a peasant boy gathering a sheaf of wheat from the harvest.
The rest of the case is equally detailed with Rococo flair. The antique gold finish is new as the original was in a poor state.
Inside, the clock movement is a Waterbury 8 day time and strike on a cast bell.
Clock measures 18" tall
5" deep 17" wide.
Circa 1870 SOLD SHIPPING
TO MICHIGAN. THANKS FOR YOUR PURCHASE
of England Art Deco mantel clock
A very simply-styled Art Deco era mantel clock made in England by Perivale.
This clock features a rectangular, silvered chapter ring with a chrome bezel and slightly convex glass.
The movement is an 8 day time and strike on coil gong. Finished in dark oak.SOLD THANK YOU.