Circa 1906 "Crystal Regulator No. 4" in opalescent Royal Bonn porcelain. The clock features an eight day time & strike, open escapement movement. This clock was rescued from a flooded home following Hurricane Katrina and completely restored.
Circa 1904 "La Cerda" Royal Bonn porcelain clock in a very rare brown Delft finish. Features an eight day time & strike, open escapement movement.
Circa 1901 "La Roche." Royal Bonn portrait pattern, signed by the artist. Features and 8 day, time & strike, open escapement movement.
Circa 1960: Serial number 650713, eight day type 4L Ship's Bell movement in a 3/4 size (32 inches) walnut, banjo clock case. The reverse painted throat & tablet glasses feature the War of 1812 engagement between the USS Constitution and the HMS Guerriere. It was during this engagement the Constitution earned the nickname "Old Ironsides."
1920: Wardroom model, Serial Number 129356 for Tiffany & Company. The eight day type 'F' (Pilot House) time only movement is installed in a massive 18.5 inch diameter case made of polished Bronze. The 12 inch diameter, silvered Special dial has raised bronze numerals with pierced steel hands to tell the time.
This clock was awarded 2nd place for "Best Clock Restoration" at the 2021 NAWCC National
Circa 1915: E. Howard & Co., Boston #5 Regulator. 8 day, weight driven, time only movement.
1920: E. Howard & Co., Boston #20 Regulator. 8 day, weight driven, time only movement with 24" marble dial.
Circa 1910: E. Howard & Co., Boston #70 Regulator for Riggs and Brother, a Philadelphia chronometer and nautical instrument manufacturer. It was founded in 1818 by William H. C. Riggs (ca. 1795-1861), a clock and watch maker. The firm, located at 310 Market Street, was also a retailer of navigating instruments and publisher of a nautical almanac.
The firm became W. H. C. Riggs & Son in 1863, and
Circa 1974: E. Howard & Co., Boston #10 Regulator. 8 day, weight driven, time only movement.
Circa 1907 Ashcroft American Manufacturing Company 8 day, time only, maritime deck clock. The serial number 7489 is stamped on the dial as-well-as the inside of the case. Contains a Seth Thomas #10-A, jeweled, double spring movement in a lockable, hinged, nickel plated case in exceptional condition given its age. The clock measures 12" in width across the bezel and 3 5/8" in depth. The dial is
1918 Chelsea Clock Company, Boston
8 1/2" dial "Reverse Pilot House" for the U.S. Navy with the Chelsea 11 jewel (high-grade) Type F movement.
Circa 1884: Ashcroft Manufacturing Company with 8 day, 7 jewel movement (SN: A1288) supplied by Joseph Eastman's "Boston Clock Company." The 10 1/2 inch bronze case has weathered to a rich, deep brown patina.