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."
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.