Circa 1907 Ashcroft American Manufacturing Company 8 day, time only, maritime deck clock in outstanding original condition. The serial number 7489 is stamped on the dial as-well-as the inside of the case. The clock is powered by a rugged Seth Thomas #10A, jeweled, double spring movement. The lockable, hinged, nickel plated case is in exceptional condition given its age. Email me for additional details.
Circa 1925 Seth Thomas "Lever #4" Marine clock for the U. S. Lighthouse Service. The clock contains a very accurate, 7 jewel, 8 day lever action movement. The solid brass case has some bumps and bruises commensurate with its age and life as a working timepiece. The screw bezel opens and closes smoothly. The movement has been recently overhauled and is in good running order in all respects. Phone or email me for additional details.
Circa 1940 Seth Thomas "Lever #6" Wardroom clock. The 5 1/2" dial contains an oversized seconds bit in lieu of the numeral 6. The clock is powered by an 11 Jewel lever escapement movement designed to compete with the Chelsea Clock Company "Pilot House" line of marine clocks. The hinged bezel and lockable case is made of nickel plated brass. The movement has been recently overhauled and is in good running order in all respects. Phone or email me for additional details.
Circa 1960 Chelsea Clock Company, Boston - 3/4 size (32 inches) walnut banjo case with reverse painted throat & tablet glasses featuring the War of 1812 engagement between the USS Constitution and the HMS Guerriere. The 8 day type 4L Ship's Bell movement (SN: 650713) has been completely overhauled and is running perfectly. Phone or email me for pricing, additional photos, or more information.
Circa 1890 Vienna Regulator (Maker Unknown) - The 8 day, time & strike, weight driven movement has been completely overhauled and is running perfectly. The porcelain dial is 7" in diameter. Overall length 46 1/2", Width 13 1/2", Depth 7". Phone or email me for pricing, additional photos, or more information.
Circa 1917 New Haven Clock Company No. 3043 advertising clock for Sauer's Extracts of Richmond, Virginia. The mahogany finish case houses the 8 day, time only movement and displays the time on a 12" diameter dial. Both upper and lower glasses are original to the clock and are in "as found" condition with no chips or cracks. Overall length is 42", Width 16 3/4", Depth 6". Phone or email me for pricing, additional photos, or more information.
Circa 1905 Ansonia "Huntress" swinging arm clock. The movement has been completely overhauled, and the clock is in good running order. The statue is complete and undamaged. The statue has been gently cleaned and waxed to preserve the spelter metal. Email or phone me for pricing, additional photos, or more information.
All clocks offered have been completely overhauled, run-in, and are in good running order in all respects.