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E.N. Welch Wall Clock (HUT6)
E.N. Welch Wall Clock (HUT6)
E.N. Welch Rosewood Regulator Wall Clock, sold by Ambrose Kent - Toronto Jeweller in business on the corner of Yonge and Richmond St. 1885-1900 8 day movement. Good working condition.
E.N. Welch Mantel Clock
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E.N. Welch Mantel Clock
E.N. Welch Rosewood Shelf Clock, 8-day movement, excellent condition.
Ansonia 'Queen Elizabeth' Wall Clock (HUT5)
Ansonia 'Queen Elizabeth' Wall Clock (HUT5)
Ansonia 'Queen Elizabeth' Wall Clock. Paris award prize winner. Golden Oak, totally original, 8 day spring, gong quarter cut oak case. One of a kind.
Seth Thomas Shelf Clock
Seth Thomas Shelf Clock
Seth Thomas Mahogany/rosewood shelf clock (9") Cottage model. Perfect Pantry Co. London, Ontario on face. Must be very old since the repaired marks inside the clock shows 1871 and 1887.
Tiffany Clock
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Tiffany Clock
This beautiful Tiffany signed clock was made in France for the Tiffany New York Co in the late 1800's. The Marble is in mint condition.
Canadian Inlaid Mahogany cased clock (1006)
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Canadian Inlaid Mahogany cased clock (1006)
Canadian inlaid mahogany cased mantel clock. John Wanless & Co, Toronto. In a balloon case with inlaid shell medaillon and stringing in contrasting wood.
Gingerbread Clock (1017)
Gingerbread Clock (1017)
Gingerbread: a common name given to the very ornate kitchen clocks produced in America between 1890 and 1910.
American Regulator (1181)
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American Regulator (1181)
Regulator clocks, sometimes referred to as pendulum clocks, were invented in the late 18th C. in a quest for greater timekeeping accuracy. They were weight-driven devices and featured a dead beat escapement (an improvement of the anchor design).
Ogee clock (1016)
Ogee clock (1016)
Ogee Clock is a common kind of weight-driven 19th C pendulum clock in a simplified gothic taste, made in the USA for a mantel piece or to sit upon a wall bracket. It is rectangular, with ogee-profile molding that frames a central glass door that protects the clock face and the pendulum. The door usually carries a painted scene in the area beneath the face. Ogee clocks are one of the most commonly encountered varieties of American Antique Clocks.
Miniature Session Clock (1187)
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Miniature Session Clock (1187)
Nice miniature Session Clock manufactured by The Session Clock Co, Forestville Conn. USA, mahogany inlaid.
SethThomas Ogee Wall Clock (1225)
SethThomas Ogee Wall Clock (1225)
Gingerbread Clock (1245)
Gingerbread Clock (1245)
Gingerbread: Common name given to the very ornate kitchen clocks produced in America between 1890-1910.
Tiffany's New York Clock set
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Tiffany's New York Clock set
Atkins Clock Co (WT012)
Atkins Clock Co (WT012)
Waterbury Wooden Mantel Clock (1255)
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Waterbury Wooden Mantel Clock (1255)
Sessions Mantel Clock (1254)
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Sessions Mantel Clock (1254)
Ithaca Calender Clock
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Ithaca Calender Clock
Ithaca Calender Clock Co, New York.
Tiffany's New York Clock (1249)
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Tiffany's New York Clock (1249)
Clock is in mint condition with original bell and crank.
New Haven Black MC (1250)
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New Haven Black MC (1250)
Seth Thomas Bracket Clock (WT102)
Seth Thomas Bracket Clock (WT102)
Seth Thomas (178501859) was a famous 19th C American Clockmaker and a pioneer of mass production. He was born in Wolcott, Conn. in 1785. He started the clock business in 1807, working for clockmaker Eli Terry, In 1810, he bought Terry's clock business, though choose to sell his partnership in 1812, and moved to Plymouth Hollow, Conn., where he set up a factory to make metal-movement clocks. In 1853, Thomas officially incorporated the "Seth Thomas Clock Company".
Seth Thomas Triple Panel Wall Clock
Seth Thomas Triple Panel Wall Clock
J.M. Patterson, Toronto, Canada West, Empire case, rosewood veneer Wall clock. Seth Thomas (1785-1859) was a famous American clockmaker and a pioneer of mass production. He was born in Wolcott, Conn. in 1785. He started the clock business in 1807, working for clockmaker Eli Terry. In 1810, he bought Terry's clock business, though choose to sell his partnership in 1812 and moved to Plymouth, Hollow, Conn. where he set up a factory to make metal-movement clocks. In 1853, Thomas officially incorporated the "Seth Thomas Clock Company".
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