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MFG & Co, Colonial Grandfather Clock
MFG & Co, Colonial Grandfather Clock
Grandfather Clock
Grandfather Clock
John Stokes, Grandfather Clock
John Stokes, Grandfather Clock
Maker of this clock: John Stokes, St. Ives. Circa 1750. This eight day tall case clock is solid oak. The carving in the trunk represents "tree of life" rising from an urn. Also the English "tudor rose" is carved several times, and many leaves are carved in the arch of the break arch hood. Two pillars are at the front of the hood and quarter columns at the back, each having top and bottom capitols. On the side of the hood, rectangular windows. The makers name is engraved in the silvered boss of the dial and numbered 621. There are dolphin spandrels on the silver and brass dial. Note the early calendar aperture and the second hands dial. See Antique Clock Price Guide.
Sinclair Harding, Cheltenham Grandmother Clock
Sinclair Harding, Cheltenham Grandmother Clock
Rocking Ship Clock with sub. sec. The Clock Store was established in 1967, Sinclair honours the historical tradition of fine English clock making. His store was first founded as a clock repair business. Pretty looking clock with the dial feature rocking ship automata to the arch.
Willman Bros, Bangor, Grandfather Clock
Willman Bros, Bangor, Grandfather Clock
Joseph and Sebastian Willman were two brothers (originally from Germany??) who had their jewelry store at High Street Bangor from 1856-1887. Joseph died in 1891. His kids took over until it was sold in 1936 to Hughes and Griffiths. See: Clock & Watchmakers in Wales by Iorwerth C. Peate - published Cardiff 1960.
Scottish longcase clock (1323)
Scottish longcase clock (1323)
Beautiful longcase clock, made by William Robb, Montrose in Scotland. Eight day Scottish longcase signed. William Robb was born in 1756 in Montrose, Scotland. From 1776 to 1816 he worked as a clockmaker. He made very handsome clocks, the shape of the case being somewhat in the French style, with urns and eagles in brass as ornament.
Scottish Grandfather Clock (1280)
Scottish Grandfather Clock (1280)
Walter Galloway was a clockmaker in Kilbirnie, Ayrshire Scotland around 1776-1834.
Elliott 9 Tubular Bells (1056)
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Elliott 9 Tubular Bells (1056)
Tubular bells may have been used in France as early as the 1850s or 1860s, but in the English speaking world, they got their start when John Harrinton of Coventry England, patented a clock chime of tubular bells in 1884. Tubular bells (also known as chimes) are musical instruments in the percussion family. Each bell is a metal tube, tuned by altering its length. Tubular bells are typically struck on the top edge of the tube with a rawhide- or plastic-headed hammer. Often, a sustain pedal will be attached to allow extended ringing of the bells.
Morbier or Comtoise tall case clock (1081)
Morbier or Comtoise tall case clock (1081)
These clocks were made in the Village of Morbier, they use to hang from a bracket, but were originally destined to have a full long case, often made from pine with tapering or violin-shaped sides.
Grandfather Clock (1028)
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Grandfather Clock (1028)
The movement from this grandfather clock was made in Germany but the case was made in Waterloo, Canada. Very nice Westminster sound.
Scottish Drumhead (1141)
Scottish Drumhead (1141)
Scottish drumhead from the 1800's. Dial: H.H. Henderson Coatbridge & Airdrie. H.H. Henderson was a Jeweler who opened his first business in Coatbridge, Scotland.
9 Tubular Floor Clock (1182)
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9 Tubular Floor Clock (1182)
This is an English 9 tubular clock with the Winterhalder & Hoffmeier movement that was made in Germany, especially for the English market. Tubular bells may have been used in France as early as 1850s or 1860s, but in the English speaking world, they got their start when John Harrinton of Coventry England patented a clock chime of tubular bells in 1884. Tubular bells (also known as chimes) are musical instruments in the percussion family. Each bell is a metal tube, tuned by altering its length. Tubular bells are typically struck on the top edge of the tube with a rawhide- or plastic-headed hammer. Often, sustain pedal will be attached to allows extended ringing of the bells.
Morbier Clock (1184)
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Morbier Clock (1184)
Very tall (8 feet) grandfather clock. Everything original, Wood pecks used. Date stamped on the dial.
German Grandfather Clock (1175)
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German Grandfather Clock (1175)
Morbier/Comtoise Tall Case Clock (1214)
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Morbier/Comtoise Tall Case Clock (1214)
Morbier Clock are expecially coveted for their uniqueness. No two wooden cases are the same. People used to buy a Morbier wall clock first and then have a case made when they had saved enough money. Has a pine case with tapering sides. It chimes twice on
Morbier Tall Case Clock (1218)
Morbier Tall Case Clock (1218)
Made in the Village of Morbier (France). Use to hang from bracket on the wall, but destinated to have full longcase, often made of Pine with tapering or violin shaped sides. Chimes twice on the full hour, 2 minutes apart.
Morbier/Comtoise Tall case Clock (1221)
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Morbier/Comtoise Tall case Clock (1221)
Made in the village of Morbier. Use to hang from a bracket on the wall, were destinated to have full long case, often made of Pine with tapering or Violin shaded sides. Chimes twice on the full hour, 2 minutes apart.
Hentschel Grandfather Clock (1224)
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Hentschel Grandfather Clock (1224)
The Hentschel Company is based in Ontario, Canada and prides itself on the use of locally produces woods for their cases. It was founded in 1890 and unlike mass produced grandfather clocks, Hentschel clocks are crafted by hand and represent an investment in pricision timekeeping. With professional maintenance, Hentschel clocks should provide the owner with accuracy and beauty for generations.
Atkinson and Peterson Grandfather Clock
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Atkinson and Peterson Grandfather Clock
Two Clocks sold by Atkinson and Peterson are in Canadian Museums. The crown on the case is typically Quebec.
Trend Grandfather Clock (1244)
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Trend Grandfather Clock (1244)
Tower Clock Old City Hall, Toronto Canada
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Tower Clock Old City Hall, Toronto Canada
Willem working on the Tower Clock from the Old City Hall in Toronto Canada.
Morbier Clock in Pyrography case (1276)
Morbier Clock in Pyrography case (1276)
Pyrography is the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object such as a poker. It is also known as pokerwork or woodburning.
Lippert Cased Embee Clock
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Lippert Cased Embee Clock
A Lippert cased EMBEE clock with a German movement. Very nice deep sound in perfect condition
Quarter Chiming Nine Tube Clock (1162)
Quarter Chiming Nine Tube Clock (1162)
Large German Nine Tube Hall Clock by Elite, St. Georgen, Germany 1903-1915, with moonphase in the break arch.Case made by Royal Furniture in Grand Rapids US, 1892-1931. Height: 232.5 cm (91.5 inch).
Winterhalder & Hofmeier Grandfather Clock (W&H1)
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Winterhalder & Hofmeier Grandfather Clock (W&H1)
Winterhalder and Hoffmeier are one of the most famous German Victorian Clockmakers. The firm was started by Anton Winterhaldeer in Schwartzenbach, Germany in 1810, taking Anton Hoffmeier into partnership in 1850, with the business finally closing on the death of Winterhalder's last son Linus in 1910.
Winterhalder & Hoffmeier Grandfather Clock (W&H2)
Winterhalder & Hoffmeier Grandfather Clock (W&H2)
Winterhalder and Hoffmeier are one of the most famous German Victorian Clockmakers. The firm was started by Anton Winterhalder in Schartzenbach, Germany in 1810, taking Anton Hoffmeier into partnership in 1850, with the business finally closing on the death of Winterhalder's last son Linus in 1910.
English Grandfather
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English Grandfather
J.J. Elliott, 9 tubular Grandfather Clock
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J.J. Elliott, 9 tubular Grandfather Clock
Clock maker bio: J.J. Elliott, from Clerkenwell, a clockmaker till his death in 1904, was based in London. Tubular bells may have been used in France as early as 1850s or 1860s, but in the English speaking world they got their start when John Harrington of Coventry England patented a clock-chime of tubular bells in 1884. Tubular bells (also known as chimes) are musical instruments in the percussion family. Each bell is a metal tube, tuned by altering its length. Tubular bells are typically struck on the top edge of the tube with a rawhide- or plastic headed hammer. Often, a sustain pedal will be attached to allow extended ringing of the bells.
Elliott Tubular Grandfather Clock (ML1)
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Elliott Tubular Grandfather Clock (ML1)
Elliott, with original patent for tubular bells. Tubes used provides a purer tone than solid cylindrical chimes. Elliott makes their products deliberately expensive and exclusive for the privileged few.
Grandmother Clock
Grandmother Clock
The movement of this clock was made in Germany while the case was made in the USA
Tempus Fugit Grandmother Clock
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Tempus Fugit Grandmother Clock
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