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JOT-0625
$995
Gilbert “Star Drop”, c.1895

Gilbert "Star Drop" ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Gilbert "Star Drop" ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Gilbert "Star Drop" ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA


(original catalogue)

 

Here's a beautiful clock that we've not seen before, the Gilbert "Star Drop". It was made in two versions, the earlier in 1881 being much plainer and less interesting than this version from Gilbert's 1895 catalogue. It originally sold for $10.50 in this configuration; it's a little more expensive 120 years later!

Physical: The walnut case measures 18" w x 32.5"h x 4" d and is in excellent condition with the ORIGINAL FINISH. The xx" paper DIAL is also ORIGINAL in excellent condition (we are awaiting diameter dimension). The dial is signed "William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted Conn." The bezel has is stamped with "Pat Mar 21 '78". Hands and stenciled "Owl Glass" are original to the clock. Gotta love the wise old owl... kinda reminds us of a retired CPA client of ours in the Midwest – wise old dude out to roost!

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-only movement has just been cleaned and professionally serviced and is in excellent running order.

Comments: Wonderful, unusual clock that will put a smile on the face of anyone who sees it. Would be great in a kitchen or family room. Give us a call to ensure it's your home to which it is destined to go!

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Description

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Front Left
Upper
View
Tablet
Dial

Dial Signature

Movement
Label

Reference
Ly, T.D., Gilbert Clocks - 1998, p.151

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HOJ-0629
$2,650
Ithaca “Index”

Ithaca “Index” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca “Index” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

Interestingly, this model, that we've not had available to us in the past, matches the photo in Miller (p.51) and not that in Tran (p.254). Apparently there were two different styles of cabinet for the "index". Not so unusual in the U.S. clock market, but it is unusual that Tran doesn't have either a catalogue or original photo of this configuration.

Physical: The walnut case, which measures 15"w x 33.5"h x 6"d is in excellent physical condition, with ORIGINAL FINSH that has just been thoroughly cleaned and rubbed out. Our consignor said he used Spruce It Up (a cleaner/polish) to "remove a century of grunge and reveal a wonderful original finish."

The glass and gold leaf are original as are the 7" papered dials that are in good, age-appropriate condition. The clock dial is unsigned; the calendar dial has patent dates (also on tip of dial bezel) as well as "Manufactured for Lynch Brothers". We have been unsuccessful in learning who the Lynch Brothers were – perhaps someone reading this listing can fill us in on the details. The example in Tran also has the Lynch labeling and we have found others with the same nomenclature, but no explanation!

Mechanical: The eight-day time-and-strike movement has just been cleaned and serviced and is in excellent running order. As is typical with Ithaca clocks, the movement is signed "E.N. Welch • Forestville Conn • USA. It also says, "Manfd for the Ithaca Calendar Clock Company". The calendar mechanism has also been cleaned and serviced and is in excellent mechanical condition.

Comments: This is a gorgeous all-original clock that's just waiting for a place on your mantle, or perhaps the credenza behind your desk at work?

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Description

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Front View - 1
Front View - 2
Front Left
Front Right
Upper
Left
Upper Right
Lower Left
Lower Right
Door Open

Pat Date - Bezel
Both
Dials
Clock Dial -
Off
Clock Dial - On
Calendar Dial - On
Calendar Dial - Off

Movement
Calendar Mechanism
Bac
k

Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.146
Miller, A. & D., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.51

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AHO-0629
$3,350
Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 in Tiger Oak

Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 in Tiger Oak ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

One of the most popular Seth Thomas weight-driven wall clocks is Regulator No. 6. This model was so popular that it was copied and re-released in the 1970s by General Time, the company that bought the Seth Thomas assets and name (and subsequently folded).

THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCTION, but an original clock.

Physical: The very unusual Tiger Oak case bears the original finish that has been thoroughly rubbed out and is in excellent physical condition.

Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 in Tiger Oak ~ Antique Clocks Guy

It measures 49"h x 16.5"w x 6" d. The 10" diameter dial has the original paint in excellent condition. This clock also has an original label that's in good original condition. The glass has been replaced. The finials, pendulum bob, pulley, and beat plate are original.

Mechanical: This model uses the same time-only, weight-driven movement that's in the workhorse Regulator No. 2. The original 80-beat movement features lantern pinions, Graham pallets. This one has just been overhauled and is in excellent running order, ready for years of great service for you.

Comments: Don't miss this one if you've been seeking a very unusual, clean and original Seth Thomas regulator.

Questions? Contact us by phone at 760-604-0262, or e-mail.

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Description

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Front Right
Upper Section
Upper w/Door Open
Lower Section - 1
Lower Section - 2
Upper Left
Upper Right - 1
Upper Right - 2
Lower Left
Lower Right
Base
Dial (off)
Weight/Pendulum Bob/Label
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.284

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DPL-0180
$3,950
Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 in Walnut

Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

One of the most popular Seth Thomas weight-driven wall clocks is Regulator No. 6. This model was so popular that it was copied and re-released in the 1970s by General Time, the company that bought the Seth Thomas assets and name (and subsequently folded).

THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCTION, but an original clock.

Physical: The gorgeous walnut case bears the original finish that has been thoroughly rubbed out and is in excellent physical condition; there is crazing present in the finish, the special patina of years and years. It measures 49"h x 16.5"w x 6" d. The 10" diameter dial has the original paint in excellent condition; the strong-board behind the dial is the only non-original component of this clock. This clock also has an original label that's in very good original condition. The glass appears to be original as do the finials. Note the beautiful burled walnut in the crown piece and on the base. Also note the beautiful nickel damascened pendulum bob and matching weight, beat-plate, pulley and bezel.

Mechanical: This model uses the same time-only, weight-driven movement that's in the workhorse Regulator No. 2. The original 80-beat movement features lantern pinions, Graham pallets. This one was just overhauled and is in excellent running order, ready for years of great service for you.

Comments: Don't miss this one if you've been seeking a nice, clean very original Seth Thomas regulator.

Questions? Contact us by phone at 760-604-0262, or e-mail.

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Description

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Front Left
Crown
Upper
Section - 1
Upper Section - 2

Upper Righ
t - 1
Upper Right - 2
Lower Right
Upper Left - 1
Upper Left - 2
Lower Left - 1
Lower Left - 2

Base
Base
Burl Veneer Closeup
Dial - 1
Dial - 2
Dial Off
Pendulum Bob Closeup
Weight/Pendulum Bob/Label - 1
Weight/Pendulum Bob/Label - 2
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.284

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TCA-0325
$10,000
Herschede Model 250 ~ The Clock

Herschede Model 250 "The Clock" - Antique Clocks Guy

Herschede Model 250 "The Clock" - Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From TX

Herschede Model 250 "The Clock" - Antique Clocks Guy
Original Catalogue Photo

We have so much information on this Herschede Hall Clock Co. model that it has its own page in our reference library some of which is reproduced below. If this clock is of interest to you, then definitely read the linked page(s) above. This much-touted model was apparently Herschede's last American-made high-end production clock.

We hope you enjoy the photos below...

Physical:
The movement serial number for this clock, 635996, puts its year of manufacture after 1968. The owner's brass plate indicates a year of 1977. The cabinet (s/n 6030) measures 25"w x 87.625 "h x 14.5"d and features rare burled veneers of Spanish Olive Ash, 108 feet of solid strip brass trim, piano-hinged door with both snap lock and key lock, beveled glass, gold-plated engraved dial, hand-painted moon dial is in excellent overall condition.

Mechanical: The eight-day chiming movement features traditional (selectable) Westminster and Whittington chimes along with Herschede's own unique Canterbury Chimes.

The nine Nickel Cadmium "Crown Symphony" chime tubes are larger and longer than other Herschede clocks (standard Herschede tubes are 1.375” in diameter, while this clock’s chime tubes are 1.5” in diameter.) The tubes weigh approximately 82 pounds. The chimes can be turned off if you please; separately, so can the hour strike. We have not run the movement since we picked up the clock. It should probably be serviced once you have it set up in your home or office. Herschede had a unique and apparently patented "beat adjustment" knob on their pendulum. HERSCHEDE OWNER'S MANUAL (note: photos in this paragraph are stock photos).

The clock is in running order. The movement appears to be clean. You may wish to have it lubricated when it arrives so you have a firm date from which you may plan future service (every 3-5 years). We'd also suggest that you handle the tubes and weights with white cotton gloves and clean them with Semichrome metal polish before reinstalling.

Comments: These clocks aren't available often. Most people who own them tend to retain them as family heirlooms. This is a one-owner clock that belonged to a physician and is now offered by his family. A dealer in OR claims to have sold one last year for for $30k. The same clock shop, we're told, has another at $30k and one at $45k. Ours are, to say the least, a little (hello, how about "way") less expensive, but the same exact clock in the same exact wonderful condition!

Here is your opportunity to own both a fine clock and a piece of American clock history. Give us a call to make arrangements.
The last one of this model that we sold went safely to Hong Kong, so we can certainly get it moved to your location safe and sound!

Questions? Contact us by phone at 760-604-0262, or e-mail.

Herschede Model 250 "The Clock" - Antique Clocks Guy

Shipping: Shipping-related charges are paid directly by you to the provider. We will make the arrangements in your behalf with one of our blanket-wrap specialty clock movers.

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Description

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Front - Left
Front - Right
Crown
Trunk
Base
Dial
Pendulum
Weights/Tubes
Movement - Left


JMK-0222
$1,500
Elmer O. Stennes
Rocking Ship Granddaughter Clock

Elmer O. Stennes Rocking Ship Granddaughter Clock  ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Elmer O. Stennes Rocking Ship Granddaughter Clock  ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From Vista CA

Elmer O. Stennes Back Page of 1963 Catalogue ~ Antique Clocks Guy
(Stennes Catalogue)

 

The story of Elmer O. Stennes is intriguing, to say the least. If you don’t know the history of this particular maker, you should read the Elmer O. Stennes article in our Reference Library. An amazing saga filled with intrigue... and MURDER!

Get a cup of coffee, click the link and enjoy the story...

Physical: The simple pine swan-neck pedment case with center brass finial, typical of many Stennes clocks, measures 57"h x 13"w x 9"d is in good physical condition. It was purchased by the mother of our consignor in the 1960s era. The 6.75" diameter dial features a rocking ship that swings the opposite direction of the pendulum.

We posted YouTube videos of this clock, the first showing the whole clock (a little wobbly, sorry) and a second, higher-resolution closeup clip of just the dial. Everyone who sees this little clock is fascinated by the rocking ship!

Elmer O. Stennes Rocking Ship Granddaughter Clock  ~ Antique Clocks Guy
(click to view video)

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-only movement has just been serviced and is ready for years of great service.

Comments: This is a wonderful little clock that will bring its own intrigue into your home or office. Post the story near the clock and you'll have your own little "museum"...

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Right
Crown
Upper Section
Lower Se
ction
Dial
Weight/Pendulum
Movement


UGL-0413
$4,450
Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut

Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

Seth Thomas “Marcy” Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(Original catalogue drawing)

 

 

 

Here is one of the more sought-after Seth Thomas models. The "Marcy" first appeared in the 1884 Seth Thomas catalogue and last in their 1905 catalogue ($35.00). This one has a factory-stenciled date on the back indicating it was manufactured in October of 1886.

The Marcy has a unique and much sought-after three-train, quarter-strike movement that is only found in three Seth Thomas models, the Marcy, the Atlas, and the Hecla.

Physical: The walnut case, which measures 17"w x 46"h x 8"d is in excellent overall physical condition. The very top of the crown and the bottom finial are exact copies of an original, done at the same time as a repair to the top molding by our restoration shop. They are top pros. Then the clock was carefully cleaned and waxed.

Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Marcy” in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

The 8.5" diameter dial has the original paint and the numbers were re-blacked by our favorite dial-painter, Lesley Neff Fernandez. It, like she, is in excellent condition as well! The pendulum stick is a replacement. The upper glass is original; the lower has been replaced at some point in the past. There is also an original label on the inside bottom.

Mechanical: The eight-day spring-driven movement strikes the quarter hours on two cup bells and the hour on a cathedral gong. It was recently professionally overhauled and is in excellent running order.

Comments: This is a wonderful clock just begging for a focal-point spot on your wall. Will it be in the living room or the den? That will be up to you. We'll help make safe shipping arrangements for you, so give us a call and make it your own... or maybe you need a wedding or graduation gift for someone very special?

NOTE: A Marcy in a walnut case with a repainted dial sold in the Oct 28, 1012 R.O. Schmitt clock auction on for $4,600 plus a 15% hammer fee for a total of $5,290. We sold another of this model in the last year for $4,500.

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Front Right
Crown
Upper
Section
Lower Section
Detail - Upper Right
Left Side
Right Side
Base
Dial - 1
Dial - 2
Door Inside
Door Open - Pendulum
Pendulum & Label - 1
Pendulum & Label - 2 Label
Pendulum Bob - 1
Pendulum Bob - 2 Movement - Front
Movement - Back
Movement, Gong, Bell
Date Stencil (back)

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.321

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TBA-0415
$2,750
Ansonia Huntress Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From East Coast

Ansonnia "Huntress" Original Catalogue Drawings ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

Ansonia "swingers" have long been popular with collectors and those seeking a wonderful decorator piece. Here is a great example of the species for your consideration.

Physical: The entire clock with the swinging arm mounted measures approximately 24.5" high; both of the Huntress models in the catalogue drawing to the left were the same height.

The finish on the statue is original and in excellent, age-appropriate condition – way better than 99% of the Huntresses we generally have offered to us (most of which we decline for listing). The all-original upper and lower balls on the swing arm are original and in excellent, age-appropriate condition with original patina.

All digits are present and accounted for on the statue. The "badge" at the pivot-point is often missing on these clocks, but present here.

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The original time-only Ansonia Huntress movement is very clean, just lubricated and in excellent running order.

Comments: If you've been on the hunt, perhaps you should bag this Huntress before she runs off with another!

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Description

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Front View w/Swing Arm
Statue Front
Statue Left
Statue Back
Statue - Face
Statue Lower Front
Torso - Lower
Torso - Upper
Birds
Base
Base Bottom
Upper Ball - Front
Upper Ball - Back
Lower Ball
Lower Ball - Top
Badge
Movement
Movement - Close

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.699-701

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UTJ-0408
$3,450

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter”
Crystal Regulator, c.1914

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

Original Catalogue Drawing for Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue)

 

The Ansonia Clock Company made two large crystal regulator models with cut-glass columns, both of which are highly sought after by collectors. The are the Utopia and the Jupiter models. Both are scarce finds. This is the first Jupiter we've had in the seventeen years since we started our online business.

Physical: The beautiful, all-original case, which measures 8.75"w x 17"h x 6"d features
cut glass columns. It is a very ornate case with 4"signed porcelain dial in excellent physical condition; and featuring an open escapement. The case was recently completely disassembled and each metal piece separately polished and re-lacquered prior to reassembly there is a small dot on the top right side that did not polish out, but we find it only to be an appropriate "age spot"... like ours!

The front and side glasses are all beveled and the doors are convex as well. There are no chips in either the glass sides/front or the cut-glass columns. All are in excellent original condition.

 Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-and-gong-strike movement has recently been professionally overhauled and is in excellent running condition, ready for years of great service for you.

Comments: This is a seldom-found clock that will make a real statement wherever it is placed. We expect it will not linger here long. So, if it's of serious interest to you, please give us a call to start the purchase process. We can make arrangements for you very quickly. Also, weddings and graduations are coming soon and this would be a never-forgotten gift for your special graduate or newlyweds!

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Description

View

Front View
Front Right
Top - 1
Top - 2
Top - 3
Left Side
Upper
Left - 1
Upper Left - 2

Right Side
Base
Back
Dial
Pendulum
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.119

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STF-590
$3,125
Ansonia “ Cabinet Antique ” in Oak, c.1894

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From CA

View the original catalogue drawing of an Ansonia "Cabinet Antique" ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)
also: 1901 version

 

This is a great example of the rich decorative trim that Ansonia loved to put on their "antique" models of the late Victorian era.

Physical: The oak case, the wood of which has been professionally cleaned and waxed measures 9.5" w x 20"h x 8.25"d (with ornamentation), and is in excellent original finish condition. The brass trimmings (over 50 pieces) have all been removed, meticulously polished and re-lacquered – a HUGE task.

The 4.75" diameter dial retains the original patina and cartouche porcelain numerals and is in excellent physical condition as is the rest of the clock. There is a wood split in the front above the dial (typical on each of these we've seen over the years). But, in our opinion, it does not distract from the clock.

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The eight-day, half-hour-striking movement has just been professionally overhauled and is ready for years of great service. The heavy gong on this clock has a very mellow, pleasing tone.

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Comments: The photos really tell the whole story. Take a look, then give us a call. This is a relatively rare clock – we've only had a few of them to offer over the past 17+ years, and they don't get any better than this example!

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Description

View

Front View - 1
Front View -
2
Front Left
Front Right - 1
Front Right - 2
Front Upper
Front Lower
Crown
Side - 1
Side - 2
Ba
ck - 1
Back - 2

Dial - 1
Dial - 2
Movement/Pendulum
Movement - Front
Movement - Back
Movement - Signature


Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.241-242

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WMD-0302
$1,825
Herschede Willard-Influenced
“Hull's Victory” Banjo Clock, c.1920

Herschede "Hull's Victory" Banjo Clock, c.1920 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Herschede "Hull's Victory" Banjo Clock, c.1920 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Herschede "Hull's Victory" Banjo Clock, c.1920 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

The Herschede Hall Clock Company is widely known for its "hall" or "tallcase" clocks, but the firm also made many other styles including mantle/shelf clocks and some banjo clocks as well. This successful clock style was patented by Simon Willard in 1802 as the “Improved Timepiece” but is more commonly referred to as a “banjo” clock.

Herschede made these clocks during the first quarter of the 20th Century and competed with the banjo products from the Waltham, Chelsea and Howard factories.

Physical: The case, which measures 33.5" h x 10" w x 4.5" d, is in excellent physical condition. It has original glasses, original gilding on the eagle, original cast brass bezel and sidearms. Famous églomisé/reverse glass artist, Tom Moberg, touched up the lower back portion of the tablet. The throat and lower tablet have matching moldings and borders. The 8" diameter head encloses a 7" diameter dial (chapter ring).

As you can see in the original advertisement below, this model could be ordered with or without the bracket. Following earlier period banjo clock design “standards”, this particular clock was originally ordered without a bracket. 

(original Catalogue)

History Lesson:Within the lower  frame (tablet) is a highly detailed depiction of the engagement of two warships. One flies an American flag and the other a British flag. At center is a patriotic shield–form oculus above the image’s title “Hull”.

Early banjo clock decorations commonly included patriotic images from the War of 1812. This example includes one of the most recognizable images of the war, the engagement of The USS Constitution and The HMS Guerriere. The Constitution was commanded by Captain Isaac Hull and the battle has earned his name “Hull’s Victory”. Hull outmaneuvered and outgunned the best of the Royal Navy! This image has been reproduced on many clocks over the past two centuries as you can see in the montage below.

Click to See Six Examples of "Hull's Victory" American Banjo Clocks ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(click to enlarge)

Mechanical: The recently overhauled eight-day, time-only, movement with Geneva stops is in excellent running order and signed "Herschede, Cincinnati". The mechanism appears to be the same, or similar to, as those used by Boston Clock Co, Chelsea Clock Co., Eastman Clock Co, Little & Eastman Clock Co, etc. They were made from the tooling of the defunct Derry Manufacturing, Derry NH. In 1911 Derry Mfg went out of business, and in the following year 1912, Herschede acquired all of the tooling from Derry, moved it to Ohio, and began producing these clocks as an extension to their existing line of hall/grandfather clocks. So, strictly speaking, these movements were not "designed by Herschede" but were produced in their factory using acquired tooling from the discontinued operations of Derry Mfg. Co. (there's another bit of historical trivia for you)! Note that the serial number on the weight (7410) matches that of the movement.

Comments: There is a tremendous amount of information above to assist in your consideration of this fine clock. "Fire away" and give us a call to start the acquisition process and claim our own victory!

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Description

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Front View
Front Right
Upper Right
Lower Right
Upper Left
Lower Left
Tablet - 1
Tablet - 2
Tablet Back
Throat - Right
Throat - Left
Dial Off
Dial On
Pendulum
Movement
Movement Signature
Movement
Serial No.
Weight
Serial No.


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