Clock, Watch, Jewelry & Antiques Auction

LOT DESCRIPTION (and condition in italics) EST
1 Advertising sign in the form of a pocket watch, cast iron gilded and decorated frame labeled Jewelry, Watches and Clocks with "Baker" signed on rear side of dial, including custom made hanger.     most of the gilding is worn off and the dial has been repainted. It is a well made heavy sign in need of restoration. $400 - $600
2 Pathe Freres, Pathephone Reflex "Coq"., "Les Disques Chantent Sans Aigulle", French record player with integrated horn and green felt lined steel turntable in a natural finished maple case with embossed molding and embossed plaque and lithographed transfer on front of case, includes discography catalog     the case retains its original finish. The record player turntable functions. The reproducer and crank are present. $300 - $400
3 Gramophone by Hawthorne & Sheible, Philadelphia, and sold by O'Neill-James Co. of Chicago, "Busy Bee" Grand model disc record player with painted tin outside horn.     Busy Bee's oak case may have original finish or an old refinish, but if so the nice original label on side is intact. This machine has an original, curiously shaped reproducer, crank, and a nice tin horn. The horn's paint is so nice it is probably repainted, but nicely done in the proper color. Note this machine has a curious "button" on the turntable which did not allow regular disc records to seat properly, thus making owners buy only Busy Bee records. A scarce models in much better than average condition. $400 - $700
4 Columbia Phonograph Co., Inc., New York, NY. Model BKT cylinder phonograph with original painted tin horn. This model was made to play 2 or 4 minutes cylinders.     Oak cased machine with complete with reproducer, arm, crank and domed lid. Original finish and front decal. Tin horn has original paint with some deterioration, but much better than often found. A scarce machine in quite good condition. $400 - $700
5 The Autophone Co., Ithaca, NY, "Chautauqua Concert Roller Organ", 20-note roller organ. The company was owned by Henry B. Horton who also owned the Ithaca Calendar Clock Co.     Oak case in nice condition in original finish has some wear to the black painted base. The unit inside is very clean with original decoration. Unit is in playing condition. Pinned wooden cobbs for this instrument are readily available and 15 are included in the lot. $350 - $450
6 Mechanical Orguinette Co., New York, New York, mechanical reed organ. The firm became part of the Aeolian Organ and Music Co.     Walnut case in original finish with original decoration. The unit needs a belt to connect the drive handle to the roller pulley. The unit does seem to play and will need to have the bellows restored. Comes with more than a dozen paper music rolls. $350 - $450
7 Organettes- 2 (Two): (1) Paul Ehrlich, Leipzig, Germany, "Ariston", mechanical disk music organette; (2) Paul Ehrlich, Leipzig, Germany "Ariston" mechanical disk music organette.     (1) Grain painted case in good condition has some scattered wear just under the top and long the top edges. The unit needs to be restored as it does not play. The winding handle may have a wood handle now missing; (2) Grain painted case with incised gold decoration in nice condition. It is the fancier of the two units in this lot. The unit plays, but it sounds squeaky and misses notes. It will need to be restored. It comes with 22 discs that can be played on both units. $400 - $600
8 Organs- 2 (Two): (1) The Aeolian Organ and Music Co., New York, New York, "Celestina Organette" mechanical roller organ. (2) The Mechanical Orguinette Co., New York, New York, "Celestina Organette", mechanical roller organ     (1) Walnut case in original finish and gold decoration in nice condition. The music making part of the organette will need to be restored. It appears that the bellows have been rebuilt, but the rest of parts need to be installed. Cannot guarantee, but it looks like all the parts are there for the rebuild; (2) Walnut case in original finish with some loss to the gold decoration. The unit is complete but does not play. The bellows are most likely leaking and will need to be rebuilt. $300 - $400
9 Phonographs- 2 (Two) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs with 3 black tin and 9 small brass end horns.     Both oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original banner case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. Both machines have two minute reproducers and both have winding cranks. Three early-style painted cone horns and nine black & brass end "witches hat" horns of various ages. $300 - $400
10 Phonographs- 2 (Two) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs with eight (8) small brass end horns.     Both oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids. Some finish and minor veneer loss. Both machines have two minute reproducers. Both have winding cranks. Eight black & brass end "witches hat" horns of various ages. $300 - $400
11 Phonographs- 2 (Two) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs with six; (6) small brass end horns.     Both oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original later "Edison" case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. Both machines have two minute reproducers. Neither have winding cranks. Six black & brass end "witches hat" horns of various ages. $300 - $400
12 Phonographs- 2 (Two): (1) Edison model #30 "Amberola" plus one (1) Edison "Home" machine without domed lid and an Edison "Triumph" model domed lid (only) .     Amberola has a nice oak case, but its front grill is missing. It plays 4 minute Blue Amberol records (only) and has original reproducer and crank, The "Home" is a combination 2/4 minute machine has a nice banner case decal, but no lid. It has a reproducer and crank $250 - $350
13 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison "Fireside" model phonographs.     The "Fireside" was a popular model originally made to play two or four minute cylinders. All three cases have original domed lids. Two of the three oak cases have old finishes and original "Edison" case decals. One case has been refinished and has a reproduction case label. One machine is missing a reproducer and one is missing a crank. One machine has an optional carriage and diamond reproducer to play 4-minute "Blue Amberol" records and was often used with a "cygnet" horn. $350 - $550
14 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Home" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids. Some finish and minor veneer loss. One earlier model, c. 1905, has its original banner case decal and reproducer. One earlier model has no reproducer and is missing the reproducer lifting lever. One is a later model, c. 1910, and has a combination 2/4 minute speed. It has a reproducer. All three have winding cranks. $300 - $400
15 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Home" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids. Two have original banner case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All three have reproducers for two minute records. None have winding cranks. $300 - $400
16 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Home" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids. All have original banner case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All three have reproducers for two minute records. Two of the three have winding cranks. $400 - $600
17 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All machines have two minute reproducers, but only one has a winding crank. $250 - $350
18 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original later-style "Edison" case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All have two minute reproducers. Only two have winding cranks. $350 - $500
19 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     Two oak cases have old finishes and original banner labels. Some finish and minor veneer loss. One case has been refinished, has a reproduction banner case decal and has inappropriate painted embellishments. The other two cases have original banner case decals. All three oak cases have original domed lids. Two of the three have cranks, but one crank is missing its wooden handle. All three have two minute reproducers. $250 - $350
20 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original banner case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All have two minute reproducers. Only one has a winding crank. $300 - $400
21 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. Two machines have two minute reproducers. The machine with heavier base molding has no reproducer or winding crank. $250 - $350
22 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Standard" model cylinder phonographs.     All three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with original banner case decals. Some finish and minor veneer loss. All have two minute reproducers. Only two have winding cranks. $300 - $400
23 Phonographs- 4 (Four) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ "Home" model cylinder phonographs.     All four oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids. Some finish and minor veneer loss. One is earlier, c.1905, with banner case decal the remainder c.1908, have "Edison" case decals. All four have reproducers and three of four have winding cranks. $350 - $500
24 Music Box- German, Monopol 30 note single-comb disc music box in striped mahogany case playing size No. 130; (7.5in) edge-drive discs. The music box comes with 4 (Four) discs including: "The Soldiers of the King", "Auld Lang Syne", and two others. Nice Monopol label under the lid featuring a girl with a bird and cat in a baby carriage.     Large crack in the top of the wood case. Some light oxidation on the comb. The cast iron bed plate has been repainted. New wood has been added to the underside. The music box winds and plays, but was not tested extensively. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
25 Music Boxes- 4 (Four) Swiss in need of repair: One Playing 10 tunes; second playing 8 tunes with bells; and two others     sold "as is". Two of the tops are detached; (2) movement is not attached to box. All needing mechanical and case attention. $300 - $400
26 Whistler- Germany, carved wood whistler figure of a man in bowler hat powered by a spring driven movement. Though it is not signed except for "Germany" most of these were made by Karl Griesbaum.     figure is well carved with good details, posture, and facial expression. Bellows will need to be restored. Movement runs, but is quite dirty and shows signs of previous repairs. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
27 Horns- 13 (Thirteen) period examples for cylinder phonographs: Selection of 10 all brass or black & brass end horns, plus 3 morning glory horns, one with painted flowers, c. 1900 - c. 1912.     Brass and brass end horns in good condition. Morning glory horns have paint loss. $350 - $500
28 Horns- 17 (Seventeen) morning glory horns for cylinder phonographs.     Plain and decorated horns, most have original paint, a few repainted. Some are flower decorated. Condition varies. Included is one Edison "cygnet" (goose neck) horn. $700 - $1,000
29 National Cash Register, Dayton, Ohio, "Model 313 Fountain Service" cash register with Coca-Cola advertising on customer side with elaborately embossed brass housing surrounding computation mechanism keys, on an oak base with marble shelf above till. The till embossed with "NATIONAL".     the register is in very good original condition. There is some discoloration to marble shelf. The mechanism activates and resets when keys are pressed and includes original lock key to access interior. Very heavy and probably should be hand delivered. $400 - $600
30 National Cash Register, Dayton, Ohio, "Model 410" cash register with with elaborately embossed brass housing surrounding computation mechanism and buttons for prices on an oak base. The till and the rear are embossed with "NATIONAL", serial #714348     the till and most buttons are operational. The brass is nicely patinated and clean and the overall condition is excellent. No keys available. It probably weighs approximately 80+ pounds. $300 - $400
31 National Cash Register, Dayton, Ohio, "Model 711" cash register with wood grained steel housing surrounding a cast iron frame and computational mechanism and buttons for prices on an oak base with milk glass shelf above oak faced till. Above and below the till and the bottom of the rear are painted with "NATIONAL", serial #2212763     the register retains its original grain paint with wear to the top panel. The milk glass is intact with some minor scrapes and scuffs. The mechanism and till appear to be functioning. No keys available. $250 - $350
32 Metalware- 5 (Five) sterling and Silver Plated Items: (1) sterling bowl stamped "Boardman"; (2) sterling dish stamped "Wallace"; (3) Square sterling tray; (4) Silver plated tray with shell motif; (5) Silver plated tray with oval shape.     Dimensions are for square tray. Items sold "as is". $400 - $500
33 Metalware 36 (Thirty-six) Silver Plated Items: Kitchen and serving items including trivets, a miniature coal hood a warming bowl, meat platters, bowls, and trays.     Dimensions are for largest oval tray. All items sold "as is". $200 - $300
34 Sterling flatware- 50 (Fifty) pieces in a mahogany utensil box including five ladles, two cheese cutters, 13 tea spoons, one meat fork, 23 forks, four sugar spoons and two miscellaneous utensils. In addition the lot includes 12 silver plated knives with Mother of Pearl handles. The sterling portion of the lot weighs approximately 65 troy ounces.     sold "as is". Good condition Measurements are of mahogany box. $800 - $1,000
35 Sterling flatware- 70 (Seventy) pieces in mahogany utensil box including eleven table spoons, five butter knives, eleven soup spoons, 20 forks, twelve condiment forks, ten spoons and one ladle including 14 (Fourteen) silver plated utensils including knives with pearl handles. The sterling portion of the lot weighs approximately 72 troy ounces.     sold "as is". Good condition, measurements are of mahogany box. $900 - $1,100
36 Porcelain & Decorative Ceramics- 17 (Seventeen) Ceramic Items: (1) Royal Bonn, Germany, vase in green with floral design and gold accents; (2) Royal Doulton Burslem floral decorated vase for Shreve, Crump, and Low; (3) White compote with reticulated bowl; (4) Jardiniere with floral pattern and gold accents signed "M.S.G."; (5) French container with cover, lid dated 1891 and signed "D & C"; (6) 6 (Six) China plates with romantic scenes by Ovington Brothers, NY; (7) 6 (Six) plates by R. Deliniers & Cie, Limoges, France.     (1) Many small flakes to the glaze and a developing crack on right side arm; (2) Vessel is somewhat dirty from use; (4) One repaired foot. Height provided is for Royal Bonn vase. All items sold "as is" $200 - $300
37 Porcelain and Decorative Ceramics- 17 (Seventeen) Ceramic Items: (1) Large English blue and white transferware serving plater with pastoral scene signed "Rogers"; (2) Large English transferware bowl signed "BWM & C, Cauldon, England"; (3) 6 (Six) miscellaneous plates of assorted design; (4) German boudoir container with floral pattern and lid; (5) Celery plate marked "MR" from Limoges, France; (6) Handled fruit dish with floral pattern and gold accents from Dresden, Germany; (7) 3 (Three) serving trays and matching soup tureen with lid, signed "Haviland & Co., Limoges (8) White French serving plate with gold edge, marked "AL, Limoges, France". (9) European "lovers" statuette.     (2) Damaged rim; (3) Most of the small plates have some minor damage; (4) Ladle is absent; (7) One tray has a large corner chip. (8) Gold edge is worn in places. (9) A few small chips and losses. Dimensions provided are for large serving plater. All items sold "as is". $200 - $300
38 Glassware- 18 (Eighteen) Pieces of Glassware: (1) Cordial set with tray, two decanters, and six nautical-themed glasses; (2) Green "cut-to-clear" wine decanter with grape decorations; (3) Clear cut glass decanter with flat sides; (4) Clear cut glass decanter with cylindrical shape; (5) 2 (Two) glass flasks with faceted sides; (6) 6 (Six) sherry glasses with colorful rooster decoration; (7) 6 (Six) silver and cut glass salad plates.     (3) Large chip at the mouth; (4) Damage and visible repairs to top. Height provided is for green decanter. All items sold "as is". $200 - $300
39 Asian bronze head representing unidentified Buddhist deity, composed of three identical faces, joined castings     with patination and corrosion $100 - $200
40 Wells Fargo "Bellhop" smoking stand, the painted, cast and sheet iron male figure with holder for cigarettes, matches, and ash tray, on a square iron base     face with original surface, the rest restored, cigarette cup with deep dent and crack, ash tray with dents $150 - $250
41 Antique- Baumgarten & Co., Baltimore, MD, "Baltimore No. 9" miniature printing press with type in wooden case. The Baltimore Printer No. 9 was a small printer, known as a "lever press". Though it could only print a few short lines of type on a 2-1/8" by 3-1/4" piece of paper, these simple printing machines allowed small business to print cards, labels, and tickets without the expense of a professional printer. Individuals also used them to produce their own calling or visiting cards -- the precursor to today's business card.     The press is in overall good condition except for some rust on once bare surfaces and some loss of the black enamel. A new roller for spreading ink will be needed if the press is to be restored to working order. It will also need to be mounted to a table or sturdy wood base. The press comes with several dozens of pieces of type, brass & lead shims, and what may be the original tweezers. The wooden box is homemade, but designed to hold the press. Dimensions provided are for the wood case. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
42 Tools- Drafting and Lettering Tools: Large collection of professional quality tools including compasses, dividers, rules, scales, brushes, pencils, pens, templates, scribers, airbrush, planimeter, and boxed lettering sets. Makers include Willis, Pickett & Eckel, Staedtler, Keuffel & Esser Co., W. H. Weil & Co., Post, E.O. Richter & Co., Alteneder, Thayer & Chandler, and Mayline.     high quality equipment, mostly of American and European manufacture. Sold "as is". $200 - $400
43 Devices and Instruments- 12 (Twelve): An unusual assortment of mechanical devices including an electrically powered street clock movement; a spring driven movement barber shop pole spinner; a musical Christmas tree spinner; an Edison Standard cylinder phonograph; two time switches, one by Gilbert and one by W.S. Tyler Company; a Cole Pattern sun compass; a large spring driven movement motor possibly for animated window displays; three spring driven movement motors for powering alarms or similar devices; a opthalmomeer by the Spencer Lense Company.     street clock comes with a large set of hands that will need to be modified to fit the mechanism. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
44 Pearl necklace, double strand, 21", with 14 karat gold clasp, together with a pin/ pendant, silver gilt filigree frame set with a portrait on porcelain by G.T.E. Richter, and a watch brooch, in the rococo style, pin/ pendant dimensions listed     necklace good, pin/ pendant with minor tarnish, watch brooch dirty, watch runs, precious metal content marked $250 - $350
45 Eterna Matic Watch Co., Switzerland, lady's gold wrist watch, 17 jewels, automatic winding, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat yellow gold case with integral bracelet, baton marker brushed metal dial, gold baton hands, 17mm, 27.2g TW, c1965.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal with scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $500
46 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a Mathey - Tissot purse watch with 17 jewel nickel movement, decorative sterling silver case, Arabic numeral and dot marker metal dial and gilt leaf hands, the other a ball watch with chain, retailed by Bucherer, 17 jewel nickel movement, gilt case and chain, with retailers box, both 20th century     both running $300 - $400
47 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All "heart beat" novelties with mock pendulums, one with rocking dancers, various case styles, two with outer cases     four running, the others with good staffs $400 - $600
48 Eterna Watch Co., Switzerland, desk or bedside clock, silver gilt case with yellow guilloche enamel and floral ornament, Arabic numeral, oval silvered dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, 15 jewel timepiece movement with lever escapement     gilding worn away, enamel with chip, upper left, plastic crystal with scratches, dial darkened, hands with spots of oxide, movement dirty, oily, running $300 - $400
49 France, small carriage clock, the silver case with repousse ornament in the rococo style, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform     case good, minor dents, one handle socket with split, dial with hairlines, movement dirty, oily, running $300 - $400
50 L. Caisso & Cie., Paris, desk or bedside clock, miniature pendule de officier style gilt case with applied ornament, Roman numeral convex white enamel dial, gilt Louis XV style hands, 8 day, key wound timepiece movement with cylinder platform     losses to gilding, dial and hands good, movement oily, dirty, running $300 - $400
51 Switzerland, desk or bedside clock in the form of a folding screen, gilt brass frame with foliate ornament in the rococo style, each section set with conforming polychrome painted porcelain panels depicting people in landscapes, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with blued steel hands, 30 hour, 17 jewel keywound Swiss movement with lever escapement     frame with losses to gilding and tarnish, panels good, movement dirty, running $400 - $600
52 Clocks- 2 (Two): Jaeger - LeCoultre, Switzerland, desk clock with rectangular gilt case, Roman numeral faux lapis lazuli dial, gold baton hands, 8 day timepiece movement, together with a silver mounted green agate desk clock with Roman numeral white enamel dial and 30 hour timepiece movement, both 20th century, LeCoultre measurements listed     LeCoultre running, case with minor tarnish, agate clock not running, movement loose in case $350 - $450
53 Carriage clocks- 3 (Three): including a "Matthew Norman" with oval case and original outer box, another with gilt case and decorative white enamel dial, and a Waterbury miniature with outer case     Matthew Norman gummy, ticks briefly and stops, the others not running $300 - $400
54 Clocks- 5 (Five): All hanging, four 8 day chatelaine style with decorative dials and hangers, the other with gilt brass case, white enamel dial, and 8 day timepiece movement with cylinder platform     all running, minor wear & losses $300 - $400
55 Clocks- 5 (Five): including a French mantel clock, a Mastercrafters electric waterfall clock, and three miniature tall clocks     one running $200 - $300
56 Carriage clocks- 6 (Six): All Waterbury, one with outer case, and two repeaters with fancy gilt cases     two running, including one repeater, two others tick briefly $300 - $400
57 Clocks- 6 (Six): All with ceramic cases, including "R.S. Prussia", "Rosenthal", Majolica, and Delft, five with thirty hour timepiece movements, and one with quartz movement, Rosenthal case dimensions listed     Majolica clocks running, the others with good staffs, quartz clock not running $300 - $400
58 Clocks- 6 (Six): Four 8 day by Waltham with landscape painted dials and easel backs, a "Quintonware" with polychrome enamel decoration and easel back, and a hanging clock, gilt oval case, dial with painted scene including six putto, 8 day timepiece movement, all 20th century, oval clock dimensions listed     5 running, the other ticks and stops, cases with minor dirt and tarnish $400 - $600
59 Clocks- 6 (Six): including a figural with fife and drummer, a French carriage with caryatid corners and champleve enamel dial mask, an Ansonia novelty, a British United novelty, and two other novelties with fancy cases     three running, including French carriage, two others with good staffs $300 - $400
60 Clocks- 6 (Six): including a miniature carriage clock with outer case, a "Tip Top Traveler", two mother of pearl clad miniatures, one barrel form, a silver repousse miniature in the rococo style, and a Waltham paperweight clock     4 running, the others with good staffs $350 - $500
61 Clocks- 6 (Six): including an Ansonia figural with putto, an Ansonia cartel style, a Hamburg - American with gilt brass case set with porcelain panel featuring putti, a British United with gilt brass case, and two wooden miniatures     two running, two others with good staffs $350 - $500
62 Clocks- 6 (Six): including an Ansonia miniature tall clock, a "Smiths" miniature lantern clock, a "Bayard - Luxe" travel alarm with outer case, a Bulova Swiss picture frame clock, and two others, mechanical and electric movements     Ansonia running, Smiths running, two others run briefly and stop $300 - $400
63 Clocks- 7 (Seven): All with easel backs, six decorated with guilloche enamel, the last in plain blue enamel, 30 hour and 8 day timepiece movements, 20th century, dimensions of largest clock listed     5 running, the others with good staffs, two with damage to enamel $400 - $600
64 Clocks- 7 (Seven): Four with decorated jasper cases, one marked "Wedgwood", a "Luxor" with faux malachite case, an "Aynsley" with marbled Portlandware case, and a "Swiza" alarm in bracket clock form, mechanical and quartz movements, 20th century     three mechanical clocks running, the others with good staffs, quartz clocks not running $300 - $400
65 Clocks- 7 (Seven): including two "Lux" parasol novelties, a German alarm with lavender enamel and decorated dial, a miniature cartel style, a Zenith travel alarm with case, a British United novelty with velvet lined base, and a Seth Thomas     three running, Lux parasols not running, Seth Thomas ticks and stops, Zenith not running $350 - $500
66 Clocks- 7 (Seven): Two square, easel back Swiss desk clocks, 8 day time and alarm, one with outer case, three "Nuart" desk clocks with faux guilloche enamel, two with easel backs, one with alarm, all 30 hour, a smaller, square Swiss, 8 day, also with easel back, and a Deco style Swiss with silver trimmed case and 8 day movement     all tick briefly and stop, alarms functional $300 - $400
67 Clocks- 9 (Nine): including one in red Baccarat crystal with original box, one in Murano glass, one in Waterford crystal, a reproduction "Zappler", and others, quartz and mechanical movements, together with a pocket watch form pill case     one mechanical running, running order of quartz clocks unknown $300 - $400
68 Clocks- 10 (Ten): including a "Tiffany & Co." travel alarm with outer case, an "Oberon" with wheelbarrow form case, a "LeCoultre" travel alarm with folding case, a "Sheffield" travel alarm with outer case, a "Stowa" travel alarm with outer case, two folding purse watches, and others     three running, including Tiffany, four others with good staffs $350 - $500
69 Books- 5 (Five) Boxes of Auction Catalogs: Scores of high-quality auction catalogs featuring clocks, watches, and scientific instruments. Auction catalogs from R.O. Schmitt, Skinner, Sotheby's, Christie's, Antiquorum, Bonham's, and more.     catalogs are in good to excellent condition. Sold "as is". $400 - $500
70 Books- 6 (Six) References on Clocks and Watches: Titles and authors include: "A Catalogue of Tools for Watch and Clock Makers" by John Wyke; "Shop Records of Daniel Burnap, Clockmaker" by Penrose Hoopes; "Watches" by Cecil Clutton and George Daniels (1975) ; "The Art of Breguet" by George Daniels; "Christiaan Huygens' the Pendulum Clock or Geometrical Demonstrations Concerning the Motion of Pendula as Applied to Clocks", translated by Richard Blackwell; "Pendolette Fantasia" by Claudio Ghidoni and Gabriele Ribolini.     Hardcover editions of very hard to find books. The Huygens book is still sealed in plastic. $300 - $400
71 Books- 12 (Twelve) Referenece Books: Hard to find references on clocks, watches, and automata. Authors include: Cescinsky & Webster, Hellich, Loring, Chapuis & Droz, Tardy, Roberts, and Daniels & Markarian.     good condition with some shelf wear, most with dust jackets. $300 - $400
72 Books- 13 (Thirteen) classic and out of print references on clocks and antiques: American Clock (Battison & Kane) ; Clockmakers of Lancaster County (Wood/Kramer), Two Hundred Years (Bailey), Clocks (Cooper Hewitt Museum), American Clockmakers (Spittlers/Bailey), Pennsylvania Clocks (Eckhardt), Book of American Clocks (2; Palmer), Horology American (Dworetsky), Treasury of American Clocks (2; Palmer), The Antiques Book (Winchester), English and American Furniture (Cescinsky). Authors include Robey, Roberts, Ly, Allix, Taylor, Wood & Kramer, Husher & Welch, Parsons, Bailey, Sobel, Willard, Battison & Kane, Robinson & Burt, Ela, Gardner, Holly, Oechsle, Fanelli, Nutting, Edwardes, Coleman, Mussey, Rath, Balzer, Drepperd, Nicholson, Ly price guides, etc. CONDITION: three boxes; most are hardcovers in very good condition.     one box; all books are hardcover and in good to very good condition; Note titles in photograph, sold as is, no further details available $150 - $250
73 Books- 13 (Thirteen) Hardcover Reference Books: Many high quality books, most on British and European watches and clocks. Authors include: Roberts (3), Tardy, Kaltenbock, Cuss, Ortenburger (2), Foley, Maurice, Gould, Kochaver, and Royer-Collard.     books are in very good condtion, some with wear to the dust jackets. $450 - $650
74 Books- 16 (Sixteen) classic and out-of-print references on clocks and watch repair; authors include Roberts, Distin & Bishop, Ly, Fried; (4), Fleet, Goodrich; (2), Camm, and De Carle.     these useful volumes, some hardcover with original dustjackets, are in good used condition. Sold "as is", no further information available $150 - $250
75 Books- 22 (Twenty-two) Reference Books on Clocks & Watches: Authors include Atterbury, Shaffer, Swedberg, Bell, Spittlers & Bailey, Ehrhardt & Meggers, Townsend, Palmer, Cutmore, Scatchard, Brunner, Landes, Thomson, Husfloen, Korz, Bruton, Miller, and Judy.     Sold "as is". $150 - $250
76 Books- 28 (Twenty-eight) horological themed including Claudius Saunier's "Treatise on Modern Horology", John Robey's "The Longcase Clock", "Comic Characters Timepieces" by Brown, "American Shelf and Wall Clocks" by Ball, "Simon Willard and His Clock" by Willard, Distin and Bishop, Spittler and Bailey Volume 3 2000 Edition, "Survey of American Calendar Clocks" by Miller & Miller, "Thompion, His Life and Works" by Symonds, etc. and many pamphlets     sold "as is". The "Treatise on Modern Horology" is a 1952 edition and brings close to $200 online. $250 - $350
77 Books- 34 (Thirty-four) classic references on clocks and watches. Authors include: Britten, Ly, Husher & Welch, Miller & Miller, Ortenburger, Distin & Bishop, Clutton & Daniels, Palmer, Dworetsky & Dickstein, Roberts, Bailey, Bruton, Joy, Nutting, and Gazeley. Lot also includes a 1928 (second edition) of "The Escapement and Train of American Watches" by T. J. Wilkinson.     many large hardcovers, most with dust jackets. $150 - $250
78 Books and Booklets- 39 (Thirty-nine) reference books on clocks, ten hardbound editions of the NAWCC Bulletin from 1944 to 1971, and one box of softcover catalog reprints. Authors include: Wilson, Pearson, Hamlyn, Britten, Brunton, Miller, Roberts, Taylor, Palmer, Ela, Dworetsky & Dickstein, Nutting, Tyler, Eckhardt, Holly, Landes, Fleet, De Carle, Hoopes, and Nicholson.     nice selection of books, mostly about American clocks, many with dust jackets. $150 - $250
79 Books- 45 (Forty-five) classic references on clock, watches, and toys. Authors include Britten, Cesinsky & Webster, Distin & Bishop, Monk, Nemrava, Cowan, Fleet, Joy, De Carle, Willard, Bird, Ullyett, Dreppard, Lloyd, Cutton & Daniels, Bruton, Bailey, Whitton, Eckhardt, Palmer, Nutting, Bassermann & Bertelle, Nicholson, Gazeley, Tyler, Harris, and Moore.     lot includes many hardcovers with dust jackets in good condition, some paperbacks and a number of staple-bound booklets. More than a dozen assorted Victorian-era hardcovers, most oversized, are also included. $200 - $300
80 Books- more than 45 (Forty- five) classic and out- of- print books and booklets on European clocks: authors include Robey, Tate, Nutting, Edwardes. Ord- Hume, Nicholls, Barder, Claterbos, Cescinsky, Fleet, Moore, Baillie, Ullyett, Bassermann- Jordan, Lloyd, Milham, Loomes, Shaffer, Pierson, Jaegger, Cumhaill, Bruton, Kochover, Webster, Britten, Willsberger, Guye & Michel, Fanelli, Roberts, etc.     most in very good condition and most with original dustjackets. See photo for titles. Sold as is, no further details available $300 - $400
81 Books- 50 (Fifty) References on Clocks, Watches, and Sundials: Many fine books on horology with authors including: Lloyd, Cesinsky & Webster, Roberts, Maurice, Palmer, Terwilliger, Gillgrass, Williams, Willard, Hoopes, Fried, Weiss, Gardner, Sobel, Earle, McDermott, Britten, Jagger, Muir & Kraus, Adzema & Jones, Carlisle, Ehrhardt, Rawlings, Rice, Baille, Moore, Spittlers & Bailey, Niebling, Distin & Bishop, Schaffer, Miller & Miller, Harrold, Palmer, Avery, Eden & Lloyd, Nutting, Gibbs, Waugh, Varzeliots, Mayall, Mannoni, and Becker.     Books are a mix of hard and softcover. Many of the hardcovers have dust jackets. Three boxes. $250 - $350
82 Books- 60 (Sixty) Books on Clocks, Watches, and Antiques: Many classic titles on clocks and watches as well as price guides and catalog reproductions. Authors include: Ball, Britten, Chan, Tips, Bailey, Palmer, Distin & Bishop, Sposato, Tyler, Dworetsky & Dickstein, Fleet, Nutting, Herring, Hughes, Ly, Maltz, Schaffer, Hunter, Cumhaill, Bruton, Roberts, Hellich, Eckhardt, Shenton, Smith, Edwards, and more.     Good condition overall, some with worn dust jackets. $300 - $400
84 Tower clock parts and accessories including a large dial 72" in diameter fabricated from coated aluminum and plastic with LED backlit perimeter, another dial 55 1/2" diameter in cast aluminum, another dial 36" in fiberglass painted black with gold numerals and hands, early type tower clock striking mechanism, playing Westminster tune on 5 bells, circa 1890, together with a pendulum, an assortment of weights, pulleys, shafts, a bell, a large striker, and more     sold "as is". All the dials are new old stock condition and custom made. The largest dial has approximately 50 lights around the perimeter. The striking mechanism has oxidation and the bearings are tight but free. The buyer or the buyer's agent must remove this lot from the auction hall by 5pm on Sunday, April 30th. $2,000 - $3,000
85 Nathaniel Hawxhurst, New York, tall clock dial and movement (only), white painted dial with floral corners, moon phase display, and date chapter below the center arbor, original blued, pierced steel hands, brass 8 day, weight driven, time and strike movement, with weight pulleys, and mounted to original seat board, dial dimensions listed     dial with significant flaking and losses, but restorable, back cock bent, center arbor broken at front plate, movement very dirty, but complete, will function with proper service. Nathaniel Hawxhurst worked in New York between 1780 and 1801, and was partnered with one of the DeMilts during the last decade of the 18th century. $300 - $400
86 English/American 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass tall clock movement only with sweep seconds and center calendar.     Painted metal dial in nice condition with some loss on the gilt ring, minor loss at the winding arbors, some chips on the edge and a small crease mark in the paint near 2 o'clock. There has been some teeth repair on the time side great wheel. Original hands. This movement has smooth winding barrels that are more commonly found on American movements than on English versions. The seat board looks to be a later replacement. $100 - $200
87 Swiss, or French made 8 day, weight driven movement with heavy plates, pinwheel escapement, and maintaining power. Includes lyre pendulum and weight.     11 inch porcelain dial is excellent condition with original hands and gridiron pendulum. A beautifully made heavy plate movement. $500 - $700
88 Tall Clock Movements & Arched Dials- Lot of 2 (Two) English / Scottish 8 day duration, time and strike, both unsigned: (1) Decoupage scene of two children in arch, gilt ribbon decorations in spandrel areas, approx 12 inches wide, with false plate signed "Ashwin & Co.", c. 1795; (2) larger Scottish motif depicting soldiers and ladies doing the Highland fling in front of tavern, c. 1840.     sold "as is". (1) scratch on dial, needs hands; (2) needs hands, paint loss in center. Movements appear complete with old seat boards. $300 - $400
89 Tall Clock Movements - Lot of 7 (Seven) brass: 2 (Two) mostly complete and 7 (Seven) partial including two 30 hour movements     sold "as is", one bell only. Additional wheels and parts are included in a small box, $250 - $350
90 Movements and dials- 2 (Two) English tall clock: (1) 8 day, time and strike, with large engraved and composite dial, signed "Pattison Halifax" (Yorkshire) with painted moon dial, c. 1790; (2) a two train 30 hour movement with square painted dial, unsigned, c. 1810, Pattison dimensions listed     (1) Pattison ticks and strikes, bell and stand missing, dial with minor marks and dirt, no seating board, bell or bell stand; (2) ticks and strikes, very dirty dial, plated movement, no bell. Pull chain wind, but has false winding holes on dial. Dial has a seconds dial, but movement must have an extra gear or mechanism to drive a seconds hand the proper direction. $500 - $750
91 Clock Movements- 3 (Three) American wooden works tall clock movements, two 30 hour including one Ashby plus one Hoadley 8 day with calendar     sold "as is". One wheel split in two and another wheel and arbor are separated and included. $250 - $350
92 Clock Movements- 3 (Three) wooden works tall clock with dials, 30 hour time and strike weight-driven. One is signed "R. Whiting, Winchester". One unsigned has bone bushings, perhaps Hoadley, and another unsigned with bold chapter numerals may be Ohio. Also included are two sets of tin can weights.     Whiting movement has two newer aluminum cut pinions and many nylon bushings in the plates. The bell has been replaced with a newer gong. The dial is in nice condition except for a bit of loss near the center arbor. The Hoadley-style movements have assorted minor repairs. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
93 Clock Movements- 5 (Five) and clock glasses: (1) Modern made 8 day, weight banjo movement mounted on a board; (2) English, 30 hour chain drive tall clock movement; (3) Seth Thomas #40 8 day double wind movement; (4) English 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass tall clock movement; (5) English fusee postal clock movement; (6) Three round convex clock glasses     (1) Weight drive movement in good condition. Has a pendulum and pulley. No weight; (2) Chain drive tall clock movement is missing the second wheel in the time train, the strike train fan, the hour wheel and the bell; (3) Brass movement in good condition. Part of the Geneva stop is missing; (4) Weight driven brass movement. The verge does not engage the escape wheel and will need attention. The threaded part of the bell stand is broken off. The pendulum support bridge may be replaced. The 13" x 18.5" dial probably not original to the movement as the bottom pillars have been bent to fit the holes in the front plate. Painted dial has some loss in the 12 o'clock area and at the seconds bit; (5) 11.25" convex dial glasses; (6) Chain drive brass fusee movement in good condition with original hands. $100 - $200
94 Clock Movements- 5 (Five) English tall clock: (1) 8 day rack and bell strike movement with arched painted dial with castle motif signed "J. O. Ingram, Cardiff" with date wheel, c. 1850; (2) Unsigned, 8 day rack and bell strike movement with arched painted dial with artistic muse motif, date wheel, and moon phase dial, c. 1840; (3) 8 day rack and bell strike movement with arched painted dial with pastoral motif; (4) 8 day rack and bell strike movement; (5) 8 day rack and bell strike movement.     mostly complete, but sold "as is". $400 - $600
95 Clock Movements- 6 (Six) English tall clock and parts: (1) 30 hour chain-driven bell strike movement with arched painted metal dial, moon phase, and date wheel on seat board (2) 30 hour chain or rope-drive count-wheel and bell strike movement with painted square dial signed "J. Foster, Peterboro", c1830; (3) 30 hour chain-driven count-wheel and bell strike movement; (4) 30 hour chain or rope-drive rack and bell strike movement; (5) 30 hour chain-driven posted frame bell strike movement; (6) 30 hour chain-driven posted frame bell strike movement. Additional parts include plates, posts, and false plates.     many are missing bells, bell posts, motion works, or other plate-mounted components. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
96 Clock movements- 8 (Eight): (1) 3 (Three) Connecticut spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, brass movements; (2) wooden works movement, 30 hour weight-driven time and strike; (3) brass tall clock movement, 30 hour rope-drive count wheel strike, engraved "No. 41" on front plate; (4) Tall clock movement with brass dial, three train movement; c. 1890; (5) English tall clock movement and painted metal dial, 30 hour chain-drive time and bell strike, c. 1830; (6) English tall clock movement with posted frame and brass dial, 30 hour chain-drive time and bell strike. Signed "Peter Bower, Redlynch     (1) Makers include Ingraham and Waterbury; (2) Some repaired wheels and missing teeth; (3) Missing bell. Rope, pulley, and lead donut weight are present; (4) The strike and chime train components have been removed, leaving only the time train. Chime selection hand is missing; (5) Paint is badly flaking off of metal dial; (6) Minute hand is broken and count wheel is missing. Movement married to this dial as it is a two-hand movement, but a one-hand dial. All movements sold "as is". $400 - $600
97 Clock Movements- 8 (Eight) weight-driven Connecticut: (1) E. C. Brewster & Son, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven ogee movement; (2) Wm L. Gilbert, Winchester Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven movement; (3) E. N. Welch, Forestville Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven movement; (4) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven ogee movement; (5) Unsigned 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven movement; (6) Unsigned 30 hour, time and strike, weight-driven movement; (7) Unsigned 8 day, time and strike, weight-driven ogee movement. (8) Unsigned 8 day, time and strike, weight-driven ogee movement.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
98 Clock Movements- 12 (Twelve) English and European including two with dials; one with brass dial signed "Bernhard Wachter Junior Prunn No. 146" with sweep calendar and one unsigned. One movement with crown wheel escapement, one modern, and a box of antique tall clock parts     sold "as is". The Wachter movement has nice early hands. $400 - $600
99 Clock Movements- 20 (Twenty) Brass: 3 (Three) 8 day, time and strike, weight-driven Connecticut 1830s strap brass Ives- type movements; 3 (Three) antique electric movements including Self Winding Clock Co; Many assorted French, English, and German clock movements including several cuckoo movements.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
100 Clock Movements- 20 (Twenty) wooden movements including 16 long drop, three short drop and Terry-style, one "Groaner", and 14 (Fourteen) painted wooden dials     sold "as is". The dials range from fair to excellent. Movements appear mostly complete, but may have some restored gears. $1,200 - $1,500
101 Clock Movements- 22 (twenty-two) American and European clock movements including French, German, a three train fusee movement. Among the American movements is a Seth Thomas 77B weight-driven wall regulator movement.     movements are mostly complete. The three train fusee movement has only one plate. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
102 Clock Movements- 30 (Thirty) American and European: Connecticut brass movements spring and weight-driven by Seth Thomas, E.N. Welch, Ansonia, Wm. Gilbert, New Haven, E. Ingraham, Forestville, movements by French, German, Austrian makers, small box of weight driven regulator parts     sold "as is", mostly complete. $300 - $400
103 Clock Movements- 30; (Thirty) American spring and weight-driven clock movements along with hundreds of assorted American clock wheels and arbors.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
104 Clock Movements- Approximately 30 (Thirty) continental European including Morbier, round French, Vienna, cuckoo, etc. as well as a large collection of French and German dials and three carriage clock cases.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
105 Clock Movements- Approximately 60 (Sixty) mostly American 30 hour and 8-day brass including spring and weight driven and electric movements and two 30 hour wooden works shelf clock movements.     sold "as is". $400 - $600
106 American Brass Clock Movements: Seven boxes of assorted spring and weight-driven movements, mostly Connecticut. Lot includes many time and strike movements, a few time-only, a brass strap movement, movement parts, and some mechanical alarm mechanisms. Makers include: Seth Thomas, Gilbert, Ansonia, Waterbury, Geo. B. Owen, Chauncey Jerome, Sessions, Russell &. Jones, Kroeber, New Haven, Birge, Mallory & Co.     sold as is. $600 - $800
107 American Brass Clock Movements: Six boxes of assorted spring and weight driven movements, mostly Connecticut. Lot includes many time and strike, some time-only, mechanical alarm mechanisms, some older electric movements, and an Ithaca calendar mechanism. Makers include: Seth Thomas, Terry & Andrews, Kroeber, J. C. Brown, New Haven, Gilbert, Ithaca, Terry Clock Co., Brewster & Ingrahams, Welch, Sessions, Ingraham.     sold "as is". $650 - $850
108 Brass Clock Movements: Large lot of modern German mantel, wall, and tall clock movements including ones made by Kieninger, Jauch, Hermle, Urgos, and Regula.     six boxes of mostly used movements with a few that are new old stock.Sold "as is". $300 - $400
109 Movements- 7 (Seven) boxes of modern German and Asian mechanical movements for tall clocks, mantel clocks, wall clocks, and cuckoo clocks by Jauch, Hermle, Urgos Regula, Herr, and Kieninger. This lot also includes 2 (Two) modern bracket clocks with German movements for parts or repair.     most of the movements are used. A couple of the Regula cuckoo movements appear to be new. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
110 Parts for Rolex, many in sealed Rolex packaging, calibres include 3035, 2135, 1520,1530, 2030, parts including reversing wheels, train wheels, setting and winding parts, staffs, gold and steel crowns, gaskets, and more     many new, some used, as is $1,000 - $1,500
111 New Hermes GTX - Universal pantograph engraving machine, with a large selection of master copy type, and work holding accessories     good condition, appears to be complete and functional $600 - $900
112 Watchmakers mandrels- 2 (Two): The first by J. & T. Jones, Prescot, England, brass bed with steel spindle, mounted with faceplate and pulleys, driven by rear mounted handwheel, with t rest and compound slide, the other Swiss, also of brass and steel construction, gear driven spindle with faceplate and pump center, including it's compound slide, T rest, and tailstock, and mounted to a purpose made steel base, dimensions of English mandrel listed     Jones brass and steel with matte surfaces, pump center needs freeing, wingnut for tool rest/ holder missing, minor surface rust, wheel handle replaced, wooden compound handle missing, needs restoration, Swiss mandrel a bit tarnished and with minor oxide, a few components with minor pitting, compound slide handle split and detached, but is with the machine, will function as is $500 - $750
113 Francis Engraving Co., pantograph engraving machine, japanned cast iron frame and base with painted decoration, nickel plated columns supporting the pantograph and work holder, oak clamping shelf for templates, with a large number of zinc letter and number templates in various fonts     appears to be complete, dirty, one work holder fastening screw missing, japanned surface and nickel plating with losses, some parts with surface rust $400 - $600
114 Watchmaker's lathe with triangular bed, lathe counter shaft, sensitive drill press, Watch-Craft motor, and belt driven grinding wheel arbor. The lathe is unsigned, but similar to examples made by Boley.     Lathe headstock drawbar is missing. There is surface rust on many of the steel parts. Motor cord is missing plug. Dimensions are of lathe on mount. $400 - $500
115 Watchmaker's Lathe and Accessories: 8mm watchmakers lathe with cone bearings, tailstock and associated spindle, countershaft, and three way cross slide with tool post Headstock has drawbar and one #10 collet. Lathe bed, headstock, tailstock, and cross slide are all signed Wolf Jahn & Co. of Frankfurt, Germany. A hardcover copy of Ward Goodrich's classic reference "The Watchmakers' Lathe" is also included in the lot.     the tool is dirty with some loss of plating. Spindle spins freely, as do cross side screws. One missing handle on cross slide. $350 - $450
116 Dials- 7 (Seven). Painted tall clock dials, all English and Scottish, 4 for 30 hour, 3 for 8 day movements. Of note is the large dial with a castle scene faintly signed "Barrow, Bradford" which has particularly convincing faux winding arbors, c1860. One of the other dials is signed "James Corson, Maryport", c1850.     sold "as is". $400 - $600
117 Favorite staking set, Kendrick & Davis "Inverto" staking set no. 17, two L & R watch cleaning machines including a Varimatic, and Lee electric metal melter.     Sold "as is". Both staking set boxes are detached at the hinges. Electrical items not tested. Measurements are of smaller cleaning machine. $350 - $450
118 E. Luthy, Bienne, watchmakers hairspring vibrator with original box     box with minor dirt, scuffs, and fading, vibrator excellent $300 - $400
119 Favorite brand mainspring winder set in a wooden case. Set contains: one winding frame to be held in a bench vise, two cranks, and eight arbors with barrels. For use on clocks and music boxes.     Though there are the expected 8 arbors and 8 barrels, two empty holes in the case may indicate missing pieces. $300 - $400
120 Four Jacot tools, late 19th - early 20th century, in their original cases, one of which appears to be new old stock, dimensions of NOS box listed     fair to very good $300 - $400
121 Lathes- 2 (Two) Peerless lathes by Marshall on Borel stands, taking 8mm collets including two tip over tool rests and one tail stock, two foot pedals and one motor     sold "as is". Motor was tested and operational. $300 - $400
122 Watchmaker's rounding up tool, Swiss, brass and steel, mounted to a walnut or mahogany base, with one cutter     dirty, steel with minor rust, oxidation, brass a bit tarnished, drive wheel with bend $300 - $400
123 Watchmakers tools, including a Bergeon poising tool, a crystal cutter, Ametek RPM indicator, F&C 8 power filar loupe, and a box containing many hand/ bench tools, dimensions of box listed     fair to good, functionality of RPM indicator unknown $300 - $400
124 Watchmakers tools, including two Seitz jewelling tools, a Favorite jewelling g tool, a bench mounted watch case opener, and a small press, dimensions of largest jewelling tool box listed     all tools incomplete $300 - $400
125 Watchmakers tools, including two uprighting tools, depthing tool, poising tool, set of punches, mainspring winder, poising caliper, steel turns with box, jacot tool with box, and more, all late 19th - early 20th century, Jacot tool box dimensions listed     fair to good, some items incomplete $300 - $400
126 H. Gerstner dental-chest with top tray, 10; (ten) oak drawers, and fold-down door. Drawers contain a wide assortment of hand tools including files, rifflers, tweezers, gauges, pliers, screwdrivers, wire brushes, abrasive stones, magnifiers, a small bench vise, and a variety of dental tools. 3 (Three) foot pedals suitable for lathe and rotary tool motor speed control are also included.     sold "as is". Gerstner is a desirable name in these type of tool / dental chests. $250 - $350
127 Steiner/ Bergeon Jacot tool, covering pivot diameters .04mm to 1.2mm, with pivot gauge, spring drive, and original box     box with marks and scuffs, tool good with minor wear, lanterns intact, a very high quality tool $250 - $350
128 Watchmaker's Lathe and Two Watchmaker's Turns: Brass watchmaker's lathe and accessories mounted on oak base signed J.M. Bottum, New York. Two steel watchmaker's turns.     some surface rust on the lathe's steel parts. Lathe's tool rest is present as are an assortment of wax chucks. Both sets of turns have some oxidation on the surface. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
129 Watchmakers tools, including three depthing tools with boxes, a Clement Combined Lathe Attachment box with accessories, a fusee adjusting rod, and one unidentified tool, Clement box dimensions listed     fair to good, some steel with minor rust, Clement accessories set incomplete $250 - $350
130 Tools- 4 (Four): 1 (One) Brass watchmaker's lathe and 3 (Three) Swiss watchmaker's turns. Lathe comes with faceplate, tailstock, and adjustable tool rest, two of the three turns are signed by L. Hugoniot-Tissot. Each set of turns has two runners and an adjustable tool rest.     The steel on all four tools have some rust. Lathe tailstock center has been bent out of alignment. $250 - $350
131 Large collection of clock bezels, glasses and dials, Several banana boxes full.     sold "as is". $400 - $600
132 Assorted clock and watch tools in six drawer wood cabinet. Tools include a small bench vise, alcohol torches, truing calipers, pliers, tongs, files, hammers, screw plates, pin vises, screwdrivers, tweezers, 10 WW lathe collets, and other useful hand tools.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
133 Two watchmaker's parts cabinets, the first in oak, with 21 drawers and lift top with storage for vials, the other softwood, and with 37 drawers, containing many parts, dimensions of larger cabinet listed     smaller cabinet with break to top at rear right, both with marks and wear $400 - $500
134 Watchmakers crystal cabinet with contents, walnut, ten drawer cabinet with nickel plated pulls, with a substantial inventory of glass pocket watch crystals, one drawer empty     cabinet fair, with scrapes and wear, many drawer pulls missing, top painted white, many hundreds of usable crystals $400 - $600
135 Clock parts including partial and complete cases, glass domes, finials, banjo brackets, chime rods, spring barrels, hands, pendulum bobs, dials, and other useful items. One of the partial cases is from a Welch, Spring & Co. "Patti" model. 8 (Eight) boxes total.     sold "as is". $350 - $450
136 Trays, Art, and Ephemera- 42 (Forty-two) watch and jewelry trays, most wood with velvet lining in various sizes; Engraving titled "Departure for the War" featuring a domestic scene with a clock in the background. The drawing is by G. White and the engraving by J.C. McRae; 2 (Two) framed color prints by Helena Maguire. One features a capercailzie (Norethern European grouse) and pigeons. The other features a hare and French partridges; 2 (Two) framed sets of tall clock parts showing various states of manufacture; 24 (Twenty-four) watch and clock related packages including boxes for dollar watches, mainsprings, desk clocks, and wrist watches.     some of the tall clock parts are loose and will need to be remounted. Boxes are mostly complete and hard to come by. $350 - $450
137 Bulova Accutron movements and parts, 15 boxes, together with a Bulova model 9020 Micro loupe dimensions of micro loupe box listed     micro loupe very good, box handle detached, functionality of the Accutron parts and movements unknown $300 - $400
138 Clock Dials, Bezels, and Glasses: huge lot of antique, vintage, and new old stock dials and bezels, some with glass. Some Ithaca dials and two brass tall clock dials included. Hundreds of new paper dials in several sizes are also in the lot.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
139 Hundreds of watch movements and parts, mostly Swiss, mostly wrist, dimensions of largest box listed     for parts $300 - $400
140 Large lot of pocket watch cases and parts, nickel and gold filled, together with a small group of wrist watch cases and parts     for parts $300 - $400
141 Large lot of watch parts and movements, including jewels, hairsprings, timing washers and screws, dials cases, fusee chains, a few incomplete watches, an incomplete Patek Philippe "Gyromax" mass assortment, and more     for parts $300 - $400
142 Large selection of watch parts, including stems, set bridges, jewels, cylinders, screws, hands, music box governors, together with an incomplete telegraph key, 8 drawer cabinet dimensions listed     for parts $300 - $400
143 Tall Clock Dials- 8 (Eight) including round gilt "Fraser, Perth" Scotland, modern German, S. Thomas, Plymouth wooden dial, American wooden dial with Masonic symbols in arch, Armstrong, Manchester, England, generic painted iron dial, English painted iron dial with nautical scene and English painted iron dial with pastoral scene     sold "as is". The S. Thomas has been touched up by The Dial House of Georgia, USA. Two English moon dials are missing moon discs. $300 - $400
144 Lot of watch material, five drawer stacking cabinet with balances complete, makers including A. Schild, Seiko, Wittnauer, Eta, Gruen, Vulcain, FHF, Felsa, Unitas, Peseux, and others, one drawer with mainsprings, and a selection of balance staffs, together with an assortment of plastic watch crystals, and a small number of glass crystals, 5 drawer cabinet dimensions listed     cabinets dirty and with minor damage, some material in original packaging, many used $300 - $400
145 Three watchmakers parts cabinets with contents, the first a 6 drawer, containing wrist and pocket watch hands, the next a 7 drawer, with miscellaneous Swiss material, and the last with 18 drawers, and lift top for vial storage, containing screws, dial washers, case joint pins, jump rings, and more, dimensions of 24 drawer cabinet listed     fair to good $300 - $400
146 Cast brass clock case with two matching candelabra, 11 (eleven) cast spelter clock toppers and figures, one cast iron standing picture frame, and a cast brass hanging mirror with candle holders.     some threaded components of the candelabra will require repair. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
147 Crystal Cabinets- 2 (Two): Hundreds of wrist and pocket watch crystals, mostly round in wood cases. One case has three drawers and the other case has 4 drawers.     new old stock crystals, most with labels indicating size. Sold "as is". Dimensions shown are for the larger case. $250 - $350
148 Seitz friction jewel assortments- 3 (Three): two containing balance and plate jewels, the other containing center jewels, larger box dimensions listed     boxes with wear, many jewels in each assortment $300 - $400
148A Dials and Glasses: 10 (ten) painted metal clock dials and over 50; (fifty) reverse painted and stenciled glass tablets for clocks, many with reproduction vintage advertising     sold "as is". $250 - $350
149 Watch crystals, three drawer cabinet with hundreds of glass crystals, from wrist watch to large pocket watch size     good, cabinet with wear and scratches, splits $250 - $350
150 Watchmakers 7 drawer crystal cabinet in walnut with porcelain knobs, containing open face and hunting case crystals ranging in size from15 - 21     good, minor scratches and scrapes, some paint flecks on front, upper left corner with loss $250 - $350
151 Watchmakers parts cabinet and contents, 72 drawers, containing watch parts and jewelers findings, and a few tools     case with newer black paint on front, with scrapes and minor chips, one drawer missing, four replaced $250 - $350
152 Watchmakers storage cabinets, the first an interesting, three drawer in walnut with porcelain pulls, the interior with sliding compartment covers, the top of each drawer marked Pat. March 2 1875, the other originally containing Elgin ordnance wrist watch repair material, some bottles containing parts from the original assortment, some empty or containing other material, dimensions of 3 drawer cabinet listed     three drawer cabinet good, Elgin cabinet with scuffs and scratches $250 - $350
153 7 (Seven) banjo cases and 2 (Two) partial banjo clocks     sold "as is". $200 - $300
154 Blinking eye clocks and cases. One of the "Continentals" appears to be old with a signed movement and winding arbor at 3 o'clock, but it is on a wooden base and is missing the eyes, bezel, and dial.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
155 Cabinets- 2 (Two) Watch Part Cabinets: One 4 (Four) drawer watch crystal cabinet in oak with dozens of new old stock pocket watch crystals in the lower two drawers. One 5 (Five) drawer cabinet marked "Jessen & Rosberg, Chicago", also in oak.     Sturdy oak drawer sets. The smaller unit has box jointed drawers with ceramic pulls. The larger set has lock-rabbet joints, a beaded edge, and dark wood pulls. Both have a warm oak finish. The smaller unit fits comfortably on top of the larger one. There are some extra holes and scratches on the larger unit Dimensions provided are for the larger cabinet. $200 - $300
156 Clock dials- 4 (Four) and dozens of flat and convex clock bezel glasses, and 12 (Twelve) framed clock images     sold "as is". Dials with flaking and wear. Framed clock images are modern. $200 - $300
157 Clock parts including case parts, finials, old electric motors, clock keys, Connecticut time-and-strike movement parts, bells, and hundreds of new old stock clock hands.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
158 Lot of clock parts and material including pendulum bobs, rods, small tools, a Vienna movement and a car clock and assorted parts.     Sold "as is". $200 - $300
159 Lot of watch and clock makers tools and material     good selection of new and used tools and material. $200 - $300
160 Clock dials, bezels, and glasses, most new old stock including painted metal dials, modern tall clock dials, stenciled glass tablets, convex glasses, as well as new, vintage and antique bezels.     four boxes of material. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
161 Clock Glasses: Large assortment of hundreds of clock glasses including flat and convex as well as some flat decorated tablets.     many are new old stock. Sold "as is". $200 - $350
162 Wooden Works Movement Parts: One Connecticut 30 hour weight-driven wooden works shelf clock movement along with three pairs of oak plates and a large supply of wooden wheels, wooden pinions, and related wooden works movement parts. The lot includes a signed Black Forest wood plate movement with brass wheels.     most of the wooden wheels and pinions are old, but some are recently fabricated for repairs. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
163 Cases- 2 (Two) wooden wall clock cases: (1) Dark mahogany case with arched glass and inner shelf; (2) Large oak clock with remains of electrical components on the backboard.     (1) Top of case will need to be tacked back on to the case. Original finish has minor scratches; (2) Finish is a bit dirty, but original. Sold "as is". $100 - $200
164 Clock Cases -2 (Two): (1) Case for a Seth Thomas "Eclipse" model wall hanging clock, c1890; (2) Partial case for a short stenciled half column wooden works shelf clock, c1830.     (1) The walnut case is in good condition with a small piece of molding on the case top needing repair. The glass is original. There are two "Eclipse" pendulums with the case; (2) The mahogany veneered case with stenciled columns has an original top glass with a small crack and a nicely redone tablet as the lower glass. Nice stenciling remaining on columns, but missing back, feet, and top. The dimensions are for case number (1) . $100 - $200
165 Lot of watch material, including a one drawer cabinet filled with wristwatch mainsprings, another cabinet with GS crystals, two bags of Flexo and Tru Seal watch crystals, two boxes of NOS Pocket Ben dials, a leather covered storage box for up to five wrist watches, and more, mainspring cabinet dimensions listed     as is, for parts $100 - $200
166 Regulator pendulums, the first with two steel jars, to beat seconds, steel rod, brass frame and regulating nut, the next also a seconds pendulum, glass jars with metal caps and steel rod, the third sans rod, glass jar with brass frame and blued indicator, and the last chrome plated with flat steel rod, 24" long, together with approximately 12 pounds of mercury     for parts $300 - $400
167 Pendulums- 5 (Five) large French two glass vial mercury pendulums, all five between 12" and 13" in length     all vials are intact and contain mercury. There is some oxidation to frames. $250 - $350
168 Assorted pendulums and pendulum components: approximately 12 (Twelve) complete pendulums including early English, American and Morbier tall clock pendulums. Components include pendulum sticks, rods and modern lyre type.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
169 F.W. Elliot Ltd., Croydon, England, dwarf tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime playing Whittington and Westminster tunes, spring driven movement with balance wheel in a mahogany case with brass dial and silvered chapter ring, serial #15457     the clock is in excellent condition and ticks and strikes. $250 - $350
170 George Cox, Carlisle, England dwarf tall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven brass movement in a grain painted soft wood rectilinear continental case with domed top and a painted metal dial with maker's signature and date of "1839"     the period movement and period case are associated, but a good fit. One finial on the domed case top is absent. The movement is a high grade English example with original dial. The hands are replacements. There is no pendulum nor weights. $300 - $400
171 New York Standard Watch Co., Jersey City, New Jersey, electric hanging regulator, walnut case with molded door and base, Roman numeral painted dial with brass bezel, in line movement with Hipp toggle, pendulum with ebonized wooden rod and heavy brass clad ball     case with an old finish, minor scrapes and dings, unsigned dial with paint loss, dial screws incorrect, hour hand missing, movement complete but not tested, pendulum good. The case is identical to a clock illustrated in "150 Years of Electric Horology", p. 50 and the movement is similar to that shown shown from the smaller wall model. $1,000 - $1,500
172 Sidney Advertising Clock Co., Sidney Otsego County, New York, huge "Advertising", wall clock, 8 day, time and calendar, spring driven movement in a soft wood case with a papered metal dial and a separate movement for rotating advertising canisters every five minutes.     the case has been painted black and the backboard has been replaced. The time and calendar New Haven movement is a replacement. The papered dial, dial pan and dial supports are replace. The pendulum is a replacement. The advertising canisters are absent. $1,000 - $1,500
173 International Time Recording Co., Endicott, New York, "Model No. 16-2" wall hanging master clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with two jar mercury pendulum, in a dark finished wooden case with painted metal dial, serial #425576     the case retains its original finish. The dial, weights, pendulum, hands and key are also original and are in good condition. Mercury for vials is present. $800 - $1,000
174 Colonial Manufacturing Co., Zeeland, Michigan, tall clock, quality German-made 8 day, time, strike three brass weight driven movement, with Westminster chime on tubes, in an inlaid mahogany case with full length full columns flanking a full length door with lower beveled glass, brass dial with moon phase and engraved spandrels.     the case retains its original finish with alligatored texture. The dial has lost most of its silvering and the moon disc is repainted. The weights, pendulum and tubes are original. $700 - $1,000
175 Scotland, unsigned tall clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven brass movement with painted metal dial in a mahogany inlaid oak case with broken arch top set with brass rosettes and finial, full columns flanking hood door and reeded quarter columns flanking trunk door, the door inlaid with bird, and on ogee bracket feet     the clock is in good restored condition. Two finials are absent. The numerals on the dial have been restored. There is small chip on the rear trim on hood. The feet have been replaced and the hood door glass has been replaced with plexiglass The pendulum and the weights are period. $700 - $900
176 England, unsigned tall clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement, mahogany case with broken arch hood with brass rosettes, convex crotch mahogany panel 3/4 columns on trunk and fan carved crotch mahogany panel on lower plinth with painted metal dial with moon phase, swan spandrels.     the case has an old refinish with minor veneer lifting, small chip on lower plinth and small age crack on trunk. The moon phase is darkened. Original brass hands. $600 - $800
177 J. & W. Boyd, Greenock, (Scotland), tall clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a drum head mahogany case on bun feet with painted metal dial     the case retains its original finish. There is a 3" x 5/8" strip of veneer missing of left front base and some minor veneer chipping. The front left foot is loose and needs to be reglued and the hood has some age splits. The dial has minor wear to some of numerals and some flaking below 2. $600 - $800
178 Tall case clock, New England, probably New Hampshire, flame birch case, trunk door with bird's eye maple panel framed with mahogany veneer. Quarter columns and brass capitals on the trunk, fret work crest, three brass finials and two full columns flanking hood. The associated movement is 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven with brass plates and painted metal dial with calendar disc.     the case has been refinished and restored and is in good condition. American dial. Some restoration to sides of the case. Seat board, finials, hands and two upper columns are replaced. The tin can weights and pendulum are period. $600 - $800
179 English, 8 day tall clock, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a mixed veneer/ mahogany inlaid oak case with broken arch top set with brass rosettes and finials, flat reeded pilasters flanking door, painted arch dial with calendar and seconds hand.     the case retains an old finish. There are areas of veneer splitting and lifting and an age cracks in the plinth, both sides of the hood and the broken arch on right side. The dial is in good condition but dirty with some flaking on calendar disc; a farm lady carrying sheaves of wheat depicted in arch. One weight is a replacement. $500 - $750
180 Herschede Clock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and Westminster chime on four rod gongs, three train, weight driven movement in a cherry case with faux gilt and silvered dial     the clock is in very good original condition with dents on two of the weights. $400 - $500
181 Germany, tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime on gongs, three embossed brass weight driven movement with matching pendulum bob in a dark oak case with beveled glass door and round top with convex glass and brass dial     the clock is in very good original condition. Movement is clean. $300 - $400
182 Stromberg Time Corporation, New York, NY, electric master regulator wall clock, time only movement marked "6957M" with deadbeat escapement in a mahogany case with silvered metal dial, patent date 1941     the clock does not have a pendulum, otherwise it is in good condition with some veneer lifting on lower back board. $200 - $300
183 Tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime with modern German movement in walnut case, circa late 20th century including a tall clock pine case (only) circa 18th century     sold "as is". The clock is in three pieces (hood, trunk, plinth) and the hood on the pine case needs considerable repair. $200 - $300
184 Jeweler's Regulators- (2) Two for restoration plus a third Swiss pinwheel movement (only): (1) 8 day, weight driven with Swiss pinwheel escapement in a mahogany case and gridiron lyre pendulum; (2) 8 day, weight driven with Swiss pinwheel escapement in an oak case with mercury pendulum; (3) Swiss pinwheel movement with white enamel dial     sold "as is". (1) the dial needs to be enameled; (2) the movement is too deep for the case and the door not close completely and the pendulum has no vials. The case is absent both top and bottom; (3) No hands. $700 - $1,000
185 Tall Clocks- 3 (Three): The first, a late 19th century pinwheel regulator, oak case with round top and removable crest, sides with applied scroll ornament, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day weight driven timepiece movement with heavy gridiron pendulum, the next an 18th century European tall clock with walnut veneer case, molded and paneled base below trunk door with glazed oculus, bonnet with canted corners, 8 day, time and strike movement, and sheet iron dial with applied chapter ring, the last by T. Gate, Carlisle, oak case with flat top bonnet, brass composite dial, and 8 day, time and strike movement, together with a nickel plated regulator pendulum,     all items incomplete, base of regulator added, case will require work, walnut tall clock bonnet with molding losses to bonnet, top of dial cut off, Gate with repairs to case, dial with minor bends, pendulum missing jars, all items are for parts or restoration, sold as is $500 - $750
186 Tall Clocks- 3 (Three) American: (1) Ithaca Clock Co., 8 day, spring driven, time and strike on a gong in an oak case; (2) New Haven Clock Co. (attribution), 8 day, weight driven, time and strike in a mahogany case; (3) Colonial Clock Co., Zeeland, Michigan, "Model No. 1340", 8 day, weight driven, time and strike floor clock with Winterhalder movement in a mahogany case, c1920.     sold "as is". Both tick. (1) old refinish; (2) dial darkened (3) two small stains on metal dial. Clock ticks and strikes on a large, deep gong. $600 - $800
187 Tall Clocks- 4 (Four) and a tall clock case only: (1) English in a wide Yorkshire, short door case, the hood with mask for a 14" dial, 8 day movement with a 13" dial, c1840; (2) Monitor Clockworks mission style time only in oak; (3) S. Hoadley, Plymouth wooden works 30 hour, c1825; (4) Hutchinson, Douglas, Scottish in mahogany veneer case with Escape of Queen Mary" theme on dial including portraits of several famous Scottish poets, c1830; (5) English case only in walnut, c1850     There are three pendulums included. Measurement is for #3. (1) crack in hood door glass; (2) no pendulum or weight; (3) missing hood door glass, calendar hands and finials. sold "as is". $400 - $600
188 Tall Clocks- 7 (Seven) Howard Miller New Old Stock in box including a Canton (Model 615- 016), two Rochesters (Model 610- 793), two Ashley (Model 610- 519) and two Collindales (Model 610- 954)     sold "as is" with no warranties. $600 - $800
189 Clock Parts: (1) One modern tall clock case in oak; (2) 8 day weight driven 5-tube chime tall clock movement by Jauch; (3) Electrically driven 5-tube chiming tall clock movement by Revere Clock Co. of Cincinnati, OH with Telechrone synchronous motor and dial; (4) 6 sets of tubular chimes: one set of four, one set of seven, and four sets of five; (5) three tall clock pendulums.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
190 Thomas Mercer Ltd., St. Albans, England, for M. Low, Inc., New York, break circuit chronometer with mechanism for sending a signal at regular intervals, 13 jewel, two day fusee movement with Z balance, and spring detent escapement, an auxiliary wheel mounted to the the fourth wheel arbor closing a pair of contacts five times per minute at ten second intervals, and contained in an aluminum canister silvered 24 hour dial, blued steel hands, all contained in a black Bakelite box with aluminum corners, serial # 23506, mid 20th century     center arbor broken off above plate, balance pivot broken, balance jeweling broken, box lid with separation, foam lining badly degraded $200 - $300
191 American Clock Co., New York, attribution fancy cast iron front mantel clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement (marked S. Thomas, Plymouth, Conn.) .     The case still retains some of its original color ornamentation and MOP inlay. The dial has been repainted and the dial bezel and lower door bezel are probably later replacements. The hands are period. Seth Thomas movement is original to this case. $100 - $200
192 American Clock Co., New York, New York, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     Cast iron front case in original finish with most of the gold decoration under an aged finish. One small piece of MOP is missing on the bottom right front. Original dial pan has been repainted. Original hands, Most of the label is missing inside. $150 - $250
193 American Clock Co., New York, New York, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock. Movement appears to be a New Haven Clock Co.     Cast iron front case in original finish. There is a little paint loss on the top left and right corners and some at the top center. Original paper dial is stained with surface abrasion. Period hands. The latch on the bottom door is missing. Most of the label is missing. $150 - $250
194 American, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock retailed by Bigelow, Kennard, & Co., Boston., Maker unknown.     Polished brass case with some remains of original gilding. Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands. Top decorative knobs on the pendulum have been replaced with nuts. Left side curved beveled glass panel has a couple small chips on the bottom edge. The other glass panels are fine. Movement is stamped "Made in America, USA". $200 - $300
195 American, perhaps American Clock Co., New York, NY. 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front with MOP mantel clock. Movement not signed.     Iron front case in nice condition for its age with some minor scattered loss. The dial has been repainted. The dial pan and bezel are off a different clock. The bottom door glass is broken. Hands are replacements. No label inside case. $100 - $200
196 Anglo American 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement wall clock with a movement made by the New Haven Clock Co.     Hardwood case that looks cherry is in very nice condition in an old finish. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands. New Haven Clock Co. movement has been recently serviced. A clean example. $150 - $250
197 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Bagdad" wall hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day double wind timepiece movement in an oak case.     The case still retains some original finish. The original paper dial is in nice condition and age darkened. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The pendulum bob is slightly dented. There is a nice Ansonia label on the back of the case. $400 - $500
198 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Boar Hunter" figural mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with visible escapement in a enameled iron base with a bronzed spelter statue.     The original Japanese bronze finish on the spelter pieces has worn off. The statuary itself remains in very good condition. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks or chipping. $400 - $600
199 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Capitol" wall hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in an oak case.     The case retains it original finish, heavily alligatored. The top center finial is missing as are the three bottom finials. The original paper dial has darkened with age. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glasses and side glasses are all old. $300 - $400
200 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Capitol", 8 day, time only double weight driven, brass movement wall timepiece.     Refinished oak case in nice condition. Original paper dial has age darkened a little with stains in the center area. Original hands. A nice nickel plated movement. Original pendulum has a small dent on the right edge. Dark but readable label on the back. The two brass weights look to Vienna style and possible replacements. $300 - $400
201 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Coral", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston.     Brass case in nice condition that has loss most of it's original gilding. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and pendulum. All the beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. $100 - $200
202 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Cupid" figural mantel clock with an 8 day spring driven time and half hour strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal case.     The case finish, originally a bronze (still visible on Cupid's wings), has mostly oxidized away. The porcelain dial has one hairline crack at the XII hour. The hands are original. The original finial atop the clock movement case is missing and there is a replacement cast piece included. The movement is signed. $300 - $400
203 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Eros" figure mantel clock with an 8 day spring driven time and half hour strike movement in a cast metal case with bronze plating.     The case is missing the back cover. The finial atop the movement case has a partial replacement. The case retains some of its original bronze plating. The porcelain dial has multiple hairline cracks. Visible escapement. The hands are original. The staff held by the statue of Eros is missing. $300 - $400
204 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "La Capelle", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement porcelain mantel clock.     Porcelain case in very nice condition with just a little wear to the applied gold. Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands. Movement is signed. $300 - $400
205 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "La Champagne" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement with visible escapement in a porcelain case.     the case has a piece broken off the top left of the case (piece present) and a repair to the bottom. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. The movement (rack and snail strike) is signed. $400 - $500
206 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Marquis", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast ornaments case has general loss to the original gilding. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack in the center area. Original hands and pendulum. The right beveled glass panel has a small chip on the lower corner. The other glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. The top finial has a small dent on the base. $250 - $350
207 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Mercury" figure shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a japanese bronzed metal case.     The case still retains a fair amount of the bronze finish. The original finial atop the movement case is missing and there is a partial replacement with the clock. The porcelain dial has one faint hairline crack at the numeral 6. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $400 - $500
208 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Monarch" mantel clock with 8 day, spring driven time and strike movement, in a walnut case with applied metal ornaments, patented pendulum, and dedication plaque dated 1892.     The case has its original finish with minor scratches. There is a small damaged area on the molding on the lower right side. The paper dial is in good condition but has darkened in places. The stenciled glass is original with some loss of the pattern towards the bottom. The two scrollwork decorative handles for the sides of the top urn finial are missing, but unfinished replacements are included. Nearly complete label on the back. Very nice glass front pendulum. The movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $400 - $600
209 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Monarch" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a black walnut case.     The case is in good condition with the exception of the top finial which has been replaced by one of incorrect size with poor quality sidearms. The paper dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original. $200 - $250
210 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Queen Elizabeth" wall clock with 8-day, spring driven time & strike movement.     Walnut case has been refinished. It has one small lower finial missing. The dial has darkened, but original. Hands and pendulum are original. $400 - $600
211 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Regulator A" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case.     The case retains its original finish and is in excellent condition. The original painted dial has been professionally repainted. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glass is a replacement. The dial glass is original. $200 - $250
212 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Santa Fe" wall hanging clock with a double weight driven timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case has been refinished. The carved decoration above gallery is missing. The dial support panel including the support blocks as well as the case door appear replaced. The backboard may also be replaced. The two acorn finials just below the door are missing. The original paper dial is in good condition with some loss below the seconds bit and some staining around the chapter ring. The hour and minute hands are original but the seconds bit hand is replaced. The pendulum bob has surface issues. $300 - $400
213 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Sappho", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement figural mantel clock.     case metal case in nice condition with remains of original gold bronze finish. The statue of Sappho also in nice condition and a replacement scroll is present but needs to be soldered on. Original porcelain dial is perfect. The minute hand is a replacement. $400 - $600
214 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "St. Clair", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement enameled iron case mantel clock.     Enameled iron case in nice condition with a little wear on the base in a couple spots. The cast spelter feet and side ornaments have some remains of the original gilding. Visible escapement. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack. Original hands. Dark, but readable label on the back. $100 - $200
215 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Violinist" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The original case finish is gone. The finial for the top of the clock case is missing as is the bow for the violinist. The porcelain dial is fine with no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $200 - $300
216 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Zenith", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Cast metal case has lost most of it's original gilt finish and is now rubbed down to it's copper base. Original porcelain dial has numerous cracks. Original hands. Original pendulum retains most of its gilding with one of the tubes a replacement as they don't match. All the beveled glass panels are fine. Visible escapement. Movement is signed. $100 - $200
217 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Iron case with MOP shelf clock.     Cast iron case in original finish. The aging varnish has caused the surface to turn yellow. There is a little paint loss at the door latch. Original embossed dial looks to have a layer of varnish to protect it. Hands are not original. Latch on the bottom door is broken off. $150 - $250
218 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, unidentified model shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike visible escapement movement in a white onyx case.     The white onyx case has several chips and cracks. The metal columns and dial bezel have been painted gold. The porcelain dial has several hairline cracks and areas of loss. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $100 - $200
219 Arthur E. Wallmark, Upper Marlboro Maryland, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece.     Mahogany case in original finish. Original tablets, hands, pendulum and weight. Original painted dial has darkened a little with minor staining. Movement is marked: "Howard, Waltham, Mass.". $300 - $400
220 Asian brass reproduction of Harrison H1 marine clock, grasshopper escapement, 8 days, time only, with fusee, porcelain chapter ring, stained wood base, glass and brass cover; late 20th century     The movement's brass remains brightly polished and lacquered, and the unusual escapement ticks although not tested long term. The wood base has a small scuff on the left front foot. There is a small age crack on the wood base. Heavy and fragile for shipping. Measurement is the glass case. $300 - $400
221 Austria, a mid 19th century portico clock with grand sonnerie striking, the case with rosewood veneers, ripple moldings, and contrasting, foliate marquetry, the columns with cast capitals and bases, Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel hands, two day brass movement sounding the quarters in passing, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, silk suspended pendulum with engine turned rim, and decorative, pierced center     case with minor splits and losses, front left corner of base, just above foot repaired with filler, case back missing, dial restored, ticks and strikes $300 - $400
222 Baird Clock Co., Plattsburgh, New York, "Vanner & Prest's Molliscorium", 8 day, spring driven movement (Seth Thomas) advertising wall timepiece in a wood and paper mache case.     The case shows some wear. The gilt lettering may have had some restoration. The original paper dial shows heavy wear and staining. The hands are original. The movement is signed "Baird Clock Co., Plattsburg, NY". $400 - $500
223 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., Sharp Gothic, steeple on frame shelf clock with 8 day, time and strike wagon spring driven movement.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish in need of restoration. The veneer on all the half round front molding is missing, a piece of missing veneer on the bottom left and veneer is missing on the front piece above the bottom door. The frosted center glass is cracked. The bottom tablet has some scattered loss to the frosting. The two lower finials are not original. Original painted dial is soiled with some loss at the mounting pins, at the center ring and at the winding arbors. Original hands. Pendulum is not original. Original movement is properly signed. $400 - $600
224 Birge, Mallory & Co., Bristol, Conn., large 8 day, time and strike weight strap brass movement OG shelf clock.     Refinished mahogany veneered case has some veneer loss on the bottom edge, center cross strip, upper left corner and the lower right side. Wood dial has been repainted. Original mirror and hands. Clean label inside. $150 - $250
225 Birge, Peck & Co., Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement triple deck shelf clock.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has one side return replace, but is in otherwise nice condition. Original dial has been repainted. Both tablets are original with some minor loss to the blue background in the center glass. Original hands. Clean label inside. $300 - $400
226 Black Forest: Hans Konrad, Brux Czech Republic, Biedermeier style wall clock, 30 hour, time and gong strike, weight-driven movement with wood plates and brass wheels within a pine case with reverse painted glass front. The overall form of the case is typical of Black Forest Biedermeier wall clocks and the mechanism is essentially the same as most cuckoo clocks of this vintage. The elaborate case ornamentation features Catholic themes such as the cross, the Sacred Heart, and two small prints depicting Jesus.     The case is in very good condition with a few minor scratches. The transferred designs on the crest and bracket are sharp, but some of the brighter colors have faded. There are a couple of small losses to the reverse painted glass where the two prints on either side of the Sacred Heart have shifted out of position. One of the chains will need to be reinstalled and the pendulum leader repaired. The crest was broken and repaired at some point. $300 - $400
227 Boston Clock Co., Boston Mass., black mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike with single arbor tandem wind in a black slate case with green marble accents and fancy dial with raised cartouche numerals, c1895.     This clock is in nice condition except for a crack on the upper left side. The handsome dark green and white marble accents, beveled glass, and dial are in nice shape. The hands are original. The back door is missing. The signed movement is stamped with serial number "B 6280". The movement winds, ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
228 Boston, Mass., Patent or banjo timepiece, with 8 day, weight driven, brass movement     Refinished mahogany case has some repairs on the bottom right side of the box. Gilded door and throat in nice condition. Throat tablet is original. Bottom tablet is a replacement. The dial looks to be original as the reference pins and L turns line up, but there are a couple extra holes in the head. The dial has original paint with some loss near 6 o'clock and looks to have been clear coated in the past and has now age darkened. Original hands. Movement was originally held in the case with through bolts now missing. The hook on the click for the winding barrel is sometimes seen on Simon Willard & Son banjos. Original latch on the bottom door. $400 - $600
229 Europe, 18th century, bracket or shelf clock with cow tail pendulum, ebonized wooden case with applied moldings and laden with leaf and scroll, repousse silver ornaments, and case sides with applied scroll ornaments Roman numeral white enamel dial with raised chapter and concave center, fancy pierced and engraved brass hands, brass time and strike movement probably of two day duration, with verge escapement, and engraved, star shaped pendulum swinging in front of the dial     case dirty, some wear and loss to original ebonizing, finial missing, rear right foot missing, minor dents and losses to the repousse ornament, rear door with breaks and losses, side ornaments detached, with repairs, glue residue, and minor losses, dial with chips at winding arbors and at 6:00 and 12:00, movement with repairs, will strike, time train missing the verge $300 - $400
230 Bradley and Hubbard, Meriden, Conn., "Sambo" blinking eye clock with a spring driven balance wheel timepiece movement (unsigned) in a cast iron case.     The case retains only a small amount of original paint. The original bezel has a stamped patent date of May 10 1859. The hands are later replacements. The paper dial appears replaced. $350 - $450
231 Bradley Manf'g Co., Southington, Conn. cottage clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case.     The case has been covered with a dark finish. The original painted dial has minor loss at the winding holes. The hands are original. The two door glasses are original with loss to the decalcomania tablet. $150 - $250
232 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1845, with later ripple moulding.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition. The ripple molding on this clock was produced by Irvin Rosen of Virginia, c. 1980, and applied to a period case. Original painted dial has age darkened with some loss at the winding arbors. Original hands. Original table is cracked in the lower right corner. Movement has original brass springs. $200 - $250
233 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, spring driven movement gallery timepiece.     Someone has applied a layer of gold paint over what remains of original gilding. Original painted wood dial has age darkened with some scraps and abrasions. Hands are replacements. Dark, but readable label inside. $200 - $250
234 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven, Charles Kirk's Patent movement sharp gothic or steeple clock.     Refinished mahogany veneered case has a small veneer chip on the base. Right finial has a little damage at the tip. Movement is stamped "E. C. Brewster & Co.". The company became Brewster & Ingrahams in 1843 and continued using up these movements. Original dial has some inpainting and repaired numbers. The E. C. Brewster name can still be seen at the bottom center of the dial. Original hands and acid etched & cut glass tablet. Original lyre gong base. $300 - $400
235 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven, Kirk's patent Sharp Gothic or steeple clock.     Mahogany veneered case has some veneer damage on the base and at the top right block. Both finials have some tip damage. Original painted dial has had some inpainting in a couple small areas outside the chapter ring. Original acid etched and cut glass tablet. Original hands and harp gong base. Movement is signed. Clean label inside $200 - $300
236 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement 4-column,Gothic onion top shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has veneer loss on the base and a chip on the outer curved band next to the left front finial. The left front and right rear finial have some damage. Original painted dial is soiled with some loss at the winding arbors. Original hands and frosted tablet. Brass movement has original brass springs. Dark, but readable label. $300 - $400
237 Brewster and Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock with brass springs.     Refinished walnut veneered case has a small chip on the base, a ding on the left front molding and a small chip at peak back edge. Original painted dial has some inpainting near the timeside winding arbor and a couple small spots. Both finial tips have a little damage. Dial, is a little yellow from a clear finish that has aged. Original hands and tablet. Clean label inside. $150 - $250
238 Bulova Watch Co., Woodside, New York, "Model B-150", 8 day, time and strike spring driven, lever movement Ship's Bell engine room or pilot clock.     Polished brass case mounted on a mahogany base in nice condition. Original silvered dial has some fine scratches at the winding arbors. Original hands. $100 - $200
239 Chauncey Goodrich, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     Cast iron front case with MOP in nice condition under a yellow varnish layer. The paper dial has age darkened with some surface abrasion. Minute hand is modern replacement. It looks like the great wheel on the strike side has been repaired. There is a small label on the back of the cast iron front that reads: "Patent Applied C. Goodrich, September 5, 185?" $150 - $250
240 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., "Union" model, 8 day, time and strike, spring fusee cottage clock.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the base. Gilding on the door molding is worn. Original dial has been repainted. Hands are old and look to be original. A couple labels on the back. $150 - $250
241 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Chelsea" matching clock and barometer set, brass case "ship's bell" marine clock with 4" silvered dial, serial #783834     the clock case has oxidation spots on the bezel, and the barometer case has minor oxidation. The clock ticks and strikes. Will clean up nicely. $300 - $400
242 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Manhattan" clock and barometer set, patinated bronze cases with mounting flanges, 2 3/4"" dials, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, and holosteric barometer with thermometer, serial #277463, now mounted to a wooden board for hanging     cases in original finish, cases a bit dirty, brass bezels with minor tarnish, clock dial good, barometer dial with minor spotting, clock running $250 - $350
243 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Shipstrike", 8 day, time and strike spring driven, lever movement "Ship's Bell" clock.     Polished and lacquered cast brass case in nice condition. This case has original German movement made the Hermle Corp. and sold under the "Boston Clock Div." which was Chelsea's less expensive line. Original dial and hands. The mahogany wood base has been damaged by the wood screws used to fasten the case to the base, now repaired. The glass in the door is loose and will need gluing in place. $100 - $200
244 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 10" Cast brass and nickel plated case with 8" 24-hour black dial.     The nickel plating has pretty much worn of the main case. The screw on bezel has some remains of the original nickel plating. There is a ding on the edge of the bezel. $150 - $250
245 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, spring driven movement ship's bell clock mounted on a birdseye maple stand made by a Mr. Hulseberg. Serial No. 843259, 1982.     Cast brass case in overall nice condition with slight tarnish on the front bezel. Original silvered dial in fine condition. Original hands. $300 - $400
246 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., miniature tambour clock, bronze case with brass feet, 3" Arabic numeral silvered dial, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, serial #175929     case polished, dial restored, running $250 - $350
247 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., miniature tambour clock, patinated bronze case, 3" Arabic numeral silvered dial, marked "Gorham Co. New York", blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, serial #176351     case in original finish, with dirt and verdigris, front left corner with flat spot, dial and hands good, movement gummy, not running, staff good $200 - $300
248 Chinese, reproduction "Double Dial Calendar" mantel clock, copy of French style wtih visible escapement on the dial, and with a rotating halifax style moon in the center of the calendar, showing its phases.     black slate case is a bit dull and has small chips on edges and one lower corner. Porcelain dials are in good condition as are the front and rear beveled glasses. The movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. The separate calendar mechanism advances when moved by hand; we did not run it long enough to verifly long term functioning. Sold as "as is". The original French models usually bring around 2000 dollars. $200 - $300
249 Coe & Co., New York, 30 hour, spring driven, embossed brass front "Paris" model shelf timepiece with Samuel N. Botsford's patent lever escapement movement. This timepiece was made by Jerome Manufacturing Co., New Haven, Conn.     Embossed brass front in nice condition. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack and a very tiny chip at 9 o'clock. The painted base has some scattered loss. Glass dome is damaged. $300 - $400
250 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece     Mahogany case in an old finish has some dents to the veneer on the bottom door left side. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and winding arbor. Original hands and pendulum. Case is stamped "12". The case has very unusual glasses with MOP on border glass. The pendulum is unusual also in that the pendulum back is made using brass that has been milled to accept the rod. There is no hold down for pendulum. We cannot be certain if this is a Howard factory product or a nicely made case that was fitted with the Howard movement and dial. $400 - $600
251 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Bartholdi" wall hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The walnut case has a very clean old finish. Part of the base appears replaced. The movement mounting block has been extended. The paper dial has light staining. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glass is original. A very scarce model as we show only one other example, sold in 2005. $350 - $450
252 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Domino", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock.     Ebonized wood case in original finish has a ding on the top left corner some damage on the right rear foot. The gilding in the incised lines has worn off. The wood finials are too small and not correct shape. Original paper dial has age darkened with surface wear. Original hands and pendulum. Remains of original label on the back. $150 - $250
253 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Grecian Mosaic" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in a walnut and maple case.     The case has some original finish. The original painted dial has loss below the numeral twelve. The hands are original. The label inside the case is excellent. The door glass is original. The movement is signed. $150 - $250
254 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Ionic", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement wall clock.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish now with a very dark finish. The round bottom section is loose and will need attention. Original painted dial has some stains, minor paint loss at the mounting screws, at the winding arbors and few tiny flakes. Original bottom glass has lost most of the background. Original hands. Remains of original label inside. $150 - $250
255 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Nile" banjo clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rubbed mahogany finish case     The case retains some original finish. There is minor veneer loss behind the bases of the two columns. The dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $200 - $300
256 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Nile" banjo clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany case.     The case has original finish. The dial and hands are original. The strike train appears complete, but is bound, fully wound / stuck. $100 - $200
257 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Alexis No. 1" wall hanging clock with a spring driven 30 day time only movement in a rosewood veneered case with faux grained bezels.     The case finish is original with some weakening and loss in various areas. The signed nickel plated double wind movement is in excellent condition. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The Welch-style spade hands are original. The top door glass is original. The bottom door glass (black with gilt) is in excellent condition. A nice example of this scarce month running model. $350 - $500
258 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Briggs Rotary", 30 hour, spring driven, rotary pendulum novelty timepiece.     Painted wood base with some small wear spots. Original paper dial has age darkened in the center with surface abrasion and a little wear. Original hands and pendulum. Dome looks to be original. Paper covering on the back of the dial has a small chip. $300 - $400
259 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Verdi" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement is a rosewood veneered case.     The case is in near excellent condition with one small veneer chip near the dial glass bezel hinge. The finish is original. The original painted dial is in nice condition with some strengthening of the numerals. The hands are original. The robust Verdi movement is unsigned (not unusual for this model). Both glasses are original. Label on back. $200 - $300
260 E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish in very nice condition. Original feet and scrolls. Original painted dial is very clean, but has scattered paint loss across the middle area. Original tablet with scattered paint loss. Original hands, finials and pendulum. The key escutcheon has a wood replacement. $300 - $400
261 England, small Gothic skeleton clock, the pierced brass frame with 6 turned baluster form pillars, engraved Roman numeral brass dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day fusee timepiece movement, mounted to an oval mahogany base with glass dome.     very dirty, frames with minor bends, brass with minor discoloration and tarnish, dial with polish residue, hands with minor oxidation, crutch replaced, pallet repaired, pendulum altered $300 - $400
262 English, "Rolling Ball" mantel clock, on older wood base. unsigned, (no glass cover)     This heavy copy of the Congreve clock has a large fusee, the timekeeping governed by a steel ball rolling on a grooved table, releasing a latch at the end of its travel, allowing the train to advance while the table tilts to the opposite side end and the ball re-traces its original path in the other direction. The time is indicated on three elevated dials, minutes in the center, hours to the left and seconds to the right. The condition is very good but we have not tested its operation. Note there is no dust cover. $700 - $900
263 English, 8 day, single fusee drop dial timepiece, the dial signed "H. Ellis, Windsor".     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has a shrinkage crack near 8 o'clock and some veneer repairs at bottom front edge. Original dial plate has been repainted. Original hands. Robust and well made cable drive fusee movement. $200 - $300
264 English, 8 day, spring driven, fusee movement drop octagon wall timepiece, in a mahogany case with bevelled edges, the painted dial signed J. Greatbatch, Birmingham.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case with brass inlay. The veneer on the bottom octagon piece has been repaired. The bottom access door maybe a replacement. Original painted dial has small loss on the edge and at the mounting screws. Original hands. The side access door has been replaced. Nicely made cable drive fusee movement. $250 - $350
265 English, 8 day, spring driven, fusee movement wall timepiece with a 24-hour dial with the name "Lloyd Payne & Amiel, Manchester" on the dial.     Refinished oak in nice condition has some paint residue on the back edges of the case. Original painted dial is in nice condition with a little loss on the edge near the number 24. Original hands. The pendulum is probably a replacement as these clocks usually had brass rods and a heavy lead filled bob. $200 - $300
266 English, 8 day, spring driven, fusee movement white dial wall timepiece signed "Kenneth Hall, Dover".     Mahogany case in nice condition in an old finish. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands. Quality made cable drive fusee movement. $200 - $300
267 English, 8 day, time and strike spring driven, three train lever movement Westminster chime mantel clock in an Oriental-style gold and red Chinoiserie decorated case.     Gold and red painted with raised designs in very nice condition with some slight wear along the bottom edge. Original silvered dial has some surface tarnish. Original hands. Dial is engraved "Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd,, 112 Regent, London. Top finial has broken off, but the finial is inside the case. $300 - $400
268 English, 8 day, time and strike three train 8 bell chiming bracket clock playing Whittington/Cambridge chimes. Retailed by Wales & McCulloch, 56 Cheapside. E.C., now in a later case.     The movement has been recased in a modern handmade walnut case. The heavy plate brass movement shows evidence of surface rust on the arbors and other steel-work. Pendulum is modern replacement. Original hands. Silvered brass chapter ring is in nice condition. Carrying handle is broken. $300 - $400
269 Ephraim Downs for George Mitchell, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. Original stenciling on the columns. Splat is an incorrect shape replacement. Outer toe on each carved foot is broken off. Original dial in nice condition. Key escutcheon has been replaced. Tablet has some age and repairs and painted on original glass, but not original. $100 - $200
270 Ephraim Downs for George Mitchell, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. Original scrolls and feet. Small veneer repair on the base, a little roughness at the lock, and a very old repair on the left side return. Original painted dial in nice condition. Original tablet has been restored in place. Movement is original to the case. Original hands. Brass finials are modern replacements. Clean label inside case. $300 - $400
271 First Moscow Watch Factory, USSR, two day marine chronometer, 15 jewel, damascened, gilt movement with fusee, break circuit mechanism, and integral balance with helical hairspring, Arabic numeral silvered dial with gilt spade and poker hands, mounted in a gimbaled bowl and contained in a brass mounted mahogany box, and with outer, lined protective mahogany box, serial #11577, together with a Soviet era boxed wristwatch, and more, 20th century     boxes good, minor dents and scratches, top of outer box with split, brass components with some loss to lacquer and minor tarnish, bezel missing, fusee chain detached, not running, wristwatch is running $400 - $600
272 Franklin Mint/ Royal Geographical Society globe clock, ebonized base with slender columns at corners supporting an equatorial plate, turned brass clock case with annular dial supporting a terrestrial globe, 8 day Imhof movement, together with a pair of Empire style candlesticks with tripod bases, clock dimensions listed     clock dirty and with losses, not running, candlesticks dirty and with minor bends $200 - $300
273 Forestville Manufacturing Co., (J. C. Brown), 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement column & cornice shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneer case in an old finish has veneer loss on the base, small chip just below the left column and on the edge of the cornice. The side stiles that support the dial and movement have been replaced with plywood. The movement seat board is new. Gong looks replaced. Painted dial has had the numbers strengthened. Nice original tablets. This case from the quality of the veneer looks to be a J. C. Brown product, but someone has taken a Forestville backboard from another clock and put it in this case over the top of what looks to be the original backboard. $100 - $200
274 France, a mid 19th century figural mantel clock, gilt bronze case with rococo revival ornament, the top with a young woman with fancy dress and head scarf, resting against a stump, taking a rest from carrying her ewer, Roman numeral white painted dial, gilt Louis XV hands, 8 day pendule de Paris movement by Raingo Freres     gilding bright, an element missing from the top of the clock, dial replaced, hands with minor bends, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $300 - $400
275 France, a small gilt and patinated bronze mantel clock in the Empire style, case with green patination and gilt mounts, surmounted by a reclining putto, Roman numeral, engine turned, silvered dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement, signed Marti     case a bit dirty and with some losses to gilding, figure missing element originally held in his right hand, dial good, hands with oxide, pendulum suspension broken, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $300 - $400
276 France, carriage clock with alarm, brass case with columns at the corners, turned feet and finials, and blind fret trim at top and base, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with gilt, filigree mask, 8 day time and alarm movement with lever platform, with leather covered outer case     case dirty, with polish residue and tarnish, right side glass with chips, door knob replaced with a screw, dial good, hands with oxide, ticks briefly and stops, alarm functional, outer case with wear and missing carrying strap $200 - $300
277 France, ceramic miniature tall clock, the earthenware case with blue, freehand decoration on a white ground, depicting harbor scenes with windmills on the trunk and base, with naturalistic ornament on the bonnet and base sides, Roman numeral white enamel dial with gilt Louis XV style hands, 8 day timepiece movement with cylinder platform, case bottom with makers mark     case good, glaze with crazing, dial with a few edge hairlines, movement oily and dirty, fully wound, not running, good staff $300 - $400
278 France, desk clock, 8 day timepiece with balance wheel movement and directional compass on a brass base supporting an octagonal case on four feet, topped with a handle, c1900.     brass case is tarnished, but in good condition Front beveled glass is fine, but smaller one covering the compass is broken with a piece missing. Silvered dials are in good condition and hands are original. Compass needle does not move. Movement ticks briskly, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
279 France, for Bigelow, Kennard, & Co., Boston, striking carriage clock, the gilt Corniche variant case with narrow fluted band above base and below cornice, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day striking movement with lever platform, sounding the hour and half hour in passing     substantial losses to gilding, minor tarnish, glasses with some minor chips and flakes, dial good, retailers name partially removed, hands good, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $300 - $400
280 France, for Shreve, Crump & Low, Boston, striking carriage clock with alarm, brass Corniche case with beveled glasses, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with gilt mask, and subsidiary alarm chapter, blued steel distaff style hands, 8 day striking movement with lever platform, sounding the hour and half hour in passing     minor tarnish, traces of original gilding, rear glass with chip at upper right, dial and hands good, movement oily, dirty, striking correctly, alarm functional $300 - $400
281 France, lantern clock, walnut case with ornate cast front incorporating the dial, side frets with rococo ornament, and top with fancy bell cage and two bells, surmounted by a rooster finial, Roman numeral white enamel cartouche dial with enamel center, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with square plates     dirty, case front with separation at left, enamel with chips and hairlines, rooster finial broken, detached, but present, ticking, strike train not running $300 - $400
282 France, portico clock, mahogany veneered oak case with gilt mounts, Roman numeral white enamel dial with gilt bezel and engine turned center, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day pendule de Paris movement with regulator style gridiron pendulum     case with minor splits, repairs, and losses, rear feet are incorrect replacements, gilding very good, dial with hairlines, hands painted black, movement ticks and strikes, pendulum with poor repair above gridiron $300 - $400
283 French figural, 8 day, time and strike mantel clock, count wheel and bell, spring driven movement with silk thread suspension in a gilt brass and spelter case depicting a sailor figure.     Nice detailed cast metal case with good gold patina and dashing figure of a sailor in front of an anchor. The sailor's axe is slightly bent and the tool that was once in his left hand is missing. The white porcelain dial has many fine hairlines on the right side. Nice original hands This case sat under a glass dome, so never had a front bezel or back door. The clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
284 French mantel clock, 8 day, time only spring driven movement balance wheel movement on a white marble base with gilt metal ornaments, patinated spherical body with applied roman numerals, hands in the form of a snake, surmounted by a gilt cast metal eagle with outstretched wings. Diminutive round movement is stamped "FRENCH MAKE".     Overall good condition with original hands and attractive patina on the globe. Old gilt finish on the feet, hardware, and bird. Small chips to edges of white marble base. The movement ticks when wound, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
285 French, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Cast brass case has a couple tarnish spots with residue from previous polishing. Original porcelain dial has several hairline cracks. Original hands. One in the tubes in the pendulum has lost its mercury. There is a very small corner chip on the rear beveled glass panel. The other glass panels are fine. Movement is stamped "France". $100 - $200
286 French, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator with brilliant surround dial.     Nicely polished brass case in very nice condition Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands and pendulum. The rear beveled glass door panel has a very tiny corner chip. The rest of the glass panels are fine. Movement complete and sound, ticks and strikes, but not tested long term. $200 - $300
287 French, F.Marti, 3 piece mantel garniture set with 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a multi color onxy Art Deco case, white base with gray marble top, sides, and front panels, brass ornaments, silvered dial with patterned center, and matching marble tazze, c1920.     heavy marble case is in good conditon with some very small chips along the lower edge and front corners. Silvered dial is worn nearly to brass along the top. Beveled glass is fine. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
288 French, Farcot,8 day, spring driven, Farcot-style chaff cutter movement with swinging doll pendulum in an alabaster mantel case.     White alabaster case has minor edge roughness on the base and chip broken off the right front corner. There is also some roughness on the top back edge. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Original swinging doll has some gilding loss. Doll swings front to back. $300 - $400
289 French, Japy Freres, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement mantel clock with polychrome porcelain finial, dial and central panel     Cast brass case has remains of original gilding. Painted porcelain panel, dial and finial are perfect. Original hands. $300 - $400
290 French, oak cased mantel clock with blue and white inserts and dial, 8 day, time and strike, with a movement stamped "C. J. & Co.", the case with turned corner columns and finials.     oak case has original finish with some minor losses at the corners. Hands and beveled glass are in good condition Blue and white floral pattern ceramic dial and panels are fine. The suspension spring will need to be replaced. Round French movement ticks, but not currently striking. $250 - $350
291 French, Vincenti & Cie, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement 4-column Empire mantel clock.     Ebonized case with contrasting veneer in an original finish, has dings and scratches here and there. Silvered brass dial has some loss to the silver wash. Period hands. Original fancy pendulum. It is possible that this movement was originally in a taller case, as this bottom has been cut out to make room for the pendulum, swinging as shown in slot to keep correct time. $100 - $200
292 French: Merra, Paris, mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, count wheel and bell movement with silk thread suspension by Vincenti & Cie., Paris. White marble case with gilt hardware, fluted columns and twisted arched supports, the top with large gilt roses in bloom. Signed white porcelain dial with Roman numerals.     The marble elements of the case have some very fine chips along the edges. Porcelain dial is good, but for two cracks and a small missing piece above the XII. The garland below the dial looks appropriate, but is likely a later addition. Front and rear convex beveled glasses are in good condition as are the hands. Some of the twisted arches are loose and could use attention. The Vincenti movement has the Medaille d'Argent, 1855 stamp. The movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
293 George D. Hatch, North Attleboro, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece.     Cherry case in an old finish has dings and scratches on the door and throat frame. The bottom door has some damage at the upper left corner. The hinges on the door have been moved from the right to the left side. There is some damage to the right side panel on the bottom box. The dial door bezel has shrinkage of the segments that makeup the door. Original painted dial has loss at the mounting screws, a couple spots on the edge and couple scattered sports. Hands are not original. Wood weight baffle is missing. Tablets have loss to the background. $250 - $350
294 German 400-Day or Anniversary clock: (Retailer =Kuehl Clock Company, Chicago), time only spring driven movement torsion pendulum movement by Gustav Becker of Freiburg, Germany with disc pendulum in polished brass case under glass dome, c1910.     Movement serial number is 2273467 with Becker and "Medaille D'Or" stamps. The lacquer on the exposed brass case has darkened somewhat, but the movement is still bright. The signed porcelain dial and hands are pristine. The dome fits the base well and the pendulum disc may be original but is not numbered (usually scratched into bottom brass piece on Beckers). The movement ticks as the pendulum rotates, but was not tested long term. Note there is some oxication and brass loss along the bottom edge of the pendulum $200 - $350
295 German, Hamburg - American Clock Co., "La Mysterieuse" desk or table clock, rectangular oak base supporting the Arabic numeral transparent dial with brass bezel, movement contained in the base, and driving a second invisible disc to which the motion work is attached, thus driving the hands     dirty, and with polish residue, finish with some areas of fading, some joints with minor separation, dial and hands dirty, movement dirty, running, needs service $300 - $400
296 Germany, 8 day, time and strike one weight driven, brass movement Vienna regulator wall clock.     Walnut case has a shrinkage crack on the bottom of the door and couple at the top. The top of the case is cracked and will need attention. Half drop finial is detached. Original porcelain dial has hairline crack at 1 o'clock and a couple at 5 o'clock. Original hands. Original pendulum has some paint loss on the rod. Weight has some damage on the top edge. $250 - $350
297 Germany, early Biedermeier cuckoo clock, 30 hour, weight driven movement in a wood case with stenciled floral design, fluted porcelain columns with gold accents and a white porcelain dial. Likely by Theodor Ketterer of Furtwangen, c1860.     Simple side trim piece is missing from the case. Cuckoo bird is missing its head, beak, and wings. Roof is split and needs to be repaired. Bracket and crest need to be glued back on. Trapezoidal bellows are correct, but will need to be restored. Metal pendulum rod will need to be soldered back to threaded portion for rate adjustment. Enamel dial is excellent. Floral stencil is still colorful. Sold "as is". This clock is very similar to the one shown in J. Miller's book, No. 4 on page 36. $400 - $600
298 Germany, Junghans, 8 day, Westminster Chime, mahogany cased Georgian style bracket clock with fancy arched dial and pineapple finials     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has damage to the molding on the lower left corner, underneath the rear left finial and small veneer damage on the top back edge. There are some dings on the upper molding. The border trim inside the door has some paint loss. The door glass has a small crack and a chip on the edge near the chime/silent lever. Gilding on cast dial trim is still good. Original hands. The chime/silent and slow/fast hands hands are missing. The panel that holds the dial has been poorly glued in place & with additional screws. Feet are missing, can be replaced with simple mahogany pads. Mov't sound. Case restorable. $250 - $350
299 Golay, Fils & Stahl, Geneve, Mignonette #1 carriage clock, brass Corniche case set with beveled glasses, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform     case with polish residue, glasses good, rear door with minor ding at lower left, dial good, minute hand replaced, movement ticks and stops, very dirty, gummy, needs service $300 - $400
300 Hills, Goodrich & Co., Plainville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG shelf clock with a partial overpasted J. J. Beals, Boston label. The movement was designed by Joseph Ives.     Mahogany veneered case has some veneer loss and small damage on the bottom front and the left side bottom. Original painted dial has some loss on the outer edge. The left gilt column has some loss to the gesso. The gilt crest has some scattered loss. The side mirrors behind the columns are missing. A large shrinkage crack in the backboard. Mirror is original. Weights, pendulum and hands are not original. $250 - $350
301 Holland, Staartklok, oak case with arch top bonnet, the door with half columns, gilt capitals and bases, and fancy stamped brass finials, the pendulum aperture with stamped brass ornament, arcaded, Roman numeral painted dial with polychrome landscape shoreline scene in the arch, and with applied, stamped brass figures at the corners, cast brass hands, thirty hour time and strike movement with alarm, tapered, copper clad weight     bonnet sides with splits, left cornice molding with loss at back, door and front cornice molding with split, case front with split, left side glass cracked, bonnet top replaced, finials with minor bends, dial and hands good, movement dirty, alarm chain and weight missing, ticks and strikes, weight with tarnish $300 - $400
302 Horace Tifft attributed, North Attleboro, Mass. 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has veneer repairs on the throat panel frame. Bottom door and finial are replacements. Both tablets were done on old glass, but most like replacements. Original painted dial is soiled with scattered loss. Original hands. New finial. Door latches are typical of North Attleboro makers. $300 - $400
303 Irvin Thomas Rosen (1915-2010) of McKinley and Middlebrook, Virginia, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement ripple molding shelf clock. This one is marked No. 11. Mr. Rosen, was the individual who designed a machine to reproduce ripple molding as used by J. C. Brown and others on clocks c. 1850. This process had been lost over the years.     Solid mahogany case and mahogany veneered door in very fine condition. Mr. Rosen used a Waterbury movement in this clock. There is a small scratch near 5 o'clock on the dial. $100 - $200
304 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "No. 10 Farmer's" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with a Horton's perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case finish is breaking down. The paper dials are original, showing wear and age discoloration. The hands are original. The movement is signed "E. N. Welch Mfg. Co.". The case has a new backboard. $300 - $400
305 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "No. 8 Shelf Library" with a spring driven 30 day Hubbell time only movement and a perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case retains some original finish. The top center finial is missing. There is some separation of the curved molding above the clock dial bezel and some unrepaired damage to the top of the case. The two pieces of molding upon which the curved molding rests have been replaced. Both dials and hands are original with some discoloration to the dials. One screw on the movement front plate is missing. While the clock has several correctable issues, it is a scarce model with the 30 day movement. The last one sold was in 2007 and since then 15 examples with the 8 day movement have been sold. $400 - $500
306 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "No. 8 Shelf Library" with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The walnut case is in nice condition but is missing the top finial as well as the two top pieces of molding. The dial pan and dial are replacements. There is no dial bezel or hands. The calendar dial is in very good condition. The linkage from the time and strike movement to the calendar mechanism is missing. The case backboard is missing. The movement is signed "E. N. Welch Forestville, Conn". $200 - $300
307 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "Round Top No. 5" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with H. B. Horton's patent calendar mechanism in a polished rosewood veneered case.     The case has been refinished but is in excellent condition. The paper dials appear to be original. with some surface wear. The hands are original. The movement is signed N. Pomeroy, Bristol, CT. $300 - $400
308 J. C. Brown, Forestville Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Conn., miniature steeple shelf clock with a 30 hour spring driven time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case. Signed 30-hr time and strike movement.     The case has its original finish. There is one small area of loss at the rear of the left hand lower case return. The original painted dial is signed, with minor loss at the winding holes. The hands are original. The door top glass is original. The bottom copper wheel engraved tablet is original and in excellent condition. The case has an excellent label. The movement is signed. $300 - $400
309 J. J. Beals, Boston, Mass. (Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn.) 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Round Gothic or beehive shelf clock. This is a rack striking movement with the springs contained in cast iron cups.     Refinished rosewood case has a small veneer repair on the base, some veneer damage in a couple places on the front curved molding. Original painted wood dial has some wear and attempted repairs to the minute markers. Minute hand is replaced. Original acid etched and cut tablet. Clean label inside. $300 - $400
310 Jaeger LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos Tuxedo" model 522 calibre movement perpetual gold- plated brass and glass time only mantel clock, serial number 61873     Gold plated case in very nice condition for its age. Original white painted dial has developed a reddish hue and the brass numbers have tarnished at the pointed end. Original hands. The pendulum rotates and the hands advance, but not tested long term. $400 - $600
311 Jaeger LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" gilt brass and glass perpetual mantel clock, serial number 98063, front door hinges from side, in original green felt carrying box     this case is in very good original condition with no dulling or losses on the gilding. The movement and dial are fine, and we viewed the escapement and hands advance although not tested long term $400 - $600
312 Japan, Seikosha Clock Co., Tokyo, (now known as Seiko), 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement gallery clock.     Large hardwood case that is most likely made from their native hardwood in original finish that is decayed in many places. There is a loose repair to a piece on the door just to the left of the bottom latch. The original paper dial has age darkened, stained, wear at the winding arbors and at the mounting screws in a couple places. Interesting movement that looks to be a copy of an American version. Original hands. $250 - $350
313 Japy Freres, Paris, France, figural mantel clock, 8 day time and strike, count wheel and bell, spring driven movement with floral themed ceramic dial and insets in a gilt spelter case featuring a seated female figure surrounded by symbols of art and science including a pitcher, gear, paintbrush & pallet, books, steam engine, anvil, spyglass, and square.     the original gilding has worn off the case and figure in many places. Painted ceramic dial is somewhat stained, but is in otherwise good condition, as are the case insets. The minute hand has been repaired. The pendulum bob is stamped with the same number as stamped on movement. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
314 Junghans, Germany, 8 day spring driven movement, three train Westminster chime bracket clock with a B10 movement in a mahogany case. The clock chimes the quarters on 4 rods, while the hour is struck on a separate deeper toned rod.     Attractive mahogany case is in excellent condition. Finish has been rubbed down and waxed. Original silvered chapter rings have small areas of brass showing through. Thick beveled door glass is fine. The rear door knob may be replaced. Hands appear original. Movement is properly signed with star and "J" trademark. The 3-train movement ticks and chimes but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
315 Junghans, Germany, 8 day spring driven movement, three train Westminster chime bracket clock with A13 movement in an architectural style mahogany case. The clock chimes the quarters on 4 rods. The hour is struck on a fifth deeper toned rod, c1900.     Mahogany case is in very good condition and has been refinished. Original silvered chapter rings and gold colored dial have very little tarnish. Beveled door glass is fine. Hands are original. Movement is properly signed with star and "J" trademark. $200 - $300
316 Junghans, Germany, elephant model swinging clock, patinated figure of an elephant mounted to a molded beechwood base, the 8 day swinging timepiece held aloft at the end of his trunk, clock case with gilt and patinated surfaces, Arabic numeral white enamel dial signed "Junghans Germany" below 6:00, blued steel hands, 8 day time only movement     figure with wear to patination and with rouge residue, base good, clock lacking gilt and patinated finish, dial dirty, otherwise good, hands good, movement ticks, needs service $300 - $400
317 Junghans, Germany, elephant model swinging clock, patinated figure of an elephant mounted to a molded beechwood base, the 8 day swinging timepiece held aloft at the end of his trunk, clock case with gilt and silvered surfaces, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day time only movement     figure with minor wear and rouge residue, base good, silvered surfaces on clock with tarnish, dial with minor scratches and hairlines, movement ticks, pendulum with repair, needs service $400 - $500
318 Massachusetts, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has a rough edge on the bottom edge of the bottom door. Painted dial has original paint with an attempted repair to the gold chapter ring and the number 12. The dial looks to be original although there are other holes in the head. The signature is spurious. Both tablets look to be later replacements. Period hands. The dial door glass is missing. The latch to the bottom door looks like the type used by the North Attleboro makers. The movement is attached to the case with a screw through the backboard. $300 - $400
319 Massachusetts, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. Maker unknown.     Refinished mahogany case has some restoration. The doors look to have been regilded and the rope molding looks to be a replacement as the individual pieces are not uniform in diameter or shape. Both tablets are very nice replacements. The dial is most likely a replacement as there are numerous holes in the head. Hands are replacements. $300 - $400
320 Mini clock set- France, 8 day, time only balance wheel movement behind white enamel dial with polychrome floral design on a white marble base with gilt claw feet supporting a cast fluted pedestal, surmounted by a patinated spelter figure of Cupid drawing his bow. Set is completed by two matching candelabra, both holding two candles each.     The marble base is in very good condition with no major losses or damage. The spelter figure has a nice patina, but may have one reconstructed pinky finger. If the figure was once holding something in its right hand, it is now gone. The dial, hands, and convex glass are in excellent condition The finish on the fluted pedestal is worn and uneven. Two of the feet have cracks on the underside where they mount to the marble. The unsigned movement ticks, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
321 Miniature tall clock, mahogany case with removable bonnet, applied moldings, twist turned columns, and carved finials, Roman numeral paper dial with aperture below revealing the oscillating balance, 30 hour timepiece movement by the Yale Clock Co.     in an old finish, feet replaced, repair to left side molding, bonnet center ornament replaced, dial with minor losses to paper at edge, movement dirty, running $300 - $400
322 Morse & Co., Plymouth, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement cottage clock.     Black and gold painted case with MOP in original finish that has age darkened. On piece of MOP is missing on the top front edge. Original painted dial signed: "Polished Pinions No. 1" has some minor loss at the mounting screws, the wind arbors and along the edge. The movement is stamped "Morse No. 1". The dial glass has background loss. The lower tablet has loss as well. The hands are proper style, but probably replacements. Morse supplied movements to numerous firms, so this clock may not have been sold as a Morse product. $100 - $200
323 New England Clock Co., Bristol conn. 30 hour, time and alarm spring driven movement cigar box timepiece.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish. Dial has been repainted. Decalcomania tablet is a replacement. Original hands. Clean label with some loss inside. $150 - $250
324 New Hampshire, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. The signature on the dial is difficult to read, but it appears to read in part Smith & Willis. There was a Smith & Williston in Keene, New Hampshire who advertised as clockmakers, that may be the firm name.     Refinished mahogany and gilt case has general loss of the gilding on the rope and door molding and corner blocks. Original painted dial has scattered loss and some poor attempts to repair loss and some paint applied in the center area. Throat glass looks original with repairs to the background paint loss. The bottom tablet looks old from the back, but may be later. Eagle finial is not original. The minute hand is a replacement. The weight baffle is missing. Movement is attached with a bolt through the backboard. $300 - $400
325 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Drop Octagon" wall clock with Lucky Strike advertising, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in an oak case with a tablet stenciled with retailer "Zimmer & Lovell, Eerie, Pa"     the case retains its original finish. The dial and the label on the rear are reproductions. $100 - $200
326 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Warwick", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock.     Black painted case with gilt incised lines has a couple dings on the base. Original tablet has wear to the background. Dial is not original. Hands, are period, but perhaps not original. $100 - $200
327 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     Iron front in original paint and MOP under a dark varnish layer. Original dial has been repainted. Minute hand is replaced. Original label missing gone. Movement is signed New Haven, though the clock may have been sold through the American Clock Co., New York, NY. $100 - $200
328 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., novelty clock, 30 hour time only movement in a cast metal case resembling the front of locomotive complete with cow catcher and red glass lens, c1920     metal case is in good overall condition with a nice patina. Gold paper dial is in very good condition. Movement back may be missing. Movement ticks and stops. Sold "as is". $100 - $200
329 P (hilip) Barnes & Co., Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has small chip on the base, repair on the door cross strip and at the top left chimney. Gilt and faux grained columns have some wear in the middle area. Original plaster and gilt splat has scattered wear to the gilding. Original tablet has some restoration. Clean label. Original painted dial is fairly clean for its age. Original hands. Ball feet have been regilded. A nice example of this style of case in better condition than usually found. $200 - $300
330 Poljot (Russian) marine chronometer in box with brass corner hardware, two day fusee movement with spring detent escapement, serial 01285     box refinished and with added plaque, gimbal dislodged, glass broken, staff broken, good escape wheel and detent, for parts or restoration $200 - $400
331 R. W. Patterson & Co., Toronto, Canada West, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement column & cornice shelf clock. This clock was made by Seth Thomas and sold by the Canadian retailer.     Refinished mahogany veneered case has some veneer loss on the base and the top cornice. Original painted dial has minor wear at the winding arbors and mounting pins. Very nice pair of original tablets. Original hands. Clean label inside. $150 - $250
332 Ralph L. Holman, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. Mr. Holman was a friend of the late Wayne Cline who made many reproduction clocks.     Mahogany case in nice condition in original finish. Original tablets, dial, pendulum and hands. The movement is die stamped E. O. Stennes / Weymouth / Mass. although poorly stamped. The cast eagle finial was also the type used by Stennes and Campos. The dial glass is broken. $350 - $500
333 Reproduction Locomotive Clock: Detailed brass metal train model based on French Industrial series from the 1890s, time and strike clock with aneroid barometer and alcohol thermometer, all atop a black slate base with train track. Second spring driven movement in base is meant to power the wheels of the train.     Clock ticks, but does not strike. Second movement to power the train's wheels will need attention. Sold "as is". $600 - $800
334 Reproduction, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Aaron Willard, Massachusetts shelf clock. The maker of this timepiece is unknown.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a shrinkage crack in the lower panel and the left side piece is slightly warped. Nice top glass, painted dish dial and hands. Front hung pendulum movement. $300 - $400
335 Robt. Foulkes, London, (signed on dial) mahogany bracket clock, case with brass feet and mounts, composite brass dial, blued steel hands, 8 day fusee timepiece movement     case with splits and minor losses, one foot loose, dial good, movement ticks. This clock is not period, but was made up of old parts during the 20th century $250 - $350
336 Rodney Brace, North Bridgewater, Mass Cornice and Full Column shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven time, strike and alarm movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case is in very good condition with very minor veneer loss at the rear of the cornice and on the two column fronts. The painted dial has horizontal loss. The hands are original. The original movement is Terry-style, not Torrington-style. Part of the alarm mechanism is missing as is the alarm bell on top of the case. The top door glass is original. The very attractive bottom glass has a horizontal crack and appears to be original, but has been out of the case. $350 - $450
337 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn. with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement shelf clock in a mahogany veneered case.     The case retains some original finish, The original dial pan has been repainted. The hands are original, but have been repaired. The bezel glass has age and is likely original. The movement is signed. This is a scarce model rarely found. $100 - $200
338 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime No. 95" shelf clock with an eight day spring driven time and Westminster strike movement (124A) chiming on rods, in a two tone mahogany veneered case with a silvered dial and raised bronze numerals.     The case is in excellent condition and retains its original finish. The dial and hands are original and in very good condition. The dials bears the name of Cowell & Hubbard which was Cleveland's premier jewelry store, founded in 1861. The movement is signed. $200 - $300
339 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Greek" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, lyre movement in a walnut case.     The case has been an older refinish. There are several areas of repair and some veneer lifting on the left hand side of the case. The original painted dial is in excellent condition except for an attempt to strengthen the ST trademark. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $200 - $300
340 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Newark" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with a patent (British) Winward's Alarm mechanism in a walnut case.     The case retains its original finish with some wear at the base and left side return. The paper dial is original with some wear. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original. The movement is signed. The Seth Thomas label has an overpasted label (worn) describing the Winward's patent. The patent modifies the movement to be a time and alarm movement which deploys an alternating alarm bell strike and hour gong strike when the alarm time is reached. This process can be activated or terminated by use of a lever mounted on top of the case. $150 - $250
341 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office 30 Day - Variant" wall hanging clock with a spring driven 30 day timepiece movement in an "old oak" case.     This clock has the exact same case as the "Office 30 Day" described in Tran Duy Ly's Third Edition Volume 1 (page 339) with the exception of the case top piece which is different. The case shows no evidence of ever having a different top piece. The case has a nice original finish. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The glasses are original. $350 - $500
342 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Ogden" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, lyre movement in a walnut case.     This case retains its original finish and is in excellent condition. The original painted dial is in excellent condition with only slight signs of wear. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The case is dated on the back side. The nickel pendulum bob is beautifully damascened The stenciled door glass is original. $250 - $350
343 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 5" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with the R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a polished walnut veneered case.     The case retains its original finish and is in excellent condition. The painted dials are in very good condition with minor in-painting to cover loss at the mounting holes. The hands are original. The calendar drum papers are original and nicely aged. The movement is signed. There are several interior labels. The case is dated July, 1884 (4881G) on the case back. $400 - $500
344 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Pittsburgh - VP" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case.     The case is in excellent condition with a very light finish. The dial has been repainted. The hour hand is original. The minute hand, while period, is slightly too long. The cut glass pendulum bob is in nice condition. The movement is signed. The glass is original. $250 - $350
345 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Queen Anne" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case retains a nice original finish. There is a small damaged area at the base of the block supporting the left hand column. There is also a small damaged area on the lower right hand side of the case, not visible from the front. The two lower finials are missing. The painted dial pan is a newer replacement. The hands are original with a repair to the minute hand. The door glass is old but has been out of the case. The movement is signed. $300 - $400
346 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Sharp Gothic" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with a Winward's (English) Patent Alarm mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The case retains some original finish and is in very good condition. The original painted dial is also in very good condition with minor flaking at the numeral "III". The hands are original. The case is dated on the back side. The movement is signed. The door glasses are both original. There is an excellent Seth Thomas label inside the case which is overpasted with a label stating "Winward's Grand Invention in Musical Double Alarum Eight-Day Clocks". $200 - $250
347 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Ships Lever" pilot house clock, cast brass case with mounting flange and screw on bezel, Arabic numeral silvered dial with large seconds at 6:00, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with steel pinions and lever escapement, now mounted to a purpose made stand     case polished, dial with minor marks and scratches, hands good, movement a bit dirty, and with a few minor stains, running, wooden base good $300 - $400
348 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, double wind spring driven, lever movement Ward room or engine room clock. The case and dial may have been made by the Foxboro Company with a movement supplied by Seth Thomas. They were a manufacturer of industrial control instruments.     Heavy cast brass case is tarnished and in need of a polishing. Original engraved brass dial has stains, some scratches and tarnish and is engraved "Albina Engine & Machine Works Inc. Portland, Oregon, U.S.A." it is also engraved "Foxboro Forboro, Mass., U.S.A.". Door glass has some surface scratches. $200 - $300
349 Seth Thomas Sons & Co., New York, New York, "No. 8002", "Rebecca at the Well", 15 day, time and strike spring driven movement figural mantel clock.     Cast spelter case has some small remains of original bronze finish. Original porcelain dial has a tiny chip in the center. Original hands. A palm leaf may be missing, but it is difficult to determine if there ever was one. Movement is signed. $200 - $300
350 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a couple small chips on the base and the dust cover is missing on the back of the case. Original stencils, tablet, dial with some stains at the winding arbors. Hands and movement original. Overall a very nice example. $250 - $350
351 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. Part of side piece that makes up the feet were saved and new individual feet were glued on to complete the repair. There have been repairs to the skirt. Original painted dial has soiled areas and some wear to the numbers. Finials are modern replacements, but proper S. Thomas style. Tablet has been restored. Correct movement by Seth Thomas. Darkly stained, but readable label inside the case. $300 - $400
352 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. Both scroll tips have been repaired. Original feet with a repair to a crack in the left side foot and the tip on the front skirt. Original handsome painted dial is in nice condition. Tablet is redone and finials are modern and not proper Seth Thomas style. Correct movement by Seth Thomas. A door knob had seen added. Original pendulum and hands. Clean label inside. A nicely appearing example. $300 - $400
353 Sperry & Shaw, New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike spring fusee bevel front Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1850     Refinished mahogany veneered case has a small veneer chip on the base, small damage a the upper left corner, small chip on the upper right corner and a veneer repair just above the door handle. Original painted wood dial is warped and cracked at six o'clock with scattered paint loss. Original hour hand. Minute hand of the correct type looks modern. Original acid etched and cut glass tablet. The finials have age, but may be replacements. Dark, but readable stained label has some loss. $250 - $350
354 Sweden, a large, carved and gilt cartel clock, the case decorated with classically inspired ornament, Roman numeral white painted dial with cast brass bezel, ornate pierced and chased hands, spring powered, 8 day, time and strike movement with silk thread suspension     gilding dirty, with restoration and overpaint, finial with losses to carving, bezel painted gold, bezel glass cracked, dial with losses and touch up, hands good, ticks and strikes $400 - $600
356 Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case with applied gold decoration in original finish has some veneer loss on the base right side and couple small chips on the front. Original painted dial has a couple small areas of paint loss. Original hands. Dark label inside. Movement has original brass springs. The background on the door glasses has been restored. $150 - $250
357 United States Clock Company, New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     Cast iron front with MOP has some wear to the applied gold decoration, while some areas are hidden under a dark finish. Paper dial is a replacement. Original hands. $100 - $200
358 Unknown, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front mantel clock.     Cast iron case has lost most of its painted decoration on the raised areas and the painted scene is showing its age. The dial and bezel are old, but replaced. Ribbed plate movement is not marked. Replaced hands. $100 - $200
359 Unknown, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement "Diamond Head" banjo wall timepiece, copy of a Daniel Munroe original.     A well made copy of a Diamond Head banjo in mahogany in original finish. Whoever made the case was very talented. The painted metal dial has what looks to be a smoky stain on the outer edge and couple small stains. The stamped logo on the movement has been ground out, but it looks to have been made by Kilbourn & Proctor. The clock has a stamped E. O. Stennes lead weight, from another clock. No numbers or dates on case. The signed "Daniel Munroe, Boston" dial is wrong as it conflicts with throat glass that has the location correct. $1,200 - $1,500
360 Unsigned Gothic style iron front shelf clock, attributed to the American Clock Co., NYC, with a 30 hour spring driven time and strike movement in a painted iron case with MOP inlay.     The case retains some original paint. The MOP is in nice condition. The paper dial shows wear. The minute hand appears original. The hour hand is an old replacement. $150 - $250
361 Unsigned New Hampshire or Massachusetts 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece.     Refinished mahogany case has had some restoration. Someone in an attempt to tighten up the bottom box put screws into the glue blocks and filled the holes. There is a shrinkage crack in the head. The small wires that hold the throat glass at the bottom are missing. Both tablets are replaced. Original dial plate has been repainted. Hands and side arms are replacements. Movement is attached to the case with a screw through the backboard. The original latch for the bottom door has been replaced with a hook latch. $200 - $300
363 Vienna, Austria, Biedermeier mantel clock with grand sonnerie striking, fruitwood veneer case with ebonized trim and moldings, contrasting line inlay and brass mounts, resting on gilt paw feet, and supported on an oblong base with turned feet, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with date display, 60 hour, three train movement with silk thread suspension and mask pendulum     most brass mounts missing, finial short and with chip, minor veneer chips, dings and repairs, back door with split, gilt feet with overpaint, dial with minor losses to enamel, hands replaced, bezel glass with manufacturing flaws, ticks and strikes, minute wheel/ quarter snail will need to be reoriented to correct striking [simple for most repairmen] $300 - $400
364 W.S. Conant, New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG 4-column shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has small damaged veneer on the base and a couple chips on the top. Original painted dial is cracked across the center and reglued with some inpainting, loss and a little damage at the lower right side corner. Original tablet and hands. Original gong now replaced with a bell. Clean label inside. $100 - $150
365 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Dakota", 8 day, time and strike spring driven, lever movement black mantel clock. These clocks were bought by The Loheide Mfg. Co. and modified and sold as a "Trade Stimulator", - a gambling clock.     Black mantel clock in original finish has a long scratch on the base and a repair to a broken top right corner. Original paper dial has age darkened a little with some wear to the chapter ring. Original hands. Six original scarce tokens stamped: G. Arioly, Montpelier, VT. are included. The token is an award for a cigar. Most players when they inserted a coin won only one token while some others won two. These gambling clocks are rarely found. $200 - $300
366 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Kendall" wall hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike (cathedral gong) movement in an oak case.     The case now has a nice soft lustre finish. The painted dial is in nice condition with two minor areas of loss. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Overall a very good example of this model. $400 - $500
367 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Leipsic" wall clock, with walnut case, Roman numeral painted dial, fancy pierced hands, and 8 day, spring driven time and strike movement     case refinished, and with repairs and replacements to bottom trim, bottom finial replaced, dial with minor flaking, hands good, movement oily, ticks and dtrikes, would benefit from service, case back retains a partial label with the model name. $300 - $400
368 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     Cast iron front in original paint that has age darkened, but still quite good. Paper dial is replaced. Hands are probably replaced. Dark, but readable paper label inside. $150 - $250
369 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Sembrich", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement wall clock.     Refinished walnut case with remains of original finish inside. The case has a small ding at the upper right molding corner and a small piece of wood missing at the upper left side molding. Original painted dial has some staining in the center and at the winding arbors. Original hands and pendulum. Minute hand has been repaired. Partial label on the back. $350 - $450
370 Willard style, Boston, 8 day, weight driven, brass T-bridge movement Patent or Banjo timepiece in cross banded case.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has a ding to the bottom door veneer on the right side and some damage to the two bottom corners. The throat panel and dial are replaced. Both tablets are modern copies of Willard glasses. The hands are period, but probably not original to this clock. The best part of this clock is the early Willard T-bridge movement is attached to the case with through bolts. Period finial now gold painted. Nice old S-Hook weight. Early bottom door latched (opens with the winding key) . $300 - $400
371 William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Regulator No. 14" hanging clock with a weight driven 8 day timepiece movement with dead beat escapement and retaining power, in an oak case.     The refinished case has been restored with a replaced backboard and new bottom bracket. The original paper dial shows wear and some stains. The seconds bit hole has been slightly elongated. The hands are original. The door glass replaced. $500 - $700
372 William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., Gallia 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock.     Walnut case in original finish has some damage at the top right carving. Original paper dial has age darkened with some surface abrasion. Original hands. Original Gilbert indicator pendulum has some damage on the raised rim and the pointer has a broken tip. $100 - $200
373 William S. Johnson, 49 Cortlandt St., New York Double Steeple clock with an unmarked (probably C. Jerome) spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The door veneers may have been replaced some time ago and the case refinished. The upper door appears to have been fitted for a hinge (now missing), The painted dial is original with some loss and wear. The hands are original. The 4 finials are original. The top door glass is original, but the two painted tablets are replacements, $200 - $250
374 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Schwarzenbach, Germany, 8 day double fusee Westminster chime movement in a rounded Gothic style case on bun feet, with round silvered brass dial showing Roman numerals, c1900.     the case has a nice original finish with a few minor dings. Brass is showing through in several place on the silvered dial. The convex beveled glass is fine. Fusees with new nylon cord. Robust square movement with the W&H trademark chimes the quarter hours on coil gongs. Movement ticks and chimes, but was not tested long term. W & H had perfected a two train movement that could provide chimes on the quarter hours. $350 - $550
375 Clock and Anenometer- Junghans Vienna regulator spring driven wall clock and a Friez Instruments Baltimore glass encased anemometer.     sold "as is". Measurements are of anemometer. $200 - $300
376 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Observatory" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement with a simple calendar mechanism in an oak Case, c1913; (2) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., unidentified banjo clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany finish case. c 1925.     (1) The case retains some original finish. The case top is missing. The original painted dial is in good condition with some discoloration. The hands are original. The glasses are original with some loss; (2) The case has original finish. The porcelain dial is in good condition. The hands and glasses are original. Note: the dimensions are for clock number one. $200 - $300
377 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) an 8 day, time and strike, spring Vienna, hardwood case with turned ornament, Arabic numeral dial and brass pendulum; (2) a Gustav Becker "Freischwinger", walnut cased, with turned and carved ornaments, Arabic numeral square brass dial (uncommon) 8 day, time and strike movement     both cases with losses, both tick and strike, "Freischwinger", open well missing pendulum, Vienna dimensions listed. $250 - $350
378 Clocks- 2 (Two): Both Chelsea, the first a "Doric" model, polished case on a molded base with ball feet, 2 1/2" silvered dial, signed "Theodore B. Starr Inc., New York", 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, serial #62988, the other a "Wisteria", gilt case with engraved decoration, silvered dial with Arabic numeral and dot markers, gilt dauphine hands, and 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, Wisteria dimensions listed     Doric polished, dial with a minor marks at 6:00, running, Wisteria with minor dirt and tarnish at base, otherwise good, running $400 - $500
379 Clocks- 2 (Two) American crystal regulators: (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn. spring driven, 8 day, time and strike with visible escapement; (2) Unsigned, probably Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury Conn., 8 day, time and strike, with a visible escapement.     (1) Tarnished brass case. Porcelain dial is in good condition, as are the beveled glasses. The pallets are steel; (2) Darkened lacquer on the brass case. Dials and glasses are in good condition, as are the red pallet jewels. Back door knob is missing. Both clocks sold "as is". $200 - $300
380 Clocks- 2 (Two) American Gingerbread shelf with calendar in oak: (1) Ansonia "Antler" with barometer and thermometer; (2) E. Ingraham unknown model with barometer     sold "as is". Both retain original finish, pendulums, hands. Original dials, but soiled. $250 - $350
381 Clocks- 2 (Two) American spring driven wall: (1) Seth Thomas U.S. Navy ship's clock in a phenolic case; (2) E. Ingraham "Yankee Clipper" banjo     sold "as is". $150 - $250
382 Clocks- 2 (Two) American, 8 day, spring driven hanging: (1) International Time Recording Co., Endicott NY with time recording punch mechanism; (2) Ingraham short drop octagon, time only     sold "as is". (1) appears complete; (2) dial replaced. Both in oak cases. $200 - $300
383 Clocks- 2 (Two) American: (1) Ansonia Clock Co., Brookline NY, "Prism" crystal regulator, 8 day time and strike, spring driven with visible escapement; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven CT, "Arnold" metal case mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike with porcelain dial.     (1) Glasses and dial are fine. Stone pallet jewels. One corner of the front door will need to be repaired; (2) Many hairline cracks in dial. Gong will need to be attached to clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
384 Clocks- 2 (Two) American: (1) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., "Union" model, 30 hour, time and strike brass movement cottage clock, c1850; (2) American Safety Razor Corp., 8 day, spring driven, lever movement "Every-Ready razor advertising wall timepiece, c1910     (1) Rosewood veneered case has lost its original finish, but otherwise in nice condition. Original painted dial has some minor loss at the mounting pins, a couple spots on the bottom edge and at the winding arbors. Minute hand is a replacement. Movement is signed; (2) Embossed steel dial has some kind of discoloration or damage on the left side of the dial. Corner spandrel area now painted green that may not be the original color. Original hands. $300 - $400
385 Clocks- 2 (Two) Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass. mantel: (1) 8 day, time and strike, tandem wind balance wheel rack strike movement in black slate case with red marble insets and incised gold accents, c1890; (2) 8 day, time and strike, tandem wind balance wheel rack strike movement in white onyx case with applied metal accents and fancy dial, c1890.     (1) This heavy case is in remarkably good condition with just a few tiny edge chips. The cream porcelain dial has one crack around the number 11. The beveled glass is fine. The clock strikes but does not tick; (2) White onyx case is in good condition with very few small edge chips. The cream colored porcelain dial with raised white numbers is nearly pristine, as is the thick beveled glass. The movement strikes, but will need service. Circular rear door is missing. Fragile and heavy for shipping. Dimensions provided are for white onyx clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $400
386 Clocks- 2 (Two) Boston Clock Co. Black Mantel: (1) 8 day spring driven movement with single arbor winding time and strike brass lever movement in black slate case with red marble accents, c1890; (2) 8 day spring driven movement with single arbor winding time and strike brass lever movement in black slate case, c1890.     (1) Slate case is in very good condition as are the dial and hands. Beveled glass as a small chip on the edge. Movement is signed. Rear spring barrel is numbered "8991 S "; (2) Case is in very good condition. Beveled glass and hands appear to be original. There is a small chip in the top of the porcelain dial. Movement is signed. The rear spring barrel is numbered "3756 S". Both movements tick and strike, but were not tested long term. $300 - $400
387 Clocks- 2 (Two) Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass. Crystal Regulators: (1) 8 day spring driven movement with single arbor winding time and strike brass lever movement, c1900; (2) 8 day spring driven movement with single arbor winding time and strike brass lever movement, c1900.     (1) Polished brass case is in good condition as are the beveled glass panels. Original porcelain dial has a faint hairline above the center arbor. Movement is signed and numbered "B 7117"; (2) Gilt case with some tarnish. Original porcelain dial is in very good condition as are the beveled glasses. Rear door knob is a replacement. Movement is signed and numbered "B 9641". $600 - $800
388 Clocks- 2 (Two) Boston Clock Co.: (1) Boston Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., "Crystal", 8 day tandem wind, time and strike movement with lever escapement, in a brass case with enamel dial showing Arabic numerals, c1890; (2) Boston Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., "Queen Anne" carriage clock, 8 day timepiece with platform escapement in a gilt brass case, with three beveled glasses and white enamel dial showing Arabic numerals, c1890.     (1) Case has some tarnished spots. Original enamel dial is perfect. Original hands. Beveled glasses are fine. Spring barrel cap is stamped: B8609. Movement is signed. The movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. (2) The case is dull, but in good condition. One side glass is cracked and will need to be replaced. There is a hairline crack bisecting the small enamel dial. The movement ticks, but was not tested long term. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
389 Clocks- 2 (Two) Brass & Glass: (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 200 EXTRA" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and gong strike with round brass movement, c1921. (2) Boston Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., "Queen Anne" carriage clock, 8 day, timepiece with platform escapement in a gilt brass case with three beveled glasses and white enamel dial showing Roman numerals. Dedicated on the back to "Jeannie", c1890.     (1) Solid brass case is in good condition Beveled glasses are fine. Original porcelain dial is very nice, but has one long hairline between the center arbor and the number 3. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. Ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. (2) Slight tarnish on case and front mask. The dial is in fine condition Very small chips to corners of two of the beveled glasses. The movement winds, ticks, and sets but was not tested long term. Dimensions provided are for the crystal regulator. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
390 Clocks- 2 (Two) Chelsea Clock Co: (1) "Comet", 8 day, timepiece with 2.75 inch dial in a bronze case with yellow brass cradle and spokes mounted to a mahogany base, c1960; (2) "Haley", 8 day, timepiece with 2.75 inch dial in a bronze case with yellow brass cradle mounted to a mahogany base, c1960     (1) Some degradation of the lacquer protecting the bronze case. Silvered dial is pristine, as are blued steel hands. Brass cradle has oxidized. Ticks, winds, and sets; (2) Slight mottling of bronze case finish. Brass cradle has light tarnish. Dial and hands are excellent. Ticks, winds, and sets. Dimensions provided are for the Comet. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
391 Clocks- 2 (Two) Chelsea: (1) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for Albert Dyke, New York, "Manhattan" instrument board clock, 8 day timepiece in a nickel case taking the form of a yacht wheel with 2.75 inch dial, serial number 573624, c1952. (2) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for Warner Instrument Co., Beloit, Wisconsin, 8 day, timepiece with a 2.75 inch dial, fitted to the top of a dark hardwood base inside of a brass case perhaps designed for an instrument panel or dashboard, serial number 38776, c1911.     (1) Overall very good condition. Light tarnish on case and faint spotting on silvered dial. The movement ticks, but was not tested long term; (2) Brass case has darkened, but is in good condition Silvered dial is tarnished somewhat. Movement ticks briskly. Sold "as is". $500 - $700
392 Clocks- 2 (Two) Chelsea: (1) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for The Cowell & Hubbard Co., Cleveland, "Doric", 8 day, timepiece with 2.5 inch silvered dial in a polished red brass case, serial number 160482, c1924.; (2) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Gothic", 8 day, timepiece with 2.5 inch silvered dial in a brass case with bronze finish, serial number 160078, c1924.     (1) Case is in very nice condition with a bright polish. Dial is pristine. Movement ticks, winds and sets. (2) The lacquer protecting the case is a bit pitted at the top of the case, but otherwise fine. The dial is in good condition The movement ticks, winds, and sets. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
393 Clocks- 2 (Two) Continental wall clocks: (1) Vienna regulator, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a walnut case; (2) French cartel clock, time and strike in a brass case     (1) original finish with some minor veneer damage and replaced finials; (2) oxidized case. Measurements are of the Vienna regulator. $300 - $400
394 Clocks- 2 (Two). Deck Clocks: (1) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "U.S. Navy, Mark 1 Deck Clock", 8 day, time only, spring driven movement ship's deck clock in a black phenolic case, serial number 303718, dated 1941; (2) Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, time only spring driven movement with center seconds, deck clock in a black phenolic case, serial number 423850, c1944, together with an incomplete Hamilton 22 chronometer and box.     (1) The clock is in nice condition for its age with some mottling of the case surface. Dial is very clean as this timepiece is wound and set from the back. Original hands with darkened luminous paint. Missing movement mounting screws. The clock ticks and stops; (2) Case surfaces is mottled. Dial is in excellent condition. Seconds hand may be replaced. Movement ticks and stops. Hamilton box missing top, movement missing balance cock and balance. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
395 Clocks- 2 (Two) Desk Clocks: (1) France, desk compendium with aneroid barometer and two thermometers, 8 day, time and strike balance wheel movement in a Rococo revival brass case holding a polychrome enamel dial; (2) Majak, USSR, desk clock with balance wheel movement in a Mid-century Modern cut and polished crystal case held by two curved supports mounted to a black plastic base.     (1) Case is in good condition. Cream and white dial with floral design has a crack near the number 3. Both Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometers are broken. Balance wheel staff is broken; (2) Cosmetically, the clock is in good condition. The movement is loose and does not tick when wound. Sold "as is". $100 - $200
396 Clocks- 2 (Two) Early Electric Desk Clocks: (1) General Electric Co., U.S.A., "Executive" plug-in digital clock with engraved brass front plate and rotating seconds wheel, minute, and hour drums, c1933. (2) ATO, France, electromechanical battery-powered desk clock in an inlaid burled walnut and rosewood case. Movement is stamped "Leon Hetot", who was an innovator in electric clock movements, c1925.     (1) Cracked back panel. New electrical cord has been installed. Missing hinge tab on top door. The clock was not tested. (2) Handsome Arts and Crafts style case with a few minor scratches and dents. Residue in back suggest that a battery may have leaked in the past. The clock was not tested. Sold "as is". $200 - $400
397 Clocks- 2 (Two) French Black Mantel: (1) 8 day time and gong strike spring driven movement mantel clock with Marti movement with visible Brocot escapement in black slate case with variegated pink marble accents; (2) 8 day time and gong strike spring driven movement mantel clock with black slate case and dark red marble inlay and trim.     (1) the heavy stone case is in nice condition with the marble inserts and somewhat faded gold scrolls. There are a few very small corner chips on the front bottom edge. The thick beveled glass and white enamel dial are fine. Red stone pallets are present. The round movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term; (2) black slate case is in good condition with the red marble inserts and faded gold scrolls. There are a few small corner chips on the front top edge. The beveled glass is fine. There are a few hairlines in the porcelain dial ring. The round movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
398 Clocks- 2 (Two) French black slate mantel clocks: (1) 8 day spring driven movement time and strike movement with count wheel and bell in a black slate case with marble accents and matching pair of side pieces; (2) 8 day spring driven movement time and strike movement with rack and snail strike in a black slate case flanked by metal lion figures. Movement has the Japy Freres Med. D'Honneur stamp.     (1) Slate case is in good condition with very small chips on outward facing corners. Dial and hands are in fine condition. Glass is a modern replacement. Movement is unsigned. Somewhat larger chips to edges of slate candelabra. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term; (2) Case has a couple of small chips on the edges. Beveled glass and dial are in good condition, though there is a large hairline crack in the porcelain portion of the dial. The hands are mismatched. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $350 - $450
399 Clocks- 2 (Two) French mantel clocks, count wheel and bell time and strike, 8 day, spring driven, black marble cases, porcelain and stone dials one signed "A. Joigny" and the other signed "Gve. Rey, Paris".     stone cases have small chips on the edges and corners. Dials are fine. One clock is missing its back door. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
400 Clocks- 2 (Two) French: (1) Lyre form time only mantel clock, white marble with gilt brass mounts, male faces and rooster heads on opposite sides, the top with floral finial. White enamel dial with polychrome floral pattern and faux winding arbor; (2) Brass time only mantel clock in the form of a truncated fluted column, wreath bezel surrounding a silvered dial with Arabic numerals, supporting a small eagle with wings outstretched.     (1) The push-to-set movement with seconds hand is a recent replacement. The marble is in good condition, though looks as though it was repaired at the center. Dial, hands, and gilt mounts are in good condition. Movement ticks and set, but was not tested long term; (2) Heavy brass case with nice patina. The eagle is probably a later addition. Movement is likely a replacement. Movement ticks and sets, but was not tested long term. Dimensions are for the lyre form clock. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
401 Clocks- 2 (Two) German and Swiss Mantel: (1) Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, 30 hour time only lever movement in a brass architectural case with jeweled spire and cream colored porcelain dial. (2) Swiss, 30 hour, 17 jewel time only movement in a brass case with claw feet, bowknot suspended trophy ornaments topped with a globe, holding a white polychrome dial with Arabic numerals.     (1) The case is in very good overall condition with some small dents to the edges. Jewels in spire have been reset. The dial and beveled glass are in excellent condition The clock ticks, but was not tested long term. (2) The case is in good condition Gold plate is uneven. The dial has many hairline cracks around the number 9 and is loose. Movement winds and ticks, but was not tested long term. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
402 Clocks- 2 (Two) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., time and strike, weight driven brass movement shelf clock: (1) 8 day, column & cornice, c1875' (2) 30 hour OG shelf clock, c1870     (1) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in an old finish. Original dial has been repainted. There are have been attempts to repair and stabilize the two original tablets. Gilding on the columns now gold painted. Clean label inside; (2) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has a small chip on the upper right corner and on the left side bottom. Original dial has been repainted. Original tablet, hands and movement. Measurements are for the largest clock. $300 - $400
403 Clocks- 2 (Two) Slave Clock and Clock Case: (1) The Prentiss Clock Improvement Co., New York, "Mill Gallery" slave clock, with 18 inch painted metal dial in an oak case, c1900; (2) Unsigned, possibly Self Winding Clock Co., New York, gallery clock case (only) with 16 inch opening in a dark oak case, c1900.     (1) Finger jointed oak case is in good condition with slight separation of joints on the front. The dial looks professionally repainted. A slave clock mechanism is present, but the hands are absent; (2) Large architectural case with many dings and scratches to the original dark finish. No movement, dial, bezel, or glass. Dimensions provided are for the case with no movement. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
404 Clocks- 2 (Two) Time Recorders: (1) English 8 day spring driven movement punch clock with jeweled lever escapement movement stamped "9887", dial signed "Gledhill-Brook Time Recorder, Huddersfield, Eng." in a walnut case, c1900; (2) Belgian pigeon timer by Plasschaert Freres, No. 3714, c1905.     (1) long split in top of mahogany case. Case is unlocked but key is absent. Clock ticks vigorously, but was not tested long term. Punch mechanism works, but ribbon will need to be replaced. Dimensions are for this time recorder; (2) Initials painted on outside of wood case. Duct tape applied to base of case. Comes with three paper rolls. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
405 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) a French cartel clock, ornate gilt case with foliate ornament, urn finial, and Green Man masks flanking the Roman numeral, white enamel dial, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement; (2) Silvered, repousse "shield" front wall timepiece, decorated with c scrolls, and tippling vintner at top, Roman numeral dial, and cow tail pendulum, 8 day Japy Freres movement, dimensions of cartel listed     cartel case dirty, finial loose, glass missing, dial with minor enamel losses, will tick and strike, incorrect pendulum, the other dirty and with bends, movement missing strike train, not original to this case, ticks $300 - $400
406 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) American Clock Co., 3 Courtlandt St., New York, shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a cast iron case with painted decoration and MOP inlay, c1860; (2) George B. Owen, 25 John St., New York. shelf clock with a spring driven timepiece movement in a painted cast iron case, c1860     (1) The painting and MOP inlay are still in good condition. The dial has been repainted. The hands are new; (2) The case paint and gilt trim have deteriorated. The dial has darkened with age. The hands appear to be original. There is a nice label insdie the case. Note: The dimensions are for clock (1) . $200 - $300
407 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) American Clock Co., New York, New York, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front mantel clock, c1865; (2) American Clock Co., New York, New York, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front mantel clock. Cast iron front made by N. Muller, New York, No. 42, c1865     (1) (2) Cast iron front looks to have a newer finish. Original paper dial has stains, some surface abrasion and minor wear. The hands maybe a replacement. Bottom access door is missing. Stained, but readable label inside. $200 - $300
408 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) American iron cased shelf clock with gold ornamentation on a japanned base and mother of pearl inlay with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement by Miles Morse, Jr., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., c1852; (2) Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn miniature OOG shelf clock with a 30 hour spring driven time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case with a Wm. B. Fenn tablet, c1845.     (1) There is some loss to the ornamentation. The MOP inlays are in good condition. The dial has been poorly repainted. The hands are original. The movement is signed; (2) The finish may be original. There is one small veneer chip on the base. The dial has loss at the four corners. The strike gong is missing. The hands are not original. The movement and alarm mechanism have brass springs. Both door glasses are original, The dimensions are for clock number 2; $200 - $300
409 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Versailles" mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a cast metal case, c1914. ; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Winnipeg" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case, c1885.     (1) Some of the original gilt finish remains. The porcelain dial has no hairline cracks but does have chips at the winding holes. The hands appear original; (2) The case retains some original finish. The top right return molding is partially missing at the wall end. The painted dial has flaking. The hands appear original. The door glass stencil is in good condition with some small area of loss. Note: The dimensions are for clock number; (2) . $250 - $350
410 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock, c1883; (2) American, 30 hour, time and alarm spring driven movement miniature cottage timepiece, c1865     (1) Refinished rosewood case has a couple dings on the round front molding. Original paper dial has age darkened a little with some wear and surface abrasion. Original hands and pendulum. Original tablet has some minor wear; (2) Walnut case in an old finish. Dial has been repainted. Original tablet. Period hands. Measurement is for the largest clock. $100 - $200
411 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, (rack and snail) movement with visible escapement in a marble case, c1904; (2) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., "Dawson" tambour mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a mahogany finished case, c1914.     (1) The marble case is in good condition with minor repair to the top molding on the left hand side. A fair amount of the gilt inlay remains. The porcelain dial is in very good condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. The rear door of the case is loose; (2) The case has its original finish. The porcelain dial is in very good condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. Note: The dimensions are for clock number (1) . $200 - $300
412 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Drop Octagon" wall clock with an 8 day spring driven time only movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1865; (2) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Round Head Drop" wall clock with an 8 day spring driven time only movement in an oak case, c1912.     (1) The case has been refinished some time ago and has a soft lustre finish. The original painted dial has been repainted. The hands are original; (2) The case has been refinished and shows some repair at the base. The dial, which has discolored, states the name of "Ford Toulson, Watchmaker & Jeweler, Woodstown" (New Jersey). The hands are original and the movement is signed. The dimensions are for clock number 1. $200 - $300
413 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Bradley & Hubbard, West Meriden, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock; (2) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock.     (1) Iron front case in nice condition. The decoration on the front has a little wear at the upper door latch and some loss to the color on the flowers. Original paper dial has some yellowing and surface abrasion. Period hands. Clean label inside; (2) Iron front case in nice condition with just a little loss at the door latch. Original painted dial has loss at the winding arbors and near 2 o'clock. Original hands. $100 - $200
414 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) American kitchen clock, time, strike and alarm weight driven movement with reverse painted tablet; (2) Bradley Manf'g. Co., Southington, Conn. cottage clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1855.     (1) the original dial has some touchup and the tablet is repainted. (2) The case has been refinished and has minor veneer loss along the base. The painted dial has had restoration and now shows loss at the winding holes. The hands are replaced. The upper and lower door glasses are original. The lower glass has been redone with black paint. Note: both clocks have the same dimensions. $200 - $250
415 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn. Steeple clock with a spring (brass) driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood and mahogany veneered case, c1850; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn. Steeple clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850.     (1) The case has been refinished and is in very nice condition with no veneer loss. The dial has been repainted. The hands, correct in style, are of a later period. The top door glass has age. The bottom tablet is a nicely done proper replacement; (2) The case has been nicely refinished and shows no veneer damage. The original painted dial has restoration. The hands are original. The movement still retains one original brass spring. The upper door glass is a replacement and the lower tablet is a proper style nicely done replacement. Note: The dimensions are for clock number 2. $250 - $350
416 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., miniature OG shelf clock with spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., miniature OOG shelf clock with a spring (brass) driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1848.     (1) The case has been refinished with some veneer repair to the banding. The original painted dial shows some wear at the winding hole and dial pan screws and retains a faint signature, The tablet, showing some wear, is original; (2) The case retains some original finish. The dial has had restoration. The hands are replaced The top door glass is old while the tablet is a modern replacement Note: Both clocks have the same dimensions. $200 - $300
417 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Briggs Rotary Model No. 3, 30 hour, spring driven movement rotary pendulum novelty timepiece; (2) Seth Thomas' Sons, New York, New York, 14 day, spring driven movement candlestick timepiece.     (1) Original painted wood base has some minor loss in the groove for the dome. It looks like a small piece of sheet tin has been placed behind the original dial pan. The brass dial bezel is missing. The paper dial looks to be original with stains and abrasions. Minute hand is missing; (2) Original wood base looks it may have been repainted at one time. The base also has dings on the edge. The candlestick has some scattered loss. Original porcelain dial has a slight damage at the winding arbor. Original hands. Pendulum is original to the movement. With domes $300 - $400
418 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Falka", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement shelf clock, c1885; (2) Forestville Mfg. Co., (J. C. Brown), Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG shelf clock, c1845     (1) Walnut case in original finish. Original painted dial has some wear to the numbers. Original hands, tablet and glass center Welch pendulum. Label on the back; (2) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a small chip on the door and a repair on the lower left side. Original painted dial is very clean with faint remains of company name signature. Original hands and tablet. Clean label inside. Measurement is the largest clock. $200 - $300
419 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "No. 23", day, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement kitchen clock, c1900; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Reflector", 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement kitchen clock, c1910.     (1) Refinished pressed oak case in nice condition except for the piece that holds the dial plate. There are cracks and damaged areas from the extra holes that have been drilled in the dial pan. The original dial paper has age darkened along with discolored areas and surface abrasion. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. Partial label on the back; (2) Pressed oak case in an old and possibly original finish. Original paper dial has stains and has age darkened. There is scattered wear to the nickel plating on the dial pan. The tablet appears replaced. Original hands and pendulum. Partial label on the back. Measurement is for the largest clock. $150 - $250
420 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1825; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG shelf clock, c1855     (1) Mahogany & mahogany veneered case has repairs to both scrolls. The feet, front skirt and center cross strip have been replaced. Original painted dial is soiled and worn with scattered paint loss. Original hands. Original tablet has significant loss, but restorable. Finials are replacements. Dust panel on the back of the case is missing. Dark, stained label inside. (2) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in original finish has some loss on the front band corners. Original painted dial is nice for its age. Minute hand is a replacement. Period mirror, but perhaps not original. Clean label inside. Measurement for the largest clock. $200 - $300
421 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) English, 8 day, spring fusee brass movement postal or wall timepiece, c1890; (2) French, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement inlayed wall clock, c1840     (1) Refinished oak case in nice condition. Original painted dial has been repainted and has some paint lifting near 12 o'clock. The box behind the dial has been replaced. Original hands. The movement is stamped "R M S" with a rose engraved above the letters. (2) Inlayed mahogany case in an old finish has a couple seam cracks in the veneer at the top corners. Silvered engraved brass dial in nice condition. Original hands. $300 - $400
422 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) English, walnut cased Regency bracket clock, 8 day, time and strike double fusee brass movement, dial signed Bankman, London, c1830; (2) English, 8 day, time and strike double fusee brass movement bracket clock, c1860     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a wood strip missing on the front corners. The side panels have veneer damage and are cracked at the carrying handles. The back door has damage on the top cross strip. Fabric behind the brass grills is missing. The supporting base for the movement is new. Original painted dial has scattered areas of paint loss. The dial looks to have a surface coating that has turned yellow over time. Minute hand is missing and the hour hand is a Conn. shelf clock replacement; (2) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a small veneer piece missing on the right edge, the right bottom corner, a couple shrinkage and hairline cracks in the veneer. There is a little damage at the right side movement support screw. Original painted dial is now has a modern paper dial pasted over. Front door lock is missing. Fabric behind the brass side grills is missing. The supporting base for the movement is new. Hands are modern and too short. Measurement is for this clock. $500 - $900
423 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) German, the polished pewter, art nouveau style case with figure of Chronos with his hourglass and scythe and 8 day Junghans timepiece movement, (2) Arts and crafts style, with hammered and cast Sheffield plate case, Arabic numeral metal dial, and French 8 day timepiece movement     pewter case with tarnish, repairs to scythe figure loose, movement cover missing, movement loose, not running, the other with bends and dents, some plating worn to copper, running $200 - $300
424 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Germany, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Vienna regulator wall timepiece, c1900; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 30 hour, spring driven, lever movement novelty timepiece, c1890.     (1) Vienna, this case would have originally been with dark finish, now refinished to a honey color. The bottom bracket has been broken and repaired. The door has shrinkage cracks at the top and bottom. The veneer on the backboard is damaged in several places. Original porcelain dial has hairline cracks near 12 o'clock. Original hands. Pendulum rod has paint loss. Top + bottom finials missing; (2) Cast metal case retains some of its original gilding. Original paper dial has age darkened. Original hands. $150 - $250
425 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Curfew" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and half hour strike movement in an enameled wood case, c1914; (2) Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Curfew" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and half hour strike movement in an enameled wood case, c1900.     (1) The case, dial and hands are all in good condition. The movement is signed. ***Please Note: The mainspring on the time train is broken. Do not wind the clock.***; (2) The case is in good condition with some areas of loss and abrasion. The dial and hands are original, however the dial shows significant wear and discoloration. The case backboard is missing and the left rear foot is missing. The dial glass is missing as is the pendulum The movement is signed. $100 - $200
426 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Gilbert Mfg. Co., New York, shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a cast iron case with gilt and painted design, c1860; (2) Unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a cast iron case with gilt and painted design, c1860.     (1) The case front design is still in good condition. The dial may be a replacement. The hands are original. The bezel glasses are original; (2) The case front gilt and painted design are still quite strong and in nice condition. The case is stamped "PCF" on the back side. The dial bezel glass is missing. The hands are original. The paper dial shows wear. Note: Both clocks have the same dimensions. $250 - $350
427 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Jeromes & Darrow, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (2) Daniel Pratt, Jr., Reading, Mass., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half clock and splat shelf clock, c1838     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some repairs on the door and a repair to the right chimney. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Mirror is old, but a replacement. Dial has been poorly restored. Key escutcheon replaced; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case has had a lot of restoration. Large part of the door has new veneer. The dial has been poorly repainted. Tablet is modern. New weights. Chimneys are damaged and the splat is fiberboard. $150 - $250
428 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Modern reproduction Vienna Regulator, German 3-train with weight driven time train; (2) Western Union Self-Winding Clock Co gallery clock 15" dial     both are in very good condition. $300 - $400
429 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "No. 1 Timepiece Regulator" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and simple calendar movement in a walnut veneer case, c1895; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Eclipse Regulator" Made for the American Wringer Co., New York with a spring driven, 8 day time and simple calendar movement in an oak case, c1900.     (1) The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial has loss in several areas. The hands are original. The door glasses are original. There is a nice label on the back of the case; (2) The case has lost its finish. The original paper dial shows wear. The hands are original. There is a nice label on the back of the case. The door glass with stenciled "Regulator" lettering may be replaced. Note: The dimensions are for clock number; (2) . $250 - $350
430 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 23", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock, c1913; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Tory", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement mantel clock, c1913     (1) Brass case in nice condition with remains of polishing compound. Original porcelain dial has a small chip at the slow/fast arbor. Original hands. The left glass panel is a replacement and not beveled glass. The other beveled glass panels are fine. The French mercury pendulum is not original to this clock as American crystal regulators used faux mercury pendulums. Movement is signed; (2) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a couple small scratches to the finish. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Movement is signed. Size is for the tallest clock. $150 - $250
431 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Octagon Top" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement (round style) in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., "Octagon Top " shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement (lyre style) in a rosewood veneered case, c1865.     (1) The finish is largely gone from the case and there are several areas of veneer loss. The dial has been repainted and the "ST" hands are original. Both door glasses are original. The lower glass has been redone with black paint. The pendulum bob is new; (2) There is some original finish left and veneer issues in several locations. The dial has been repainted. The "ST" hands are original. The pendulum bob is new. Both door glasses are original with the lower tablet in very nice condition. Note: Both clocks have the same dimensions. $200 - $300
432 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Omaha", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement city series shelf clock, c1887; (2) American Clock Co., New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock, c1850     (1) Walnut case in original finish with some dings and scratches. Original painted dial has three small areas of loss. Minute hand maybe a replacement as it is a little short. Original tablet. The tips on the top rail look to be replacements; (2) Cast iron front with some remains of the original gilding in the crevices. Original paper dial is stained with surface wear and abrasion. Minute hand is a replacement. Dark, but readable label inside. Measurement is for the largest clock. $150 - $250
433 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Victoria" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case. c 1879; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 5" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement and R. T Andrews perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case, c1896     (1) The case is in good condition with original finish. The original painted dial shows some restoration. The hands appear original. The door glasses are original; (2) The case has lost its original finish, The original painted dials are in good condition with loss only at the mounting screws. The hands are original The dimensions are of clock number 2. $400 - $500
434 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., cottage clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1875; (2) Unidentified American cottage clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a walnut case, c1870.     (1) The case has its original finish. There is minor veneer damage on the lower left return. The dial has been repainted, The hands are original. The upper door glass and lower door glass (mirror) are old and may be original. The gilt trim pieces around the glasses show wear; (2) The finish is mostly gone from the case. The painted dial appears original with minor loss at the mounting screws. The hands are replaced. The door glass with its gilt design on a black background is old and likely original. Note: The dimensions are for the larger clock (Number 1) . $100 - $200
435 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Terhune & Edwards, New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement iron front shelf clock, c1865; (2) Terhune & Botsford, New York, New York, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron front with MOP shelf clock, c1850.     (1) Painted iron front case has some wear to the gold painted areas, some paint loss on the bottom center front and at the bottom access door and some fading loss to one small flower spray. Original paper dial has age darkened and surface abrasion. Original hands. Label inside; (2) Iron front case in nice condition under an aged original finish. The are some scattered small pieces of MOP missing on the outer edge. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hands. Glass in the dial door is missing. Small latch on the bottom door is missing. Label inside. $100 - $200
436 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1850; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Round Gothic or beehive clock, c1845     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a couple veneer chips on the base and a small repair at the top front. Original painted dial is soiled with some loss at the winding arbors. Hands replaced. A very nice original Wm. B. Fenn tablet. Dark, but readable label inside; (2) Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. The dial section of the door has some shrinkage cracks to the half round molding. Original painted dial is soiled, has loss, and someone has applied gold paint to the outer edge. Original hands and acid etched and cut glass tablet. Dark but readable label with some loss inside. Measurement is for the largest clock. $150 - $250
437 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron case with MOP shelf clock; (2) Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement iron case with MOP shelf clock.     (1) Cast iron case in very nice condition in original finish. Original dial has been repainted. Period hands. Glass is missing on the dial door. Clean label inside; (2) Cast iron case in original finish has a couple very small pieces of Mother-of-pearl missing near the upper door latch. A couple small paint chips on the case. Original dial has been repainted. Minute hand is a replacement. Movement is signed. $200 - $300
438 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Townsend, 23 John St., New York, 4 Column shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven time and strike movement (Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn.) in a NY Style case of mahogany and rosewood veneer, c1845; (2) Sperry & Shaw, 10 Courtlandt St., New York, 4 Column shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven movement in a NY style case of rosewood veneer and grain painted columns, c1845.     (1) The case has been refinished. There is minor veneer loss and damage in several areas. The wooden dial has a horizontal crack on the left hand side. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glasses are original; (2) The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial shows some discoloration. The hands are period and likely original. The door glasses are period but may have been out at some point. $200 - $300
439 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Unknown, Massachusetts, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. (2) Unknown, Massachusetts, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece in gilt case.     (1) Mahogany case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the bottom door. Someone changed the position of the hinges on the bottom door to the outside and added hinges to the throat frame. The dial door is broken in two places. One sidearm is missing. Period dial is not original and has an extra winding hole. Hands are modern. Both tablets are replacements. (2) Mahogany case in an old finish. The gilding on the doors and bracket has scattered wear. Throat glass is a replacement. Bottom tablet is old, but also a replacement. One of the balls on the bottom bracket is missing. Finial plinth is replaced. Original dial is in poor condition. Hands included (not in photo) look to be period, but the minute hand is broken. $250 - $350
440 One clock only- French gallery clock, 8 day, time and strike movement with gesso ornamented bezel     sold "as is", not running. $200 - $300
441 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Toulon", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock, c1907; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 60", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator mantel clock, c1907     (1) Gold plated cast brass case has been rubbed down to the copper layer on the base and in places on the top curved molding. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Pendulum is French, not original as American crystal regulators did not have mercury in tubes. Right beveled glass panel has a corner chip. The left glass panel is chipped on the bottom edge. The other two panels are fine; (2) Gold finish case has scattered tarnished areas. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Brass dial bezel is cracked at 3 o'clock. All the beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. $100 - $200
442 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Observatory", 8 day, spring driven movement wall regulator, c1913; (2) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator E", 8 day, spring driven movement wall regulator, c1908     (1) Pressed oak case has been refinished. Original paper dial is stained and has age darkened. Original hands and pendulum. The advertising on the bottom glass is old, but it is hard to determine its age; (2) Refinished pressed oak case has residue of the original finish in the recesses. There is a little damage on the top molding in a couple places. Paper dial looks to be an older replacement. Original hands. The "Regulator" name on the bottom glass is not original. $150 - $250
443 Clocks- 2 (Two): Both Vienna regulators, the first with veneered walnut case, ogee bottom bracket, door with applied half columns, arabic numeral silvered dial with sunk center, blued steel hands, and 8 day, quarter chiming, weight driven movement, the other with walnut veneered case, gadrooned bracket, door with applied half columns, and crest with carved and turned elements, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement, dimensions of larger clock listed     the first missing crest, minor veneer damage, dial with minor darkening, ticks and strikes, the other with veneer repairs, finish with scrapes and losses, dial and hands good, ticks and strikes, both for restoration, sold as is $400 - $600
444 Clocks- 2 (Two): Both Vienna regulators, the first with walnut case and ebonized accents, incurved bottom bracket with gadroon, door with nicely carved half columns and bevelled glass, frieze with applied carving below a projecting cornice, and with carved crest, Roman numeral white enamel dial, pierced hands, and 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement, the other with walnut veneered case, ribbed bottom bracket, door with applied half columns, and two part crest with carved and turned ornament, Roman numeral white enamel dial, pierced hands, and 8 day, weight driven, time and strike movement     the first clock with repairs to case, veneer losses, and split at top of door, and other minor damage and losses, movement ticks and strikes, the other with minor marks and dings, movement ticks and strikes, both for restoration, sold as is $500 - $750
445 Clocks- 2 (Two): Both with nautical theme, the first signed "Lawson & Son Paris", brass trimmed, black slate base supporting a brass anchor encircled by rope, and with 8 day timepiece and barometer, both with white enamel dials, and rectangular plaque engraved "Vigilant", the other also with brass trimmed, black slate base supporting a brass anchor and 8 day timepiece with white enamel dial, the bezel with ships wheel surround, dimensions of larger piece listed     slate with minor flakes, engraved plaque replaced, polish residue, brass with minor bends, timepiece - barometer missing thermometer, Lawson running, the other with good staff $400 - $600
446 Clocks- 2 (Two): The first a silver cased carriage style clock, with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1905, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day French timepiece movement with lever platform, the other an "Octavia Watch Co." Swiss movement paperweight clock, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, brass hands, and 8 day timepiece movement, first clock dimensions listed     carriage clock running, case with tarnish, dial with a few hairlines, paperweight clock not running, good staff, gummy, dial with minor hairlines and loss to luminous compound, case with minor dings and scratches, glass good $300 - $400
447 Clocks- 2 (Two): The first an ebonized, three train Austrian bracket clock with mock pendulum, Joseph Kamlosy, ebonized rectilinear case on brass ball feet, composite dial with Roman numeral, arcaded chapter ring, brass movement with verge escapement, striking the full quarters on two bells, c1785, the other possibly Swiss, rosewood case with painted decoration and brass trim, Roman numeral white enamel dial, unusual brass fusee timepiece movement with pinwheel escapement employing a steel cylinder from which the pallets are formed, c1800, bracket clock dimensions given     not running, bracket clock missing chime control, hands missing to subsidiary dials, 2 time hands replaced, the other clock in need of escapement and case work, both require restoration $400 - $600
448 Clocks- 3 (Three) 8 day time only wall clocks: (1) Waltham mirror clock with 37- size twin spring car clock movement, c1925; (2) E. & A, Ingraham, Bristol, CT gilt wood gallery clock, c1852; (3) Waterbury "8 Inch Octagon" wall clock with balance wheel escapement, c1875     (1) nicely matched wood grain and carved molding, the mirror shows some small tarnish spots, a presentation plate was removed from the bottom, and the the minute hand is absent. It sets but does not wind. Size: 47 x 11.5 in; (2) new section of backboard, but otherwise looks original with a signed dial and considerable wear to the gilding. Original hands. Case diameter 16 in; (3) some darkening to dial. The label on the rear has been preserved with a layer of tape. $300 - $400
449 Clocks- 3 (Three) American Mantel: (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury Conn., crystal regulator, 8 day time and strike, spring driven movement with simulated mercury pendulum in case with wooden top and bottom; (2) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury Conn., "Unity", 8 day time and gong strike, spring driven movement shelf clock in a walnut case; (3) William S. Johnson, NY, OOG mantel clock, unsigned 30 hour time and strike weight-driven movement in a mahogany veneered case.     (1) No glasses on side or rear of crystal regulator. Wooden parts are scratched; (2) Rear label is mostly complete. Clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term; (3) Some missing veneer and damage to door. Dial is a paper replacement. Case has been refinished. Door glass and pendulum bob and modern replacements. No weights. Dimensions shown are for the OOG clock. All clocks sold "as is". $150 - $250
450 Clocks- 3 (Three) Black Mantel: (1) French, mantel clock, time only, spring driven movement in a black slate case with gray marble insets, c1880; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., NY, "Boston Extra" mantel clock, 8 day time and strike, spring driven movement in a black enameled iron case with applied gilt ornaments and fancy dial, c1904; (3) Ansonia Clock Co., NY, "Calais" mantel clock, 8 day time and strike, spring driven movement in a black enameled iron case with applied gilt trimmings and verde bronze fluted columns, c1904.     (1) The black slate case is complete but the surface is cloudy. Porcelain dial, beveled glass and hands are in good condition. Pendulum is absent. The movement ticks, but was not tested long term. Ht 10in; (2) Case is in good overall condition with some chips to the black enamel finish on some edges. The dial is a new paper replacement. The clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. Ht 11.5 in; (3) Case, dial, and hands are in good condition. The clock suffers from a sloppy paint job on the applied gold ornaments. The clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. Dimensions provided are for the "Boston Extra". All clocks sold "as is". $250 - $350
451 Clocks- 3 (Three) Carriage: All French, all with brass cases, white enamel dials, 8 day, timepiece movements, two with cylinder escapements, one with lever escapement, one with later polychrome enamel panels     cases tarnished, one with chips to glasses, all with good staffs, none running, one with replaced platform, one with broken mainspring, all need service $300 - $400
452 Clocks- 3 (Three) carriage: France, the first with Corniche case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, and 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, the others in similar cases, also with enamel dials, and 8 day time and alarm movements with lever platforms, and with their outer cases, striking clock dimensions listed     striking clock functioning correctly, two cases with dirty and tarnish, some glasses with damage, one clock with alarm running, neither alarm working, boxes with wear and losses $400 - $500
453 Clocks- 3 (Three) Desk and Novelty: (1) American Clock Co., Chicago, mantel clock, 8 day time only, spring driven movement in an inlaid mahogany case with white enamel dial showing Arabic numerals, c1930; (2) J. Oswald, Germany, "Sheik" rotating eye novelty clock of a seated figure with large earrings and turban with outstretched arms, c1950; (3) E.N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., "Little Corinne" miniature carriage clock, 30 hour time only movement in a nickel case with white enamel dial, c1889.     (1) Finish on mahogany case has alligatored a little. Scratches on the back side of case and a separation on the front. Small scratches to the enamel dial. Movement ticks; (2) Original surface intact with some wear to the high spots and outer edges. The end of one index finger is broken and the hand has been glued. Painted pupil of one eye is chipped. Tray that the figure once held is missing. Oswald logo on the bottom. Movement ticks, but was not tested long term; (3) Case is tarnished. Top glass is loose. Dial, glass, and hands all appear to be original. Movement will need service. $400 - $600
454 Clocks- 3 (Three) English & Anglo-American: (1) English, 8 day time only dial clock with robust spring driven movement fusee movement in a walnut case with painted metal dial signed "Stephen Jones, Lampeter" (Wales) ; (2) Anglo-American, 8 day time and strike, spring driven movement in a carved walnut case; (3) Anglo-American, 8 day time and strike, spring driven movement in a rosewood veneer case.     (1) The dial appears repainted. The brass bezel has some tarnished areas. The wood bezel surround and case have some spits and small losses. Missing door latch; (2) Nicely carved case front. The side door has been repaired with a wooden cigar box panel. The painted metal dial is starting to flake. Movement is likely a New Haven as it has a New Haven pendulum; (3) The case has some veneer loss. The dial is a paper replacement. Side door is missing. Dimensions provided are for the veneer cased clock. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
455 Clocks- 3 (Three) European mantel: (1) French time and strike mantel clock in green onyx case; (2) Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, time and strike mantel clock in black marble case; (3) French time only figural clock with child figure     (1) Case has been repaired at corners. Back door glass is missing; (2) Case has been repainted; (3) Case has missing paint. Front glass is cracked. No pendulum. $200 - $300
456 Clocks- 3 (Three) French time and strike clocks: (1) porcelain case with Marti count wheel and bell striking movement; (2) wood case portico clock marquetry and detailed case bezel and pendulum with bell striking movement and white enamel dial both; (3) cast iron wall clock with Japy Freres movement which strikes on a gong.     (1) Missing rear door; (2) Pendulum hook will need to be repaired. Some hairline cracks in dial; (3) Case has some rust spots, missing minute hand. $300 - $400
457 Clocks- 3 (Three) German Bracket: (1) German for Kents' Limited, Toronto, bracket clock, 8 day, time & Westminster chime in round top mahogany case with subsidiary indicators for chime and fast/slow adjustment, c1910; (2) German, bracket clock, 8 day, time & Westminster chime playing on coiled gongs by a second spring driven movement in an oak case, c1910; (3) German, carriage clock, 8 day time only movement with enamel cartouche numerals in the style of a late 16th century clock.     (1) The case has its original finish, and the thick beveled front glass is fine. The silvered dial is tarnish in spots with scratches around the winding arbor holes. The square unsigned movement ticks and chimes, but was not tested long term; (2) the oak case has many areas of lost finish. Wood panel behind the dial is cracked. A large element on the top of the clock is missing. The movement will need attention; (3) Tarnish on case. Mainspring will need attention. Sold "as is". $350 - $450
458 Clocks- 3 (Three) Gilt European: (1) France, figural mantel clock, 8 day time only balance wheel movement in a gilt cast brass and spelter case depicting a man with gardening implements and bagpipes with a white porcelain dial surrounded by laurels. (2) Mauthe Clock Company, Germany, miniature cartel clock, 8 day time and bim-bam bell strike in a gilt brass cartouche case. (3) France, mantel clock, 8 day time only balance wheel movement in a gilt cast brass and spelter case topped by Cupid with his bow with a white porcelain dial with Roman numerals.     (1) Case has its original gilding worn in some spots. The white dial is in excellent condition. Front glass is missing. The unsigned movement will need servicing. (2) Bezel glass is missing. Dial, hands, and case are in good condition Movement strikes, but does not tick. (3) Case is in nice condition with a small chip on the back left leg. The Cupid figure looks to have been painted. Bezel is loose. Bright miniature movement ticks but was not tested long term. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
459 Clocks- 3 (Three) Mantel: (1) American, Mission oak shelf clock, 8 day time and strike, c1910; (2) Junghans, Germany, 8-day time & quarter strike bracket clock in a mahogany case, c1915; (3) German, modern bracket clock with floating balance movement in a walnut case, 1976.     (1) Case appears complete with original fumed oak finish. Original hands. Applied metal numerals have tarnished. Fragments of a label on back. Door latch is incomplete; (2) Mahogany case has a nice finish. Brass and silvered dial in good condition with original hands, bun feet and finials; (3) Walnut case, floating balance German-made movement and bim bam strike. $150 - $250
460 Clocks- 3 (Three) spring driven wall: (1) E. Ingraham "Crown Drop" premium model hanging gingerbread made for W. A. Edwards Co., time, strike and alarm; (2) Waterbury hanging gingerbread, time and strike; (3) Handing clock with bird's eye maple case and Baird movement     sold "as is". (1) split in crest; (3) missing glass over dial. The top of this curious case is very similar to Yale Clock Co. advertising miniature "grandfather" clocks. The impressed initials on the lower case - O J C. & Co. (or J. O. C. & Co.) appears professional. Whether a custom case with a Baird movement or a scarce Baird product, we cannot say. $300 - $400
461 Clocks- 3 (Three) wall clocks: (1) E. Ingraham "Hartford" time only with calendar, pressed oak case; (2) German R/A spring driven in carved walnut case; (3) Smiths, London dial clock     sold "as is". (1) replaced dial; (3) repainted dial, no glass. Dimensions are for (1): $200 - $300
462 Clocks- 3 (Three) Wall Clocks: (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Delaware", time only miniature banjo clock with lever movement in a mahogany case with glasses featuring George Washington and Mt. Vernon, c1954; (2) The Horolovar Co., New York, " Dickory, Dickory, Dock" novelty clock, 8 day, time only German balance wheel movement, c1970; (3) Hubert Herr, Triberg, Germany, for Welby Corporation, cuckoo & quail wall clock, 30 hour weight-driven in a carved wood case, c1965.     (1) a few small nicks to finish of the mahogany case. Nice silvered dial and rear label. Movement ticks, but was not tested long term; (2) This reproduction has a nice original dark finish, and the mouse is complete with its tail. The balance wheel movement ticks when wound; (3) Many scratches to wood finish. Both birds present with articulating wings and beak. Bellows have been restored. Sold "as is". $350 - $500
463 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) a diminutive Morbier movement in sheet iron case, Roman numeral enamel dial, 30 hour, weight driven time and alarm movement; (2) a German picture frame clock, ebonized frame, stamped brass dial surround with Gothic arches and musicians, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 30 hour, weight driven time, strike, and alarm movement; (3) German shield clock, porcelain front with enamel landscape and foliate ornament, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 30 hour, spring driven time and strike movement, dimensions of picture frame clock listed     (1) Morbier dirty, bell replaced, will tick; (2) picture frame clock case with splits and break, dial surround dirty, replaced weights, chains may or may not be correct, pendulum replaced; (3) shield clock missing pendulum and side door, dial with chips, will tick, striking not functional, all clocks will need restoration $300 - $400
464 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "8 Inch Octagon Lever" wall clock with a spring driven 30 hour lever timepiece movement in an oak case, c1880; (2) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "12 Inch Oak Lever" wall clock with a spring driven, 8 day lever timepiece movement in an oak case, c1914; (3) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "8 Inch Oak Lever" wall clock with a spring driven, 8 day lever timepiece movement in an oak case, c1906.     (1) The case may have been refinished some time ago and now has a soft lustre appearance. The original paper dial is in very good condition with age darkening and some wear. The hands are original; (2) The case has its original finish. The hands are original. The original painted dial is in good condition but has a darker varnish appearance. There is a nice label on the back of the case; (3) The case has original finish. The original paper dial is in very good condition with some age darkening. The hands are original. $250 - $350
465 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in an oak case, c1910. ; (2) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Parisian - Walnut" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with a simple calendar mechanism in a walnut case, c1885; (3) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "No. 503" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a black walnut case, c1886.     (1) The case has been refinished at some point. One side molding has detached and is inside the case. The paper dial may be a later replacement. The hands are period and may be original; (2) The case retains its original finish, The left side lower finial and both upper finials have been broken and are now shortened. The dial and hands are recent replacements. The original door glass is nicely stenciled (3) The case has lost its finish. The dial may be a replacement. The hands are original. The colored, stenciled door glass is original and in very good condition with only minor loss. Note: The dimensions are for clock number; (3) . $300 - $400
466 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement cottage clock, c1850; (2) Unknown, probably Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement cottage clock, c1850; (3) Unknown, possibly C. Jerome or J. C. Brown, 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement cottage clock, c1850.     (1) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has small piece of veneer missing the upper right corner. Original gold decoration is worn in a places. Original painted dial is soiled with scattered loss. Movement is mounted a seat board screwed to the backboard. Minute hand is a replacement. Movement is signed; (2) Painted and decorated softwood case in original finish has age darkened, but still nice. Original dial has been repainted. Hands replaced. Door glass is cracked; (3) Mahogany veneered case in nice condition in original finish. Original dial looks repainted. Original brass springs. Original hands. Measurement is for the largest clock. $100 - $200
467 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Empress V.P." shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1880; (2) Unidentified American Cottage clock, probably Waterbury, with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (3) The Terry Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., Cottage clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1870.     (1) The finish is original and the rosewood veneer is in very good condition. The paper dial has aged. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is new. The pendulum is an Ingraham and not original to this clock; (2) The case has been refinished. The painted dial is original with some loss, The door glasses are original with some loss on the lower glass. The hands may be replaced; (3) The finish is original as is the paper dial with some wear. The hands are original. Note: The dimensions are for clock number 1. $250 - $350
468 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., Beehive style shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case., c1860; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., Beehive style shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case., c1850; (3) William L. Gilbert & Co., Winchester, Conn., Beehive style shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1855,     (1) The case has veneer damage on the base. The painted dial has been roughly touched up. The hands are not original. Both glasses are old. The lower frosted stenciled decoration has been redone on an old glass. The pendulum bob is new; (2) The case has been refinished. The painted dial has had major restoration. The hands are new, as is the lower etched door glass; (3) The case has been refinished and has some veneer issues. The hands are original. The painted dial is original with some areas of loss. The upper door glass is old while the lower glass is a replacement. Note: All three cases have the same dimensions. $400 - $500
469 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1828; (2) Wells, Forbes, Bristol, New Hampshire, 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight wood movement bevel case shelf clock, c1842; (3) George Marsh, Winchester, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight driven, brass movement OG shelf clock, c1850     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the base. Repairs on the door cross strip and the top front edge. Splat is cracked and left chimney cap is damaged. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Mirror is a replacement. Original dial and hands. Movement was made by Samuel Terry; (2) Refinished mahogany case has some loss at the bottom front corners. Original painted dial is in good condition for its age with a little wear to the numbers. Hands are replacements. Original mirror; (3) Refinished rosewood and mahogany veneered case has a small repair at the lower right corner. Original wood dial is very clean with a little wear to the numbers. Original tablet. $150 - $250
470 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) French, 8 day, spring driven movement mantel clock. c 1900; (2) French, 8 day, spring driven movement 4-column Empire timepiece; (3) French, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement porcelain case mantel clock.     (1) Refinished mahogany case has a ding on the back edge. Original porcelain dial has hairline cracks at the winding arbor. Original hands; (2) Ebonized case has some shrinkage cracks to the veneer. The panel just above the columns is a replacement. The dial and movement is most likely a replacement as these cases usually have a pendulum movement. The porcelain dial has numerous hairline cracks; (3) Pretty chocolate colored case has some wear to the gilding on the molded base. The dial and movement may have been replaced in this case as the side pieces that hold the movement inside the case have been bent to shorten them and the rear door if original to this case was made for a lever movement. Dial in nice condition and original hands to the movement. Measurement is for the largest clock. $150 - $250
471 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1850; (2) Chauncey Goodrich, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1850; (3) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870     (1) Refinished mahogany veneered case in nice condition. Original dial has been repainted. The hands look to be replacements. The tablet is a nicely done replacement. Dark, but readable label inside; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case in nice condition with a small piece of veneer missing on base. Dial has been repainted. Period hands. Bottom tablet maybe a replacement; (3) Refinished rosewood veneered case in nice condition with some damage to the right finial tip. Original painted dial has some small inpainted areas. Original hands and tablet with some loss to the background. Clean label inside. $150 - $250
472 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Jonathan Frost, Reading, Mass., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement OG side and cornice top shelf clock, c1830; (2) Jerome & Co. (New Haven Clock Co.), New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement column clock, c1865; (3) Birge, Peck & Co., Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement column & cornice shelf clock, c1850     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the OG sides and cornice top. Original painted dial has some wear to the numbers. Original hands and top glass. Dark, but readable label inside the case; (2) Mahogany veneered case in original finish with some scrapes to the faux tortoise shell columns. Original tablet has some loss. Original painted dial has some loss and wear to the numbers. Original hands; (3) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has some veneer loss at the cornice and some wear to the finish on the columns. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some loss at the mounting pins. Original hands, and tablets with some scattered loss in the center tablet. Dark but readable label inside the case. Measurement is for clock No. 3. $150 - $250
473 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Derby", 8 day, time, strike and alarm shelf clock, c1880; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm movement small OOG shelf clock with brass springs, c1850; (3) Bradley Manf'g Co., Southington, Conn., 8 day, time and strike cottage clock     (1) Refinished walnut case in nice condition. Original painted dial has a couple chips in the center area. Original hands, pendulum and tablet; (2) Mahogany veneered case in original finish with a couple repairs to the outer banding on the case. Original painted dial has a little inpainting at the winding arbors and near left side mounting screw. Original hands. A very nice Wm. B. Fenn tablet. The separate alarm is missing. The signed movement has original brass springs. Measure is for the largest clock. (3) the case retains its original finish. There is some flaking around the center arbors. The tablet has been reblacked. $150 - $250
474 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Orrin Hart, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight "groaner" wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (2) Jeromes & Darrow, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (3) Unknown, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a small chip and repair on the base, a repair on the middle cross strip and on the top strip. Mirror is a replacement. Dial glass is broken. Original painted dial has scattered paint loss. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Original hands; (2) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has a small chip on the base and some damage to the edges of the chimney caps. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Original painted dial, hands and mirror. Clean label inside the case; (3) Mahogany & mahogany veneered case in original finish has veneer loss on the base and bottom right block. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Original mirror is damaged on one edge. Original painted dial and hands. Most of the label is gone. $200 - $300
475 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Pomeroy & Parker, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple shelf clock, c1850; (2) C. Boardman & J. A. Wells, Bristol, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike spring driven, fusee movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1845; (3) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1850     (1) Rosewood veneered case with remains of an old finish. Old dial has been repainted, and may not be original plate. Period hands. Original tablet. Label with some stains; (2) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has a repair on the base, some small veneer loss at the top of the door and case. Both finials have slight tip damage. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some loss at the mounting pins. Original hands and tablet. Clean label inside; (3) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has some loss on the base. Both finials have some tip damage. Original painted dial has age darkened with loss at the mounting pins and at the winding arbors. Hands are correct style, but replacements. Original tablet. Dark label inside. Movement has original brass springs. $200 - $300
476 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 96", 8 day, time and strike Westminster chime spring driven movement mantel clock, c1913; (2) Daniel Pratt & Sons, Reading, Mass., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement round top shelf clock, c1870; (3) American, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement column shelf clock, c1860     (1) Mahogany inlayed case in original finish has some minor dings and small rough area on the top back edge. Original silvered dial has some surface tarnish. Original hands; (2) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has scattered wear to the wood door bezels and the gilt columns. Original paper dial has age darkened with some surface wear and a small paper chip. Original hands and tablet. Clean label inside; (3) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some scattered small loss on the flat areas surrounding the OG molding. The veneer on the base is missing. General loss on the gilt columns. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting pins. Hands look original. Original tablet has scattered loss. Label is missing. $100 - $200
477 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, spring driven movement drop octagon wall timepiece, c1910; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1850; (3) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1870     (1) Walnut and walnut veneered case in good condition in original finish. Small damage on the bottom tip, under the knob of the bottom door and next to the top door hinge. One of the tabs that holds the glass in the dial bezel is missing. Original painted dial in poor condition. Original hands and tablet; (2) Rosewood and mahogany veneered case in original finish with some surface loss. Original painted dial has loss at the mounting pins and a couple other spots. Original hands; (3) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some damage on the front base molding and a shrinkage crack in the door. Original dial has been poorly repainted outside the chapter ring. Original hands. Mirror in the door is a replacement. Measurement is for the largest clock. $100 - $200
478 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) signed "Examined by Dent", lyre form mahogany case with leaf and patera inlay, Roman numeral white enamel dial, French 8 day timepiece movement with platform escapement; (2) an Austrian hook and spike wall clock, gilt bezel with foliate ornament, Roman numeral white enamel dial, and ornamental weight; (3) a small shelf or table clock, walnut veneer case with ebonized moldings, Roman numeral paper dial, 8 day timepiece movement     (1) Dent with minor losses to finish, a few bumps and dings, dial good, movement very dirty, not running; (2) Austrian wall clock good overall, hands replaced, pendulum replaced, counterweight replaced, movement very dirty, will tick; (3) shelf clock good, dirty, movement will tick $350 - $450
479 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Smith & Goodrich, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven, fusee movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1850; (2) Chauncey Boardman, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1850; (3) Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1850.     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer roughness on the right front molding. Original painted dial is soiled, wear to the numbers and some loss at the mounting pins. Original tablet and pendulum. The wood flange on the time side fusee cone has some damage. Hands are replaced. Clean label inside; (2) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the base and a small piece on the back edge. Original painted dial has loss and repairs. Original hands, pendulum. Original tablet that has some background loss. Alarm movement is missing. Clean label inside; (3) Mahogany veneered case has most of its finish gone. Dial has been repainted. Original tablet of Ballston, New York. Minute hand is replaced. Inside label has some loss. $150 - $250
480 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Lebanon" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1885; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Parisian" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a black walnut case, c1880; (3) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., unidentified shelf model with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with a simple calendar mechanism in a walnut case, c1885.     (1) The clock has its original finish and is in nice condition. The paper dial appears to be replaced. The hands are period. The two drop finials are missing. The pendulum is a replacement. The stenciled glass is original; (2) The case has been refinished. The original paper dial has darkened with age. The hands are original. The stenciled glass is original; (3) The case has been refinished. The original paper dial is in good condition with minor wear. The stenciled glass is a replacement. Note: The dimensions are for clock number 2. $300 - $400
481 Carriage clocks- 4 (Four): One Waterbury time and strike with hour repeating, brass case with beveled glasses, Roman numeral white enamel dial, a "Plato" clock made in Germany for the Horolovar Clock Co. with brass case, and two German carriage clocks, both timepiece with alarm, one with brass case and beveled glasses, Arabic numeral silvered dial, the other with nickel plated case and Arabic numeral enamel dial, dimensions of Waterbury listed     cases dirty, not running, all with good staffs, all need service $250 - $350
482 Clocks- 4 (Four) (1) Wm. L. Gilbert & Co., Winsted, Conn. Cornice and Column shelf clock with a weight driven 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1865; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn. Cornice and Column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case with gilt columns, c. 1865; (3) Wm. L. Gilbert & Co., Winsted, Conn. Cornice and Column shelf clock with a weight driven 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1865; (4) Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn. Cornice and Column shelf clock with a weight driven 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1860.     (1) The cornice parts need to be reglued and the cornice mounted on the case. There is some veneer damage along the base. The case retains some original finish. The dial and hands are period. The two door glasses are very nice with some loss to the middle glass; (2) The gilt columns have been painted. The finish is original. There are numerous veneer chips along the top and bottom of the case. The dial and hands are period; (3) There is veneer damage in several areas. The dial and hands are original. The door glasses are all original with some paint loss on the center glass; (4) The original finish has been over coated with a darker stain or finish. There are some areas of veneer chipping. The columns have finish damage at the top and bottom areas. The dial and hands are original, though the dial has considerable loss. The door glasses are original and in excellent condition. The dimensions are for clock number 3. $400 - $600
483 Clocks- 4 (Four) American shelf and a case only: (1) cottage clock, 30 hour; (2) Seth Thomas 30 hour time and strike; (3) &; (4) Ansonia 8 day, time and strike, cabinet clocks; (5) Seth Thomas case only with dial     One Ansonia cabinet missing dial and hands. $300 - $400
484 Clocks- 4 (Four) American spring driven gallery clocks: 2 (Two) Seth Thomas double sided; Seth Thomas single sided 30 day duration; Sessions in a carved oak case     sold "as is". Both double sided clocks are missing one dial and one has a repainted case. $400 - $500
485 Clocks- 4 (Four) American wall hanging spring driven: (1) early Waterbury calendar with day, date and month with beveled front; (2) Ansonia "Office Regulator" with second's bit; (3) partial Baird case and Baird movement; (4) Gilbert long drop octagon     sold "as is". (1) painted dial flaking; (3) Baird is parts clock only $300 - $400
486 Clocks- 4 (Four) American Wood Case: (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement cabinet clock in oak case with applied metal griffin ornaments, c1892; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Congressional Line", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement cabinet clock in oak case, c1895; (3) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Festus", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement gingerbread clock in oak case, c1906; (4) Forestville Manufacturing Company, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight-driven OOG clock in rosewood veneer case, c1850.     (1) Original finish is slightly alligatored in spots. Dial, glass, and hands in good condition (2) Two large cracks run through the front. Newer pine board added to base. Celluloid dial is cracked but complete. Original hands. Complete paper label inside rear door; (3) Top of case was split and repaired leaving a missing chip of wood on the right side. Inner brass dial ring is missing. Original fancy pendulum; (4) Dial is somewhat faded. Pendulum bob not correct. Weights are mismatched. Large inner label is mostly complete. Table is poor replacement. $300 - $400
487 Clocks- 4 (Four) carriage: France, all with glazed brass cases with 8 day timepiece movements, three lever and one cylinder platform, three with white enamel dials and blued steel hands, one marked "John Wanamaker Philadelphia New York Paris", another marked "A. Stowell & Co., Inc., Boston", and one marked Elgin, dimensions of largest clock listed     cases dirty and with tarnish, some glasses damaged, all running $300 - $400
488 Clocks- 4 (Four) French mantel: (1) carriage clock, time and alarm with leather covered case; (2) carriage clock, time and strike; (3) black marble with visible escapement; (4) bow front time and strike crystal regulator with mercury pendulum     sold "as is". (1) alarm hand missing; (2) hands are loose; (4) movement is loose and not anchored in case and missing a hand. Measurements are for; (4) . $250 - $350
489 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) a miniature cartel clock, rococo style gilt brass case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 8 day timepiece movement; (2) a chatelaine style clock, gilt brass case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 8 day timepiece movement with cylinder platform; (3) a small, hanging or desk clock, turned brass case, Roman numeral white enamel dial with date display, 30 hour timepiece movement; (4) a small, hanging clock, turned white marble case with gilt mounts, Arabic numeral dial, and 8 day timepiece movement, dimensions of cartel style listed     clocks dirty and with losses, (1) cartel style and; (3) hanging/ desk model running $300 - $400
490 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) American, Unknow, 30 hour, time and alarm spring driven movement miniature sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1870; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1870; (3) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1870; (4) Wm. L. Gilbert & Co., Winsted, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement sharp gothic or steeple clock, c1860.     (1) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in original finish has some damage on the base and a couple veneer chips on the door. Original painted dial has scattered paint loss. Original tablet. Replaced hands; (2) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some loss on the base and the upper right front molding. Original painted dial has minor loss at the winding arbors. Original tablet has been poorly restored. Clean label inside; (3) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has a couple small veneer chips on the molding and a small chip on the door. Dial looks replaced. Period hands. Tablet is replaced. Clean label inside; (4) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case has been nicely restored. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some minor loss at the winding arbors and mounting pins. Original hands and tablet. Dark but readable label inside. Measurement is for the largest item. $150 - $250
491 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Drop Extra Calendar", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement William A. Terry's Patent calendar wall clock, c1877; (2) Gilbert Mfg. Co., Winstead, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven, Galusha calendar drop octagon wall clock, c1867; (3) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement drop octagon wall clock, c1870; (4) E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement drop octagon wall clock, c1860     (1) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some nicks on the edge of the dial door and a couple chips on the bottom door. Drop finials are replacements and the wrong design. The bottom bracket looks to be replacement as it is a different design. Original painted dial is very clean with some wear to the numbers. Original hands and tablet; (2) Rosewood veneered case with remains of original finish has some veneer chips in a couple places in the octagon section, minor loss on the door and three small pieces on the slant bottom. Dial has been repainted. Calendar hand looks to be a replaced. The other hands look to be original. The bottom door tablet is worn with loss of background. Clean label inside case; (3) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in nice condition with some small veneer damage on the slant bottom. Original painted dial in nice condition with minor loss at the mounting screws. Original hands and tablet; (4) Rosewood veneered case has minor veneer loss at a couple corners of the octagon, couple chips on the door and a few chips on the slant bottom. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with minor loss at the mounting screws. Original hands. Tablet glass is not original. Clean label inside. Measure is for the largest clock. $300 - $400
492 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG shelf clock, c1850; (2) Sperry & Shaw, New York, New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OG shelf clock, c1845; (3) E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OOG shelf clock, c1860; (4) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement OOG shelf clock, c1850     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the outer veneer band. Original tablet has repairs in the center area. Original painted dial has some loss to the printed spandrels. Hands look to be original. Clean label inside the case; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case has small chip on the upper left OG molding and on the top right side. Original painted dial has soiled areas and some wear. Original hands and tablet with minor loss. Dark, but readable label inside the case; (3) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss, minor repairs and age cracks in the outer veneer band. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands and tablet. Nice label inside the case; (4) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in an old finish in nice condition. Original painted dial has some wear at the winding arbors and the mounting pins. Original hands and tablet with loss. Dark, but readable label inside the case. Measurement is for the largest clock. $150 - $250
493 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., "beehive", 8 day, time and strike with etched glass tablet; (2) New Haven "Winetka" miniature banjo; (3) New Haven figural desk clock; (4) Bulova musical alarm, c1975     sold "as is". (1) original finish nicely rubbed down with original tablet. The dial is repainted professionally; (4) music plays. $250 - $350
494 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., unidentified model shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an oak case, c1895; (2) Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Dove" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an oak case, c1900; (3) The E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., unidentified model shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a oak case, c1915; (4) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Henshaw" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in an oak case, c1906.     (1) The case has lost its finish. The dial and hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original; (2) The case has lost its finish. The dial and hands are both original. The stenciled door glass is original; (3) The case retains a very dark but original finish. The original paper dial shows wear and discoloration. The hands are correct; (4) The case retains a dark original finish. The are several areas in the top piece where horizontal cracks have been repaired. The dial and hands are original. All four clocks have the same dimensions to within 1 inch. $200 - $300
495 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "Small Gothic" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1855. ; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Sharp Gothic" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a rosewood and mahogany veneered case, c1870; (3) F. Kroeber, New York, "Patrol" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1888; (4) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Racer" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in an imitation walnut case, c1891.     (1) The case is in good condition with original finish, painted dial, hands and door glass. 2) The case has been refinished The painted dial and hands are original, The finials may be replaced. The door glasses are original; (3) The case has been refinished. The paper dial and hands are original as is the stenciled door glass. Very nice original Kroeber glass front pendulum; (4) The case has been refinished and is missing part of the right rear leg. The paper dial and hands are original. Note: The dimensions are for clock; (3) . $250 - $350
496 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Mystic", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Adamantine celluloid finish) mantel clock, c1898; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Clay", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Adamantine mantel clock, c1906; (3) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Adamantine mantel clock, c1906; (4) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement Adamantine mantel clock, c1900.     (1) Adamantine case in very nice condition has a small chip just above the left foot. Embossed metal dial has been nicely cleaned. Original hands; (2) Adamantine case in nice condition with three small wear spots on the top and a couple small chips on the back edge. Original paper dial has darkened a little. Original hands; (3) Adamantine case in nice condition has a small piece missing on the front bottom corner near the dial and slight damage at the lower right on the base. Original paper dial has age darkened with some small stains. Original hands; (4) Adamantine case in overall very nice condition Original paper dial has some minor stains at the the winding arbor. Original hands. $150 - $250
497 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" Reproduction wall hanging clock with a weight driven timepiece movement in an oak case, c1978; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "12 Inch Drop Octagon Calendar" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with a simple calendar mechanism in a recently grain painted (over mahogany) case, c1900; (3) E. N. Welch Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Conn., "Donita" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half-hour strike movement in a walnut case and manufactured for the Metropolitan Manufacturing Co., New York, c1885; (4) National Self-Winding Clock Co., Champaign, Ill., unidentified wall model battery clock in an oak case, c1905.     (1) This clock was part (number 414 out of 4,000) of a reproduction run for this model by the Seth Thomas Clock Co. in 1976 in celebration of the Nation's Bicentennial.The clock is in excellent condition but does not have a weight; (2) The case has recently been grain painted. The dial has been repainted and the hands, while correct in style, appear to be later replacements; (3) The case has been stripped and refinished. The painted dial and hands are original. The stenciled door glass is correct for this model, but is a newer replacement; (4) The case has lost much of its original finish. The painted dial is in good condition and the hands appear to be original. Note: The dimensions are for clock number (1) . $400 - $500
498 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., OG shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850; (2) E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., OOG shelf clock with an eight day weight driven time and strike brass movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1880; (3) Union Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Conn., OG shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1845; (4) R. Blakeslee Jr., Plymouth, Conn., OG shelf clock with a 30 hour weight driven time and strike brass movement (with Davies 1846 Patent Lever movement) in a mahogany veneered case, c1848.     (1) The case is in very good condition. The original painted dial shows some loss at the attachment pins. The hands are original as are the door glasses, the bottom tablet by Wm. B. Fenn; (2) The case has veneer repairs and has been refinished. The painted dial is in good condition. The hands are period. The door glasses are replaced; (3) The case has minor veneer damage along the base. The hands are original and the original painted wood dial in very good condition. The top glass is new. The bottom glass by Wm. B. Fenn is original. The movement is signed; (4) The case has minor veneer damage toward the bottom. The painted dial and hands are original. The door glasses are original, with the lower decalcomania glass has some deterioration. It shows the U. S. Capitol with Charles Bulfinch's original dome before the current larger dome was added during Lincoln's administration. The movement is signed Davies Lever Patent - 1846. $300 - $400
499 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Unidentified maker novelty cast metal case clock with 30 hour backwind timepiece movement, c1900; (2) Miniature steeple clock by Fynetone Co., Lansdale, PA; (3) American Clock Co.,, 3 Cortlandt St., NY, "Lion Head" model shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in a spelter case (no. 30) by Nicholas Muller, c1870; (4) F. Kroeber, New York, "China No. 20" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a china case, c1898.     (1) The plated metal case shows reliefs of Wagner and Beethoven. The dial and hands are in nice condition; (2) The two rear finials are missing. The porcelain dial has several cracks; (3) The case has been repainted. The original paper dial shows some wear and has age darkened, The hands are original. The case is signed "N. Muller, NY. No. 30"; (4) The case is in nice condition with no chips or cracks. The dial and hands are original. The movement is a Seth Thomas No. 89 Eclipse. Note: THe dimensions are for clock; (3) . $250 - $350
500 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Whither" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an enameled iron case, c1896; (2) Unidentified French mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a marble case, c1890; (3) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Dover" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in an enameled iron case, c1904; (4) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and hour strike movement in an enameled iron case, c1900.     (1) The case back is missing. The movement is signed and has a rack & snail strike. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. The case has been refinished and the feet and side ornaments repainted; (2) The case is in good condition with a normal amount of wear. The porcelain dial is in good condition with no hairlines or chips. The ornamentation has been repainted. The hands are original; (3) The case shows enamel loss at several locations and has no back door. The original paper dial has darkened and stained with age. The hands are original; (4) There is enamel loss in several areas. The dial may have been repainted. The hands appear original. Note: the dimensions are for clock number; (2) . $300 - $400
501 Clocks- 5 (Five) kits for reproduction skeleton clocks by John Wilding, 8 day and a large scale project clock.     sold "as is". We cannot verify the kits are complete. $300 - $400
502 Clocks- 5 (Five) short drop spring driven wall clocks: (1) Ansonia, time only; (2) Waterbury, time only; (3) New Haven, time and strike; (4) Seth Thomas, time only; (5) Seth Thomas, time only     sold "as is". (1) &; (3) are missing upper glasses. $350 - $500
503 Clocks- 5 (Five) The Horolovar Co., "Ignatz" novelty or "Crazy" clock     Sold "as is" in various states of condition. $300 - $400
504 Clocks- 5 (Five) The Horolovar Co., "Ignatz" novelty or "Crazy" clock     Sold "as is". One in original box with paperwork is disassembled. $300 - $400
505 Clocks- 5 (Five) wall, spring driven: (1) German R/A; (2) Black Forest wag on the wall with gilt dial surround with eagle in picture frame; (3) Mission oak with stylized hands; (4) Vienna regulator; (5) French walnut case with fluted columns     sold "as is". The clocks are in good condition; (1) has split in top and veneer issues; (4) is missing lower finials. Measurements are of (1) . $300 - $400
506 Clocks- 5 (Five): 3 (Three) French time, strike and alarm carriage clocks, one signed "Geo. W. Chatterton, Springfield Ills" and 2 (Two) Waterbury time and strike repeating carriage clocks, one with alarm and one signed "Minneapolis Heat Regulator Co., Minneapolis, Minn."     sold for parts or repair. Clocks are mostly complete. Some are missing hands and glasses. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
507 Clocks- 5 (Five): 4 (Four) carriage clocks including, Waterbury and three French, one with alarm, and a German anniversary clock     sold "as is". Dome is unbroken. One carriage clock has a paper dial. $300 - $400
508 Clocks- 5 (Five): Four paperweight clocks, one an 8 day "Hebdomas", another 8 day Swiss with brilliant set bezel, a 30 hour Swiss with Arabic numeral enamel dial, a New Haven, and a heart shaped "Lenox" with quartz movement     two paperweights with large chips, all with good staffs, one running, the others will need service, functionality of quartz movement unknown $300 - $400
509 Clocks- 5 (Five): The first probably Chauncey Goodrich, ebonized, rectilinear case with mother of pearl, gilt and polychrome ornament, Roman numeral painted dial, 8 day, time and strike movement, the next probably by Jerome, rosewood veneered case with gold moldings, Roman numeral painted dial, 8 day, time and strike movement, the third a Waterbury cottage, softwood case with mahogany veneered front, Roman numeral painted dial, 30 hour timepiece movement, the next a Jerome cottage case and dial, door glass with decorative painted dial surround, and an unidentified 30 hour timepiece with applied composition ornament, dimensions of Goodrich listed     for parts or restoration $300 - $400
510 Clocks- 6 (Six) American Gingerbread in oak case, time and strike: (1) New Haven "Mayor" with alarm with patented removable top; (2) Gilbert with alarm and pendulum with regulator; (3) Waterbury with alarm with floral motif; (4) E. Ingraham "Dewey" model with eagle pendulum (partial) ; (5) Gilbert "Navy No. 28" with alarm; (6) Sessions in dark oak case     sold "as is". (1) missing two carved rosettes; (2) missing minute hand; (3) label present; (4) missing pressed wood likeness of Admiral Dewey; (5) nice label; (6) dial dark $300 - $400
511 Clocks- 6 (Six) French and German Desk and Wall: (1) France, mantel clock, 8 day time only platform movement in a red wood case with Asian inspired design; (2) Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven clock in a oak case with silvered metal dial; (3) France, desk clock, 8 day, time only with a cylinder escapement in a walnut and mahogany veneered case with white paper dial; (4) Germany, desk clock, 8 day, time only in an inlaid mahogany case with white enamel dial; (5) France, "Montana" desk clock, 8 day, time only balance wheel movement in a Mid-Century Modern figured veneer case; (6) Germany, wall clock, 30 hour time only, spring driven in a dark wood case with metal columns and spandrels with a white enamel dial featuring a star of David and numerals in Hebrew.     (1) The movement and dial are loose in the case. Minute hand will need to be reattached. Polished movement ticks when wound; (2) Case is in good overall condition Dial has some tarnish and scraped areas; (3) Good condition with some small stains on the dial. Movement ticks when wound. (4) Bent front foot. Some stains on the dial. Movement does not tick; (5) Attractive wood case resting on nickel base. Veneer is in good condition. Movement ticks when wound; (6) Case is chipped at the bottom. Missing element on the top of the case; $200 - $300
512 Clocks- 6 (Six) Gingerbread, time and strike, 8 day, spring driven, 3 (Three) with alarm. Makers include Seth Thomas and Waterbury. Also included in this lot are 6 (Six) wall-mounted wood shelves suitable for displaying clocks.     clocks are mostly complete, but sold "as is". $300 - $400
513 Clocks- 6 (Six) spring driven wall and one barometer: (1) Seth Thomas "World" 15 day duration; (2) German box clock time and strike; (3) German R/A time and strike; (4) Astral, Coventry English postal clock; (5) Seth Thomas lobby clock 15 day duration; (6) Welby German 20th century; (7) Aneroid barometer, mercury thermometer and hygrometer     sold "as is". (1) missing dial glass and second's hand; (3) case needs reassembly and some parts missing; (5) missing dial glass $300 - $400
514 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1850; (2) Germany, Junghans, 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1870; (3) Jerome & Co., New Haven, "Rocket", 30 hour, spring driven movement octagon top timepiece, c1870; (4) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1880; (5) Henry Sperry & Co., New York, New York, 30 hour, spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1860; (6) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 30 hour spring driven movement octagon top cottage timepiece, c1880     (1) Painted soft wood case has been restored. Original painted wood dial some minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands. Unique upside down movement has brass springs. Glass tablet has been poorly restored; (2) Ebonized case in good condition. There is a little joint separation at the top. Original painted dial has some discoloration at the winding arbor. Original hands. Original tablet has some scattered loss to the background; (3) Zebrawood veneered case in an old finish. Original dial has been repainted. Replaced hands. Original tablet has some minor background loss. Stained partial label inside; (4) Refinished rosewood veneered case in nice condition. Original painted dial has some wear and some minor loss at the winding arbor, mounting pins and in the center. Hands look to be replaced. Original tablet; (5) Original faux painted case in nice condition. Original signed painted dial in good condition. Original tablet. Period hands. Clean label inside. A good example of this scarce cottage clock; (6) Refinished mahogany veneered case has a veneer repair on the base and left side front molding. Original painted dial is discolored with some minor loss at the top edge. Hands are not original. Original glasses with loss in the center area of the bottom glass. Clean label inside. $150 - $250
515 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and alarm spring driven movement miniature steeple clock, c1865; (2) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, spring driven movement steeple form cottage timepiece, c1865; (3) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 30 hour time and alarm spring driven movement cottage timepiece, c1870; (4) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 30 hour, time and alarm cottage timepiece, c1870; (5) Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven, lever movement cottage clock, c1850; (6) Union Clock Co., 30 hour, time and strike spring driven movement cottage clock, c1870. Also included are two modern made clock shelves.     (1) Mahogany and rosewood veneered case has one small repair on the base. Original painted dial has minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands and tablet. A little damage to the right finial tip; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case. Original painted dial has some stains and minor loss at the mounting screws. Original hands. Tablet looks to be original; (3) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some small veneer chips on the base. Original paper dial has some minor surface wear. Original hands; (4) Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has some minor veneer loss on the base. Original paper dial has some wear and surface abrasion. Original hands; (5) Rosewood veneered case in what looks to be an original finish. Soiled original painted dial has some loss and is badly stained. Hands look to be replacements. Movement has one original brass spring; (6) This a German copy of an American cottage clock. Faux rosewood grained case has some evidence of worm holes. Original painted dial has some minor loss and wear. Original hands and tablet. Measurement is for the largest clock. $125 - $225
516 Clocks- 7 (Seven) American school house spring driven wall clocks including, Seth Thomas, New Haven with calendar, Welch "Axtell" with calendar, Ansonia, etc. and one Seth Thomas case and bezel only     sold "as is". Seven clocks with movements, only four with pendulums. $300 - $400
517 Clocks- 7 (Seven) American school house spring driven wall clocks including, Seth Thomas, Sessions, New Haven, Waterbury, Ansonia with advertising for "H.Z. Rhoads & Son, Lancaster PA", etc. including one case only in pressed oak with bezel     sold "as is". All have movements and pendulums. The Sessions is slightly larger and clean. $300 - $400
518 Clocks- 7 (Seven) mantel: 5 (Five) wood case tambour clocks, 8 day spring driven movement, time and strike with one 3-train chiming; 2 (Two) black mantel clocks, 8 day spring driven movement time and strike, one American and one German. Makers include Seth Thomas, New Haven, Sessions, Gilbert, and Hamburg American Clock Co.     mostly complete, but sold "as is". $200 - $300
519 Clocks- 7 (Seven): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, unidentified cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a wood case, c1890; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "OK" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a light wood case, c1884; (3) Jerome and Co., New Haven, Conn., unidentified cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (4) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "Rose Cottage" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (5) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour movement in a rosewood and mahogany veneered case, c1875; (6) Badenia Clock Manufactory, Bavaria, Germany cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a grained wooden case, c1870; (7) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn. cottage shelf clock with a spring driven time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1860.     (1) The case is in nice condition with gilt trim. The case does not open to the front. The hands are controlled from behind the movement much like an alarm clock. The dial and hands may be replacements; (2) The case finish has deteriorated. The dial and hands are original; (3) The case is in good condition. The dial is a replacement. The hands are original; (4) The case has veneer chips along the base. The painted dial is original with some loss. The hands may be replacements; (5) The case is in good condition and may have been refinished. The dial has been repainted. The hands are replacements. The glasses are original; (6) The case has been recently grain painted. The paper dial is new. The glasses have age and may be original. There is a nice label for this German Company inside the case; (7) The case has some original finish. There are veneer chips along the bottom of the case. The original painted dial has been covered with a new paper dial. The hands are recent. The door glasses are original. Note: The dimensions are for clock; (2) . $300 - $400
520 Clocks- 7 (Seven): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., Cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (2) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "Rocket" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in an oak case, c1870; (3) Unidentified cottage shelf clock (likely German) with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement, c1870; (4) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a grained wood case, c1870; (5) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "Rocket" shelf clock - case only; (6) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "rocket" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a grain painted case, c1870; (7) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Anchor" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870.     (1) The case has veneer loss in several locations. The dial has been repainted. The hands appear original. The door has been painted gold; (2) The case has been refinished. The painted dial is in good condition and the hands are original; (3) The case finish is original. The dial has been strengthened and the hands are replaced; (4) The case finish is likely original. The newer paper dial has been put over the original painted dial. The hands are period; (5) The case has been grain painted. The dial, hands and glass tablet are original; (6) The case has been grain painted. The painted dial has substantial wear. The hands are period, perhaps original. The door glasses are original; (7) The case has been refinished with the sides sponge painted. The paper dial and hands are replaced. $300 - $400
521 Clocks- 8 (Eight) Mantel & Desk: (1) Austria, bracket clock, 8 day, time and strike in a wood case with brass basket top and silvered chapter ring; (2) Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Germany, mantel clock, 30 hour, time and strike in a walnut case; (3) "Rapid Ralph" novelty clock; (4) Benzie Cowes, England, wall clock in nickel case; (5) Hanging clock, 30 hour, time only in ornate ceramic case; (6) Germany, car clock with a brass mounting plate; (7) Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, 8 day, time only in wood case; (8) Watch-sized movement in miniature chest of drawers; (9) and (10) brass candlesticks.     Sold "as is". $300 - $400
522 Clocks- 9 (Nine) Desk and Wall: (1) Germany, 30 hour cuckoo clock; (2) Sessions, Forestville, Conn., banjo timepiece wall clock; (3) Westclox "Big Ben" alarm clock; (4) General Electric, Telechron, electric banjo clock with mahogany case; (5) Lorenz Furtwangler Sohne, Germany, 8 day, time only gallery clock; (6) English, fusee postal clock with "RAF" and king's crown insignia on repainted dial; (7) German, RA wall clock, time only; (8) New Haven, New Haven, Conn., "Petite Doric" time and strike desk clock; (9) Bostwick and Burgess, Norwalk, Ohio, "Columbus No. 151", 30 hour wood movement wall timepiece.     Sold "as is". $300 - $400
523 Clocks- 9 (Nine) wall clocks and 4 (Four) wall clock cases only: including a Seth Thomas marine clock in octagonal wood case and a vintage Seth Thomas jeweled ship's bell clock in a brass case.     sold "as is". $200 - $250
524 Clocks- 10 (Ten) novelty clocks including 3 (Three) Waterbury round desk clocks with glass sides; wood case French clock with time only balance wheel movement; miniature cast tall clock signed by Jennings Brothers on the dial; small figural clock with a dog and boy; keyless car clock signed by Phinney-Walker Co.     sold "as is". $250 - $350
525 Clocks- 10 (Ten) tambour: 8 (Eight) 8 day, spring driven, chiming tambour clocks and 2 (Two) time and strike, 8 day, spring driven tambour clocks: makers include Seth Thomas and New Haven. The standouts are a Seth Thomas "Sonora" chime clock (on rods) and a Seth Thomas with a gold colored dial and applied letters.     most are complete and in good condition, but there are some losses and damage so sold "as is". $400 - $600
526 Clocks- 11 (Eleven) antique and modern cuckoo clocks for parts or repair and 2 (Two) cuckoo clock cases including a shelf cuckoo and a carved case from the American Cuckoo Clock Co. depicting the fable of the fox and the grapes. Clock weights include 4 (Four) modern sets and 1 (one) older pair.     sold "as is" for parts or repair. $250 - $350
527 Clocks- 11 (Eleven) black mantel including E. Ingraham, Sessions, several Seth Thomas adamantine including the "Shasta" model, Welch "Nicolini" and an iron cased Waterbury.     sold "as is". $400 - $500
528 Clocks- 11 (Eleven) Novelty: Ansonia, "Stirrup" and clock with a miniature cathedral; one metal case and one plush clock by Waterbury; metal case clock depicting a roofed dwelling with balance wheel movement; novel electric clock that looks like a radio; ship's wheel clock advertising Gator Marine Oils; a black metal clock by Kroeber; small Jennings Brothers gilt brass clock with porcelain dial; Wedgewood case novelty clock; rotary mystery "tape measure" clock with original box and paper tag.     sold "as is". $250 - $350
529 Clocks- 12 (twelve) German 400-day mantel and 1 (one) Barr electro-mechanical clock under glass dome. The standout clock is the c. 1900 400-day clock with disc pendulum.     5 (Five) of the clocks have domes and all have pendulums. The Barr pendulum and second hand are absent. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
530 Clocks- 13 (Thirteen) assorted mantel clocks including steeples, cabinet, beehive, by Ansonia, Jerome & Co., Waterbury, Manross, Atkins, Ingraham, Terry & Andrews. Among the clocks is an early iron front, c. 1850, and a "Column" by Seth Thomas.     clocks are mostly complete, but sold "as is". $350 - $450
531 Clocks- 13 (thirteen) mantel clocks including 8 (eight) wood case, 1 (one) stone case, and 4 (Four) enameled iron cases. Makers include Sessions, Waterbury, Ingraham and Ansonia. The standout would be the Ansonia "Nubia" with the oversized wolf/lion side pieces and large paw feet.     clocks are mostly complete. Two Ansonias with visible escapements. Sold "as is". $400 - $500
532 Clocks- 13 (Thirteen) Novelty including five Crusader wall clocks in the form of a coat of arms, two electric clocks, two animated Lux desk clocks, Deluxe Clock Co. New York "The Homestead", Seth Thomas Mark I wall clock and a Marlow & Co. miniature reproduction and an Ansonia alarm. J.E. Coleman states that the "Crusader" wall clock was made by the Vermont Clock Company. Though unsigned, these clocks did come from a collection in Vermont so may represent that model.     sold "as is". $250 - $350
533 Clocks- 15 (Fifteen) and 5 (Five) case only, all wall hanging: 8 (Eight) short drop octagon including a New Haven with rosewood veneer, Ansonia "Regulator A", Russel & Jones, Pittsfield, Mass. (successors to Terry Clock Co.) hanging gingerbread in oak with alarm, New Haven marine octagon, partial banjo case with Waltham movement also including three banjo case only, miniature banjo case only and a gallery clock case only     sold "as is". The New Haven and the Russel & Jones are in above average condition and are the highlights of lot. $300 - $400
534 Clocks- 15 (Fifteen) shelf and cottage clocks and one stencil decorated case only. Makers include Ansonia, Ingraham, Gilbert, Terry & Andrews, Atkins, and Seth Thomas.     sold "as is". $200 - $350
535 Clocks- 16 (Fifteen) miniature free swinger reproduction timepieces signed "R.K. - W.M." dated 1982; 2 (Two) Vienna reproduction regulator cases only, dated 1981; These were produced in limited numbers by William Mather in Ohio. Cherry wood cases with German movements. This recently discovered trove has the model labels on the back, but were never numbered as part of the limited edition     (1) Some with broken cases or missing finials, but most like new and some are in their original boxes; (2) Vienna models have no movements. Sold "as is". $400 - $500
536 Clocks and Clock Cases- 16 (Sixteen) American Gingerbread: 12 (Twelve) complete clocks in a range of conditions and 4 (Four) case only     sold "as is". $300 - $400
537 Clocks- 20 (Twenty) mantel and desk clocks: 3 (Three) black mantel clocks, 2 (Two) weight-driven ogee clocks, many wood cased mantel clocks, 2 (Two) Barr clocks for parts, a Seth Thomas chime clock, and a 400-day clock. Makers include Seth Thomas, Ansonia, Kundo, Barr, Waterbury, Ingraham, Chauncey Jerome, and H. Webster.     sold "as is" $300 - $400
538 Clocks- 21 (Twenty-One) tambour and round-top mantel clocks and one (1) tambour case: clocks include time and strike as well as five; (5) chime clocks. Makers include Ansonia, Seth Thomas, Ingraham, Gilbert, etc.     sold "as is". $250 - $350
539 Clocks- 30 (Thirty) approximately German, Black Forest and Reproduction: including 20 (Twenty) modern German barometer, thermometer, clock combination in the form of a Swiss chalet, time and strike wooden works wag on wall, shelf cuckoo case only, Cuckoo and Quail wall clock American Cuckoo Clock Co., German porcelain wall clock and several modern and parts cuckoos, The lot includes a reproduction cast iron bank with soccer theme and a double singing bird in cage by Reuge.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
540 Clocks- 30 (Thirty) novelty and desk clocks and clock related items. Lot includes Bugs Bunny and Raggedy Ann talking alarm clocks, vintage electric clocks including planters clock, a modern watch hutch, and 2 (Two) Lux miniature cuckoo clocks. The standout item is the "Ignatz" reproduction flying pendulum clock by the Horolovar Clock Co. with its original box.     sold "as is". $200 - $350
541 Clocks- 30 (Thirty) Novelty and desk clocks; One barometer. Makers include Seth Thomas, New Haven, Waltham, Burroughs, Lux, Westclox, Oswald rotating eyes dog, Badische Uhrenfabrik Terry Clock Co. and others. Clocks include an unusual flying pendulum timepiece.     as is $300 - $400
542 Clocks- 50+ (Fifty plus) Novelty Clocks and Clock-related Sundries: Makers include: Lux, Telechron, Kroeber, Sessions, Howard Miller, Gruen, Deluxe, Waltham, Seth Thomas, Ansonia, Schatz, United, and many others. Sundry items include ashtrays, cologne bottles, salt & pepper shakers, mugs, shot glasses, statuettes, trivets, lamps, spoon holders, match holders, paperweights, and bookends.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
543 Ring, 14 karat yellow gold free form setting with 20 karat heart shaped, faceted aquamarine, size 6 3/4     dirty, stone with flakes and abrasion, precious metal content marked $250 - $350
544 Lot of silver jewelry, including a wide cuff bracelet with engraved Pueblo houses, and marked "KD", a sterling barrette with scalloped edge and set with an oval cabochon turquoise, a silver scrollwork bracelet with oval, cabochon turquoise, a mans wrist watch with silver and turquoise band, a lady's wrist watch with silver and turquoise band, a pair of silver drop earrings set with turquoise chips, two silver and turquoise rings, and a silver and turquoise tie tack     good, with wear $300 - $400
545 Watch chain, alternating oblong and round links, 9 karat yellow gold, with railroad lantern fob, 16in, 51.3g TW     good, with wear, fob and ring gold filled, precious metal content marked $650 - $800
546 Watch chain, double Albert style in 14 karat yellow gold, with small curb links, 21.5in, 25g TW     very good, precious metal content marked $500 - $700
547 Watch chain, fancy link, in 9 karat rose gold, with a monogrammed locket, in 14 karat yellow gold, 15.5in, 27.2g TW     chain worn, locket good, precious metal content marked $400 - $500
548 Watch chains- 3 (Three): All 14 karat yellow and white gold, various link styles, 14.5in, 28.7g TW     good, with minor wear, precious metal content marked $550 - $750
549 Watch chains- 3 (Three): Various link styles, 14 karat gold, 13 - 14.5in, 30g TW     good, with wear, precious metal content marked $600 - $800
550 Watch chains- 4 (Four): A silver single Albert with fancy links and fob, another in silver, with ornamental links and tassel, a gold filled single Albert with B.P.O.E. tooth fob, and a nickel and black enamel chain with Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen fob, 14 - 17.5in     with wear and minor losses, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
551 Watch chains- 14 (Fourteen): Various styles, in gold filled, silver, and nickel, 8 - 15in, late 19th - early 20th century     with wear and minor losses $400 - $600
552 Watch chains- 30; (thirty): Various lengths and styles, including button hole and fob chains, many gold filled, and some with fobs, 2" - 17", 19th and 20th century     fair to good, with wear $200 - $300
553 Large lot of watch chains, gold filled, silver, and base metal, together with a group of watch bands and a box of jewelry and chain findings and parts     with wear, some chains incomplete $300 - $400
554 A group of watch fobs including a Knights of Pythias, and an oval goldstone, lockets, charms, and cufflinks, and an early, stone set watch key, mostly gold filled, together with three antimagnetic watch protectors, late 19th - early 20th century     fair to good, with wear and losses $300 - $400
555 Watch fobs and gold jewelry, including a 9 karat gold seal fob set with a rectangular green onyx, 10 karat pieces including a monogrammed stick pin, two stone set graduation fobs, and a crescent and sabre pin with colored stones, and 14 karat items including two stick pins, a Women's Relief Corps pin, and a pierced silver coin fob with gold frame, 22.9g TW     good, crescent and sabre pin with replaced stones, precious metal content marked, tested $300 - $400
556 Watch fobs and keys, the first a key with large polished agate set in a gold filled frame, the next a fob, also with polished agate, set in a 10 - 12 karat gold frame, and a gold filled fob seal with intaglio carving, together with a 19th century, pair cased continental verge pocket watch, dimensions of watch key listed     fair to good, with wear and minor losses, pocket watch running $400 - $500
557 Watch keys- 5 (Five): Four 12 - 14 karat gold and gold clad tipsy keys, and a 14 karat gold shell engraved key with matching chatelaine fob,16g TW     fair to good, with wear, precious metal content tested $300 - $400
558 Watch keys- 8 (Eight): Lot of 19th century gilt, ornamental watch keys, each set with colored stones, two with coral     fair to good, with wear and losses $300 - $400
559 Watch keys- 11 (Eleven): Lot of 19th century ornamental watch keys, together with a gilt and enameled fob seal, a shepherds crook chain hook, and a watch key display case, case dimensions listed     fair to good, with wear and losses $400 - $550
560 Watch keys- 12 (Twelve): Lot of 19th century gilt, ornamental watch keys, each set with a single, colored stone     fair to good, with wear and losses $300 - $400
561 Watch keys- 13 (Thirteen): Lot of 19th century gilt, ornamental watch keys, two set with stones, one with enamel     fair to good, with wear and losses $300 - $400
562 Watch keys, approximately 70 brass and steel watch keys of various sizes, 19th and 20th century     fair to good, with wear and losses $200 - $300
563 Watch keys, approximately 70 brass and steel watch keys of various sizes, 19th and 20th century     fair to good, with wear and losses $200 - $300
564 Patek, Philippe & Cie., Geneva, Switzerland, mans "Calatrava" wrist watch, ref. 2568-3, cal. 23 - 300, 18 jewels, manual winding, adjusted to 5 positions, temperature and isochronism, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with Geneva seal, and lever escapement with free sprung gyromax balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold case with sculpted lugs, baton marker metal dial and gold baton hands, with crocodile strap, serial #785958, 32.5mm, 31.3g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Plastic crystal with minor marks and scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor spotting. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scuffs and scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,500 - $5,000
565 Tudor, Switzerland, "Submariner", ref. 79190, 25 jewels, Eta cal.2824-2, automatic winding, spotted nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel, water resistant case, and luminous dot and arrow marker black dial with date aperture at 3:00, polished, luminous Mercedes style hands, and stainless bracelet with deployant clasp, serial #B872254, 39mm, c1995, together with its original inner and outer boxes.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Sides repolished; Graining redone; Bezel with minor marks; Bracelet graining redone. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Inner box very good, outer box with bumps and splits. $1,600 - $2,200
566 Patek, Philippe & Cie., Geneva, Switzerland, mans "Calatrava" wrist watch, ref. 3468, cal. 23 - 300, 18 jewels, manual winding, adjusted to 5 positions, temperature and isochronism, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement and free sprung gyromax balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold case, with engraved baton marker brushed metal dial, and gold stick hands, with lizard grain strap, serial #795312, 32mm, 36.9g TW, c1965.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Lug with minor dent; Case back with remnant of engraving; Plastic crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Faint haze. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,500 - $5,000
567 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, lady's gold wrist watch, cal. 650, 17 jewels, manual winding, adjusted to two positions, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat yellow gold case with diamond set bezel and integral, tapering, gold bracelet, baton marker metal dial, black painted baton hands, serial #23750141, bracelet width at timepiece 24mm, 38.2g TW, c1965, with original box.     CASE: Good; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) Box hinge very loose, top lining detached. $800 - $1,000
568 Jaeger - Le Coultre, Switzerland, lady's back wind wrist watch, 16 jewels, manual winding, cal. 426 - 2 nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in an 18 karat yellow gold case with integral bracelet, Arabic numeral and arrow marker silver dial, gold hands, serial #1405795, 13mm, 21.1g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches and wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running, low balance amplitude, needs service. $700 - $900
569 Longines, Switzerland, man's gold wrist watch, 17 jewels, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat, yellow gold, case and bracelet, baton marker metal dial and gilt dauphine hands, serial #7799300, 22mm x 37mm, 45.3g TW, c1950.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Plastic crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few small spots, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor oxidation and loss of gilding. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor scratches on winding wheel; Bright work with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude needs service. $600 - $800
570 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, ref. 6422 wrist watch, 17 jewels, manual winding, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with arrow marker, silvered dial, gold alpha hands, serial #68082, 34mm.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Plastic crystal with scratches. DIAL: Minor scratches; Minor lacquer loss; Toning. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Loss to plating. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service, hairspring needs truing. $600 - $900
571 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, man's "Seamaster" with date, cal. 562, 24 jewels, automatic winding gilt plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case with yellow gold filled lugs and bezel, baton marker, textured and brushed, cross pattern dial, with gold baton hands, serial #18869339, 34mm, c1960.     CASE: Marks and scratches; Lugs with very minor brassing; Plastic crystal; Crown worn. DIAL: Minor scratches; Faint spotting. HANDS: Minute lacking luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Some screws with marred slots. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
572 Baume & Mercier, Geneva, man's cushion shaped wrist watch, 17 jewels, manual winding, cal. 1050 gilt movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat yellow gold case, with stick marker, brushed metal dial, and gold stick hands, 29mm, 26.5g TW, c1965.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal with minor marks and scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor marks; Restored. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
573 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "Pacer", cal. 505 electric movement in a yellow and white gold filled case with Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial and gilt dauphine hands, c1960.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Crystal with scratches. DIAL: Minor faint spotting. HANDS: Good, seconds with minor bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order, needs service. $300 - $400
574 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., lady's wrist watch, 22 jewel nickel, manual winding movement, 14 karat white gold case and band, set with 10 small diamonds, 12.2g TW     case good, band with minor bends, dial with spotting and discoloration, running, needs service, precious metal content marked, diamonds tested $200 - $300
575 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton, both with 19 jewel movements, and in 14 karat yellow gold cases, 54.8g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
576 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton, both with 19 jewel movements, and in 14 karat yellow gold cases, 58.7g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
577 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Longines, each with 17 jewel nickel movement, baton marker metal dial, and 14 karat yellow gold case, 59.8g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $400 - $550
578 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Omega "Seamaster", the first a ref 2846 11 SC/ 2848, cal. 501, 20 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, stainless steel case, serial #15348134, the other a ref. 166.002, cal. 562, 24 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, gold filled case, serial #23941097     both running $500 - $650
579 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Omega "Seamaster", the first a ref. F - 6262, cal. 344, 17 jewel bumper automatic movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, gold filled case, serial #14213866, the other a ref.LL-6287-1, cal. 560, 17 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, gold filled case, serial #23916792     6287 running, 6262 with good staff $400 - $550
580 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Breitling, 17 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral and arrow marker metal dial, 18 karat yellow gold cushion case, the other a Benrus, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, 54g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $400 - $550
581 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Jules Jurgensen, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, the other a Girard Perregaux, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and dot marker metal dial, 18 karat yellow gold case, 59.1g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $350 - $450
582 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Langendorf with 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and baton marker metal dial, and 14 karat yellow gold case, the other a Girard Perregaux "Seahawk", 17 jewel gilt movement, baton marker metal dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, 116.1g TW     Both running, precious metal content marked $500 - $700
583 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Rado, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and baton marker metal dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, the other marked "Alpha", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker dial, 14 karat gold cushion case, 53.6g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $400 - $500
584 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Wittnauer with 17 jewel nickel movement, the other a Longines with 17 jewel nickel movement, both in 14 karat yellow gold cases, 47.7g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
585 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first a Wittnauer, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker silvered dial, fancy 14 karat yellow gold case, the other a Waltham, 21 jewel 750B movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, 48.7g TW     both running $400 - $500
586 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): The first an Elgin with 21 jewel nickel movement, and a Waltham with 15 jewel nickel movement, both in 14 karat yellow gold cases, 56.5g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
587 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Hamilton Electric, with cal. 505 movements, together with a French carriage clock with case, and other outer carriage clock case, and a number of clock and watch keys     carriage clock runs, wristwatches for parts or restoration $250 - $350
588 Wrist watches- 4 (Four): The first a Jules Jurgensen, 17 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, 33g TW, the next a Hamilton, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, gold filled case, the third an Omega ref. 2530 - 3, cal. 370, 17 jewel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, stainless steel case, and a Bulova "Oceanographer 333 Feet", 17 jewel automatic movement, luminous marker metal dial, stainless steel case     all running, precious metal content marked $450 - $600
589 Wrist watches- 4 (Four): Three in 14 karat gold, the first a Hamilton, 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral and dot marker dial, serial #M15434, the next a Waltham, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, serial #L64948, and a Bulova, 17 jewel nickel movement, baton marker painted metal dial, together with an IWC wire lug wrist watch, 15 jewel gilt movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, silver open face case, 68.4g TW (gold)     Bulova and Hamilton running $400 - $500
590 Wrist watches- 6 (Six): All Hamilton, 17 - 19 jewel nickel movements, in gold filled cases     5 running $300 - $400
591 Wrist watches- 6 (Six): All Hamilton, in gold filled cases, 17 - 19 jewel nickel movements     all running $300 - $400
592 Wrist watches- 6 (Six): The first a Hamilton Electric "R.R. Special", cal. 505 movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, stainless steel case, four are Bulova Accutron RR218 and 219, Arabic numeral metal dials and stainless steel and gold filled cases, and a Bulova quartz RR960.111.Q, Arabic numeral metal dial, stainless steel case     Hamilton and Bulova quartz will run, need batteries, two Accutrons running $400 - $500
593 Wrist watches- 7 (Seven): Four Gruen, two marked "Curvex", and three Omega, including a "Ladymatic", a man's manual wind, and a man's quartz, all in gold filled cases     3 gruen running, the other ticks briefly, man's Omega running, Ladymatic ticks briefly, running condition of quartz watch unknown $300 - $400
594 Wrist watches- 7 (Seven): including watches by Elgin, Bulova, and Ball Watch Co., 17 - 23 jewel movements, gold filled and stainless steel cases     all running $300 - $400
595 Wrist watches- 12 (Twelve): Makers including Wittnauer, Bulova, Helbros, Benrus, and others     6 running $300 - $400
596 Wrist watches- 18 (Eighteen), makers including Omega, Bulova, Lucerne, Waltham, Seiko, Helbros, and others, together with a Westclox travel alarm clock and a Linden quartz clock     7 running $250 - $350
597 Wrist watches- 23 (Twenty three): including two "Eterna Automatic", a Movado "Ermeto" purse watch, an Accutron "214", and others, together with a Swiss cylinder pocket watch and chain, a fleur de lis watch pin, and a miniature rose quartz clock with red morocco case     both Eterna watches running, Ermeto running $400 - $600
598 Wrist watches- 30 (Thirty): Makers including Timex, Milan, Pulsar, Ingersoll, and others, together with six pocket watches     for parts or repair $250 - $350
599 Large lot of wristwatches, makers including Longines, Waltham, Benrus, Bulova, Seiko, Bucherer, Mido, Wittnauer, and others     for parts $300 - $400
601 Gilbert & Son, Belfast, Ireland, a historically important man's gold fusee pocket watch, presented to Moses Nickerson for his assistance in providing relief to the weavers of Lisburn, 11 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved, consular open face case, with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1857, the dome engraved "Presented by the Lisburn Relief Committee and Others, to Captain Nickerson of the Barque Mary Edson, the good ship that bore across the Atlantic the noble gift bestowed on his suffering Countrymen by A.T. Stewart, Esq., of New York,, July, 1863", Roman numeral gold dial, blued steel fleur de lys style hands, serial #4927, 49mm, together with its 14 karat gold chain, and two keys, 138.7g TW, together with a mahogany cutlery box, the top with inlaid brass shield engraved "M. Nickerson". Portrait of Moses Nickerson and Letter (Courtesy of Vallejo Gallery) and the Painting of the Barque Mary Edson (Courtesy C.L. Prickett Antiques) are shown for historical purposes and are not being sold as part of this lot.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on dome; Minor split between dome and band, near pendant; Back cover hinge sticky; Precious metal content tested (chain) ; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Dial with minor scuffs and scratches. HANDS: A few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Balance cock screw with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, will tick briefly, needs service. Cutlery box with scuffs, splits and minor losses, set incomplete. The American Civil War disrupted cotton supplies to manufacturers of woven goods, which resulted in the widespread unemployment and deprivation among Irish weavers and their families. Alarmed at the condition of the workforce, a group of concerned citizens established a relief fund to provide for these distressed individuals. Having heard of the conditions in his native Lisburn, Ireland, the New York dry goods merchant and entrepreneur Alexander Turney Stewart chartered the barque Mary Edson, under the command of Captain Moses Nickerson, to sail with a cargo of provisions to aid in the relief effort. He also requested passage for weavers and their families to the United States on the return trip; 136 passengers took advantage of the opportunity. For a more detailed account of the cotton famine and its effect on the weavers, see http: //lisburn.com/history/memories/memories- 2004/the_plight_of_the_cotton_weavers.html $2,000 - $3,000
602 Rossel, Bautte & Cie., a Geneve, an enameled and gem set, 22 karat yellow gold clam shell box with concealed timepiece, the halves step molded and with serpentine curves, the top set with a pair of superimposed stars on a green guilloche enamel ground, the upper star composed of five kite shaped polygonal amethyst, the lower set with rose cut diamonds, the center with old European cut diamond in a five lobed setting, the box bottom with fine foliate engraving on an engine turned ground, watch with Roman numeral white enamel dial and cylinder movement, serial # 77306, 79.2g TW     good overall, bottom with minor dent, minor dings and scratches, an inside corner of the lower molding with areas of wear through or manufacturing defect, amethyst with a few minor flakes and scratches, watch dial with chip at 3:00, timepiece running, precious metal content tested. The firm of Rossel & Bautte was active between 1855 and 1860, and specialized in ornamental watches, snuff boxes, lorgnettes, vinaigrettes and other objects of vertu, many set with small timepieces. The decorative techniques employed by the "bijoutiers horologers" include enameling engine turning, engraving, and the use of gemstones, all of which are used on this box. $3,000 - $5,000
604 Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, man's gold pocket watch, 16 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and poker hands, serial #118698, 50mm, 120.7g TW, c1905, with original box, case, dial and movement signed.     CASE: Band with tiny ding, 6:00; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very fine scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor oxide and loss to color, hour. MOVEMENT PLATES: Balance endstone setting with spot of oxide; Minor spotting; Nickel or gilt finish on plates oxidized / pitted; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) Box with losses to leather cover. $1,700 - $2,000
605 J. Ullmann & Co., Chaux De Fonds, Switzerland, man's quarter repeating pocket watch with chronograph for the Asian market, 17 jewels, stem wind and lever set, gilt bar movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a silver, engine turned and engraved hunting case with maker's details engraved on cuvette, seed pearl set covers and polychrome enamel portrait of a young woman on front, Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, gold Louis XV style hands, serial #65445, 55mm, case and dial signed.     CASE: Dents, band; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on cuvette; Cover extends slightly beyond 90 degrees when opened, front; Front cover with gap at chronograph button when closed; Back cover lip partially separated from cover; Plastic crystal on glazed cuvette; Enamel with losses; Four pearls missing. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Some steel with minor oxide; A few screw heads with minor marring; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) .COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Chronograph occasionally stops; Repeating functions correctly, movement in need of service and adjustment. $1,500 - $2,000
606 J.W. Reeley & Sons, London & Liverpool, England, man's pocket watch with hacking sweep seconds, 17 - 19 jewels, stem wind, pin set, gilt, 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with scalloped band, the back with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1896, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and poker hands, serial #67192, 56mm, 147.9g TW, together with a short, 14 karat rose gold chain, weighing 4.9g.     CASE: Minor dents, dimples, back; Scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Cuvette and inside of case back with numerous pin pricks; Scratches on crystal; Bow replaced; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked, case; Chain tested. DIAL: Minor scratch at 1:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Dirty, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor spotting; Regulator with specks of oxide; Case screw replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) ; Hacking functional. $1,500 - $1,800
608 Switzerland, for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd., London, 8 day goliath pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut, bimetallic balance, in an oversized, nickel, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with Roman numeral, white enamel dial, and blued steel spade and poker hands, 137mm.     CASE: Minor dents, waves, back; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Back cover with dent at hinge, difficult to close. DIAL: Faint hairline, center; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel, 11: 30. HANDS: Minute with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,200 - $1,500
609 Cartier, Paris, enamel lipstick case with concealed watch, sterling silver cylindrical case with black enamel and reserve for monogram, the bottom with receiver for lipstick, the top with rotating barrel containing a 17 jewel Swiss movement with black dial, signed "Cartier"     enamel with a few chips, minor scratches, dial with restoration, minute hand repainted, drum containing movement missing a screw plug, movement ticks, dirty, needs service $1,000 - $1,500
612 Joseph Antram, London, verge fusee pocket watch, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with pierced, crested Egyptian pillars, pierced and engraved balance cock and regulator plate, Tompion regulator and decorative blued screws and steelwork in a silver, open face pair case and Roman numeral silver champleve dial, blued steel beetle and poker hands, serial #147, 57mm.     CASE: Minor dents; Fine scratches on outer surfaces of cases; Pendant reattached to case, case dented and with split at point of attachment; Center tube of bezel hinge missing; Bow replaced. DIAL: Center restored. HANDS: Minute replaced, hour with broken tip. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Fusee chain with minor oxidation; Balance cock screw polished; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Will run with pressure on fusee, needs service. $800 - $1,200
613 Huguenin Vuillemin, Locle, Switzerland, man's pocket watch, 15 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with fancy train bridge, lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a 10 - 12 karat, yellow gold, engine turned hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, 55mm, 120.5g TW, c1870.     CASE: Dimples; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with moderate wear; Bow worn; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, 4: 30; Chip in enamel, repaired, 10:00; Replaced dial. HANDS: Mismatched and with bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Added case clamp; Screws with loss to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Good staff, not running. $500 - $700
614 Switzerland, an oversized pocket watch with five minute repeating activated through the crown, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set nickel movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a nickel, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk, white enamel dial, gilt Louis XV hands, 80mm, c1900, together with a gold filled watch chain, a brass fob chain, and a silver mechanical pencil with ornamental chain.     watch complete, good staff, winding rack screw stripped, dial with minor scratches and hairline, case with staining and tarnish, chain and fob with brassing, tarnish, pencil and chain good. $500 - $650
615 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, for the English market, a large, 8 day travel watch with lighted dial, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut, bimetallic "H" balance in a hinged back and bezel, nickel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial marked "M. M. & Co. Patent", blued steel spade and poker hands, 102mm, c. 1900, together with an 8 day, 15 jewel automobile clock, with white enamel dial marked "The Auto Supply Co." .     CASE: Minor dent; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; A few minor scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Very good; light missing. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Punching at second wheel pivot, top plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Auto Supply clock ticks, low amplitude $400 - $600
616 Temple's signed pocket portrait frame with concealed watch, stamped 14 karat yellow gold with cylindrical hinge containing the watch, marked "Temple's" on dial, and with space for two small photographs, engraved "With Love Jetje 9 - 12 - 47, 30.5g TW     good, minor scratches, running, precious metal content marked $400 - $500
617 Tho. Jeanes, London, verge fusee pocket watch, key wind and set, gilt, full plate movement with square baluster pillars, pierced and engraved balance cock and regulator plate, the balance with diamond endstone, in a silver, open face pair case with engraved monogram and bird on back of outer case and Roman numeral, silver champleve dial, blued steel beetle and poker hands, serial #462, 49mm, c1760.     CASE: Minor scratches and wear on outer surface of case; Catch button worn through; Pendant reattached to case; Bow replaced. DIAL: Minor tarnish, otherwise good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Dirty; Bright work with specks of oxide; Some screws replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks with pressure on fusee, needs service. $400 - $600
618 Eterna Watch Co., for Gubelin, Switzerland, man's pocket watch, Eterna Matic cal. 1414U, 17 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat white and yellow gold case, baton marker metal dial with luminous Alpha hands, serial #4048580, 39.5mm, 37.2g TW, c1965.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Gold insert on back side of case with gap at 12:00; Plastic crystal; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
619 Switzerland, man's pocket watch with Staehli & Brun patent beat setting and regulation, 19 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and rotating, polished steel balance bridge for simplified beat adjustment in a rose gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case and Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #9547, 50mm.     CASE: A few minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown worn. DIAL: Faint hairline, 5:00; Filled chip and fine cracks at 10:00. HANDS: Rust. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with fine scratches; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) .Staehli and Brun had an office or workshop in Chicago, Illinois, and held both U.S. and Swiss patents for their beat adjustment device. $300 - $400
620 Switzerland, for Ratel, Paris, silver pocket watch with Stations of the Cross dial, 10 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt bar movement with cylinder escapement in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with repousse style ornament, and Roman numeral white enamel dial with brief descriptions of each station, unusual blued steel hands and gilt station indicator, serial #12232, 45mm.     CASE: Minor dents and bends; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Hinges with wear and minor damage; Gaps at band when closed; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, back, 95 deg; Crown and stem detached, but present; Setting pin absent. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00, 11:00; Minor flakes at edge. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Scratches on ratchet wheel; One barrel bridge screw missing; Barrel dirty; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, missing hairspring and staff. $250 - $350
621 American Waltham Watch Co.,, Waltham, Mass., "Vanguard", model 1908 with wind indicator, 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, 6 adjustment, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, micrometric regulator and Lossier inner terminal hairspring in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, engraved, open face case and Canadian 24-hour Arabic numeral, triple sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #25511756, c1925.     CASE: Shallow dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Gold filled with major brassing; Bow worn; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 12:00, 6:00, 8:00. HANDS: Loss to bluing, oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Marring at balance cock screw; Regulator with a few specks of oxide; Some screws with marred heads; Jewel setting marred, balance endstone. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $500
622 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., man's series III pocket watch, N size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and Reed's barrel with maintaining power in an 18 karat, yellow gold hunting case with monogram on front cover and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #11843, 163.4g TW, c1865.     CASE: Minor dent, front; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Front cover lift spring weak; Front cover extends slightly beyond 90 degrees when opened; Bow replaced; Pusher replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Cracks in enamel. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Staining, spotting, tarnish; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; Gilding worn; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
623 E. Howard Watch Co. (Keystone), Waltham, Mass., man's series 5 pocket watch, 16 size, 19 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, damascened nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hunting case with Jurgensen lips and maker's details engraved on gold cuvette and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and poker hands, serial #970977, 107.4g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Case knife marks; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 3:00 - 5:00; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Fine scratches on winding wheels. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Fully wound, not running, good staff. $1,000 - $1,200
625 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, "B.W. Raymond", 18 size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engraved, hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #70650, 136.4g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor dents, dimples; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving nearly worn smooth; Covers with bow wear; Back cover does not snap tight; Bow replaced; Pendant worn; Pusher replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline, faint, seconds bit at 35; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Spotting; Regulator with oxidation; Gilding worn; Specks of dirt / dust. $1,800 - $2,000
626 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, man's pocket watch, 18 size, 11 jewels, stem wind and lever set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engraved, box hinge hunting case, with gold cuvette engraved "Joe McAuley", and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #1482922, 149.1g TW, c1885, together with an 18 size, 17 jewel Waltham pocket watch, and three wristwatch movements.     CASE: A few shallow dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with minor wear; Bow with minor wear; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines, 3:00. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on movement. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service; Balance rim or pivots slightly bent. Waltham watch running. $1,400 - $1,600
627 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, man's pocket watch, 16 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and Arabic numeral, single sunk, O'Hara style multicolor enamel dial, gilt Louis XV style hands, serial #11308124, 90.3g TW.     CASE: Minor dent, front; Cuvette with minor waves at hinge; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal loose; Crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny edge flakes concealed by bezel, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Speck of corrosion; Winding wheels have spots of oxidation; Some bright work with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,000 - $1,200
628 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, "Bunn Special", type IIIA, 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted to 6 positions and temperature, spider web damasked nickel plate movement, with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, double roller, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a white gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face Bunn Special model case, and Montgomery Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, marked "Illinois Bunn Special 23 jewel 60 Hour", serial #5238719.     CASE: Tiny dings and fine scratches; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Bow and crown with minor brassing.DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator spring with a few specks of oxide; Minor loss to inking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
629 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, lady's pocket watch, 6 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a 14 karat, yellow gold, intricately engraved, box hinge hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk, O'Hara style multicolor enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #3746209, 63g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Speck of corrosion; Regulator assembly with speck of oxidation; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $900
630 American Waltham Watch Co.,, Waltham, Mass., lady's gold pocket watch, 0 size, 9 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut, bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #390641, together with a 10 karat yellow gold, single Albert slide chain, the slides with black enamel ornament, c1890, 41g TW (14k), 17.4g TW (10k)     CASE: A few small dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover hinge sticky, needs assistance opening; Plastic crystal with minor scratches and marring; Bow a poor replacement; Precious metal content tested; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 5:00 and dial center; Specks of glue residue. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Scratches on barrel; Minor staining; Regulator with specks of oxide; A few specks of verdigris. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) ; Chain good. $550 - $650
631 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "960", 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, straight line damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and poker hands, serial #324337, 88.7g TW, c1905.     CASE: Minor dents, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with small chip at 2:00; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines, 4:00. HANDS: Oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $550 - $650
632 American Waltham Watch Co.,, Waltham, Mass., model 1888, Amn. Watch Co.", 16 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and Fogg micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, O'Hara multicolor enamel dial, gilt Louis XV style hands, serial #6000639.     CASE: A few very small dents; Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Crown with wear. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with a few spots of oxidation; Minor loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $700
633 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, lady's pocket watch, 0 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement and bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in a 14 karat, yellow gold, intricately engraved hunting case, the front with engraved monogram, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #4132182, 39.1g TW.     CASE: Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00, 8:00. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine marks and scratches; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
634 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, man's pocket watch, 18 size, 11 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a yellow gold filled, screw back, engraved, open face "dustproof" case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, O'Hara multicolor enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #4098031.     CASE: Minor dent, edge of back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Crown with wear. DIAL: Minor edge flakes, concealed by bezel, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Speck of corrosion; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
635 American Waltham Watch Co.,, Waltham, Mass., model 1883 "Crescent St.", 18 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and Church micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel display case, Arabic numeral, single sunk, O'Hara multicolor enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lys hands, serial #5717133.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystals. DIAL: A few fine scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Tiny spot of corrosion; Regulator assembly with scattered specks of oxidation. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, good staff. $250 - $350
636 American Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., lady's pocket watch, 0 size, 7 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hunting case with monogram on front cover and diamond set back cover, Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #17264624, 31.1g TW, c1910.     CASE: Shallow dents and dimples; Scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, front; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Hour and seconds hands replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Scratches on winding wheel; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $250 - $350
637 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, for Krumrich - Konrad Co., Oshkosh, Wis., man's pocket watch, 16 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, engine turned and engraved, hunting case with monogram on front cover and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #2175835, together with its original box, and certificate of sale and warranty.     CASE: Minor dings; Cuvette with shallow dent; Case knife marks; Minor scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 12:00; A few fine scratches. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Regulator spring with speck of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) ; Box and certificate good. $200 - $300
639 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 16 size Ball Watch Co., the first a Hamilton "999P", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face bar over crown case, serial #B632625, the other a Waltham, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case with locomotive engraving, serial #B207983     both running $400 - $500
640 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 16 size Hamilton, the first a "992E", 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled bar over crown open face case, serial #2585887, and a "4992B", 22 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral, black painted 24 hour dial, base metal open face case, serial #4C119899     both running $400 - $500
641 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 18 size Waltham, model 1892 "Crescent St.", one 19 jewel, the other 21 jewel, both with Arabic numeral, white enamel dials and gold filled, open face cases, serial #11502473, 13045884     both running $300 - $400
642 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a 12 size Hamilton "917", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, 14 karat yellow gold case, serial #X162146, the other a 6 size Waltham, 11 jewel frosted, damascened nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat rose gold hunting case, serial #3723282     both running $650 - $750
643 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a 16 size Ball - Hamilton "999P", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, engine turned Ball Model open face case, serial #B627517, the other a Hamilton"992B", 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral melamine dial, gold filled open face case, serial #C44633     both running $450 - $550
644 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a 16 size Elgin "Father Time", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat gold open face case, serial #20852234, the other a 16 size Rockford grade 545, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat gold open face case, serial #571228, 159.8g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $800 - $1,000
645 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a 16 size Waltham, 15 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat yellow gold hunting case, serial #21105015, 90.4g TW, and a Thos. Russel & Son, Liverpool, 10 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silver filled open face case, serial #42803     both running, precious metal content marked $550 - $700
646 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first signed "F. Berthoud Paris" on the cuvette, 4 jewel, gilt cylinder movement, engraved gold dial, and engraved, 18 karat gold open face case, serial #48819, 67.5g TW, and a Zenith/ Vail Watch Co. 8 day chronometer, 15 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, and contained in a weighted brass tub with holes for gimbal mounting     Both running, precious metal content marked $400 - $600
647 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size Hamilton "992", 21 jewel nickel movements, Arabic numeral white enamel dials, two with gold filled, open face cases, the other with sterling silver open face case, serial #1231191, 1126620, 1709118     all running $300 - $400
648 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size Hamilton "992B", 21 jewel nickel movements, all with gold filled, open face cases, one with Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, one with Montgomery Arabic numeral melamine dial, and the last with Arabic numeral melamine dial, serial #C154062, C322354, C415907     all running $400 - $500
649 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size Hamilton "992B", 21 jewel nickel movements, one with Arabic numeral white enamel dial, the others with Arabic numeral melamine dials, gold filled open face cases, serial #C366775, C491415, C33982     all running $350 - $500
650 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size Illinois "Bunn Special", 21 jewel nickel movements, one 60 hour, two with Arabic numeral white enamel dials, the other with Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face cases, serial #3313903, 3581745, 5052036     two running, the 60 hour ticks briefly $400 - $550
651 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size Illinois, the first a "Sangamo Special", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #2575314, the next a 60 hour "Bunn Special", 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #4770208, and a "Burlington", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3630318     Burlington and Bunn running, Sangamo not running, good staff $350 - $450
652 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size South Bend, the first a "219", 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1006570, a "227", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1220572, and a "209", 9 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, gold filled open face case, serial #851660     two running, 209 with broken staff $200 - $300
653 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 18 size Illinois, the first a "Bunn", 17 jewel gilt plate movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #50623, the next also a "Bunn", nickel two tone movement marked "17 Ruby Jewels", gold filled open face case, serial #1504321, and a key wind with 11 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silveroid open face case, serial #271510     all running $400 - $500
654 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 18 size, the first a United States Watch Co. "G. A. Read", 7 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silveroid open face case, serial #157647, the next a Tremont Watch Co., 7 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #11151, and an Aurora Watch Co., 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #28098     all running $400 - $500
655 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All Hamilton, the first an 18 size "940", 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #1447671, a 16 size Hamilton "990", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #334903, and a 16 size Hamilton "992", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #2561489     all running $400 - $500
656 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first a 12 size Elgin "Lord Elgin", 21 jewel nickel movement, baton marker metal dial, 14 karat gold open face case, serial #30558682, 48.4g TW, the next a 16 size Hamilton, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #75013, and a 16 size Hamilton "977", 16 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #83228     Hamiltons running, Elgin with good staff, precious metal content marked $400 - $500
657 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first a 16 size Hamilton "992E", 21 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face display case, serial #2654512, the next a 16 size Hamilton "4992B", 22 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, coin silver open face case, serial #4C35313, and a 16 size Waltham "Chronometro Victoria", 17 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, nickel Waltham Watch Co." display case, serial #8947083     all running $300 - $400
658 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first an 18 size Hamilton "940", 21 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, base metal open face case, serial #576328 the next a 16 size Hamilton "2974B", 17 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #2K6651, and a Swiss chronograph, 10 - 12 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case     2974 running, 940 ticks and stops, chronograph with good staff, hammer missing $250 - $350
659 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first an 18 size Waltham, model 1892 "Vanguard", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver open face case, serial #13000789, a 16 size Waltham "Riverside", 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #23080857, a 16 size Hamilton "996", 19 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1503373     all running $300 - $400
660 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): All Hamilton, the first an 18 size "926" for "George Porth, Jefferson City, Mo.", 17 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #24137, the next a 16 size "972", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1110717, the next a 16 size "972", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, Hamilton nickel display case, serial #62878, and a 16 size "4992B", 22 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, base metal open face case, serial #4C118144     all running, 4992B movement incomplete $350 - $450
661 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): The first a 16 size Waltham "Riverside", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #29235693, a 6 size Trenton "Fortuna", 7 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #2120434, a lady's Swiss pendant watch with silver case and cylinder movement, and a Baylor Swiss pocket watch with American eagle and Liberty Bell hunting case     3 running, the other with good staff $200 - $300
662 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): The first a rack lever fusee by J.C. Newton, gilt full plate movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver consular case, serial #882, the next a lever fusee for J.R. Potter Providence, R.I., gilt full plate movement with Liverpool jewelling, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver consular case, serial #12976, a lever fusee by J. M. Johnson, Huddersfield, gilt full plate movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver consular case, serial #10016, and a continental verge fusee in a 20th century wooden case     rack lever running, Potter rusty, Johnson gummy, not running, good staff, verge runs $350 - $450
663 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): The first an 18 size Hamilton "940", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #226808, the next a 16 size Illinois "Bunn Special", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face case, serial #4542060,the next a 16 size Hampden "John C. Dueber", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #2464029, and an Omega, 7 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3498086     all running $400 - $500
664 Pocket watches- 5 (Five): All 16 size Waltham, the first a "Vanguard", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #32165016, a "645", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver open face case, serial #22083297, a "Riverside", 17 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral painted metal dial, nickel open face case, serial #32165016, a "Vanguard", 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #14144847, and a "Crescent St.", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #16179331     4 running, the other ticks briefly $300 - $400
665 Pocket watches- 5 (Five): All Elgin, the first an 18 size "Veritas", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face case, serial #9900936, a 16 size "B.W. Raymond", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face case, serial #39519518, a 16 size "B.W. Raymond", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face case, serial #28207694, a 16 size "B.W. Raymond", 19 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral painted metal dial, gold filled, open face case, serial #20408886, and a 16 size with 7 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #11624570     all running $300 - $400
666 Pocket watches- 5 (Five): All Howard, two Keystone series 11 "Railroad Chronometer", 21 jewel nickel movements, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dials, gold filled, open face cases, serial #1261018, 1283090, two Keystone series 3, 17 jewel nickel movements, Arabic numeral white enamel dials, gold filled open face cases, serial #947225, 945817, and an N size series IV, 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel; open face case, serial #44085     all running, one series 3 with broken click spring $500 - $600
667 Pocket watches- 5 (Five): All Swiss, the first marked "Vacheron, Geneva", 18 karat gold engraved and enameled open face case, the back set with small diamonds, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 10 jewel cylinder movement, the next in an 18 karat gold engine turned open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 10 jewel cylinder movement, the next also in an 18 karat gold engraved, open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 10 jewel cylinder movement, one with 14 karat gold engraved case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 10 jewel cylinder movement, and a "Moeris"14 karat gold engine turned case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 15 jewel lever movement, 37.4g TW 14k, 63.1g TW 18k     Moeris running, precious metal content marked, tested, diamonds tested $600 - $800
668 Pocket watches- 5 (Five): The first an 18 size Hampden "New Railway", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face case, serial #1535493, a 16 size Hampden "Wm. McKinley", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #3052557, a 16 size Rockford grade 530, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #546942, a 16 size Elgin "B.W. Raymond", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel; dial, gold filled open face case, serial #26168292, and a 16 size Illinois "Bunn Special", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3897968     all running $400 - $500
669 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All Illinois, the first a 16 size Santa Fe Special", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral metal dial, nickel open face case, serial #5356511, the next a 16 size with 17 jewel two tone movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial and gold filled open face case, serial #3048402, a 16 size "Forum", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3950274, the last three are 12 size, 17 - 21 jewels, metal and enamel dials, gold filled open face cases, serial #2473232, 3770965, and 2558843     all running $400 - $500
670 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All U.S. Watch Co., Waltham, 18 - 6 size, 7 - 15 jewel, in silver and nickel cases     all running $300 - $400
671 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All Waltham, 12 - 18 size, 7 - 15 jewels, in silver, nickel, and gold filled cases     3 running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
672 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): Five Rockford, 16 and 18 size, 11 - 17 jewels, one with O'Hara style multicolor enamel dial, in silver, nickel, brass, and gold filled cases, together with an N size Howard series VII, with 15 jewel gilt movement, and nickel display case     all running $300 - $400
673 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): Waltham and Elgin, 18 - 16 size, 9 - 17 jewels, in silver, nickel, and gold filled cases     all running $300 - $400
674 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven): Makers including Hamilton, South Bend, Waltham, Hampden, Illinois, and Elgin, 16 and 18 size, 11 - 17 jewel, nickel, silver, and gold filled cases     all running $400 - $500
675 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): All Hampden, 16 and 18 size, 7 - 21 jewel, in silver, nickel, and gold filled cases     all running $350 - $450
676 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): including Howard, Elgin, Cyma, Lorraine and others, together with a hanging pocket watch display case, case dimensions listed     6 running $100 - $200
677 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): Makers including Elgin, Illinois, and Columbus, 18 - 6 size, 7 - 21 jewels, in silver, nickel, and gold filled cases     8 running $300 - $400
678 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): Makers including Hamilton, Elgin, Doxa, and others, 15 - 21 jewels, silver, gold filled, and base metal cases, together with two pocket watch movements and three bezels     five running, two others with good staffs $250 - $350
679 Pocket watches- 10 (Ten): Swiss, many by Doxa, all in decorative, repousse style cases, scenes including mountaineers, miners, fishermen, a rugby match, hunters, and more     8 running $1,500 - $2,000
680 Pocket watches- 11 (Eleven): Makers including Hamilton, N.Y. Standard, New England Watch Co., and others     five running $300 - $400
681 Pocket watches- 12 (Twelve): Swiss, 19th and 20th century, makers including Union Horlogere, Continental Watch Co., and others     8 running $300 - $400
682 Watch cases- 8 (Eight): Five 18 size in silver, one 16 size, gold filled, two 6 size, gold filled, together with a 16 size Illinois "Santa Fe Special" movement and dial, a 12 size Elgin pocket watch, and a leather watch wallet with Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen card     fair to good, with wear and minor losses $250 - $350
683 Watch Movements- 30 (Thirty): American, Swiss, and English, makers including U.S. Watch Co., Howard, Hampden, Waltham, Perret, Pardoux, and others     for parts $250 - $350
684 Large lot of wrist and pocket watches and parts including many character watches.     sold "as is". Some watches in original boxes. $300 - $400
685 Carolina Custom Case Co., lot of 6 protective cases for pocket and wrist watches     good $200 - $300
686 Regina Music Box Co., Rahway, N.J., Style 50, double comb, short bedplate, serpentine case, 15.5 inch music box with 5 discs.     the case retains its original finish, excellent on the inside and worn on the outside, especially on right side of lid, nicks and scrapes along base molding. Box is operational and plays music with good volume, and includes crank. With interesting horn and wreath transfer on top of lid. $3,000 - $4,000
687 Switzerland, 10 tune music box, walnut veneered top with a rosewood veneered insert with marquetry flowers, the sides walnut veneered with string inlay on the front with an oval inlay with marquetry flowers with ebonized corners and case molding. 14.5 inch cylinder with one piece comb and nine tuned bells.     The box lacks a tune card. The movement has been very nicely cleaned and put into running order. The last pin on the high end of the comb is broken off. The tips on the rest of the comb teeth are intact. A nice sounding box that changes tunes easily and stops at the end of tune if the lever is off. $1,500 - $2,000
688 Julien p. Frieze & Sons, Belfort Meteorological Observatory instrument in wooden and glass case measuring wind direction, velocity, sunshine and rainfall and a box of barometer parts and two small barometers, together with an outer box for a Hamilton navigation watch     sold "as is". The meteorological instrument is in untouched original condition. $300 - $400
689 Sextant- Boxed sextant by Henry Hughes & Sons of London. WWII-era English marine instrument with black finish in original finger-jointed box with brass hardware. Inside of box has framed "HUSUN" examination certificate dated 1942. Serial number 30121 is stamped on instrument and printed on examination certificate.     the instrument appears to be in very good condition. One empty bottle is inside the case. Other slots in the case are empty. No key for the case. $150 - $250
690 Nautical Instruments- 3 (Three) Marine Instruments: (1) Wallace & Tiernan, Belleville, NJ, "U.S. Coast Guard Marine Escapement clock", type MT-88 with 8 day time only spring driven movement balance wheel movement made by the Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass. in a cast metal case, dated 1946. Once every minute a cam associated with the second hand closes an electrical contact on the dial. This may have been used for signaling purposes; (2) Merrill, NY, 4 inch gimbaled marine compass in mahogany box; (3) Saura Marine Instruments Co., Japan, 2.5 inch hand bearing compass with viewing lens in wooden box.     (1) Worn paint on metal case with two intact metal labels. The Chelsea movement is serial number 570913. The movement ticks briskly when wound but was not tested long term; (2) The instrument is still filled with fluid. The compass dial has darkened nearly to black. The finger-jointed case is in very good condition (3) The mahogany wooden case is an old cigar box. There is a large air bubble within the compass. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
691 T. Boxell, Brighton, an ornately carved softwood barometer, the base with "green man" mask, trimmed with foliate ornament, beneath a shelf with barley twist columns flanking a thermometer with engraved reamur and fahrenheit scales, the top with engraved barometer scales surrounded by carved trim, and surmounted with a large, removable top carved with scallop shell, fruit and leaves     refinished, in good condition overall, some components reglued and with glue residue, a few minor nicks and chips, all scales good, a bit dirty $3,500 - $4,500
692 English stick barometer with pagoda top signed "Jas. Argo, Ph.D. with inlaid door, grain painted case, and painted metal dial, c1800.     Mercury vial is broken at the bottom and is empty. Small trim piece missing on crest. The case has some scratches and is a missing a section at the very bottom. $400 - $600
693 Unsigned English banjo or wheel barometer with thermometer, hygrometer, and spirit level in a rosewood veneer case.     The mercury tube is complete, filled, and in working order. The case is in beautiful condition except for some minor splits in the veneer. Nice silvered dials, convex glasses, and mirror. $300 - $400
694 R. Camotta, Halifax wheel barometer with thermometer, hygrometer and level in inlaid mahogany case     the case is in good condition with inlay intact. The mercury tube is intact. The glass over the level is absent. $200 - $300
695 Welch Scientific Co., Skokie, Illinois, "Standard Mercurial Barometer" on wood backboard. This type of barometer was used by the United States Weather Bureau and other laboratories. 6mm heavy-walled glass tube, vacuum filled with mercury. Double-scale made of non-tarnishing nickel silver.     Appears to be in very good condition and in working order. $100 - $200
696 Barometers- 2 (Two) English: (1) Lloyd, Payne & Amiel, Manchester, aneroid barometer with alcohol thermometer with red accented scales in a carved oak case with floral design; (2) Chapman, Lewes, banjo or wheel mercury barometer with thermometer, hygrometer, and spirit level in a rosewood veneered case.     (1) Case is in beautiful condition. Scales have some crazing but are sharp, complete, and attractive. The bezel glass is a bit small, so its edges are somewhat visible; (2) Mercury vial is broken and has been drained. Case is in good condition, as are silvered dials and convex glasses. $400 - $600
697 Barometers- 2 (Two) English Stick: (1) English, modern stick barometer with alcohol thermometer walnut case; (2) English, stick barometer signed "A. Galletti, Optician, Glasgow" with thermometer scale in walnut case.     (1) Missing mercury vial; (2) Missing mercury vial and thermometer. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
698 Barometers- 3 (Three) English Barometers: (1) English, banjo or wheel barometer with mercury thermometer, hygrometer, and spirit level in walnut case; (2) English, banjo or wheel barometer with thermometer scale, hygrometer, and spirit level and walnut case; (3) English, banjo or wheel barometer signed "I. Verga" with alcohol thermometer in a mahogany case with inlays.     (1) Mercury tube is missing. Silvered dials are tarnished. Large case and dial; (2) Broken and empty mercury tube. Missing thermometer tube. Brass is showing through the silver on the dial; (3) Cracked glass over dial. Missing piece on crest. Dimensions provided are for item (1). Sold "as is". $300 - $400
699 Barometers- 3 (Three) English Barometers: (1) English, banjo or wheel barometer signed "C. Marinone & Bardoli" with inlayed mahogany case and mercury thermometer; (2) English, banjo or wheel barometer signed "J. Donegani, Northampton with alcohol thermometer with a book matched mahogany case with inlays; (3) English, banjo or wheel barometer with alcohol thermometer, hygrometer, and spirit level in walnut case.     (1) Bezel glass is broken and pointer is missing. Glass mercury tube is intact and contains mercury. Thermometer tube is included but will need to be remounted; (2) Bezel glass is broken. Glass mercury tube is absent. Pointer knob is missing; (3) Crest and finial is missing. Inner glass tube is missing. Silvered dial had darkened. Sold "as is" $200 - $400
700 Emil Mutschler, Bienne, Switzerland, club tooth lever escapement model, damascened nickel plates, blued steel screws, polished steel lever and rollers, and with balance planted between the plates, signed "Emil Mutschler Ecole d' Horlogerie Bienne 1888"     running, minor marks and scratches, minor wear to plating, a few specks of oxide, spot of corrosion, bottom plate, mainspring too powerful, causes excessive amplitude and knocking. This model differs from those more often seen in that the balance is hidden from view, and the focus is on the escape wheel, lever, and rollers. The components are also inverted, allowing for unobstructed observation of the various parts in action. $600 - $900
701 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 21 marine chronometer, 14 jewel key wind and set, straight line damascened nickel plate movement with spring detent escapement and chronometer balance with helical hairspring, Arabic numeral metal dial with wind indicator, black painted steel spade and poker hands, contained in a gimbaled mahogany box with brass hardware, serial #2E2204, "N2204" marked on dial indicating that it was commissioned for use on a Navy vessel     box good, with marks and scratches, hardware a bit darkened, one screw for attaching gimbals to tub stripped, gimbal with minor tarnish, dial with a few minor marks, hands good, movement with minor marks and scratches, dirty and oily, runs well, $1,500 - $2,000
702 Thomas Mercer Ltd., St. Albans, England, break circuit chronometer with mechanism for sending a signal at one minute intervals, 14 jewel, two day fusee movement with Z balance, and spring detent escapement, an auxiliary wheel mounted to the the fourth wheel arbor closing a pair of contacts for one second every minute, mounted to an aluminum plate, and contained in an aluminum canister silvered dial showing seconds on the outer ring, with subsidiary 24 hour chapter, blued steel hands, all contained in a fabric covered, wooden box with screw terminals, serial # 20914, mid 20th century     movement tarnished, dirty and very oily, circuitry appears to be complete, dial with minor tarnish, hands good, running, one movement mounting screw missing, cover for aluminum canister missing, box with staining $1,000 - $1,500
703 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 22 chronometer watch with wind indicator, 35 size, 21 jewels, stem wind, pin set, adjusted to 6 positions and temperature, straight line damascened nickel plate movement, with lever escapement and micrometric regulator, Arabic numeral silvered metal dial, black steel spade and poker hands, the timepiece contained in a gimbaled bowl, and mounted in a mahogany box, movement marked "U.S. Navy Bu. Ships - 1942", serial #2F9086     box in an old finish, minor marks and scratches, rear right corner of top bumped, gimbal and related hardware in original lacquer, with minor marks and scratches, dial and hands very good, movement with minor scratches and specks of dirt, running $600 - $800
704 Parkinson & Frodsham, London, a two day marine chronometer movement and dial, with tub, serial #1135, for parts     balance pivots broken, detent broken $200 - $300
705 Chronometer movements- 2 (Two), the first an eight day with spotted plates, reverse fusee, Z balance, and helical hairspring, the other a two day, also with Z balance and helical hairspring, together with a chronometer winding key, and a set of gold chronometer hands     for parts $400 - $600
706 Attributed to Courvoisier, La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland, quarter striking carriage clock with dead-center seconds, glazed, gilt brass case on turned feet, front door with scalloped ornament, gilt, engraved mask enframing the Roman numeral white enamel dial and subsidiary alarm and date displays, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day movement having a chronometer platform with pivoted detent escapement and five arm steel balance, and polished steel strike work with blued springs mounted to the back plate, grand sonnerie (night) striking changing automatically to petit sonnerie (day) striking every twelve hours, repeating the hours and quarters on demand, case bottom with sonnerie/ silent lever, case bottom numbered 118     case dirty, and with losses to gilding, feet replaced, repeat button replaced, dial mask with minor wear at winding apertures, time dial with a few minor scratches, minor chips around holes in date and alarm dials, seconds hand replaced, movement dirty, gummy, a few specks of oxide on bright work, running and striking, service and adjustment recommended, petite striking with one dead blow sounding (an adjustment of the lever which blocks the hammers needed). This clock is essentially identical to clocks by Frederic Courvoisier illustrated in "Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks" by Derek Roberts, and "Carriage Clocks" by Allix & Bonnert. An important difference present in this clock is the use of a central seconds hand, beating dead seconds; this may be unique, as all of the other Courvoisier clocks we are aware of with seconds display do so on a seconds bit below 12:00. Although this clock is unsigned, the favorable comparison with the illustrated clocks supports our attribution. A rare clock. $14,000 - $18,000
707 France, hour repeating carriage clock in the form of a sedan chair, the gilt and silvered brass case with rococo style ornament, scrolls, and shells, case sides portraits of a young woman with red guilloche and polychrome enamel frames, and also a small oval portrait of a putto in a garden below the dial, the top with scrolled brackets supporting a fleur de lis finial, Roman numeral gilt metal dial, also with red guilloche and polychrome enamel frame, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, counting the hours on a gong, and repeating the hour on demand     case good, silver darkened, paintings very good, guilloche frame on right with some damage and minor loss, frame on left with small repair, dial frame with damage at corners, minor loss at lower left, dial good, movement tries to run, needs service, striking and repeating functional. This is the nicest example of this form that we have handled. $5,000 - $7,000
708 Dent, Paris, a very decorative repeating carriage clock with simple calendar and alarm, the cast, gilt case on hybrid paw feet with acanthus and scroll ornament, base with male mask above a foliate festoon, the top corners with acanthus ornamented masks and foliate pendants, and the top bordered with bead and leaf decorated moldings below an openwork, reinceaux fret, Roman numeral white enamel dial with subsidiary displays for alarm, day, and date, blued steel trefoil hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, striking the hour and half hour in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand     case dirty, with losses to gilding, and some tarnish, left glass with chips at top, right glass with chip at upper right, dial restored, hour hand repaired, movement ticks, strikes, and repeats correctly, bell replaced, alarm mainspring broken, alarm winding arbor catches when turned, calendar functional, would benefit from service $4,000 - $5,000
709 France, a mid 19th century striking carriage clock with alarm and semi perpetual calendar, the gilt, glazed case ornamented with trailing vines and leaves, the side panels of one piece construction with the glasses retained by inner frames, Roman numeral white enamel dial with subsidiary displays for the alarm, month, day, and date, blued steel trefoil hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform and calendar, with automatic correction for months with less than 31 days, sounding the hour and half hour in passing     case dirty, minor losses to gilding, specks of verdigris, carrying handle mounts replaced, rear door with replaced knob, front glass with minor chips at corners, glasses with minor chips, dial restored, minute, month, and alarm hands replaced, movement very oily, dirty, with repairs, bell with abrasion at center, ticks and strikes, calendar mechanism incomplete, needs service $3,000 - $3,500
710 Charles Oudin, Paris, miniature Caryatides style carriage clock, the silvered case with caryatid corners, masks and detailed foliate ornament, case top with handle, and beveled glass allowing observation of the oscillating balance, Roman numeral, dead white silvered dial, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform, the case bottom signed "Cles. Oudin 52 Palais Royal Paris"     case with minor wear, silver with tarnish, handle replaced, dial good, hands replaced, running. $1,200 - $1,500
711 D.F. Aubert, a Geneve, grand sonnerie striking carriage clock with alarm and repeat, gilt one piece case with beveled glasses, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day movement with lever platform, striking grand or petite sonnerie quarters in passing, and repeating on demand     gilding with wear, front glass with minor chip at lower left corner, rear door with gouge, upper hinge has been reset, small holes drilled in case above hinge, dial with minor hairlines, and chips around hole in alarm chapter, hands with minor oxide, steel parts in movement with minor oxide, running striking will need attention, strikes three quarters when passing the hour, alarm working, movement would benefit from service, a very nice, early clock. D.F. Aubert was a manufacturer of timepieces and music boxes, 1828 - 1840. $1,200 - $1,800
712 Drocourt, Paris, hour repeating carriage clock, engraved, gilt Gorge case with beveled glasses at front, top, and back, the sides with polychrome painted porcelain panels depicting couples in antique dress strolling through landscaped gardens, the dial also decorated to match the sides, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, striking and repeating on a bell mounted to the back plate     case very good, front glass with large chip, dial with repair and inpainting at top, left panel with repair at lower left, and crack at upper right, right side with minor scratch, movement will run, strike train very gummy, running very slowly, strike hammer missing, bell replaced $1,000 - $1,500
713 France, for Tiffany & Co., New York, hour repeating carriage clock with alarm, the glazed, the gilt, architectural case with projecting corners, fluted columns supporting a molded cornice, and a conforming, ovolo molded top with carrying handle, Roman numeral white enamel dial with subsidiary alarm chapter, blued steel Breguet style hands, and 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, striking the hour and half hour in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand, serial #3130, dial and movement signed     case dirty and with verdigris, particularly on the top, could be cleaned by a competent restorer or conservator, gilding good, with minor losses, glasses good, faint hairline at bottom of dial, minute hand with repair and oxide, movement oily, ticks and strikes, repeating functioning correctly, alarm working $1,000 - $1,500
714 France, a large carriage clock with barometer and exposed balance, gilt bronze case with cavetto molded base and cornice, case top with inset barometer and large carrying handle, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with matte gilt, sunk center, and exposed lever platform below 12:00, balance oscillating beneath a silvered, openwork bridge, 8 day, time and strike movement with round plates, striking the hour and half hour in passing     case good, a bit dirty, and with minor losses to gilding, bezel glass with scratch, dial with faint hairlines, escapement platform tarnished, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $900 - $1,200
715 France, hour repeating carriage clock with alarm, glazed, ornate "pillars" style variant case, Roman numeral silver dial with subsidiary alarm chapter, decorated with engine turning and foliate engraving, blued steel distaff style hands, 8 day movement with lever platform, striking the hour and half hour in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand     case polished, and with polish residue, front glass with chips at lower right, right glass with crack at upper left, dial good, hands with minor oxide, movement ticking, striking and repeating correctly, alarm functional $800 - $1,000
716 Margaine, Paris, for the English market, hour repeating carriage clock with alarm, the glazed, gilt case with torus molded base and cornice, the corners with fluted pilasters, and top with folding carrying handle, matte, gilt Roman numeral dial with subsidiary alarm chapter, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day movement with lever platform, sounding ting tang hours and half hours in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand, back plate with Margaine's mark     case dirty, with tarnish, minor verdigris, and with losses to gilding, glasses good, dial and hands good, hands not synchronized with striking (incorrect hours), movement ticks and strikes, repeating correctly, alarm not working $600 - $900
717 France, hour repeating carriage clock, glazed, gilt Corniche case Arabic numeral white enamel dial with matte, gilt mask, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, striking the hours and half hours in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand     gilding restored, minor polish residue, right glass with chip at lower left, rear glass with tiny chip at lower right, door loose, hinge pins need to be replaced, dial and hands good, movement with some staining on back plate, dirty, ticks, strikes, and repeats correctly $350 - $450
719 Viennese armchair form desk clock, cast brass case set with polychrome enamel panels, the casting with foliate ornament and griffin heads at upper back, and arms with the heads of other mythical beasts, enamel panels done in typical 19th century Viennese style, with figures, and classical ornament, the chair back set with a 30 hour key wound timepiece     case with polish residue, enamel with small chip at top of chair back, timepiece and bezel replaced, not running $1,200 - $1,800
720 Victorian desk compendium of double carriage clock form, gilt brass case with turned feet, finials, and fluted columns, eight beveled glasses, and engraved panels with red enamel infill, the left side containing the clock, Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel hands, 8 day time and alarm movement with lever platform, the right side with barometer and compass, both with silvered dials and blued steel indicators, case front also mounted with centigrade thermometer, case top with carrying handle     case dirty and with losses to gilding and polish residue, clock, thermometer, and barometer dials with darkening, alarm dial with verdigris, thermometer replaced, movement runs briefly, alarm functional, would benefit from service $1,000 - $1,500
721 Switzerland, paperweight clock with calendar and phases of the moon, silver case mounted with transparent glass hemispheres, and with correctors for calendar and moon phases in the band, Roman numeral white enamel dial with subsidiary dials for the day, date, month, and seconds, blued steel hands, gilt, 30 hour, 11 jewel pin set movement with lever escapement, marked "Phoenix Indestructible", diameter 67mm     case with minor dings and scratches, glasses with minor chips and dings, dial with hairlines and chip at edge, nearly invisible with glass in place, movement running, one jewel replaced, calendar and moon phases functional, correctors functional $500 - $600
722 Elliott, London, for Garrard & Co., Ltd., shelf clock, rectilinear green onyx case with gilt bezel, gilt composite dial, blued steel trefoil hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement     case with a few minor flakes, bezel with minor losses to gilding, minor tarnish, dial good, ticks briefly and stops $400 - $500
723 Le Coultre & Co., Switzerland, model 482 "World Time" desk clock, gilt case with convex glass, gilt dial with 34 cities around perimeter, and also with date display at 6:00, 8 day timepiece movement     case a bit dirty, running $400 - $600
725 Didisheim, Goldschmidt, Fils & Co., Switzerland- 2 (Two) 30 hour desk timepieces: (1) the first marked "Idylle au Village" and features a European scene, and with an automated Cupid forging arrows below the clock tower, mounted to a green, variegated marble base, (2) the other with European streetscape, featuring buildings and a clock tower, and mounted to a green onyx base, dimensions of first clock listed     both running, bases with minor flakes and chips, automated clock missing setting knob $300 - $400
726 Renova, Switzerland, a nickel plated, musical alarm clockthe rectilinear case on ball feet, Arabic numeral metal dial, blued steel luminous baton hands, 30 hour timepiece movement with music box concealed in the base     minor marks and scratches, some losses to plating, dial and hands good, ticks briefly and stops, alarm function and music box working $150 - $250
727 Edward S. Moulton, Rochester, New Hampshire tall case clock, the cherry case with fretwork top, turned finials and ogee bracket feet, numbered and signed by the maker, Roman numeral painted metal dial with seconds bit, calendar, and rocking ship, the back with label of Spencer & Nolen, Washington St., Boston, 8 day, time and strike, brass weight driven movement     the case has a very old refinish and is signed with maker's orientation marks and "NO 12". The fine fret work on hood is original with a glue repair. There is a split in the base with some restorations. The movement has typical NH style plate cutout. The dial has some oxidation on arch with rocking ship but is in otherwise excellent condition with fabulous Spencer & Nolan label still legible and mostly intact on backside. The tin can weights, hands and pulleys are original. The original hands are exceptional. E. S. Moulton was later listed as clockmaker in Saco, Maine. $6,000 - $8,000
728 Peter Stretch, Philadelphia, 18th century tall clock, walnut case with caddy top above a deep, cavetto molded cornice, bonnet door with attached, turned columns, trunk with thumb molded, figured walnut door, and heavy ogee moldings at top and bottom, and the base with removable panel, feet cut from the front and sides, the square, composite dial with gilt, matted center, decorated winding holes, and Roman numeral, silvered chapter ring, pierced steel hands, 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement with count wheel between the plates, brass pendulum with wooden rod, and cylindrical lead weights     case with repairs and modifications, refinished, trunk and base with uneven color and fading, dial mask not attached to bonnet, original feet or base molding missing, dial dirty, spandrels with minor verdigris, silvered components worn, hour hand with minor bend, movement ticks and strikes, would benefit from service, pendulum ball altered or replaced, weight pulleys replaced $5,000 - $7,000
729 Unsigned Roxbury style tall clock, mahogany case with typical Boston fretted hood, finials and chimneys, trunk door with string inlay, string and leaf inlaid plinth, stop fluted corner and hood columns with brass capitals, and oval inlay in base, English painted metal dial with false plate and floral / bird decorated arch and spandrels, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement     the case has an old refinish and is in very good condition. There is restoration to the base and feet and the seat board is a replacement. The finials are period style replacements. The dial is in good condition with some touchup, particularly where the dial feet attach. The glass is early wavy glass on hood and the pendulum is wooden rod type, including period weights. $4,000 - $6,000
730 English, 3-train, 9-tube, brass dial tall clock, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., mahogany case with pediment top, door with two bevelled glasses, and with flanking columns having carved Ionic capitals, and resting on carved feet, composite dial with aplied numerals, silvered chapter ring and seconds bit, and displaying the phases of the moon, 8 day, quarter chiming, weight driven movemen     the clock is in very good original condition and the case retains its original finish. The dial is in excellent condition and one tube has a small crack about 2". The clock was running in the consignor's home and was well maintained. $2,500 - $3,500
731 Merryweather, Birmingham, late 18th century tall clock with automata in the arch, the oak case with bracket feet, the base with thumb molded panel with incurved corners, trunk with engaged quarter columns and thumb molded door with oxbow and ogee shaped top, bonnet with break arch door, flanking columns, and pagoda top, composite dial with Roman numeral, silvered chapter ring, the signed, engraved center with calendar aperture below the center arbor, and the arch with disc, having an oil painting of a deranged looking fellow with wagging tongue and moving eyes, 8 day, weight driven time and strike movement, cast iron weights, and pendulum with brass clad ball     case refinished, minor marks and scratches, a few small losses to upper trunk molding, case back with cleat added at top, left cheek with shim, dial restored, hands mismatched, portrait disc loose, movement ticks and strikes, crutch bent, linkages from crutch to eyes and tongue replaced, will need repair and adjustment, weights good, pendulum rod replaced $2,000 - $3,000
732 Germany, tall clock with 8 tune barrel organ, Gothic style softwood case, tall rectangular base below the trunk with fluted columns flanking the door, bonnet with decorative piercing, and stepped gable trim set with 15 turned finials, Roman numeral skeletonized dial with paper backing, brass, pierced spade hands, barrel organ playing eight tunes on twenty wooden pipes, cast iron weights, winding crank and brass pendulum ball     case refinished, left side mid molding loose, scuffs and scrapes, paper backing on piercing with tears, dial with warp and minor splits, hands with tarnish and minor bends, movement ticking, two levers missing from front plate, barrel organ will run, one pipe split at glue joints, weights good, pendulum rod missing. We did not run the organ, but the consignor did have it operating. The case and movement of this clock appear to be made of American woods, and some construction details of the movement differ from what we usually see in comparable German work. $1,000 - $1,500
733 Hall clock, 8 day, time and strike on gong, two weight driven movement by Elite (Germany) in a mahogany case with reeded corner columns on trunk with brass capital flanking beveled glass door. The hood has full masculine columns and carved rosettes on broken arch top. The brass dial has silvered chapter ring, applied brass numerals and spandrels, moon phase and silvered calendar and second's bit.     the clock is in good original condition including finish. The feet need to be reattached but are present. The weights and pendulum are original. The moon disc is in excellent condition. There is a great Paine Furniture label on the rear of the case in good condition. $1,200 - $1,500
734 Peter Garon, London, three train chiming tall clock with chinoiserie case, the base with cavetto molding, trunk with rectangular door and brass strap hinges, bonnet with applied, cast brass fret in frieze, and door with integral, flanking columns, composite dial with gilt, matted center, decorated winding and seconds holes, gilt spandrels, and silvered, Roman numeral chapter ring, with strike/ silent selection in the arch, blued, pierced steel hands, and substantial, weight driven brass movement with five pillars, chiming on 6 bells, and striking the hours on a gong     case with repairs, dings and marks, bonnet with unfinished repairs, caddy top missing, one side fret missing dial dirty and with minor tarnish, losses to silvering, seconds hand missing, movement dirty and with Victorian modifications, ticks, strikes, chime train complete, runs, but hammers do not move, pendulum replaced, lacking weights, as is. $1,000 - $2,000
735 Germany, dwarf tall clock, 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight driven wooden plate movement, signed on the reverse in old German script, in a paint decorated case, signed "Johan Bratenberger" over a vase full of flowers with undecipherable initials on trunk door, is decorated with a robin, and floral decorations on either side of hood. The case has decorated wings to accommodate pendulum swing. The paint decorated wooden dial has a religious scene in arch.     the case retains its original painted surface. The dial is original. One weight is a replacement. This is a very unusual example of German country furniture. $600 - $800
736 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 00 Timepiece" tower or street clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement including two sets of wooden tower clock hands, motion works and pendulum     the frame retains most of its original paint. There is one period set of hands that are well made and chamfered. The other set are reproductions. The suspension and adjustment mechanism for pendulum are absent but the adjustment knob is present. The pendulum bob appears original with cast iron bob and keystone. A crank is included. $1,000 - $1,500
737 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 00 Timepiece" tower or street clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement including one set of wooden tower clock hands, motion works, weights and pendulum     sold "as is". Appears to be complete and in good condition. Includes a 23" minute hand and a 18" hour hand painted white, six cast iron weights, what appears to be the original pendulum bob and keystone (with replaced stick) cast iron pulley, several brass numerals (see photo) and other accessories. $2,000 - $3,000
738 Nels Johnson, Manistee, Michigan, "Century" tower clock #1, originally installed in the Lyman Block building, Manistee, Michigan, the single train timepiece with paint decorated cast iron frames, Graham dead beat escapement, involute gearing, and Harrison's maintaining power, mounted to a black painted, cast iron base, with Johnsons bi metallic, compensating pendulum, cast iron crank with rosewood handle, and distribution network for four dials, together with the zinc finial from the Lyman tower     paint with minor losses, dirty, needs service, pilot dial missing, pallets worn, connector for distribution network missing, transmission shaft bent, scattered patches of surface rust, finial weathered and with a few holes. Nels Johnson was born in Denmark in 1839, and had, by the 1870s, made his way to Manistee, Michigan. He set up a machine shop and foundry, and began producing his Century clock in the late 1880s. The first was sold to Lyman Mason, and installed at his newly constructed Lyman Block building in Muskegon, in 1889. Johnson worked alone, and is believed to have manufactured between 50 and 60 clocks. Paperwork accompanying this lot includes a photocopy of Johnsons 1894 tower clock catalog, which illustrates his product line, and an NAWCC article which supports the fact that this is his first clock. $5,000 - $7,000
739 Deltroit, Paris, a large, Charles X mantel regulator, gilt bronze portico style case with acanthus and waterleaf decorated base molding, columns with laurel wreathed bases, multi part Corinthian capitals, and supporting an ornate entablature, the architrave with stepped fascia and leaf and dart moldings, coffered frieze also with leaf and dart moldings and central rosettes, and the cornice with leaf and dart, dental, egg and dart, and anthemion decorated moldings, gilt bezel with acanthus ornament, Roman numeral silver dial with inner seconds chapter, and perimeter date display, blued steel hands, 8 - 15 day brass movement with pin wheel escapement, the back plate signed in script "Deltroit Eleve de Janvier", heavy gridiron pendulum with knife edge suspension, silvered beat scale, dial and movement signed     case very good, a bit dirty and with minor staining, gilding with minor losses, dial good, hands with minor oxide, movement running and striking, very dirty, some steel components with surface rust, pendulum with minor scratches and dings on some parts. This is a particularly nice example of the portico style, with finely detailed ornament on all sides, and well finished movement, indicating that the clock was to be displayed before an over mantel mirror. Little is known about this maker, with only a mention of the name and location in the most recent edition of "Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World" by Brian Loomes. It is interesting to note that Deltroit included "student of Janvier" on the back plate, suggesting that he studied under Antide Janvier, one of the most eminent makers in horological history. A coded number below the signature may be the date of completion, possibly 1830. $4,000 - $6,000
740 LeRoy & Fils, Paris, for the English market, a large and unusual mantel or table regulator with coup perdu escapement and center seconds, in a glazed, gilt bronze case with arch top, the base with bold torus, ogee, and cavetto moldings, the sides with inverted, scrolled consoles below cavetto and ogee molded trim, and the top with turned finial, Roman numeral white enamel dial with recessed center, and visible escapement with jeweled pallets signed "Augte. Pointeaux", blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike movement by Pons with square plates, and with knob for setting at the upper left side of the back plate, gilt pendulum with heavy brass ball, dial and movement signed.     case is very good, with minor spotting and specks of verdigris, dial professionally restored, hands good, pendulum good, ticks and strikes, bell replaced, exit pallet with small chip at tip, service and adjustment recommended. LeRoy is a name well known to students of horological history. This clock was likely retailed through their London outlet at 296 Regent Street, which was established in 1854, and catered to a wealthy English clientele. In 1863, LeRoy & Fils was appointed Watchmaker to Queen Victoria, and later secured this designation to the Emperor of Brazil, and Queen Isabella II of Spain. The LeRoy firm were participants in the major 19th century exhibitions of arts and industry, and regularly received high honors for their work. A clock with an identical case and escapement is in the collection of the L. Leroy museum, and can be seen at www.montres- leroy.com. The company also offers extracts from their archives which would provide details regarding the manufacture and sale of this clock. The coup perdu (lost beat) escapement allows for a half seconds pendulum to show true seconds. Every other vibration is "dead", as in the chronometer escapement, thus allowing a pendulum beating 120 times per minute to display dead seconds on the dial. $6,000 - $9,000
741 France, (Guilmet) industrial series "steam hammer", polished and patinated bronze case on a black slate base with polished feet, the hammer forming part of the complex pendulum, rising and falling, appearing to strike the anvil as the clock runs, Roman numeral metal dial, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement, with Guilmets modifications, and also with Guilmet's mark on the back plate     surface dirty, polished surfaces retaining their original lacquer, with minor losses, patinated surfaces very good, with some minor staining, base with a few small chips, numeral 6 with a patch of verdigris, hands with bends, one small trim screw missing on back, ticks and strikes. An excellent, unrestored example of this desirable model. For additional information on Guilmet and on Industrial clocks, see Roberts' book titled "Mystery, Novelty, And Fantasy Clocks" [Schiffer Publishing, 1999] $6,000 - $8,000
742 Ls. Mallet, a Paris, mantel or table regulator with center seconds, the polished, mahogany veneered oak case with gilt mounts, the base ornament with vines terminating in swans and flanking a central wreath, the column bases and capitals with crosshatch and leaf patterns, supporting the arch top with seven gilt stars above the decorative bezel, with Roman numeral, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, large 8 day, time and strike movement contained in a protective, glazed cylinder, the movement with round plates, pinwheel escapement, and knife edge suspended, bimetallic gridiron pendulum beating half seconds     case nicely refinished, one star replaced, mounts regilded, dial with minor chips at left winding arbor, hands painted black, movement ticks and strikes, pendulum with minor staining and tarnish, one screw at top of pendulum with broken head and added, improvised washer, rear glass broken, rim on glass frame partially detached $2,500 - $3,500
743 France, a large and impressive figural table clock with annular dial, the white marble base with bow front and back, each with a bead molded, blued steel door, mounted with gilt bronze ornaments, composed of a pair of crossed arrows with bowknot, and intermingled leaves and vines, the sides mounted with gilt floral arrangements, and resting on a conforming, cavetto molded plinth, surmounted by two female nudes flanking a central column with triangular base, and supporting an urn with flame finial containing the dial, each figure bearing a torch to "illuminate" the annular display, high quality 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform contained in the base, and linked to the dial through a rod in the column, front plate marked "AC" within an oval, and numbered 174     dirty, losses to gilding and with some tarnish, scattered specks of verdigris, steel doors reblued with lacquer, marble with a few tiny flakes, a few enamel cartouches with minor hairlines. Movement dirty, running, would benefit from service / cleaning. $15,000 - $20,000
744 France, industrial series "Church Bell", gilt trimmed griotte marble base below stylized A shaped frames supporting the silver bell with oak headstock, all hardware in silvered or gilt finish, the bell front engraved "VAE. MIHI. SI. NON. EVANGELISAVERO" below the Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform     very good, minor dings and scratches, minor tarnish on silver surfaces, gilt surfaces very good, with minor wear, left A frame support with small bulge from fastening screw, dial numerals with minor losses, hour hand replaced, ticks and strikes. The inscription on the front is from first Corinthians, ix 16, and translates "Woe unto me if I preach not the Gospel". See Derek Roberts "Mystery, Novelty, and Fantasy Clocks", page 260, for an identical clock, retailed by Cartier. $5,000 - $7,000
745 Sidney Advertising Clock Co., Sidney Otsego County, New York, huge "Advertising" wall clock, softwood case with reverse painted glass, the lower section with advertising rolls, rotating once every five minutes, papered metal dial, and 8 day, time and calendar, spring driven movement     the case is fully restored, original movement is manufactured by Seth Thomas, top and door are professional and proper replacements, revolving canisters and their mechanism have been properly reproduced and bear multiple advertisements, dial has been repapered, gallery on top of the clock is ready to receive an advertisement under the glass. This is a fully restored and uncommon clock. $3,000 - $4,000
746 Baird Clock Manufacturing Co., Plattsburgh, New York, "Lanura and Silkura, Silk & Wool", advertising wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a painted mixed wood case with paper mache doors displaying embossed advertising including the "The Family Flannels." on the inner ring of lower door and "BE WISE IN TIME & WEAR LANURA AND SILKURA. &" on the upper door with papered metal dials     the clock is in outstanding original condition. The case is in excellent condition. The papered dial has normal wear and the label is in excellent condition. The pendulum bob is original. The movement is stamped "BAIRD CLOCK CO". $1,800 - $2,200
747 Baird Clock Manufacturing Co., Plattsburg, NY, 8 day, spring driven brass movement advertising wall timepiece. This timepiece advertises the English firm "Walkden's Inks" which was established at London, England in 1735. Walkden was the oldest existing company that commissioned Baird clocks.     This is a rare model in excellent condition. Original paper dial in nice condition with only a small abraded area just below the winding arbor. Original hands and pendulum. Baird signed movement manufactured for him by the Seth Thomas Clock Company, the major supplier of Baird movements. The bottom board on the case behind the doors appears replaced. $1,200 - $1,600
748 "Paradise Hotel" three color neon electric wall clock, time only, with sweep seconds hand     the clock is operational, keeps time and all the neon tubes are intact. The dial has been touched up. The presence of three neon colors is unusual and makes for a great effect. $600 - $800
749 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike spring wagon spring miniature steeple on frame with single candle finials.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. There are some chips to the veneer on the base. Original silver stenciled tablets are by Wm. B. Fenn with some loss to the lower one and loss to the border on the top one. Original painted dial has some wear to the numbers and scattered loss on the edges and at the winding arbors. Stamped Chauncey Boardman movement. Original hands. 30 hour wagon springs are much rarer than 8-day ones. $3,000 - $3,500
750 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time only, brass weight driven movement OG shelf clock.     this is a rare time only model with mahogany veneered case, old finish, veneer loss on the bottom outer band and a repair on the bottom left side. Original stamped brass dial has some paint loss to the numbers. Original hands. A very unusual original tablet has a small crack in the lower right corner. A dark, but readable label inside. There is also a hard to read overpasted handwritten label that describes the movement as 8 day. A similar example can be found in "From Rags to Riches to Rags; The Story of Chauncey Jerome" by Chris Bailey on page 82. This is a NAWCC Bulletin supplement #15, Spring, 1986. $1,500 - $1,800
751 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., "Off Center Pillar and Scroll" clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wooden movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The mahogany case has been refinished. The strap plate movement is correct. The case has a nice interior label. The painted dial has had some of the numerals strengthened, but is handsome with an eagle in the center. The hands proper Thomas style finials may be newer. The tablet is new (by Tom Moberg) and the top door glass is replaced. Overall, a nice example of a scarce model. $1,500 - $1,800
752 Terryville Mfg. Co., Terryville, Conn., 30 hour, time torsion pendulum candlestick novelty timepiece.     A very nice example of a torsion timepiece on a milk glass base. Original paper dial, dome and hands. Movement has original cover over the mainspring. $1,000 - $1,250
753 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., steeple on frame with candle finials or double steeple shelf clock, 8 day, time and strike brass wagon spring movement     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has some loss on the base, small chip on the left side finial base, a nick on the left top molding and a repair at the front peak. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting pins, at the winding arbors, at the center and a small area on the left side. It looks like someone a long time ago has gold painted the two doors. Both tablets are original. Paper label is missing. Original hands and candle finials. $900 - $1,200
754 Munger & Benedict, Auburn, New York, 8 day, time and strike weight driven, brass movement Empire case "ironing board top" shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneer case under a dark heavy finish that appears original. There is some nice stencil decoration on the front edge of the top. There is some minor damage on the right side bottom molding. Original mirror. Dial tablet is a proper style replacement. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting pillars and a bit of wear to the chapter ring. Original hands and eagle pendulum. Seconds hand is probably a replacement. The weight pulleys are replacements. A nice clean label inside and original period wallpaper dust liner. $900 - $1,200
755 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., papier mache shelf or mantel clock, the case made by the Litchfield Manufacturing Co., with ebonized ground, decorated with mother of pearl and trimmed with gilt scrolls and leafage, polychrome painted floral garlands surrounding the Roman numeral white painted dial, above a landscape scene featuring a shoreline with buildings, boats, and a mountainous background, the case resting on an integral, ogee molded bracket base, with matching decoration, blued steel club style hands, 8 day brass, spring driven time and strike movement, dial and movement signed     surface with darkened varnish, some dirt and crazing, minor losses to varnish on mother of pearl, dial restored, hands good, movement ticks and strikes, dirty, would benefit from service. A nice example. $800 - $1,200
756 Munger & Benedict, Auburn, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement ironing board top wall clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. There is some veneer loss on the front ironing board edge. Dial tablet is a proper style replacement. Mirror is period, but its backboard is missing. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting posts and a couple small chips. Hour and minute hands are original, seconds hand a replacement. Nice label and period wallpaper backing inside. Two of the four pulleys are original pewter "Munger" marked examples. Eagle pendulum is a modern copy. $700 - $900
757 Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement, column OG shelf clock. This clock usually seen with a Joseph Ives or Hills, Goodrich & Co. label. Joseph Ives designed the movement.     Refinished mahogany veneered case has a small chip on the bottom right corner and the right side back corner. Gilt columns in nice condition. A small crack in the cast gilt crest. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands and mirror. Clean label with some loss inside. $700 - $900
758 Forestville Mfg. Co., (J.C. Brown), ripple molding sharp gothic or steeple clock with 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring driven movement .     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands. Tablet is not original. Supporting blocks for the movement have been replaced. There is a little damage to the left finial tip. Dark, but readable label inside. $400 - $600
759 Ansonia Clock Co., New York. NY, "Fortuna" figural swinger mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a cast metal case.     Fortuna was the goddess of fortune and personification of luck in Roman religion. The eight day time only movement is contained in a metal brass sphere with Arabic numerals, gilt ribbon with bowknot at top and French style hands, The pendulum portion includes three rods supporting a smaller brass sphere with gilt cast leaf ornament, Fortuna is the draped female figure sitting on clouds with a torch held up in her left hand, a bar fixed to the torch supporting the clock, a putti below on her right, all on a molded metal base. The case is in excellent condition with nicely done restoration to the finish. The movement is signed. The hands are original. $2,500 - $3,000
760 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Excelsior" Crystal Regulator with two matching candelabra (No. 1110) with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement (rack & snail strike) in a gilt finished brass case.     The three piece set is in excellent condition with its original gilt finish showing minimal wear. The beveled glass in the back door has a chip in the lower right corner. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Overall, one of the best Ansonia three piece sets we have seen. $2,500 - $3,500
761 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Georgia" mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and rack & snail strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The case is in excellent condition with restoration to the finish. The porcelain dial has no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,800 - $2,200
762 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Dagobert" figural top ornament with a "Virginia" base shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, (rack and snail) movement with visible escapement in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The case and figural statue are both in excellent condition with restoration to the finish. The figural statue is missing the battle axe. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,700 - $2,000
763 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Florida base with 1089 group (Cherubs) " figural shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and rack & snail strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal case with a Barbedienne finish.     The case still retains much of its original finish. The dial has blue roman numerals on white enamel cartouches. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,600 - $1,800
764 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Florida base with 1090 group (Gaiety) " figural shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and rack & snail strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal case.     The case has been restored using a muted gilt finish. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The bird needs to be reattached to the left hand of the shorter of the two figures. $1,350 - $1,550
765 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Prosperity" figural mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with visible escapement in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The case is in excellent condition with a gilt and bronze restoration to the finish. The porcelain dial has several hairline cracks. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,200 - $1,500
766 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Superba base with La Vague top ornament" figural shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a cast metal case with Brazilian onyx panel inserts.     The case retains a fair amount of its original finish with some significant loss to the front of the statue. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,200 - $1,500
767 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "The Regent" mantel clock with matching candelabra, fancy cast case with gilt finish, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 8 day, time and strike movement     clock case and candelabra painted gold, some components do retain their gilding, dial with small rust stains and repaired chip at 7:00, movement dirty, will tick, strike train appears complete, but not running, candelabra with minor bends, one leaning a bit, bobeches and ornaments present $1,200 - $1,800
768 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Virginia and Group No. 1022 Opera", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement mantel clock.     Enameled iron case in beautiful restored condition. The silvered end panels have some minor surface wear and are tarnished. Original hands. Movement is signed. $1,200 - $1,600
769 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Cabinet Antique No. 1", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement mantel clock     Oak case has been nicely refinished and the applied ornaments clean. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and beveled glass door. Movement is signed. Overall in very nice condition. $1,000 - $1,200
770 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Etruria and Blossom" figural mantel shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a cast metal case.     The case, for which Ansonia offered three different finishes. Brazilian Green Onyx inlay, has been restored and now has a nicely done deep bronze finish with gilt accent. The porcelain dial has no hairline cracks and is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,000 - $1,250
771 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "La Provence" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement with visible escapement in a porcelain case.     This clock appears to be a variant of the "La Provence" depicted on page 619 of Tran Duy Ly's book on Ansonia clocks. This clock measures 17.75 inches in height and 11.25 inches in width whereas the Ansonia catalogue version measures 24 inches in height and 15.25 inches in width, Other than the dimensional differences, the clocks appear to be the same. In 1908, the full size "La Provence" sold for $125, two to three times the price of most other Ansonia Royal Bonn porcelain clocks. This clock case is still a beautiful and imposing Royal Bonn case. with no chips or cracks. The porcelain dial with visible escapement is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. The case back movement cover is absent, This is the first "smaller" size of this model we have seen. Found in New York. $1,000 - $1,200
772 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Superba base with La Source top ornament" figural shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a cast metal case with Brazilian onyx inlay panels.     The case finish has been restored. The porcelain dial is excellent with no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,000 - $1,200
773 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Utopia" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement     Gilt brass case has remains of original gilding on scattered areas of the case. Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands. Visible escapement. Right side beveled glass panel has a small hairline crack in the upper right corner. Back door glass has a small corner chip. Left side glass panel is missing. Movement is signed. $1,000 - $1,200
775 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Bard" figural mantel clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a spelter case on an enameled cast iron base.     The cased originally came with a Japanese Bronze finish which has worn off over time. The case has been cleaned down to a gun metal finish and is quite attractive. The porcelain dial with visible escapement is in nice condition with no hairline cracks. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $800 - $1,200
776 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Lydia", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement metal case mantel clock.     Cast metal case in nice condition with much of its Syrian bronze finish intact. The dial is in very nice condition. Original hands. Movement is signed. $800 - $1,200
777 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "The Muses" figural mantel clock with a 8 day, spring driven time and strike movement, in a enameled iron and cast metal case.     The statues and other ornaments, originally in Japanese bronze, have been repainted gold and copper at a later time. The beveled glass bezel has chips. The porcelain dial has a significant loss at 4 o'clock. The right hand muse is missing a triangle. The left hand muse has a broken finger and the musical scroll has broken off (now inside the case). The back door needs to be resoldered. The movement is signed. $800 - $1,000
778 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Undine and Gloria" figural mantel shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement in a cast metal case.     The case and statue each still retain some of their original finish. The porcelain dial shows no hairline cracks or chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed. As you can see in the photos, this clock fits the bill for collectors who like original finish. One can always make it look new, but you can never get back to this appearance, once it has been restored. $800 - $1,100
779 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Regent", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement mantel clock.     Nicely restored cast metal case with polished copper panels behind the case panels. Beautiful dial with porcelain cartouche numbers. Original hands. Movement is signed. A wonderful example of the Regent. $700 - $900
780 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Jumper No. 1" bobbing doll shelf clock with a spring driven one day timepiece movement in a nickel plated case.     The nickel plated stand is in very good condition. The paper dial has darkened with age and has minor staining. The porcelain bobbing doll may be original, but the sides of the original porcelain swing have been chipped off and the doll is now mounted on a wooden swing. The hands are original. The coiled spring is in good condition. $500 - $700
781 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Prompt", 8 day, spring driven movement wall timepiece.     Refinished walnut case in nice condition. Original paper dial has age darkened. Original hands and pendulum. This example is a later version of the 1883 model. $500 - $700
782 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Santa Fe" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike (cathedral gong) in an oak case.     The oak case has been refinished. The case top bracket is missing. The original paper dial shows wear at the winding holes and center arbor. The hands are original. The movement is signed. There is a small scratch near the key where door opens in front, probably from the key scraping the case. $500 - $700
783 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement porcelain mantel clock. Case is not marked.     Green and cream porcelain case in nice condition with some scattered loss of the applied gold. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Movement is signed. $400 - $600
784 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, NY, "Apex" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement with visible escapement     Heavy cast metal case has retained a lot of its original gilding. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and fancy gilt pendulum. All the beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. Extra-special packing should be specified if shipping this clock. $1,500 - $1,750
785 Ted Burleigh Jr., Winchester, Mass., reproduction of an Aaron Willard "Grafton Wall Clock", mahogany case, Roman numeral brass dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day, weight driven timepiece movement. This is number 46 of 50. This timepiece originally retailed for $2,700. The original Willard models only ran 30 hours.     Overall this example is in very fine condition with original fret, finials and weight. $8,000 - $9,000
786 Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. Case is stamped "17".     Mahogany and mahogany veneered banded case in original finish. Original painted dial has a small yellowed area at three and nine. Original hands and Moberg signed tablets of the Boston State House. Carved wood eagle finial. Case is stamped "83" and "17". $1,000 - $1,500
787 Fraser Forgie, Fryeburg Maine, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Patent or Banjo timepiece. (modern)     Mahogany and rosewood veneered case in original finish was made by Mr. Forgie. Original glasses were painted by Linda Abrams. Movement was made by Kilbourn & Proctor. Nicely made original hands. Forgie clocks used to bring as much as E. Stennes clocks. Well made. $800 - $1,200
788 Reproduction Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., "Hanging Kildare" wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with perpetual calendar, in a walnut case with black papered dials and cut crystal pendulum     the case was professionally made to the proper specifications of an original. The movements are period. The dials and pendulums are professional reproductions. There is a repair to one of the carved elements below door. This is a well made reproduction and an exact copy of a model, an original of which brought $6100 plus 15% buyer's premium in our October 2015 auction. $600 - $800
789 Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, miniature reproduction, 30 hour, spring driven, pendulum movement with a working Mix Brothers calendar, copy of a Seth Thomas "Office Calendar No. 3" "Peanut" double dial calendar clock. This example is number 23 of 26.     Rosewood veneered case in excellent condition in original finish. Original dial, hands and pendulum. $500 - $700
790 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Base and Ball" shelf clock with twelve inch dial, polished bronze case on an incurved base with ball feet, signed Roman numeral silvered dial, also marked "Ships Bell", black painted brass hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever escapement, serial #59326, with key     case polished and lacquered, dial with original silver and artwork, tarnished and with minor losses to figures, now with a heavy coat of lacquer, hands with minor bends, movement with staining and tarnish, ticks, very low balance amplitude, striking very sluggish, needs service $4,000 - $6,000
790A Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., retailed by Spaulding & Co., Chicago, "Commander" on metal base with 8 1/2" special dial, 8 day, spring driven, time and ship's bell striking movement in a polished brass case mantel clock     the case has been polished and looks good with some light scratches on wooden bottom and rear. The clock is in good running order and strikes properly. The retaining ring around the dial needs to be reinserted. $1,500 - $2,000
791 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass. "Doric" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven lever time and "house" strike movement (serial number 20749) in a mahogany case with a special dial bearing the name of the retailer, Tiffany & Co., New York.     The case has its original finish and is stamped "104" on the bottom of the case. Some of the inlay strips are loose and/or missing. The small screw to hold the hands on the main arbor is missing.The silvered dial and original hands are in good condition. The case base floor is cracked near the bottom of the gong stand and needs to be glued. $1,000 - $1,200
792 Eastman Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 1 Pendulum", 8 day, weight driven, brass movement wall regulator. Eastman Clock Co. became the Chelsea Clock Co. in 1897.     Cherry case has been professionally refinished with replaced weight baffle and weight stops. Hands replaced. Repairs to three small flaked areas and at the mounting screws on the original painted dial. Pendulum has a couple small dings. $900 - $1,000
793 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Pilot House" wall clock, polished, nickel plated brass case, 8 1/2" Arabic numeral silvered dial with large seconds bit, blued steel moon hands, 8 day timepiece movement with rectangular plates, serial #277736     case replated, bezel hinge screws protruding through front of bezel, glass retained with silicone sealer, knob added to bezel, dial refinished, dial trim ring missing, hands painted black with red ends, hands with bends, seconds hand replaced, movement a bit dirty, ticking $600 - $800
794 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for the Alabama Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co., Mobile, Alabama, 8 1/2" "Pilot House" clock, polished brass case with mounting flange, fixed to round oak board with hanger, black dial with white Arabic numerals and hands, 8 day timepiece movement with rectangular plates, serial #300486     case with dings and scratches, tarnished, oak board with split, now with acrylic "glass", dial good with very minor losses to white paint, movement dirty, ticking $600 - $800
795 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Tambour No. 1", bronze case with brass ball feet, 5" Arabic numeral silvered dial with patinated bezel, and marked "Wright, Kay & Co., Detroit, blued steel hands, 8 day time and house strike movement with lever escapement, serial #163040     case polished, dial restored, hands painted black, movement with tarnish and minor staining, ticks and strikes $400 - $500
796 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., for Tiffany & Co., "Tambour #2", copper bronze case on compressed ball feet feet, 4" Arabic numeral silvered dial signed "Tiffany & Co., New York", blued steel hands, 8 day time and house strike movement with lever escapement, serial #115819     case polished, bezel with verdigris, dial with minor marks and darkening, some numerals with minor losses to paint, movement with tarnish, ticks and strikes, strike hammer arm poorly repaired $400 - $500
797 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., U.S. Navy Boat Clock, polished brass case with screw on bezel, black dial with silvered Arabic numerals and engraved ordnance department number, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, serial #57760     case polished, minor marks and scratches, dial with minor loss to luminous material at hours, otherwise very good, paint on hands with discoloration, movement with minor tarnish, very oily, running $400 - $500
799 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 1 Regulator" banjo wall clock, cherry case with turned bezel, the throat and box frames with reverse painted tablets, Roman numeral painted dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement     the case been refinished and no longer has dark graining that was applied at the factory. There is a 3" repair/insert at bottom of lower door. The dial and tablets have been professionally repainted. The pendulum bob has concentric engraving and is original, with a small dent. Retains original weight with lead keystone to hold hook. This method of securing the hook is rarely seen after 1890. $4,000 - $6,000
800 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 10", walnut "figure eight" style case with turned wooden bezel and lower door, reverse painted glasses in black, red, and gold, signed, Roman numeral painted dial with blued steel moon hands, and 8 day, weight driven timepiece movement     walnut case in an old dark reddish finish, case has lost its top crest and bottom element,original painted dial with some remains of a signature has age darkened outside the chapter ring, original hands and pendulum, bottom tablet has some minor loss to the background, movement is signed, case is stamped "25". $2,000 - $3,000
801 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 70", 8 day, weight driven, brass movement regulator wall timepiece.     Walnut case in original finish has a couple dings on the bottom door edge, some dings on the bottom bracket edge and surface scratches on the lower left quadrant of the bezel. The door has some joint shrinkage to the segments that makeup the door. Original painted dial is stained a little in the center with minor loss at the winding arbor and the mounting screws. Original hands and weight and tablet. There is a small crack in the dial door glass. Baffle board and hold down are replacements. Movement is signed. $1,000 - $1,500
802 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Banjo No. 5", 8 day, weight driven, brass movement wall hanging timepiece.     Rosewood grained cherry case in very nice condition and in original finish, has small dings on the bottom door. Case is stamped "25". Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and a couple small spots on the edge. Original hands, pendulum and tablets. Overall an excellent original example of this model. $900 - $1,200
803 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Ingraham Calendar" double dial parlor clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with B. B. Lewis's patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case, c1881.     The clock retains its original finish which has darkened with age. There are small losses to some of the applied foliate ornaments and slight damage to a piece of moulding on top right side. The upper paper dial is replaced. The hour and minute hands are old, but not original to this clock. The day of week hand is replaced. The Lewis label behind door is mostly complete and now covered with protective plastic. Nice stamped Ingraham logo on the base inside of the case. Calendar mechanism advances when triggered manually. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $700 - $900
804 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, NY, "Index" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn.) with a Hortons perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case retains much of its original finish. The paper dials are original and in very good condition. The hands are original. The calendar drum labels have darkened with age. The door glass is original and the gilt "Index" lettering is in excellent condition. $900 - $1,200
805 F. Kroeber, 14 Cortlandt St., New York, NY. "Regulator No. 46" wall hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case.     The case is in excellent condition with a very dark, but original finish. The paper dial has darkened with age. The hands are original. The glass is original. There is an excellent label on the case back. The movement is signed. $600 - $800
806 F. Kroeber, New York, New York, "Regulator No. 30", 8 day, spring driven movement wall timepiece.     the case retains its original finish and a piece of the lower return molding is absent. The dial has darkened but is original. $400 - $600
807 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 5" wall clock, solid walnut and burl walnut veneered case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, and weight driven timepiece movement, with maintaining power, brass clad, damascened pendulum, and brass clad weight with knurled caps     The walnut case, which has been refinished, is in excellent condition. Enamel dial is in very good condition with a faint hairline crack at 5:00. The hands are original. The rear tip of the minute hand is missing. The movement is signed with the "ST" trademark, "Seth Thomas - New York" and the number "228". Overall, this is a very scarce Seth Thomas clock with only one sold at this auction, some 14 years ago. $8,000 - $10,000
808 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 18", 8 day, weight driven, brass movement wall timepiece. This clock came from a home in Scotland.     Walnut and walnut veneered case in original finish has a couple spots of finish loss and some very small dings on the left side front molding. There is a little damage on the side piece near the bottom door lock. The bottom door latch has been modified to work with the existing door lock. Original painted dial in very nice condition has minor loss at the mounting screws and the winding arbor. Original hands. Original nickel plated damascened pendulum bob is now polished to its brass base. The weight has lost its original nickel plating also. $2,500 - $3,500
809 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Vivien" figural mantel clock with a spring driven 15 day time and half hour strike movement in a cast metal and Brazilian Onyx case.     The case is in excellent condition with restoration to the finish. Seth Thomas sold this clock as part of a 3 piece (2 candelabra in 1909 for $122. The porcelain dial (signed Seth Thomas) is in excellent condition with no hairline cracks or chips. The glass bezel is also in excellent condition with no chips. The hands are original. The movement is signed and bears the same number (48763) as the pendulum bob. The movement also bears the name of R. Kaiser, an acclaimed movement designer for the Seth Thomas Clock Co. $1,500 - $2,000
810 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "24 inch Gallery" wall hanging clock with a spring driven 15 day double wind timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case has a very soft lustre finish and shows a very nice warm color of the walnut. The dial has significant flaking issues and needs to be stabilized or repainted. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,200 - $1,500
811 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 18" wall clock with a weight driven 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case is refinished. Three of the eight pieces comprising the top of the clock have veneer repair. There are two small areas of inlay repair just outside the door, one by the top door hinge and one by the bottom right of the door. The dial has been repainted. The hands are original. The seconds bit may be replaced. The damascening on the nickel plated pendulum bob is worn, The nickel plated weight appears to be a later, The movement is the standard rectangular style with maintaining power. $1,200 - $1,500
812 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., "Regulator No. 1 Extra" hanging clock with a round plate, weight driven 8 day timepiece movement (S. B. Terry style) in a rosewood veneered case.     The rosewood case has been refinished. The veneered case bottom is replaced. The baffle board which originally had a label is replaced. The dial has been repainted and the hands are new. Both door glasses are original with the lower gilt design rebacked with black paint. The gilt pendulum rod is original as is the pendulum bob which shows the copper content of the earlier Seth Thomas bobs. $1,000 - $1,200
813 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 1" hanging clock with a weight driven 8 day time only movement (round S. B. Terry style with maintaining power) in a walnut case.     The case is in very good condition and has been refinished. The original painted dial is in good condition with minor loss at the screw holes. The hands are original. The original gilt pendulum rod has minor loss. There is a nice label in the case base. The door glasses are original. $1,000 - $1,500
814 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 1", wall clock, 8 day, time only, nickel plated brass weight driven movement in a walnut case with a painted metal dial, nickel plated weight, nickel plated pendulum bob with damascened pattern and reverse painted lower tablet, date stamped 1884     the case has been refinished and has minor veneer flaking on inside of dial surround and a small dent on molding below lower door. The two lower finials and blocks are replaced. The lower tablet and the dial have been repainted. There is a clear date stamp on back of case. $1,000 - $1,400
815 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Suez" wall clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement in an ebonized finish case.     The ebonized case is in excellent condition. The dial is original and also in excellent condition with no loss but is slightly warped. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The strike is on a cathedral gong. The pendulum bob is damaskeened. Overall an excellent example of the Suez model. $1,000 - $1,200
816 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Garfield" shelf clock with an eight day weight driven time and strike (cathedral gong) movement in an ebony finished case.     The overall case is in good condition with repair to the left rear foot and 2 (rear) top ornamental pieces missing (not noticeable from front): The dial has been repainted. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The damascening on the pendulum bob has significant wear. The door glass is original. $900 - $1,200
817 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 1" wall clock with an 8 day weight driven time only movement and a Mix Brothers patent perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The veneer has been stripped from all of the case with the exception of the recessed center panel between the time and calendars. The weight is a later lead replacement. The time dial appears to have its original paint and is in very good condition. The calendar dial may have been repainted some time ago. The time hands and the calendar hands are original. The calendar drum papers are original but discolored and somewhat loose. $800 - $1,000
818 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Umbria" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, (cathedral gong) movement in an oak case.     The oak case retains a nice original finish. The finial may be later. The case bottom shows a very small piece missing on the rightmost of the three tips. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Both door glasses are original. $800 - $1,000
819 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Umbria", 15 day, spring driven movement wall timepiece.     Oak case has been refinished. There is a little damage at the top hinge of the bottom door that will need attention. Original painted dial has some minor wear at the mounting screws and wear to the numbers in the 6 to 9 o'clock area. Minute and second hand are replaced. $700 - $800
820 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn. "Office Calendar No. 2" shelf clock with a weight driven 8 day, timepiece movement and a Mix Brothers patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood case.     The case veneer has numerous areas of loss or repair. The dials have been repainted. Paper day/month rolls appear original. The hands and cast iron weight are original. The label on the door back side is excellent. The door glasses are original. $600 - $750
821 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" wall clock with a weight driven, 8 day timepiece movement in an oak case, railway ID     The case is die stamped "B & O" in several locations, and was used in Baltimore & Ohio Railroad facilities/offices. It retains some original finish. The original painted dial is in good condition with flaking at the screw holes and center arbor hole. The hands are original. The movement is the standard rectangular style with maintaining power. $600 - $800
822 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Panama" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, (cathedral gong) lyre movement in a walnut case.     The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial has some minor in-painting. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The case back is dated 1888. The nickel plated pendulum bob is nicely damascened The door glass is original. This clock came to us from England and dial retains the original retailers info (Allis, 10 Wine St, Bristol). Dial paint has been over-coated with matt lacquer to stabilize. $550 - $650
823 O.B. McClintock, Minneapolis, Minn., master clock, rectilinear birch case with beveled glass door and sides, Arabic numeral painted dial with open center providing a view of the modified Seth Thomas movement, separate count wheel chime movement mounted to case back, and with large clockwork motor in base driving a control arm for sending impulse to chime or bell hammers, case top with 14 output terminals     good overall, appears to be complete, dirty, the mechanical components in operating condition, right side glass replaced (not beveled) finish removed from base $400 - $600
824 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Lobby - 18 Inch" wall hanging clock with a spring driven 30 day timepiece movement in an oak case.     The dial suggests that this movement is the 30 day version, however the movement duration has not been confirmed. The case has been refinished at some point. There are several areas of minor veneer damage on the front door, and the lower left return. The painted dial is in excellent condition. All three hands are original. $400 - $500
825 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Crystal Doric No. 2", 15 day, time and strike spring driven movement crystal regulator     Gold plated case has some wear to the lacquer finish and a couple small tarnish spots on the top. There is also some wear to the finish where the bottom edge of the door is rubbing on the base and some scratches. Original silvered raised number dial in very nice condition. Original hands. Beveled glass panels are fine. $200 - $300
826 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 31", crystal regulator with 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement     The bronze figure and base have some loss to the barbedienne finish. The cast feet, case and columns show remains of the gilding in the crevices. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. The left beveled glass panels has a small piece missing. The other glass panels are fine. The pendulum may be a replacement as looks a bit small. $500 - $700
827 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 32", crystal regulator with 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement     Gold plated case has lost most of it's gilding with a little remaining on the cast feet. Scattered loss of the finish on the face of the statue. Barbedienne finish on the bronze statue body looks to be in good condition. Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands. The right side beveled glass panel is damaged. The other three panels are fine. $500 - $700
828 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., 8 day spring driven, lever movement miniature banjo timepiece.     Mahogany case in original finish. Original painted dial in very nice condition. Original hands. The flag emblem in the throat glass has been touched up. $300 - $400
829 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Regulator No. 57" hanging clock with a double weight driven 8 day timepiece movement in a mahogany case.     The case retains a nice original finish. There is a very small chip missing from the top of the case. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. An exceptionally nice example of this model. $1,300 - $1,500
830 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator No. 7" or often called the wall "Patti", walnut case with a profusion of turned ornament and flocked paper interior, Roman numeral painted dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, weight driven brass timepiece with sweep seconds, pendulum with gilt rod     case in original finish, has a tight crack in the right side front piece. There is a shrinkage crack in the wood piece that supports the dial. The original painted dial has a small flake just above the winding arbor. Original hands, gilt pendulum rod and bob and beat scale. Original flocked paper inner case backing. Weight pulley may be replaced. Lower finials may have had minor repairs. Overall, a nice example of this rare Welch model. $3,500 - $5,500
831 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Gale Drop Calendar Model No. 2" wall clock, case grained to simulate rosewood, turned wooden bezel, door with reverse painted tablet, and complex molded base, paper dial on metal pan, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven brass movement with Daniel J. Gale's patent perpetual calendar     this clock is in very good original condition. The case retains the original faux rosewood finish with minor scuffs and nicks. The original papered dial has some fading and discoloration and the original pendulum bob has some minor tarnish. The reverse painted tablet is original and in good condition The calendar mechanism is the 1877 patent, which was produced from 1874 to 1879. The dial is the 1871 patent. $3,000 - $4,000
832 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator No. 5" wall hanging clock with a double weight driven timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case is in excellent condition with a very light finish. The painted original dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original with the exception of the seconds bit. The pendulum rod has nice gilt, as are the case side windows trim. $1,600 - $1,800
833 Welch, Spring & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Wagner", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement wall clock with a B.B Lewis Perpetual calendar.     Walnut case in nice condition in original finish with some abrasion to the finish on the top front molding. Original paper dial has some stains, wear and surface abrasion. Calendar dial has a small stain at each attachment pin. Original hands and finials. Label with some small loss inside. $800 - $1,000
834 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "No. 3 Mantel Calendar" shelf clock with a weight driven 8 day, time and strike movement with a B. B, Lewis perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The strap brass rolling pinion movement was the last use of a Joseph Ives design, The rosewood case has a soft lustre finish. The time and day dial has been repainted. The hands are all original. Part of the case bottom board is missing. The calendar dial is in excellent condition. The interior case label is excellent as is the calendar instructions label. Both door glasses are original. $650 - $850
835 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Arditi", 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement with a Daniel J. Gale calendar movement.     Refinished walnut case has a small repair to the lower right side piece. The paper time dial looks to be a replacement and has coating that has darkened. The calendar paper dial looks original, but it too has the same coating on it. Calendar hand looks original. Clean label inside. $500 - $700
836 Junghans, Germany, "Elephant" model swinger, 8 day novelty timepiece, the patinated spelter elephant mounted to a molded beech base, his trunk supporting the compound pendulum with clock, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day time only movement     elephant and base very good, clock/ pendulum very dirty and lacking original surfaces, dial with hairlines, hands with oxidation, movement with marks and scratches, pendulum banking pins removed, ticking, needs service $500 - $700
837 Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Conn., "Topsey" blinking eye clock with a spring driven balance wheel timepiece movement (unsigned) in a cast iron case.     The original paint on this model is in remarkable condition. There is one minor repair (from inside the case) to a crack at the top of the right leg. The bezel is original and stamped "Pat May 10 1859". The painted dial has a small loss to the right of the center post hole. The hands may be later replacements. $700 - $900
838 Junghans, Germany, "Monkey Business" novelty clock, 30 hour, time only spring driven movement in a cast metal case in the form of a monkey holding a book. A line runs up from the movement to the lower jaw and eyes, which are designed to move up and down slowly as the jaw opens and closes, c1920.     brown and black case paint is worn in many places. One eye has a chip in the paint. The signed silvered dial with the star and "J" trademark is tarnished but legible. The movement ticks briefly and stops. The linkage from the movement to the eyes and mouth will need to be repaired. Sold "as is". $600 - $800
839 Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Conn., "John Bull" blinking eye clock with a spring driven, balance wheel timepiece, movement by C. Jerome, in a cast iron case.     The iron case is in nice condition with most of the original paint intact. The paper dial may be a replacement. The hands are period. $450 - $550
840 Automatic Memorandum Clock Co., London, "Davidson's Patent Automatic Memorandum Clock", 8 day time and reminder, spring driven, balance wheel movement in a walnut case with four full pillars and wooden urn on top. A time-only movement powers the clock and rotates a disk hidden within the urn. The disk has slots that correspond to different times of day. Memoranda, in the form of small bone tablets upon which one can write a few words, are placed within the slots. At the assigned time, a tablet falls through the slot, tips a brass tray, and triggers the battery powered alarm bell located in the base. The alarm would continue to sound until the tablet was removed.     The case has an original, but worn finish. Case feet are missing. Good paper label under the lid of the urn. The white enamel dial and beveled glass are fine. The clock ticks, but was not tested long term. Power transmission to the slotted disk will need attention. The old electrical wiring and bell mechanism will need restoration. Three bone reminder tablets are included with the clock. $400 - $600
841 Switzerland, a late 18th century, quarter striking, "pendule veilleuse" or night clock, the gilt brass case with finely pierced trailing vine ornament, swags, and Roman numeral dial, the hand indicating the time a pierced disc mounted to the center arbor, the top with carrying handle and shuttered chimney, case front and back trimmed with cast foliate ornament, terminating in scroll feet, the interior with two oil lamp sockets, 8 day, quarter striking movement with verge escapement and silk thread suspension, indicating the quarter on two bells, inside of case door marked in crude script "Avril 1787"     very dirty, losses to gilding, carrying handle with break at pivot, removable lamps which fit the two sockets inside the case missing, feet with minor bends, one movement mounting foot loose from case back, movement very dirty, complete, ticks and strikes, time third wheel arbor repivoted at back plate, loose, steel parts with minor oxidation. This is a rare clock, of high quality, in very good condition overall. A two sided night and day clock with similar piercing and attributed to Jacquet - Droz is illustrated in Derek Roberts "Mystery, Novelty, and Fantasy Clocks", pages 79 and 198. $3,000 - $5,000
843 Paul Siemeth, in Wien, 30 day hanging regulator timepiece with sweep seconds in the Biedermeier style, rectilinear, 5 light, mahogany veneered case with boxwood stringing, beveled door, incurved bottom bracket with ripple moldings, and ripple molded cornice, case top with applied foliate carvings, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, cylindrical brass weight, and pendulum with ebonized rod and brass bob     case good, minor bumps and abrasions, two small veneer losses, minor losses to finish inside case, lower right side glass loose, small loss to carving, top center, dial with minor scratches and a few flakes at the winding arbor, hands with minor oxide, movement dirty, steel parts with some pitting, movement mounting post at lower right interferes with motion of second wheel, escape wheel with poor repairs, crutch replaced, weight replaced, pendulum bob replaced $2,500 - $3,500
844 Vienna, Austria, 30 day hanging regulator in the Biedermeier style, rectilinear, 5 light, curly ash veneered case with mahogany stringing, incurved bottom bracket, and beveled projecting cornice, case top with applied, ebonized carving, Roman numeral white enamel dial, finely finished blued steel hands, month going timepiece movement, cylindrical brass weight, and pendulum with ebonized rod and brass ball     case good, door glass broken, pendulum hanger moved one inch below its original location, dial numerals with losses, dial with faint hairlines and chips at winding and center arbors, hands painted black, movement oily, dirty, escapement without locking, crutch poorly repaired, pendulum rod poorly repaired, weight with separation at lower part of top with scratches $2,500 - $3,500
846 Poland, elaborately carved wall clock, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement     A large carving in oak of a hunting motif of birds, leaves and a rabbit mount on a plaque. The carved horn on the left side is also carved with the words: "Darz Bor" which is a traditional greeting of foresters and hunters. It is also the name of a Polish beer. The name "Marcukiewicz W" carved just below the bird on the right side maybe the name of the carver. The carving houses a typical French movement with carved Black Forest cuckoo clock hands. The minute hand is a little too thick for the movement which prevents the use of washer and pin. $800 - $1,200
847 Wall clock, the case of tropical hardwoods, replete with Asian and Moorish inspired carving, the base with a winged figure, the door with leafy columns and with figures at the top corners, flat surfaces with geometric and naturalistic repeating motifs, the top with a ribbed dome, and turned finial, Arabic numeral silvered dial, blued steel trefoil hands, English 8 day, time and strike fusee movement, and pendulum with patinated Helios mask pendulum     case good overall, with repair at top of door, and missing 6 elements from the top, finial loose, dial with minor staining, hands good, movement clean, ticks and strikes, pendulum good $800 - $1,200
848 Ch. A. Schwamkrug, probably Austria, a high quality shelf or mantel clock, ebonized, hardwood portico style case with stamped brass ornaments, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nicely finished pierced and chamfered brass hands, two day time and strike movement with round plates, half deadbeat escapement, adjustable agate pallets, silk thread suspension, and well finished cadrature striking the hour and half hour on a gong, and repeating the hour on demand, movement back plate signed     case a bit dirty and with minor splits, minor loss just above front right column, dial with chips and flakes at winding arbors, and at edge, L shaped dial retaining screws missing, hands good, pendulum with replaced rating nut, movement oily, ticks and strikes. $600 - $900
849 Germany, Gustav Becker, 3 piece porcelain garniture set, with 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement     Porcelain clock case and side pieces have some remains of the original gilding in the recessed areas of the cast ornaments. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. One of the candelabras has a crack in the base. The ornament that is wired to the clock case belongs to one of the candelabras. Movement is signed. The mark on the porcelain base looks like "S P". $600 - $900
850 Germany, a large 2-weight "Vienna Regulator", walnut case with turned and carved ornament, turned finial and drops, two piece Roman numeral enamel dial signed "J. Wilde, Monmouth, blued steel hands, 8 day time and strike, weight driven movement, brass pendulum with wooden rod, brass weights     case good, drops and finial with bloom and discoloration, dial good, hands with minor oxidation, movement very dirty, ticks and strikes, weights with dents; this large and impressive clock was made for the English market, with oversize cream colored dial with red accents between the numerals. $500 - $700
852 Germany, 8 day, shelf cuckoo, time and strike fusee movement with wooden plates and brass wheels, in a finely carved case, possibly by Ketterer.     Nicely carved oak case of sheep grazing. A part of a leg is missing on both carved animals. Cuckoo door is missing. Two of the leaves on the right side have a little damage at the tip. Someone was a little heavy with glue in attaching the number five to the dial. Hands are replacements, not bone. The carved top figure is very nicely done, but may not be original as it appears to be a different wood. The gong is not original. The pendulum maybe a replacement. The roof panels are warped. Still an early cuckoo worthy of restoration $700 - $900
853 Germany, Johann Baptiste Beha, 8 day, time and strike spring driven, brass fusee movement shelf cuckoo. See Justin Miller's book, Appendix A, Beha Catalog 1895-1900, page 7, No. 512     A very nicely carved case has a couple carved leaves with tip damage and glue repairs. The section on the bottom front carved fence that is broken off is inside the clock. Carved bird to the crest is also inside the case. The bellows will need to be restored. Some of the numbers are missing. The French-style brass hands are incorrect. Door to cuckoo opening is missing. $600 - $800
854 Walker, London, a large, three train bracket clock chiming on eight bells, mahogany case with faux rosewood finish and turned, gilt gadroon mounted feet, the base with gilt, floral festoons, door with gilt mounts, front corners with flanking, reeded columns supporting the molded cornice and caddy top, also with gilt foliate ornament, and pineapple finial, case sides with cast, pierced frets decorated with rococo motifs and central masks, composite dial with matted center, Roman numeral, silvered chapter ring below subsidiary chime selection dials, pierced, blued steel hands, and substantial, three train fusee movement     original faux rosewood finish with minor losses, some gilding renewed, columns painted gold, case sides with splits, pierced fret in back door badly bent, pineapple finial with repaired break, dial with minor discoloration, hands good, movement ticks, chimes, and strikes $3,000 - $4,000
855 England, James Forsythe London, 8 day, double fusee, time and strike bracket clock, in a mahogany bell top case and with subsidiary calendar dial above the numeral 6.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. The front door has a couple age cracks in the veneer and small veneer repair on the back door. The original front door lock has been replaced with a pin that passes through the original latch. The original dial has been properly resilvered. Hands are copies of the broken originals. The case originally had four small holes for finials that are now plugged, but included are a set of finials that would be appropriate Nicely engraved rear movement plate. The movement has had the old escapement converted to an anchor type. $1,200 - $1,500
856 English, Viner & Co., Royal Exchange, London, 8 day, time and strike spring fusee movement Gothic style bracket clock.     Mahogany & mahogany veneered case in an old finish. There are a couple small shrinkage cracks on the peaked roof of the case. The tip on the right spire has been repaired. Original dial has been repainted now with some flaking on the lower left corner. Hands original. A very nice heavy plate fusee brass movement with pull repeat. $1,200 - $1,500
857 English bracket clock signed Fisher, New., 8 day, time and strike spring driven, fusee movement. Part of the location name is missing.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. A small repair on the left bottom corner, just below the right side brass grill and a couple small cracks just above the rear door. Original painted dial has some wear to the numbers. Original hands. Heavy plate fusee movement has an engraved backplate. $1,000 - $1,250
858 Daniel Quare, London, movement in later, purpose made bracket clock case, oak with mahogany veneers and brass furniture with later Roman numeral silvered sheet brass dial with date aperture and regulation control in the arch, blued steel hands, 8 day, five pillar fusee movement with verge escapement and pull quarter repeat, with beautifully engraved back plate bearing Quare's name.     case with losses and some restoration, side frets, feet, handle, finials, some moldings, and hinges are detached, but present, movement very dirty, count wheel missing, calendar wheel replaced, one bell and stand missing. This style of case and the current single sheet engraved dial post date Daniel Quare's death in 1724 by 50 or more years. An early 18th century Quare movement was apparently rescued and late in the century a new sheet dial was engraved with Quare's name and fitted into a bracket case of that later period. $500 - $700
859 Frodsham, Gracechurch St., London, bracket clock, rosewood veneered, arch top case with brass inlay and furniture, rear door with decorative, scroll cut fret, sheet iron dial plate, well finished 8 day, two train movement, striking the hours in passing, and repeating on demand     case good overall, minor splits and losses, right side fret missing, dial plate has been stripped of paint and ready to be redone, movement ticks and strikes, $500 - $700
860 England, unsigned lantern clock, the brass case with turned columns, finials, and feet, top with pierced frets, the front fret with engraving, Roman numeral brass dial, pierced steel hand, 30 hour, weight driven time and strike bob pendulum movement with crown wheel escapement.     dirty, and with polish residue, bell missing, weight missing, movement complete, needs service $800 - $1,200
861 English, 8 day, Regency style, inlaid mahogany, double fusee, time and strike bracket clock with painted dial and engraved back plate movement.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered inlayed case in an old and possibly original finish has some dings and scratches on the base area, some veneer loss and repair on the top plinth, an age crack on the top back edge, an age crack and small repair on the back door. Original painted dial has rough areas, some loss at the winding arbors, a couple spots on the outer edge and some poor repairs to some of the numbers. Original hands. Bezel glass is broken. Brass band strip below the front door is broken near the left end. Fabric behind the side brass screens is missing. Movement is signed: "N J". $750 - $1,000
862 English or Scottish, 8 day, double fusee, time and strike, brass movement bracket clock signed J. Paterson, Leith     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish has a little damage to the upper right corner molding, small damage on the base, small piece of veneer missing on the door and age cracks and a veneer repair on the curved area of the door. The rear door will need to be restored as it has damage to most of the veneer and the glass is also missing. Original dial plate has been repainted. Original hands. One of the ball feet is missing. $900 - $1,200
863 England, an ornately carved gallery timepiece, the mahogany case with turned bezel, surrounded with carved, foliate ornament, and with a pair of full bodied, facing dolphins below, Roman numeral silvered dial, 8 day, fusee timepiece movement     The mahogany case is in very fine condition. The engraved silvered brass dial has some wear to the to the black wax filled numbers. Original hands. The fusee movement has its original crown wheel escapement. $2,500 - $3,000
864 English lantern clock signed "Henry Lintott in Farnham, fecit." Brass case with turned columns, feet and finials, case front with pierced dolphin fret, top with brass bell cage and turned finial, engraved Roman numeral brass dial with engraved center and single, decorated steel hand, 30 hour brass movement with verge escapement and count wheel striking, and brass clad lead weight, together with a 20th century, purpose made bracket for hanging. Henry Lintott, age about 24, bachelor, of Farnham, Surrey, was granted a license to marry Mrs. Mary Mabberly, of Farnham, aged about 22, with consent of her mother, May 18, 1691. The will of Henry Lintott, Watchmaker, of Farnham, Surrey, was probated Apr. 14, 1705 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.     case polished, side frets missing, front left finial repaired, bell cage with old repair, side and back panels replaced, dial good, hand is far too short and either replaced or missing a decorative end. Movement with crown wheel escapement and short pendulum, ticks and strikes, weight tarnished, shelf good. $1,800 - $2,500
865 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 57 Regulator", jeweler's regulator wall clock, the walnut and burl walnut case with bold quarter columns, having turned and carved capitals and turned bases, flanking the burl veneer trunk door with reverse painted and gilt presentation, "THE GREEN SHOE MFG. CO. (INC.) NOV. 24, 1924. BY THE EMPLOYEES", over a burl veneered, stepped, tapered bottom bracket, upper door with raised wooden spandrels enframing the dial, over a nicely detailed carved molding above trunk door, and fan carved, broken arch top, Roman numeral painted dial signed "E. HOWARD & CO. BOSTON", 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with maintaining power and large brass, decorated bob and gold leafed pendulum rod, with cylindrical weight.     this clock is in almost untouched original condition. The case retains its original finish with some abrasions and scuffs at corners and one small repair to upper right corner. The center finial and half round plinth are absent and the pendulum rod and the weight hook have been repaired. Joel Warren of ithacacalendarclocks.com has a pattern for this finial, can faithfully reproduce this missing finial and is willing to do so for the future owner. The dial with original paint and hands has minor flaking around the four mounting screws. The only other example of a No. 57 Regulator coming to auction in the past was sold in August 2016 at Thomaston Galleries in Thomaston, Maine, for $41,000 plus buyer's premium and was missing it's weight and bottom bracket. $20,000 - $30,000
866 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 6 Regulator", wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a walnut case with a painted metal dial and reverse painted throat and lower tablets     the case retains its original finish. The dial has been professionally repainted, hour hand replaced with a genuine E. Howard hand from a smaller model and is about an inch too short. The minute hand is original. There is a half inch shadow board attached to the case back, well done and can be removed. A thin piece of molding about 8" long is absent from the circular rim around bottom tablet. The length of the clock itself is 59", while the length of the shadow board is 62". Otherwise this clock is in very good original condition, with original gold leaf pendulum rod, decorated bob, tie-down, baffle, weight and pulley. The movement has been recently serviced by the consignor and is properly signed E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., part of the text is hidden under suspension bridge (see detail photo). Iron weight with cast in "1", as used on a #1 or #6. Dated 1875 behind mounting bracket. $15,000 - $20,000
867 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 70-16 Regulator", wall clock, oak case with turned wooden bezel and reverse painted tablet, Roman numeral painted dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day, time only, weight driven movement     the case retains is original finish, nicely rubbed down. The original dial with original paint has a very light top coat with some strengthening to signature. The tablet is original and has new retaining strips. The weight baffle is a replacement. This is an excellent example of this rare 16 inch dial model Howard. $5,000 - $7,000
868 Howard & Davis, Boston, Mass., "No. 1 Regulator" banjo wall clock, rosewood grain painted cherry case with Roman numeral, painted metal dial with diamond hands, reverse painted tablets, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement and damascened pendulum bob     this is a superb example in original condition. The case retains its outstanding rosewood grained finish. The dial has minor inpaint surrounding the mounting screws. The reverse painted tablets are original and look great. The case bottom has had a repair due to a falling weight. The damascened pendulum bob and rod, hands weight and crank are all original. $7,000 - $9,000
869 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., "Regulator No. 14", jeweler's regulator wall clock, oak and quarter sawn oak case with fan carvings and carved arch top, Roman numeral silvered dial with blued steel hands, 8 day, ornately damascened weight driven timepiece movement with Graham dead beat escapement, and nickel plated three vial mercury pendulum with metal jars     the case retains its original finish. There are several age splits on the door around the dial. There are several holes professionally plugged in the midsection of the case. The weight is a replacement and there is a replacement suspension spring included. The silvered dial is in excellent condition. This is a very rare model Waltham. We have sold only one in the last ten years retailed by Webb C. Ball of Cleveland, Ohio in May of 2011 for $12,000 plus 15% Buyer's Premium. $9,000 - $12,000
870 Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Regulator No. 18", jeweler's regulator wall clock, the mahogany case with burl mahogany panel, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with three jar mercury pendulum, deadbeat escapement and maintaining power     the case retains its original finish, top and the lower left return molding professionally replaced, two lower finials are absent, weight is from a Seth Thomas No. 2. $3,000 - $4,000
871 Jeweler's regulator wall clock, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven Swiss pinwheel movement with three jar pendulum in a modern burl cherry case with white enamel dial, movement circa 1880 and case 20th century     the case is in like new condition and extremely attractive. The pendulum is period and has professionally made metal inserts instead of mercury. The dial has no hairlines and the bezel has been polished. $1,500 - $2,000
872 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Regulator No. 4", jeweler's regulator floor standing clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with Swiss pinwheel escapement and gridiron lyre pendulum in a walnut case with burled walnut highlights with jeweler's private label "PISTELL AND SCHNEIDER JEWELERS-OPTICIANS" stenciled on front of trunk door and Jenny Lind crest with a white enamel dial and center sweep seconds     This clock is in good original condition. Although New Haven made these giants to compete with Ansonia and Waterbury, they didn't sell that many, and they are hard to find. The clock retains its original finish in good condition. The right side carved element has been professionally replaced and the Jenny Lind crest is absent its upper sun burst carving. $5,000 - $7,000
873 James Ritchie & Son, Edinburgh, master regulator with astronomical dial, mahogany case with arch top, glazed door and molded base, Arabic numeral, white painted sheet iron dial, the hour hand rotating once in 24 hours, 8 day, spring powered brass movement with heavy, trapezoidal plates and pinwheel escapement, the escape wheel arbor with electrical contact, closing a circuit once every 60 seconds, pendulum with wooden rod, coil, and large, spherical rating nut, and suspended from a heavy cast iron bracket     case with replaced base, and with minor damage to door molding, dial good, with minor discoloration and crazing, hands with minor oxidation, movement with minor tarnish and losses to lacquer, will tick, pendulum with broken suspension, paper cover on coil with minor tears, wooden bar for electromagnet lacking iron windings $2,000 - $3,000
874 Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn. gallery wall clock with a spring driven 30 day double fusee timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case with a ripple front molding.     The case retains a complete original finish. The painted dial is original and has minor flaking in the 6 to 8 area. The hands are original. There is no Atkins label inside the case. The cord on the right train needs to be replaced. This is an excellent example of this very rare clock. See "The Clocks of Irenus Atkins" by Gregory and King, page 55. $1,500 - $2,000
875 Abiel Chandler, Concord, New Hampshire, 8 day, time and "rat-trap" striking weight driven, brass movement New Hampshire mirror wall clock.     Pine case with a pine door frame with a mahogany bevel frame with corner blocks attached to the inner frame in an old finish. The frame has some veneer loss and repairs on the long sides. The bottom veneer looks replaced. The cross strip has veneer repairs. The mirror is old, but may be a replacement. Top glass is original with loss to the applied decoration. Original iron dial has age darkened. Hands are later replacements. There are no weights to this clock. $800 - $1,200
876 Munger & Benedict, Auburn, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven brass movement, Empire "ironing board top" shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has some wear on the bottom front edge molding. There are some age cracks in the veneer just below the top molding. Dial glass is a proper style replacement. Mirror is period, but its wood backboard is replaced. Label is missing, but shadow of it shows on period wallpaper dust liner. Minute and seconds hands are replaced, but hour hand is original. Original painted dial has some scattered loss mainly confined to the outer edge. Original pewter "Munger" marked pulleys. $700 - $900
877 Abiel Chandler, Concord, New Hampshire, 8 day, brass weight driven movement New Hampshire mirror timepiece.     The case looks to have a very old gold paint finish. The columns have some small areas of loss. The reverse painted tablet and mirror are replaced. The dial has original paint, but has been cleaned and restored by the Dial House. Original hands. $400 - $600
878 Noah Pomeroy, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement wall timepiece.     Rosewood veneered case in an old and possibly original finish has some veneer loss on the bottom right corner of the bracket, on the bottom left corner of the door and some lifting and cracking of the veneer on the cornice top. Original painted dial has small loss near 3 o'clock and at the winding arbor. Original hands and pendulum. The wood rod looks to have been gold painted over the gilding. Original door glass. Dark, but readable label inside the bottom of the case. The weight is a possible replacement or someone has added a cap. $400 - $600
879 Harvard Clock Co., Boston, Mass., retailed by Daniel Pratt's Son, Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven brass movement, Patent or banjo timepiece.     movement stamped with Harvard signature. The refinished walnut case has some gaps in the joints on the throat frame and bottom door. The wood dial door has three or four age cracks. The wood weight baffle is cracked. The finial plinth is a later addition. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some surface stains. $1,700 - $2,000
880 Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement banjo timepiece.     Refinished cherry case in very nice condition. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and a couple small spots on the edge. The baffle in the throat looks to be missing. The bottom tablet has some lifting of the background in the center area. Original hands. $1,600 - $2,000
881 Boston area banjo clock, signed E. Taber, mahogany case, crossbanded door and throat frame with reverse painted glasses, cast bezel with convex glass, and top with ogee molded plinth and eagle finial, Roman numeral white painted dial with blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with T bridge suspension and attached to case with diagonally opposed through bolts, blue painted weight baffle signed in script "Made by E. Taber Roxbury Jan 8 1815", wire pendulum rod with brass keystone and brass faced ball     glasses replaced, box door with repairs and modifications to clear throat frame, and with touch ups to finish, catch and knob replaced, case with repairs, finial with dent, dial with wear and minor losses, hands good, movement clean, ticking, pendulum with replaced suspension T, weight replaced $1,400 - $1,800
882 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 95", 8 day, weight driven brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Inc., Boston.     Mahogany case in nice condition in original finish. There are some tiny dings on the bottom edge of the bottom door. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and at three small spots on the edge. Original throat tablet has loss to the figures face and the yellow background. The bottom tablet has some lifting of the background paint in places. Original pendulum and hands. Movement is signed. The sidearms are tarnished. $1,200 - $1,500
883 Edmund Currier, Hopkinton, New Hampshire and Salem, Mass., Patent or banjo timepiece with 8 day, weight driven, brass movement.     Mahogany case in an old finish. Gilding on the door and throat frames looks to be intact under an old top finish. Original bottom tablet has been stabilized. Throat tablet is original. Original painted dial with the faint signature of "Salem" has some loss at the L-turns and at the 2 o'clock area, a couple spots near the winding arbor and some loss to the gilt chapter ring. Original hands. The bottom bracket maybe a later addition. Also included is a modern copy of the original dial that was used when the clock was on display. It is included. $1,000 - $1,200
884 Walter H. Durfee, Providence, Rhode Island, cross banded veneer Patent or banjo timepiece, with 8 day, time only, weight driven, brass movement .     Banded mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish. Both tablets are original to the case. The original dial has some minor paint loss and wear. The case is stamped "46" on the bezel hinge and the door. There is some question about the movement in that the backboard has been recessed and now has cardboard shims to raise the movement. Durfee usually used Waltham movements, but he also purchased movements from another source. Original hands. $1,000 - $1,500
885 Walter H. Durfee, Providence, Rhode Island, Patent or banjo timepiece retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low Co., Boston, with 8 day, weight driven brass movement     Mahogany case in original finish in nice condition. Original painted dial has some minor loss in a couple places on the edge and at the mounting screws. The original movement made by Waltham. Original tablets, hands and pendulum and eagle finial. The original lead weight is stamped "Durfee". The Geneva stop on the movement has been removed. $700 - $1,000
886 William Cummens, Roxbury, Mass., Patent or banjo timepiece with 8 day, weight driven, brass movement. Although worn, the dial reads "Warrented by W. Cummens Roxbury".     Mahogany and gilt case with remains of original finish. Original gilding on the case has survived with some loss on the high spots of the rope molding and some chips and loss on the door frames. Original painted dial has wear to the numbers and a very faint, worn signature. Dial is attached to the head with two L-turns. Original hands. Throat glass appears original, but cracked. Bottom tablet is old and appears original. Case is stamped "10". Tie down square for the pendulum is absent. Overall a better than average early banjo by a noted maker. $700 - $900
887 Boston, Mass., Patent or Banjo timepiece retailed by Thomas Long Co., Boston jewelers, with 8 day, weight driven, brass movement stamped E. Howard.     Modern mahogany and mahogany veneered banded case in overall excellent condition. Pendulum hold down and dial are stamped "55". E. Howard movement is a number "70". Dial has a couple scratches at the winding arbor. $500 - $700
888 Levi Hutchins, Concord, New Hampshire, Patent or banjo timepiece with 8 day, weight driven, brass movement     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. There is a little veneer damage on one corner of the door and some damage from the brass screws that hold the door to the case were too long. There are a couple chips on the throat panel. Weight driven, brass step train movement attached to the case with through bolts. A very unusual round pendulum keystone. Dial looks original with some loss at the mounting pins. Finial is missing. Tablets appear original, but bottom tablet is cracked. $500 - $800
889 William Grant, Boston, Mass., Patent or banjo timepiece, with 8 day, weight driven brass timepiece movement     Refinished mahogany and gilt case in nice restored condition. Both tablets are modern replacements. The gilding on the door frames has been restored. Original painted dial has some surface rippling of what appears to be some later applied clear finish that has some yellowing. The signature looks to have been strengthened The hands look to be replacements. Movement is attached with a screw through the backboard. $400 - $500
890 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 6" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case has been nicely refinished. There are two pieces just below the top molding that have been replaced. The upper and lower black paper dials are in good condition. The nickel plated hands are all original. The pendulum bob is nicely damascened The door glass is old but the Fashion signature may be a more recent version. $2,000 - $2,500
891 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 8" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case has been nicely refinished. Both dials are newly painted. The time and strike hands are replacements but the seconds bit is original as is the calendar hand. The calendar drums have been re-papered. The movement is signed. The door glass is old and the "Fashion" signature appears to have had restoration. The pendulum bob is nicely damascened $2,000 - $2,500
892 The Prentiss Improvement Clock Co., 49 Dey Street, New York, New York "Standard" wall clock with an 60 day time only movement with a seconds bit and a Prentiss patented calendar mechanism in an oak case.     The oak case retains a dark finish which appears to be original. There are several areas of minor molding damage. The dial has been professionally repainted. The hands are original. The wooden date card holders may be later replacements and some of the date cards, which may be replacements, have become detached from their plates. $1,750 - $2,000
893 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 3" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The walnut case has been refinished very lightly. The original painted time dial and calendar dial are both in good condition and show aging. The hour hand, minute hand and seconds bit all appear to be original. The calendar hand is original. The movement is signed. There is a nice black and gilt Seth Thomas label inside the case which provides directions for the calendar mechanism. The calendar drum papers have darkened with age. The door glass and Fashion signature appear to be original. $1,500 - $2,000
894 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 4" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with an R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case has been nicely refinished. Both dials have been professionally repainted. The hour hand and the seconds bit have age while the minute hand appears to be a replacement. The calendar hand is original. The calendar drums appears repapered. The right hand finial has been broken off and needs to be repaired. The movement is signed. $1,500 - $2,000
895 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 4T" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case shows some repair work to the top piece. The backboard has warped and been refastened with screws. Both original dials have been nicely repainted The calendar drum papers may have been replaced. The hour hand, minute hand and calendar hand are original. The seconds bit is a replacement. The movement is signed. The visible pendulum bob is nicely damascened The original labels are in nice condition. The door glass is original as is the Fashion signature. $1,500 - $2,000
896 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 5" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case retains some original finish. The block at top the right hand pillar has a crack. Both dials have original paint. All hands are original. The movement is signed. The pendulum bob is nicely damascened The door glass and Fashion signature are replaced. $1,500 - $2,000
897 The Prentiss Improvement Clock Co., 49 Dey Street, New York, New York, "Empire" wall clock with an 8 day time only Seth Thomas movement and a Prentiss patented calendar mechanism in an oak veneered case.     The oak case has been nicely refinished and has one small area of loss at the top of the case front. The dial is original and in nice condition. The hands are original. The inside baseboard may be a later replacement but has significant age. The movement is signed Seth Thomas. The pendulum bob is nicely damascened $900 - $1,100
898 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 1" double dial shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike, Seth Thomas movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The case has lost its veneer on the top, base and dial glass bezels and then refinished. The time and paper dials appear to be original with some wear. The calendar drum day and month paper strips show some staining. The case has a nice dated Seth Thomas label. $600 - $800
899 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 2" double dial shelf clock with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case has been nicely refinished. The dials have been professionally repainted. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $600 - $800
900 Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Fashion No. 4" shelf clock with a spring driven Seth Thomas 8 day, time and strike movement with an R. T. Andrews perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case,     The case retains some original finish but has loss at the left and right case return moldings. The finials are replaced. The time dial is a paper replacement. The seconds bit dial is original. The calendar dial may be replaced. The hands are all original except possibly the seconds bit. The glass is original with some backside strengthening to the "Fashion" lettering. The movement is signed. $600 - $700
901 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Ingraham Calendar" double dial shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with a B. B. Lewis patent calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The walnut case still retains a fair amount of original finish. The upper dial has been repainted. The lower dial has nicely aged, The hands are all original. The dial glasses are original. The movement is signed. $550 - $650
902 Charley Holland, Fort Smith, Arkansas, miniature Fashion shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour strike movement and perpetual calendar mechanism in a solid walnut case.     This clock was originally purchased in 1971 and has a serial number of "14" from a run of 50 of these clocks by Holland, The walnut case is in excellent condition as are the hands and dials. The interior label is signed by the maker and designates the "14" serial number. The calendar mechanism is B. B. Lewis style. $500 - $700
903 L. F. & W, W. Carter, Bristol, Conn. hanging double dial calendar clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement and B. B. Lewis perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The case has been refinished and has several veneer repairs. The two bezels have lost their grain painting. The original painted dials are in very good condition with a couple of minor areas of in-painting. The hour, minute and calendar date hands are original. The day of the week and month hands have age and may be original to the clock. There is a nice Carter label inside the case with a seldom seen overpasted label of "Frisbie & Wilson, Exporters of American Clocks, 99 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn.". $500 - $700
904 L. F. & W. W. Carter, Bristol, Conn. double dial shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement with B. B. Lewis perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     The nicely finished rosewood case has minor veneer chips on the two base returns. The original paper dial shows age but is in very good condition. The calendar dial is in excellent condition. The hour hand is original, but the minute hand is a replaced. The door glasses are original. Overall a nice example of this model. $400 - $600
905 France, a three piece marble and gilt bronze mantel garniture, clock and candelabra on matching, variegated, green marble bases, the square plinths with incurved corners supporting attenuated columns draped with floral festoons, the larger, central base with three putti, holding aloft a patinated, spherical clock case with applied Roman numerals, and containing an 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement, the side pieces each with a single putto, with branching rose stem in each hand, the candle sockets of open rose form, clock dimensions listed     losses to gilding, clock base with a vertical crack and losses in marble plinth, marble with a few minor flakes, patination on clock case very good, movement ticks and strikes, bell a poor quality replacement, bell stand screw replaced, bell nut replaced, hammer arm with solder $2,000 - $2,500
906 France, large mantel regulator, gilt case with ogee molded base and top, the front and back with beveled glasses, the rear glass frosted, Arabic numeral dial painted on porcelain panel with genre scene below, showing an interior with a woman pouring wine for a seated man, and marked "Theo. B. Starr New York", the panels on the left and right side similarly decorated, and featuring men enjoying wine, the right panel signed at lower right "DEVALER", 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement, movement numbered 12979, the backs of the porcelain panels bearing that number as well     Case with restored gilding, a bit dirty and with marks from handling, front glass with flake at upper right, front porcelain panel with small flake at lower left, invisible with door closed, hands good, hand washer missing, left and right porcelain panels very good, rear glass panel with minor chips at 3 corners, movement ticks and strikes, would benefit from service, pendulum missing $2,000 - $3,000
907 France, a decorative, three piece mantel garniture, the hexagonal, gilt bronze and champleve enamel clock case with columned corners, set with beveled glasses, and porcelain panels with polychrome enamel decoration, the panels with full length portraits of young women, floral ornament, and amorini, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with enamel painting of cupid, the pendulum also with his image, 8 day time and strike pendule de Paris movement, the tall, vasiform sidepieces with portraits and musical trophies, also with champleve enamel, matching the clock     case very dirty, gilding worn away, glasses and panels in good condition, porcelain top on urn finial with crack, champleve good, dial and hands good, movement ticks and strikes, side pieces with dirt and worn gilding, porcelain and enamel good $1,800 - $2,500
908 Potonie, Paris, mantel or table regulator, rectangular, white marble, molded base supporting the glazed, arch top case, top with acanthus leaf engraving, sides with trefoil ornamented parapet, and case "floor" with acanthus engraving on a crosshatched field, Roman numeral white enamel dial with seconds chapter below 12:00, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with square plates, marked "Mouv Surfin", "D. Pontonie & Cie 8113 Paris", and "Horloger P. Bly" below the back cock, gilt, gridiron pendulum with white enamel insert     base dirty, and with minor flakes and bruises, gilding good, with minor losses, dial with chip at left winding arbor, hairlines at edge, 10:00, cracks and minor enamel loss at 2:00, these flaws are concealed by the bezel when closed, hands with minor oxidation and loss of color, movement with minor staining, ticks and strikes, enamel on pendulum with a few minor scratches $1,500 - $2,000
909 France, lyre form mantel clock, white marble case with gilt bronze mounts, including fruit and floral festoons, trailing vines and other classically inspired ornament, the top with Helios mask, knife edge pendulum, attached to an oscillating pendulum ring of brilliants, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with polychrome enamel garlands, fancy gilt hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement     case good, mask ornament a poor quality replacement, dial good, hands tarnished, pendulum with repairs and replacements, movement ticks and strikes, will need work $1,200 - $1,500
910 Fabrication Francais, Paris, figural table clock, the patinated spelter case depicting a young boy standing in a rocky landscape, carrying a spherical clock suspended from a rope handle, the clock case with applied, gilt Roman numerals, gilt Louis XV style hands, and 8 day, time and strike movement with cylinder platform, casting signed     minor wear and losses to patination, clock case refinished, numerals with minor bends and distortion, glue residue under some numerals, ticks briefly, striking functional, needs service $1,000 - $1,500
911 G. Thomas, Editeur, 11 Rue de Sommerard, Paris, an Edwardian globe clock, the cylindrical, quarter round molded brass base supporting a tapered, fluted column, attached to the stationary globe mount, engraved, Roman numeral equatorial ring with adjustable pointer, and 8 day timepiece movement concealed in the base, driving the globe through the a linkage in the column, c1890.     There are a number of minor repairs to the globe surface including a dime-sized patch in the Middle East. There is a small loss to the surface located in the Atlantic adjacent to an old repair and some excess glue. Long, shallow cracks along part of the equator and both poles. The clock is missing a small dimensional representation of the sun, which should be mounted on a curved wire extending from the base. The movement ticks briskly. $1,000 - $1,500
912 French, Marti & Cie, 8 day, time and strike spring driven brass movement Garniture set.     Beautiful cobalt blue porcelain case with applied gold decoration and champleve work on the columns and feet in fine condition. There is some minor loss to the applied gold on some of the high spots on the case. Beautiful painted figures just below the dial is signed by the artist. Original porcelain dial is perfect and original hands. The two accompanying side pieces are in fine condition. $900 - $1,200
913 France, a large and imposing cast brass and bronze mantel clock, the base on tapered, scroll and cartouche ornamented feet, case front with niche containing a winged, half caryatid terminating in a foliate scroll, the sides with lions rampant guardant on pedestals, the top with bearded mask surrounded by foliate ornament and surmounted by an urn finial with flanking botanical pendants, Roman numeral dial with ornamental center, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement     case originally with gilt and silvered surfaces, now polished to brass/ bronze, dial also polished, case back with minor staining, hands good, rear glass replaced and with glue residue, movement ticks and strikes $800 - $1,200
914 Leonard Rousset, a Paris, a gilt bronze figural mantel clock, the oblong base on engine turned feet with applied cast relief of Cupid and Psyche, supporting the lamp form clock case with figure of Venus casting Cupid's weapons into the fire, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement with silk thread suspension     case fasteners loose, losses to gilding, gold paint used in small areas to camouflage losses, one trophy missing from base, base with poorly replaced foot at back, cupids bow broken, other minor losses to ornament, dial with hairlines and chips, movement ticks and strikes, pendulum missing $800 - $1,200
915 Boutteville a Paris, a year going clock movement with equipoise pendulum, Roman numeral white enamel dial with sunk center, the recessed panel with seconds bit and wind indicator, blued steel Breguet style hands, brass movement with round plates and Leroux deadbeat escapement, with purpose made base     dial with faint hairlines and losses to figures and outer divisions, movement dirty, will run, but service and adjustment will be required for long term reliability $600 - $800
916 France, a gilt and multicolor patinated bronze figural mantel clock, the red patinated base with incurved sides resting on gilt scroll feet, with gilt acanthus corners suspending a floral festoon, supporting a rocky pinnacle, on which a stylish young woman and her dog rest, Roman numeral, engine turned silvered dial with gilt bezel, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement with silk thread suspension     gilt and patinated surfaces very good, a few specks of verdigris, dial repainted, minute hand replaced, grommets added to winding holes, movement dirty, ticks and strikes, pendulum and bell replaced $600 - $900
917 France, 8 day, time and strike spring driven movement with Japy Freres "Grd Med. D'Honneur" stamp in a gilt metal case with Sevres porcelain panels. The Sevres artist portrayed Asian themes including a robed woman under cherry blossoms, a man smoking a long pipe, and a landscape with a pagoda.     The heavy ornamental case retains a fairly bright finish except for a few places on the back. The upper right porcelain panel is raised slightly out of position. The light green porcelain panels are in beautiful condition. Old pendulum a replacement, works fine. The movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $500 - $700
918 France, a small, gilt bronze desk or table clock, the figure of Cupid carrying a bow in his left hand, while his right hand draws back a sheet revealing the clock atop his wings, all on a dore bronze trimmed marble base with gilt feet, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, now with later, 8 day timepiece movement with cylinder escapement     case dirty, but otherwise in good condition, dial with hairlines and chips, movement replaced, back cover added, runs briefly $500 - $700
919 Jean-Baptiste Delettrez (J.B.D.), Paris, for W.C. Shaw, Glasgow, mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with unusual key setting arbor in the lower front of the dial, black slate Egyptian revival case with gilt dial and accents, the whole surmounted by a gilt sphinx figure.     small chips / roughness to edges of case, especially along the bottom front edge and corners. Small seams apparent on either side of lower front stone piece. Dial is lightly tarnished. Front and rear beveled glasses are in good condition, as are the hands and the well detailed sphinx figure. Movement is stamped "J.B.D." which was common for clocks made by Delettrez for retailers. $500 - $750
920 Rollin, a Paris, a gilt bronze mantel clock with porcelain plaques, the base with scroll feet, and richly ornamented in the rococo style, the front set with polychrome enamel porcelain plaques flanking the Roman numeral, white enamel dial, depicting reclining amorini with baskets of flowers, the top also with a pair of well modeled amorini, in a landscape, stealing young birds from a nest, and 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement     minor losses to gilding, minor tarnish and specks of verdigris, dirty, dial with repaired chips at left winding arbor, minute hand with minor bend, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $500 - $750
921 Charles Pickard, Paris, figural mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike movement by Japy Freres, patinated cast brass feet with human faces supporting a black slate case and dial with incised designs and numerals, surmounted by a handled urn displaying 8 human faces around the outside, c1880.     the black slate case in is outstanding condition, as is the matching dial. Cast feet, side ornaments, and urn are in fine condition. Good beveled glass and original hands. The movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $400 - $600
923 France, a two part, rococo style porcelain mantel clock with case in the style of Jacob Petit, the clock and stand both decorated with molded and brightly painted naturalistic ornament, blue ground highlighted by bright gilding, all resting on an inlaid rosewood base with dome, Roman numeral white enamel dial, unusual, fancy gilt trefoil hands, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement with silk thread suspension, the back plate marked "Medaille d'or Japy"     case and base very good, with minor wear and a tiny chip at top of case, minor losses to gilding, dial with hairline, hands very good, movement complete, does not tick or strike, very gummy, needs service, wooden base with wear and scratches, dome good $400 - $600
924 France, gilt spelter and marble figural mantel clock, "Le Triomphe de l'Amour", the stepped, white marble base with bowed front and back, supporting an attenuated, fluted column containing the clock and decorated with floral festoons and trailing ribbon, the female figure at left handing a wreath to the figure of Cupid seated atop the column, and to the right, a standing putto holding a bird, all on gilt, toupie feet, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with polychrome festoons, gilt Louis XV style hands, 8 day pendule de Paris movement     needs some cleaning, all castings regilded, putto at right loose, marble with small flakes and chips, dial with minor flakes at winding arbors, hands good, hand washer and taper pin missing, movement dirty, ticks and strikes, bell replaced. $1,000 - $1,500
925 France,. for J.W. Benson, London, shelf or table clock, gilt case with Arabesque ornament, slender columns, and turned finials, Roman numeral, engine turned, silvered dial, blued steel spade hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement with lever platform     losses to gilding, dial with discoloration, movement very dirty, not running, will strike, balance staff good, will run with proper service $400 - $500
926 England, Skeleton clock, nicely pierced and finished brass scroll frames, Roman numeral skeletonized dial with shield shaped reserves for the figures, blued steel hands, 8 day fusee timepiece with 6 spoke crossings, recoil escapement, and brass pendulum with steel rod, all mounted to a marble plinth with ebonized wooden base, and with period shade     frames with minor tarnish and polish residue, back cock replaced, dial lacking silver, dial feet replaced, hands painted black, ticking, pendulum replaced, base and dome not original to this clock $1,000 - $1,500
927 France, skeleton clock with conical pendulum, the triangular, openwork gilt frame ornamented with c scrolls and foliage, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day timepiece movement, the back plate marked "Medaille de Bronze" beneath an eagle, gilt pendulum with silver plated ball, all resting on a velvet lined, ebonized wooden base, and covered with a glass dome     frame with minor casting flaws, gilding good, dial good, movement runs, very gummy, needs service, wire loop for pendulum drive a bit loose, pendulum with scattered dark spots on silver, base and dome good, $500 - $700