Condition Report For Lot# 680 :
(1) the heavy modern lantern clock has an old-looking patina and a dial signed "John Smith, London". The side doors show Father Time and a skeleton. Its weights are absent, 23" overall on wall bracket (2) The little Seth Thomas has an old surface with no damage. Not tested, sold as is. Ht of Seth Thomas 7 1/4" (3) this unusual small clock is in very nice original condition, with some veneer cracking on both sides, and a ding near the front door pull. The signed silvered dial has toned a bit; the thick beveled glass is fine. The high-quality movement ticks and chimes but was not tested long term. Ht 9 1/4"; (4) this early electrically impulse clock is in nice original condition with old patina on the brass and turned wood base with a few small chips. The brass cylinder pendulum is present but not shown in the photo. The silvered dial is excellent. There is a bit of corrosion in the battery compartment, and the movement has not been tested. Good glass dome. Ht to dome top 11"; (5) the Russian clock, with 5 1/2" dial, is in very good original condition and is running; (6) The nicely carved and turned barometer, with 2-scale thermometer, appears to function correctly, Ht 19"