Condition Report For Lot# 688 :
(1) the brass has some spotting and scratches but is in very good overall condition. The multicolor enamel dial is fine, as is the four-ball pendulum and torsion wire. The signed movement back plate shows the unusual name. The clock ticks but was not tested long term. Ht with dome 12" (2) these are rarer examples with the "Anniversary" name actually on the enamel dial. This model also has a gimbaled top suspension which is unusual. The brass has an old patina, the red felt in the base is present, the dial is intact, the dome and torsion wire are good, and the clock ticks but was not tested long term. Ht with dome 11 1/4" (3) the brass has an old glossy patina, and the unusual heavy marble base is intact. The unsigned enamel dial is fine, as is the glass dome and disk pendulum. The torsion wire is good and the escapement ticks but was not tested long term. Ht with dome 11" (4) the brass has darkened where not protected by the glass dome, but inside it has a warm glossy finish on the movement and pendulum. The torsion wire is okay, and the clock ticks but was not tested long term. The cream-color enamel unsigned dial is fine. Ht with dome 12 1/2" (5) this unusual model is different from the Jefferson Golden Hour. There are four round glass disks, two of which rotate to show the minutes and hours. The overall condition is good, and the motor runs but was not tested long term. There may have been a base, covering the motor and wires, which now is absent. Ht 9 3/4"