AUCTION : 0518

Instruments 

Clock, Watch, Jewelry, Nautical Instruments & Antiques Auction

Clocks & Clockmaker's Shop featuring rare French Industrial Series
Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 10:30am: LOTS 1 - 598
Preview: Saturday, May 19 at 8am to 10:15am. Limited Watch Preview Extended Until 12pm.

Precision Timepieces, Important Watches, Nautical Instruments, Marine Clocks, Jewelry & Antiques
Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 10am: LOTS 599 - 1192
Preview: Saturday, May 19 at 8am to 10:15am & Sunday, May 20 at 8am to 9:45am 
 

The Manchester Downtown Hotel (formerly the Radisson Hotel), Manchester, NH

Important Clocks

Lot#: 247

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 11" hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, weight driven movement with perpetual calendar, in a walnut case with carved crest and carved and pierced dial surround and painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The dials retain their original paint. The hole for the center arbor has been enlarged, which is unnoticeable when the hour hand is mounted. The calendar mechanism is a proper style reproduction.
ESTIMATE: $10000 - $20000
PRICE SOLD: $14000
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 69in x 26in x 8in

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Lot#: 248

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 5" wall clock, 8 day, weight driven movement with perpetual calendar in a walnut case with six burl spandrels on front door and lenticular aperture for pendulum bob and painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish that is nicely rubbed down. The top and bottom trim elements are all intact and present and in very good condition. The upper dial retains its original paint with some scattered flaking. The lower dial has been repainted. This is an excellent example of a hard to find model.
ESTIMATE: $15000 - $20000
PRICE SOLD: $10500
CIRCA: 1884
DIMENSIONS: 50in x 24in x 8.75in

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Lot#: 249

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, N.Y., "No. 1 Regulator Sweep", hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, time with sweep seconds, perpetual calendar, double weight driven movement with a gridiron pendulum in a walnut case with carved crest and bottom with papered metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish in good condition with minor nicks and scuffs. There is a crack repair on the lower left ornament. The crest, bottom and finials appear original however the finials have been refinished. The dials have some minor staining but are original. The nickel plated pendulum and its weights are original. It has a correct brass gear Welch movement with nickel plated plates. This is a extremely nice example of the desirable Ithaca hanging jeweler's model.
ESTIMATE: $15000 - $18000
PRICE SOLD: $14000
CIRCA: 1882
DIMENSIONS: 73in x 20in x 13.5in

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Lot#: 250

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 9" hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, weight driven movement with perpetual calendar in a walnut case with painted metal dials, nickel damascened pendulum bob and beat scaler
CONDITION: the case in very good condition retains its original finish nicely rubbed down. The metal dials have been repainted. The pendulum bob and indicator are in very good condition and reflect well. We sold another fine example of this model in October of 2012 for $15,100 plus 15% Buyer's Premium.
ESTIMATE: $10000 - $15000
PRICE SOLD: $10000
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 67in x 19.25in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 251

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Regulator No. 14", hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven Swiss movement with pinwheel escapement, gridiron lyre pendulum and sweep seconds in a carved walnut and burl walnut case with a white enamel dial
CONDITION: the case retains a very nice original finish with an extremely well done professional repair on one of the ears on the crest. The sweep seconds hand is a replacement. The fancy gridiron pendulum and weight are original. There are remnants of glue on lower section of glass door where "CORRECT TIME" placard was affixed (included with clock): This is a fabulous example of a very decorative and impressive American jeweler's regulator.
ESTIMATE: $8000 - $10000
PRICE SOLD: $14250
DIMENSIONS: 86.5in x 27.75in x 11.25in

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Lot#: 252

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., monumental double sided ceiling mounted gallery clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a elaborately carved tambour shaped mahogany case with acanthus leaves, dental molding, small hemispherical ornaments surrounding dials and tapered, fluted raised moldings on sides and bottom of case. The two marble dials are both signed "E. HOWARD & CO. BOSTON".
CONDITION: the case is in excellent original condition including finish with a chip at 7 on the non-winding dial side. Both dials, pendulum, weight and hands are original. The suspension spring is absent. The movement is signed. This is a beautiful example of one of the more elaborate and fancy hard-to-find hanging Howard gallery clocks.
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE SOLD: $1800
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 33in x 82in x 11.5in

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Lot#: 253

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 12 Regulator", wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a walnut case with a painted metal dial and reverse painted tablet
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down with a chip repair around molding on door surrounding tablet. The dial is in excellent original condition The weight baffle board is replaced. The reverse tablet has been repainted. The pendulum jar and insert may be replacements.
ESTIMATE: $8000 - $12000
PRICE SOLD: $4600
CIRCA: 1874
DIMENSIONS: 60in x 19in x 8in

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Lot#: 254

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 13 Regulator", wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with damascened pendulum disc in a black walnut case with a painted metal dial signed "RIGGS & BRO / PHILA." and reverse painted tablet
CONDITION: the case retains remnants of its original finish. The weight baffle has been repainted and parts of the interior of the case surrounding the weight baffle have been painted black. The pendulum rod has been restored. The dial is in good condition with minor wear to signature and some of the numerals have been strengthened. No black remains on the reverse painted tablet. An original Howard #1 weight is included. The second hand has been glued to its shaft.
ESTIMATE: $7000 - $9000
PRICE SOLD: $5500
CIRCA: 1874
DIMENSIONS: 54.5in x 16.5in x 6in

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Lot#: 255

DESCRIPTION: Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Regulator No. 17", hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, time only, weight driven Swiss movement with pinwheel escapement, mercury two vial pendulum and sweep seconds in a black walnut case with a white enamel dial
CONDITION: the case has been refinished with an abrasion still apparent under new finish on the reeded column on right. The brass weight may be replaced. The enameled dial is in very good condition. The mercury has been replaced with two metal slugs. This is a rare hard to find model, of which we have only sold one in the last 20 years.
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE SOLD: $1000
CIRCA: 1894
DIMENSIONS: 95in x 22in x 10

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Lot#: 256

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 89 Regulator", wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with damascened pendulum disc in an oak case with a painted zinc dial
CONDITION: the case retains the original finish. The suspension ring has one lead broken. Dial has original paint, but there is minor staining near center shaft. The weight, pendulum rod and disc are original. This clock once served as a master and several wires once sent signals to slaves.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $900
CIRCA: 1889
DIMENSIONS: 65in x 19.25in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 257

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 70", wall clock, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven movement in a mahogany case with a painted metal dial and large engraved brass beat scale
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish with a 3" thin piece of left return molding split. The pendulum rod appears original but has been repainted. The dial is in excellent condition. This clock shares the same movement as some of Seth Thomas' other high end regulators, like the No. 19. This is a nice example of a rare Seth Thomas wall clock.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE SOLD: $1300
CIRCA: 1913
DIMENSIONS: 55in x 22in x 9.5in

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Lot#: 258

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 20" hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day, timepiece movement with Graham dead-beat escapement and maintaining power in an oak case.
CONDITION: The case is in excellent condition with a couple a very minor areas of veneer loss. It retains a light finish. The original painted dial is in very good condition with no areas of loss. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glass is original. The pendulum rod has been repaired. Overall, an excellent example of this wall hanging regulator. The weight is replaced.
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE SOLD: $1300
CIRCA: 1909
DIMENSIONS: 61.5in x 20.0in x 9.0in

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Lot#: 259

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 17", wall clock, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven movement in an oak case with a painted metal dial
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. There are pinpoint pricks in trim along bottom of case and wear along edge of door. There is a great jeweler's label on the inside of backboard for "COOK & JAQUES, TRENTON N.J." The Seth Thomas label in bottom of case is a reproduction. Several of the small finials are properly replaced. The damascened pendulum disc has some scratches. An early 20th century clockmaker has his notes inscribed on the front plate of the movement. The dial is repainted.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $2600
DIMENSIONS: 68in x x

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Lot#: 260

DESCRIPTION: Louis Hoeber, 31 Duke St, Grosvenor Square, London, England, monumental Gothic revival wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in an oak case with fleur-de-lis pediment top, and egg and dart molding flanked by pinwheel carved side elements over glazed door exposing large brass pendulum bob and beat scale. The reverse painted glass Gothic roman numeral dial with gilt lattice surround on a blue ground has maker's signature, address and Gothic hands
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish with old repair to fleur-de-lis on crest. Just above the beat indicator the case has been carved out. The dial has some minor staining. The suspension and crutch plate are replacements.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE SOLD: $600
CIRCA: 1860
DIMENSIONS: 84in x 27.25in x 10.5in

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Lot#: 261

DESCRIPTION: England, an ebonized hanging regulator with double three legged gravity escapement, the rectilinear four light case with simple molded top and base, the bottom with beat scale and presentation plaque "Presented to the Bath and Country Club A.F. Janvrin Esq.", roman numeral silvered dial with open center, blued steel Breguet style hands, brass, spring driven movement mounted to a heavy, cast iron bracket, three rod gridiron pendulum with brass bob
CONDITION: case with minor dings and scratches, dial with minor staining and discoloration, hands with minor bends, movement with minor staining, oily, pendulum with minor scratches and oxide, one nut and washer replaced, bob with minor dings and scratches, escapement functional, needs service
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $1800
CIRCA: 1910
DIMENSIONS: 51.25in x 13.75in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 262

DESCRIPTION: Aaron Willard, Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Massachusetts shelf clock.
CONDITION: Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition in an old mellow finish. The crotch mahogany panel has age cracks in the veneer and the mahogany banding. There is one small veneer repair on the bottom right corner. There are shrinkage cracks in the bottom area of the hood door, a small crack on the top as well and cracks in the dial mask. The painted "kidney" iron dial has a couple small stain spots, a couple flecks, some wear to numbers and the signature. Beautiful pair of hands. This is a handsome example of a Willard shelf clock in nice condition.
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE SOLD: $8000
CIRCA: 1805
DIMENSIONS: 33.25in x 13.75in x 6.25in

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Lot#: 263

DESCRIPTION: Aaron Willard, Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement Massachusetts shelf clock. Case is stamped 355.
CONDITION: Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in a very old and possibly original finish. There are age cracks in the half round moldings on the dial door. The molding on the bottom panel has fewer cracks. The tablet has some loss to the gilt border in the dial opening. The bottom panel is a period mirror. Original dish dial has some minor loss on the edges.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE SOLD: $4000
CIRCA: 1810
DIMENSIONS: 32in x 13in x 6in

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Lot#: 264

DESCRIPTION: Rural Massachusetts or Maine or New Hampshire, Massachusetts-style shelf clock, 6 (yes 6) day, weight driven brass movement in a birch case with a painted iron dial and steel hands.
CONDITION: The case looks birch with a possibly original finish. There is a little damage at the upper left corner on the base. The painted iron dial is rough on the back and not much better on the front as evidenced by the rough surface finish. The numbers are worn. Original hands. The movement is composed of brass plates with turned iron pillars. Original pendulum and weight. The brass finial is not original. The movement runs 6 days on a winding.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $2500
CIRCA: 1810
DIMENSIONS: 38.25in x 11.5in x 6.75in

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Lot#: 265

DESCRIPTION: Curtis & Dunning, Burlington, Vermont, 8 day, weight driven patent timepiece, gilt front with gilt, rope molded frames, cast brass bezel, cast brass side arms, and turned, gilt finial, the throat glass with gilt, scrolling foliate ornament, the box glass depicting the pursuit and capture of the HMS Boxer by the USS Enterprise, signed, white painted roman numeral sheet iron dial with moon hands, and brass clad pendulum.
CONDITION: Mahogany and gilt case in original finish has some damage to bottom board. Original painted dial has minor loss at the mount pins and is mounted to the case with two L-turns. Bottom door is has it's original L-turn, but now uses a latch. Both tablets are original with some minor loss to background. Top finial may be later. Original weight. Another far better banjo with original glasses with a signed dial by Curtis & Dunning
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $2400
CIRCA: 1822
DIMENSIONS: 33in x 10.25in x 3.5in

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Lot#: 266

DESCRIPTION: Unsigned, probably Massachusetts, 8 day, weight driven brass movement patent timepiece, with mahogany case and gilt, rope molded frames, cast brass side arms, cast brass bezel, and brass ball and spire finial, throat glass with green and gilt bordered lattice on a red ground above a red rising sun style ornament with gilt rays, and signed "Willard's Patent", the lower glass with matching border and depicting the battle between the USS Constitution and the HMS Guerriere, white painted roman numeral dial with steel barbed hands, and brass clad pendulum.
CONDITION: Mahogany case has an old finish has a small repair on the bottom left side. The bottom board and one glue block have been replaced. Original painted dial is in very nice condition for its age and is mounted to the case with two L-turns. Nicely made original hands. Both tablets are original which makes this example exceptional. Original lead weight. Period winding key. Finial is a replacement.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000
PRICE SOLD: $1100
CIRCA: 1825
DIMENSIONS: 33.75in x 10in x 3.5in

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Lot#: 267

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 9" shelf clock, 8 day, time, strike on cathedral gong and perpetual calendar, spring driven movement in a walnut case with burl and carved highlights and painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish in very good condition. All the carved elements are intact and present. The dials retain their original paint with flaking at 12 and some fading at 5 and 7. This is an extremely attractive example of a very rare and highly desirable Seth Thomas Office Calendar model.
ESTIMATE: $4500 - $6500
PRICE SOLD: $4700
CIRCA: 1889
DIMENSIONS: 29.5in x 17in x 7in

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Lot#: 268

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 10" shelf clock, 8 day, time, cathedral gong strike and perpetual calendar, weight driven movement in an ornately carved walnut case with painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down. All trim elements are intact and present. The dials are repainted and the calendar rolls have been repapered.
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE SOLD: $3300
CIRCA: 1885
DIMENSIONS: 36.5in x 23in x 7in

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Lot#: 269

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 8" shelf clock, 8 day, time, bell strike and perpetual calendar, spring driven movement in a walnut case with carved highlights and painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case has very little finish remaining. Both dials have been repainted. The carved elements and finials are intact and present.
ESTIMATE: $2500 - $3500
PRICE SOLD: $1000
CIRCA: 1885
DIMENSIONS: 27.5in x 18.5in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 270

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 6" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and an 1876 R. T. Andrews patent perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case.
CONDITION: The case is in excellent condition with little original finish left. There are two small dents on the right side case return. The original painted time dial has minor loss at several locations. The original painted calendar dial is in excellent condition with no loss. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The calendar roller papers show some discoloration. Both door glasses are original. Overall a very clean and original example of the Parlor Calendar No. 6.
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1250
PRICE SOLD: $550
CIRCA: 1885
DIMENSIONS: 27in x 14.75in x 6.0in

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Lot#: 271

DESCRIPTION: E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 9 Regulator", 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
CONDITION: Refinished walnut case has a repair to the case at the bottom hinge and a crack above the same location. There is also a separation and repair at the bottom likely caused by broken cable. Original painted dial has a small spot at 5 o'clock and has age darkened a little outside the chapter ring. Original hands, pendulum and tablets. An E. Howard repair label inside.
ESTIMATE: $7000 - $9000
PRICE SOLD: $6500
CIRCA: 1890
DIMENSIONS: 37.5in x 12.75in x 5in

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Lot#: 272

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "No. 0 Bank", hanging 8 day, timepiece with perpetual calendar, weight driven movement in a walnut case with a carved pediment top, carved base and upper and lower finials with painted metal dials
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish with a repair to tip of the crest. The dials are repainted with some flaking on upper dial. Otherwise, this is an excellent example of a desirable double dial calendar model.
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE SOLD: $5000
CIRCA: 1878
DIMENSIONS: 61in x 22in x 10in

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Lot#: 273

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "No. 0 Regulator" hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day, timepiece movement (Welch, Spring & Co.) and a H. B. Horton patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a walnut case with burl walnut accents.
CONDITION: The case is in excellent condition and retains an original finish. The original paper dial for the time movement has been overlaid with a painted dial. The paper calendar dial is original and shows some aging. The calendar drum papers are original. The hands are all original. The movement is unsigned but is identical to the the Welch, Spring & Co. movement shown for the Ithaca No. 0 Regulator on page 122 of Tran Duy Ly's "Calendar Clocks reference book. With the exception of a very few minor surface scratches and the time dial, this is an excellent and beautiful example of this scarce Ithaca clock.
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE SOLD: $4600
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 51.0in x 20.5in x 9.5in

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Lot#: 274

DESCRIPTION: Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "Regulator No. 1" wall clock, 8 day weight driven Welch movement with perpetual calendar in a walnut case with three finals, ebonized composition ornaments, carved top and bottom and exposed pendulum rod forward of calendar dial with two papered metal dials.
CONDITION: the case retains its original finish. The three upper finials are professionally replaced and the center finial needs to be reanchored. There is a small repair on the fancy casting flanking the pendulum aperture. The aperture is missing its glass. There is some wear to upper dial. The weights are original.
ESTIMATE: $4000 - $6000
PRICE SOLD: $3000
CIRCA: 1875
DIMENSIONS: 49in x 19in x 6in

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Lot#: 275

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Jupiter" hanging, 8 day, time and bell strike weight driven movement in an open well oak case with three Jenny Lind busts and pressed brass ornaments, silvered metal dial with moon phase
CONDITION: the case retains an older finish. The lower Jenny Lind ornament has been replated. The door latch needs to be repaired. The dial is original and in very good condition. The weights, finials, pendulum and hands are original.
ESTIMATE: $6000 - $8000
PRICE SOLD: $3000
CIRCA: 1895
DIMENSIONS: 59in x 19in x 8in

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Lot#: 276

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 13" hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day, timepiece movement and an R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a solid oak case.
CONDITION: The case is in excellent condition with a near perfect original finish. The original painted time dial is in very good condition with one small area of inpainting between 5 and 6. The original painted calendar dial may have had some restoration but is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is not signed. The door glass is original. The calendar drum labels are original and darkened with age. The weight is period and may be original to the clock but has been modified, possibly to fix a broken weight hook. This is a scarce model among the Seth Thomas Office Calendar clock line and is in excellent condition.
ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7000
PRICE SOLD: $2200
CIRCA: 1890
DIMENSIONS: 49.0in x 19.0in x 7.5in

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Lot#: 277

DESCRIPTION: Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 10" hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day, timepiece movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in an oak case with burl walnut accents.
CONDITION: This is the earlier version of the Office Calendar No. 10 with the opening between the time and calendar dials to allow pendulum bob visibility. The oak case is in very good condition and has been refinished. There is a vertical crack at both the top and bottom of the door. One of the two lower finials shows some loss to the tip. The bottom drop finial is missing, There are excellent labels inside the case. The calendar drum papers are original and darkened with age. Both the painted time and calendar dials are in excellent condition with very minimal loss. The hands are all original. The door glass is original.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4000
PRICE SOLD: $3400
CIRCA: 1886
DIMENSIONS: 46.0in x 16.5in x 7.25in

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Lot#: 278

DESCRIPTION: Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Gale Drop Calendar Model No. 1", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven brass movement wall clock with Daniel J. Gale patent calendar.
CONDITION: Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in fine condition with just a small ding on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial is in fine condition with a couple minor flakes at center of the time dial. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. Clean label inside.
ESTIMATE: $3500 - $5500
PRICE SOLD: $3200
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 30.5in x 17in x 4.75in

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Lot#: 279

DESCRIPTION: Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Gale Drop Calendar Model No. 3", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven brass movement with Daniel J. Gale patent calendar.
CONDITION: Rosewood and rosewood grained case in very nice condition in original finish has some minor dings and scratches on the bezel and a small corner ding on the bottom bracket. Original paper dial is very clean for its age with surface abrasion at the time dial. Original hands. There is a repair at the dial door hinge.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000
PRICE SOLD: $2600
CIRCA: 1880
DIMENSIONS: 30.5in x 17in x 5in

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