Antique Clock, Watch & Jewelry Auction

LOT DESCRIPTION (and condition in italics) EST
1 Brooch- hand painted portrait of Madonna (Mary, the mother of Jesus), artist signed by "Elvin" in .800 silver filigreed setting, 2" x 1 1/2", 8.6g TW     this is a great estate piece, with a minor loss to miniature hooped link silver border around portrait. $100 - $200
2 Brooch- hand painted portrait of Madonna (Mary, the mother of Jesus), artist signed by "Sola" in .800 silver filigreed setting, 1 7/8" x 1 3/8", 9.7g TW     this estate piece is in excellent condition and the silver has a mellow patina. $100 - $200
3 Cameo brooch- very fine shell carved figure of lady in very elaborate and ornate solid 14K yellow gold setting with six turquoise stone accents, 1 5/8" x 1 1/4", 10.8g TW     the piece is in excellent condition and brilliant appearing. The setting is marked 14K and can also be used as a pendant. $200 - $300
4 Cameo brooch- Victorian very fine angel skin coral carved figure of lady in deep relief in solid 10K yellow gold setting, c1880, 1 1/2" x 1", 7.9g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, coral carved center piece with little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. There is a little warping on the rims of the setting, which has been acid tested. $200 - $300
5 Cameo brooch- Victorian very fine angel skin coral carved figure of lady in deep relief in solid 10K yellow gold setting, c1880, 1 3/4" x 1 3/8", 11.9g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, coral carved center piece with little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. There is a little warping on the rims of the setting, which has been acid tested. $200 - $300
6 Cameo brooch- Victorian very fine angel skin coral carved figure of lady in solid 14K yellow gold setting, c1880, 2" x 1 1/4", 11.0g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, coral carved center piece with little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. There is a little warping on the right side of the setting, which has been acid tested. $200 - $300
7 Cameo brooch- Victorian very fine shell carved figure of lady facing left embellished by inset diamond as a highlight in her necklace set in solid 14K yellow gold (marked on clasp) filigreed setting, c1880, 1 1/4" x 1", 7.6g TW     this is a very fine estate piece with a very unusual portrait of lady facing to the left, shell carved center piece with little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The diamond has been tested and verified. $150 - $250
8 Cameo brooch- Victorian very fine shell carved figure of lady in solid 14K yellow gold (marked on rim) setting, c1880, 1 1/4" x 7/8", 4.5g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, shell carved center piece with little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. $150 - $250
9 Cameo brooch- Victorian very large, finely carved shell cameo with figure of lady with metamorphic motif, picturing a young lady transforming into another image of herself, set in silver setting, c1880, 2 1/2" x 1 3/4", 22g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, shell center piece with no wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The silver setting is in very good condition. This is one of the most impressive pieces from this fine cameo collection. $300 - $450
10 Cameo brooch- Victorian very large, finely carved shell cameo with figure of lady with parasol perched delicately on her shoulder, set in solid 14K white gold (marked) finely filigreed setting, c1880, 2 1/8" x 1 5/8", 13.3g TW     this is a very fine estate piece, shell center piece with no wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The intricate and attractive setting is in very good condition with the clasp on pin marked 14K and a bale for hanging as a pendant on a necklace. This is one of the most impressive pieces from this fine cameo collection. $400 - $600
11 Cameo pendant- angel skin coral carved in 10K setting with beautiful seed pearl surround and well made swivel clasp, 1 1/4" x 1", 5.3g TW     this estate piece has no seed pearls missing and is in good condition. $150 - $250
12 Cameo pendant- Artist signed, "Kowalsky," extremely fine hard stone or cameo glass carved figure of a lady with bunches of grapes in her hair symbolizing her sweetness, the dropped mask in the foreground symbolizing the unveiling of her beauty, in very heavy 16K+ yellow gold setting. 1 3/4" x 1 5/8", 25.3g TW     The carved center piece has little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The setting is well wrought and substantial and has been acid tested for 16K+. Although the pin is missing from the back, this is an incredibly beautiful and rare museum quality cameo. There are currently in the marketplace almost no examples of this quality to be found! $1500 - $1800
13 Cameo pendant- Victorian very fine hard stone carved figure of lady facing left in 14K yellow gold setting, c1880, 1 1/2" x 1", 7.0g TW     this estate piece has a very unusual portrait of lady facing to the left, the hard stone carved center piece has little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The setting has setting has an old patina and needs to be cleaned but has been acid tested. The pin is missing from the back. $200 - $300
14 Cameo ring- lady's shell carved figure of lady, marquise shaped, in solid 10K yellow gold (marked) filigreed setting, 20th century, 3.2g TW     the piece is in good condition with associated box. $150 - $250
15 Cameo ring- Victorian lady's fine shell carved figure of lady set in solid 14K yellow gold setting, c1890 2.5g TW     shell carved center piece has little wear and no chips, flakes or damage. The setting has been acid tested. $150 - $250
16 Cameo slide bracelet Victorian lady's fine shell carved figure of lady set in yellow gold filled arcaded slide with yellow gold filled bracelet c1890 includes associated sales box     the bracelet is in very good condition with no brass showing through. $100 - $150
17 Cameo- Victorian fine shell carved figure of boy sitting beneath tree holding a bag of fruit in silver setting, c1890 47mm x 39mm     the setting has some brass showing through. A very unusual and interesting motif. $100 - $150
18 Cameo- Victorian small very fine shell carved figure of lady in solid 14K white gold (marked on clasp) rope turned setting, early 20th century, 28mm x 22mm 3.8g TW, includes Birks box     the handsome middle age lady is finely carved and the cameo is in overall excellent condition. $200 - $300
19 2 (Two) Cameo brooch, Victorian finely shell carved in 10K solid gold setting: the first is yellow gold 1 3/8" x 1", 5.1g TW and the second is white gold 1 1/4" x 1", 5.5g TW     both estate pieces are in good condition. $200 - $300
20 2 (Two) Cameo brooch, Victorian lava carved in deep relief in gold filled setting: the first is Ht 1 3/4"and the second is 1 1/2" x 1 1/4"     the larger of the two pins has been cracked and repaired but is barely noticeable from the front and is still an impressive pin. A very unusual lot that offers two great early estate pieces. $200 - $300
21 2 (Two) Cameo, angel skin coral in 10K yellow gold setting: a miniature deeply carved cameo in pinhead setting on stick pin, Ht 2 1/2", 1.8g TW and another in standard setting for pendant or brooch, 1 1/8" x 3/4", 2.9g TW     both estate pieces are marked for 10K solid gold and are in good condition. $200 - $300
22 3 (Three) Cameos: an early sardonyx cameo pin carved in deep relief in brass frame, Ht 1 3/4" and two amber cameos, one in a yellow gold filled setting, Ht 1 1/4" and the other on a yellow gold filled chain, Ht 1 1/2"     the sardonyx cameo has some minor loss to the edge of the carving behind her head and under her left shoulder. A very unusual lot that offers three great estate pieces. $200 - $300
23 Double stranded cultured pearl necklace with lovely Art Deco 18K white gold, sapphire and diamond clasp, 30"L     the clasp is in good condition, slightly dirty but with no breaks. The pearls are all very well matched and the diamonds were tested. The necklace can be worn as either a single strand with the clasp as a pendant or as a double stranded choker necklace. This is a very beautiful piece with an excellent Art Deco clasp. $1000 - $1500
24 Earrings- estate clip-on drop earrings with two emeralds and 26 mine cut diamonds in high carat (16-18K) solid gold settings, 24.5g TW for both     the larger emeralds have inclusions, the diamonds have been tested and the gold has been acid tested. $2000 - $2500
25 Estate pin unsigned 14K yellow gold filigree setting with center cultured pearl flanked by two accent diamonds, 8mm Ht x 56mm Wd, 3.3g TW, includes period (possibly original?) Bigelow, Kennard & Co. Boston box     diamonds tested. This is a very fine estate piece with some slight deformation to setting below pearl. $250 - $350
26 Men's jewelry - approximately 250 tie bars and pins, cufflinks and lapel pins, 20th century.     this is a huge unpackaged collection ready for display, resale or a lifetime supply of Christmas and birthday gifts. $100 - $200
27 Pair of 14K yellow gold, cultured pearl and enamel drop earrings, 1 1/2"L 7.96g TW     each earring is set with three pearls. The earrings are clean and bright and ready to wear. $250 - $350
28 Pendant and necklace- Victorian 10K yellow gold textured pendant in the form of a pansy with center set pearl and a fresh water pearl drop, 2.2g TW     the estate piece is in good condition and has been acid tested. Includes period jewelry box from Geo. Allers, Jersey City, N.J. $200 - $300
29 Ring- 14K yellow gold setting with Wedgewood cameo insert surrounded by rope turned border, 4.5g TW     the plaque is signed on the rear "WEDGEWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND" and is decorated with a woman possibly Diane, the Roman goddess of the hunt, standing next to a stag. The ring is in good condition overall and is marked 14K $200 - $300
30 Ring- 29 accent diamonds in 10K yellow gold setting, 2.4g TW including Hamel Jeweler, Lisbon, ME box     diamonds tested, the setting is marked 10K. $200 - $300
31 Ring- diamond solitaire, approximately 1/2 carat stone in 14K yellow gold setting, 3.1g TW     the diamond has been tested and has good color with several small inclusions. $300 - $500
32 Ring- Victorian coral cameo in 18K yellow gold setting, 2.9g TW     estate piece has been acid tested for gold content, the ring has been resized in the past. $250 - $350
33 Wedding set lady's- 2 (Two) diamond rings in 14K white gold settings; an engagement ring with approximately 1/3 carat center stone flanked by two accent diamonds on each side and a wedding band with six accent diamond, 5.8g TW for both     the diamonds have been tested and both bands are marked 14K. $500 - $700
34 Wedding set lady's- 2 (Two) diamond rings in platinum settings: an engagement ring with approximately 1/2 carat center stone flanked by three accent diamonds on each side and a wedding band with nine accent diamond, 7.5g TW for both     the high quality white diamonds have been tested and both bands are marked platinum. $2000 - $3000
35 Necklaces- 4 (Four): three 14K solid gold with diamond set pendants, two yellow gold and one white gold, 10.2g TW all three; and a graduated cultured pearl necklace with 10K white gold clasp and extra pearls     the diamonds have been tested. The diamond pendant necklaces are all marked 14K. $400 - $600
36 Rings- 4 (Four) diamond in 14K solid gold settings: an approximately 1/4 to 1/3 carat solitaire diamond with yellow gold band; an approximately 1/4 carat solitaire diamond with yellow gold band, a center accent solitaire diamond in white gold setting and a white gold band with five accent diamonds; 10.7g TW of all four     all the diamonds have been tested and all the bands are marked 14K. $600 - $800
37 Costume jewelry 4 (Four) pieces- (2) Baccarat "Rock Ring", one in clear blue and one in black; a pair of Hollycraft Corp. 1955 drop earrings with crystals and another pair of garnet drop earrings     the Hollycraft and Baccarat pieces are all individually signed. This is an interesting mixed lot. $250 - $350
38 Earrings- 9 (Nine) pair with 14K yellow gold settings; including three pearl, three coral, emerald, opal, etc.     new old stock condition. $200 - $400
39 Bretiling Watch Co., Switzerland titanium bracelet for the Aerospace model, 155mm long, 19mm wide at ends     lightly used and in excellent condition, marked Swiss made. $500 - $700
40 Chains- 15+ (Fifteen plus) various styles, weights and lengths     this is a useful assortment ready to use or resell. sold "as is", no additional condition reports available $150 - $300
41 Massive attractive silver watch chain, 16"L 129.7g TW     great stylized clasp on one end. $500 - $700
42 S. E. & Co., Switzerland miniature pedometer, nickel movement in gold open face display case with white enamel dial with three registers; 1 to 176 yards, 1 to 1760 yards and 1 to 50 miles, 24mm c1865     very unusual piece of very high quality in good running order. The solid gold drum case is very well constructed and in good condition. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $900 - $1100
43 Cartier lady's manual backwind movement by LeCoultre in 18K yellow gold case with rope band, ref#717285 16mm 10.6g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The movement was not exposed. The case is in good condition with the screw in the backwind disc with marred screw slot. The dial has minor dirtiness and oxidation with a refinished Cartier signature. $600 - $800
44 Concord Watch Co., Switzerland two register chronograph with quartz movement in stainless steel case with crown guard, 42mm c2000, including original inner and outer boxes, instructions and guarantee     needs new battery, otherwise in lightly worn condition. $600 - $800
45 Gruen Watch Co., "Curvex", triple signed, driver's watch with Swiss 17J manual movement in yellow gold filled case with fancy stepped and hinged lugs and silvered metal dial, s#4-55375, c1935, 43mm x 22mm x 21mm curve     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with some minor discoloration on plate near signature. The dial is in very good condition with almost no spotting. The case has some tiny spots of brass showing through on the back on all high spots. $350 - $550
46 Gruen Watch Co., extremely curved driver's watch, triple signed, with Swiss 15J manual movement in Star yellow gold filled case with base metal back and champagne metal dial, s#4-55375, c1932, 40mm x 22mm x 16mm curve     good running order (wind, set and tick), the movement is in good condition with little oxidation. The dial may be refinished. The most desirable of all driver watch cases with this extreme curvature is in good condition with some tiny spots of brass showing through at tips of extended curved lugs. $400 - $600
47 Hamilton Illinois Watch Co., with manual 17J movement marked Illinois Watch Co. in yellow gold filled case with beveled crystal and silvered Arabic numeral dial, 33mm x 24mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition and Swiss made. The case has small spots of brass showing through near high spots on lugs. The dial is in very good condition with little oxidation. This is an unusual model, made during the transition after Illinois Watch Co. had bought the Hamilton Watch Co. $100 - $150
48 Hamilton Watch Co. double register chronograph, day and date, Swiss automatic 17J nickel movement in round stainless steel case with black dial, 39mm c1990, including original Hamilton box     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), all the chronograph and calendar functions work. The Swiss movement and dial are in good condition with no oxidation. $250 - $350
49 Hamilton Watch Co., "Boulton", triple signed, grade 982 manual 19J damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with silvered Arabic numeral metal dial with seconds bit, 40mm x 24mm, including original Hamilton celluloid box     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case and the dial are slightly tarnished and there is one fine scratch on rear cover and the crystal is loose. $200 - $250
50 Hamilton Watch Co., "Bowman", triple signed, grade 980 17J manual nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with elongated lugs and silvered Arabic numeral dial, s#G235511 40mm x 25mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement and dial are in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case has tiny spots of brass showing through at the tip of the lugs. $150 - $200
51 Hamilton Watch Co., "Brandon", triple signed,17J manual nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with elongated lugs and silvered Arabic numeral dial, c1948 40mm x 25mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The dial may be refinished. The case has a few pin head sized spots of brass showing through on the lugs. $100 - $200
52 Hamilton Watch Co., "Contour" driver's watch, triple signed, grade 980 17J manual nickel movement in yellow gold filled rectangular case with hinged lugs and crown at 12 and silvered Arabic numeral dial, s#G181383 c1938 38mm x 26mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with a few microfine scratches. The dial is in excellent condition with no oxidation. The case has the tiniest spots of brass showing through at the very tips of lugs. $350 - $550
53 Hamilton Watch Co., "Flight II", triple signed, grade 770, 22J manual damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in yellow gold filled asymmetric case golden metal dial with pyramidal hands, case #P322222, 32mm x 34mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with some minor oxidation on winding wheels and a very small spot of puckering near edge. The case is in very good condition with a tiny spot of brass showing through in upper left corner. The dial is in excellent condition. The original Hamilton marked crown is in good condition. This asymmetric model is an uncommon one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $1400 - $1800
54 Hamilton Watch Co., "Foster", triple signed, grade 980 17J manual nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with elongated lugs and silvered Arabic numeral dial, s#G190952 44mm x 22mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a few very fine scratches on balance cock. The dial has some light oxidation distributed evenly throughout. The case has a couple of pin head sized spots of brass showing through on the tips of the lugs $150 - $250
55 Hamilton Watch Co., "Gladstone", triple signed, grade 987-F 17J manual nickel movement in white gold filled tonneau case with silvered Arabic numeral dial and radium hands and numerals, s#4203367 c1931 38mm x 27mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with almost no oxidation. The dial is in very good condition with some minor deterioration to radium on hands and numerals. The case is excellent with no brass showing through. $300 - $500
56 Hamilton Watch Co., "Piping Rock", triple signed, grade 747 17J manual nickel movement in Art Deco style round 14K yellow gold case with Roman numeral enameled bezel surrounded by frame with hinged lugs and silvered metal dial, s#Y381937, c1948, 42mm x 28mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement has almost no oxidation. The original dial is excellent with almost no oxidation. The solid gold case is in excellent condition showing very little wear with perfect enamel on the bezel. $1000 - $1500
57 Hamilton Watch Co., "Wiltshire", triple signed, grade 982 manual 19J damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with hinged lugs and silvered Arabic numeral metal dial with seconds bit, s#J291612, 40mm x 24mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with a tiny spot of oxidation on the ratchet wheel. The dial is excellent and in very good condition with little oxidation. The case is in fair condition with some wear and gaping in the bottom junction between the two case halves from being opened. $150 - $200
58 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Aquatel", triple signed, grade 505 nickel damascene movement in round yellow gold filled case with champagne metal dial, 39mm x 35mm c1960     good running order (ticks and sets), no battery but was tested with a good battery and the movement is in very good condition with a few very fine scratches. The dial is in excellent condition with no oxidation. The case is in very good condition with a few scratches on rear cover from improper opening. $150 - $250
59 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Everest", triple signed, grade 500 battery powered damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled trapezoidal case with 12 for the dial stamped into top lug and Arabic numeral champagne and gilt two tone metal dial, c1960, 34mm x 29mm     needs a new battery, the movement is otherwise in very good condition with a few very fine scratches. The dial is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case is in very good condition with light wear and some pin prick sized brass spots showing through on high spots. $300 - $400
60 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Pacer", triple signed, grade 500 nickel damascene movement in asymmetric two tone white and yellow gold filled case with black Arabic numeral dial, 40mm x 27mm c1957, including original Hamilton celluloid box     no battery, but the movement is in otherwise good condition with a few specks of dirt. The case and dial are both in excellent condition with no brass showing through on the case. This is an excellent example of a desirable hard to find Hamilton Electric model in ORIGINAL box, also in very good condition! $600 - $800
61 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Spectra", triple signed, grade 500 battery powered damascene nickel movement in 14K yellow gold rounded case with bellied top and black metal dial with concentric pattern, c1960, 39mm x 35mm     needs new battery, the movement is in otherwise excellent condition with a very light residue on plates. The dial is in excellent condition with an interesting pattern and no loss. The case is also excellent with little wear. $500 - $750
62 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Van Horn", triple signed, grade 505 battery powered damascene nickel movement in 14K yellow gold round case with angular lugs and champagne metal dial with three arrow head hour markers, c1960, 42mm x 35mm     needs new battery, but the movement is in very good condition otherwise with a very light residue on plates. The solid gold case is in very good condition with very light wear. The dial is in very good condition and may have been refinished. $300 - $400
63 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Vangate", triple signed, grade 505 battery powered damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled cushion case with hooded lugs and black metal dial, c1959, 36mm x 29mm including the original Hamilton marked yellow gold filled mesh bracelet and a Hamilton celluloid box     needs new battery, otherwise in good condition with a few very fine scratches on movement. The dial and the case are in excellent condition. The box is also in great condition. $200 - $300
64 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Vega", triple signed, grade 505 nickel damascene movement in futuristic looking yellow gold filled case with textured lugs and textured champagne metal dial, 47mm x 28mm c1960     needs new battery but movement is otherwise in excellent condition with a few very fine scratches. The dial is in very good condition with a couple of tiny spots of oxidation. The case is in very good condition with a thin line of dirtiness near junction of case top and bottom that would clean off. The original Hamilton marked crown is in good condition. $900 - $1200
65 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Ventura", triple signed, grade 505 nickel damascene movement in futuristic looking asymmetric 14K yellow gold case with stepped hooded lugs and silvered metal dial with frequency pattern, 46mm x 32mm c1960     needs a new battery, the movement is in otherwise good condition with some slight discoloration on plate with signature and under battery, The dial is in very good condition with some very minor spotting near 12. The case is in excellent condition with very light wear. The original Hamilton marked crown is in good condition. $1400 - $1800
66 Hamilton Watch Co., electric "Victor", triple signed, grade 500 battery powered damascene nickel movement in 14K yellow gold filled square case with unusual lugs and silvered metal dial with radiating pattern, s#81008L, c1960, 39mm x 29mm     needs battery, but the movement is in otherwise excellent condition with no oxidation. The dial is in excellent condition with no oxidation. The case is in very good condition with some very fine scratches on rear cover and no brass showing through. $250 - $350
67 Ingersoll, by the United States Time Corp., "Pinocchio Birthday Series" character watch in original box with instructions and price tags, manual wind in chrome plated case with Pinocchio's hands and arms telling the time on the dial, 28mm c1948     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), almost in new old stock condition with fabulous box and brilliant almost perfect dial. The case has some minor deterioration and the original red coated leather band is split. $400 - $600
68 Longines Watch Co., Switzerland "V.H.P." or Very High Precision model quartz movement with date in round titanium case with stainless steel back and two tone titanium and gilt band, waterproof, 33mm     good running order, (sets and ticks), very gently worn and in excellent condition. $300 - $450
69 Omega Seamaster Automatic triple signed with date and sweep seconds, cal 563 24J rose gold plated movement in stainless case with champagne metal dial and stainless hands and stainless baton hour markers, s#26881194 35mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with little oxidation. The dial is in good condition with a few minor knicks. The case is well worn with several scratches on rear cover where wrenches slipped while opening. $200 - $300
70 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland Seamaster Professional Chronometer chronograph triple signed automatic caliber 1154 25J damascene nickel movement with antimagnetic iron inner cover in round titanium case with blue wavy patterned Arabic numeral dial with date at 3 and two registers for chronograph (hour and 30-minute) with Omega titanium band, s#80035322 44mm diameter c1997     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), all the chronograph functions work, the movement is in excellent condition with no oxidation. The dial, case and band are also in excellent condition. This is a one owner watch very gently cared for. $2000 - $2500
71 Paul Peugeot, Swiss with date window at 3, 17J manual wind movement in 14K yellow gold round case with champagne metal dial with baton hour markers and hands and stylized 12 and 6 numerals, 33mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The case and dial are in very good condition with little wear. The 10K yellow gold filled mesh band is also in good condition $400 - $600
72 Wrist watches- 2 (Two) 14K yellow gold manual wind; a Benrus in heavy case and very substantial stepped hooded lugs with diamond studded silvered metal dial, 33mm x 24mm and an Elgin 19J nickel damascene movement with champagne metal dial, 37mm x 22mm     both watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Both watches are SOLID GOLD and the Benrus is particularly heavy. Multiple lots sold "as is". $350 - $500
73 Wrist watches- 2 (Two) character watches with manual wind movements in stainless steel case; a Mickey Mouse and a Charlie the Tuna     watches are not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $50 - $100
74 Wrist watches- 3 (Three) Ernest Borel, Switzerland lady's Cocktail rotating mystery dial watch with exposed manual 17J nickel movement in yellow gold plated display back case with fancy lugs c1960     two with original bands are in good running order (wind, set and tick), one is not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
75 Wrist watches- 4 (Four) yellow gold filled manual: a Bulova, a Ribaux, a Gruen Curvex and a Gruen Verithin     all four are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $400
76 Wrist watches- 5 (Five) Cleveland brand new steel "50's Classic Style" men's wrist watches, leather straps, in original packaging     we could not find any information about this brand, but these are unusual retro style watches, all different. None tested or running but probably just need batteries. $100 - $150
77 Wrist watches- 5 (Five): a lady's Baume & Mercier Geneve manual wind in stainless cushion case with blue cabochon set crown; a Lassale by Timex ultra thin man's dress watch with quartz movement and gilt and stainless steel rectangular case; a Seiko quartz in original box; a Timex Electric in original box and a Gigon Swiss automatic Bidynator movement with Incabloc by Felsa in stainless steel case, c1947     the two manual watches, Baume & Mercier and Gigon, are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
78 Wrist watches- 13 (Thirteen) Bulova with straps, 20th century     nice assortment includes one Accutron. No further condition reports, sold "as is" $200 - $300
79 Wrist watches- 13 (Thirteen) Waltham, Elgin, Gruen and Benrus, with straps, 20th century     Nice assortment includes 5 Elgin, 2 Waltham, 3 Gruen and 3 Benrus. No further condition reports, sold "as is" $200 - $300
80 Wrist watches- 14 (Fourteen) ZOT high style new quartz men's watches in sealed original packaging     According to the company website: "Nooka is a New York fashion design company founded by artist/ designer Matthew Waldman. The ethos of Nooka is universal language, which guides the creation of products with enhanced functionality with this futuristic philosophy" Most are different models. None are tested or running but probably just need new batteries. All have $39.95 price tags but these may be discounted based on costs of new advertised models. $200 - $400
81 Wrist watches- 17 (Seventeen) assorted with straps, 20th century including four associated boxes (Longines, Wittnauer, Benrus and Gruen)     Nice assortment includes a Movado, 3 Longines, a Paul Brequette, 2 Helbros, 2 Tissot, 3 Timex, a Croton, etc. No further condition reports, sold "as is" $250 - $350
82 Wrist watches- 18 (Eighteen) assorted with straps, 20th century     Good assortment includes a Seiko chronograph, Peugeot, Crawford, Majestic, Vulcain, Eterna, Rensie, etc. No further condition reports, sold "as is" $200 - $300
83 Wrist watches- 50+ (Fifty plus) men's without bands, one Accutron and the rest mechanical     large assortment has some old and interesting case styles by makers including Waltham, Elgin, Benrus, Wittnauer, Ingraham, Helbros, Timex, etc. sold "as is", no additional condition reports available $250 - $350
84 Wrist watches- 60+ (Sixty plus) lady's without bands, nearly all jeweled mechanical models     great variety of makers including Elgin, Gruen, Bulova, Benrus, Wittnauer, Hamilton, Timex, etc. sold "as is", no additional condition reports available $150 - $250
85 Wrist watches- 100+ (One Hundred plus) bulk lot of man's and lady's wrist watches, chains, straps, cases, etc.     this offers a huge variety that will provide hours of fun sorting and examining a heavy panoramic recent history of watch styles. No additional condition reports available $150 - $250
86 Wrist watches- 165+ lady's mechanical with bands     many old styles including Deco by makers including Elgin, Westfield, Bulova, Waltham, Wittnauer, Timex, Benrus, Semca, Hamilton, etc. sold "as is", no additional condition reports available $150 - $250
87 Cartier by E. W. & C. Co. Inc., Switzerland dress watch, 18J, stem wind, pendant set, 8 adjustments damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in (14K+) solid yellow gold open face case with Art Deco enamel monogram on rear cover and engine turned Roman numeral silvered metal dial signed Cartier, 44mm 52.6g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the balance motion is weak. The movement is in good condition with a few very minor nicks and fine scratches. The case is in very good condition with neither dents nor dings nor loss to the enamel and has been acid tested. The dial is in good condition with very minor sporadic discoloration. $3500 - $4500
88 E. Robert & Co., Genvea, Switzerland high grade slide 5-minute repeater, 29J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, wolf's tooth winding, gold timing screws and jeweled to the hammers in 14K rose gold hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial with outer red 5-minute markers, s#42734 53mm 117.2g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the 5-minute repeat is fully functional. The movement is in very good condition with a few tiny spots of oxidation and some residue on plates. The case shows light wear with a small dent near hinge and presentation on gold cuvette reading "Mamie to ABC June 18TH". The dial is in excellent condition with no hairlines. This is a very unusual example, being a Swiss made 5-minute repeater for the American market, the first we have handled in our history. $4500 - $5500
89 French with high grade, 19 - 20J, key wind, key set gold flashed movement with Robin escapement in probably 9 - 10K yellow gold display case with Roman numeral single sunk dial and finely wrought gold hands, 49mm     ticks and stops. The movement is in excellent condition otherwise with very little oxidation. The case is in good condition and has been acid tested, but cannot be guaranteed as gold. The dial has a faint set of hairlines at 9. $2200 - $2800
90 Guinand Brothers, Switzerland 13J, key wind, key set gilt movement with lever escapement in finely engraved O,.S. Jennings eagle hallmarked (16 - 18K) yellow gold open face case depicting a detailed scene of the United States Capitol building and with gold cuvette finely inscribed with maker's details and a sailing scene. The gold Roman numeral dial has an engraved canal scene, s#464 48mm 70g TW c1844     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation and a few very fine scratches. The elaborately decorated, heavy high carat solid gold case is in excellent condition with great detail to the engraving and a dedication to "M. Gould 1844" on the inside of the solid gold cuvette. The dial is in good condition with some light scuffing. The bow and band are finely engraved and chased also. This is a piece of historical memorabilia capturing at the time an image of the US Capitol and its first dome before it was torn down and reconstructed in 1855. $2500 - $3500
91 Le Roy & Fils, Paris, France key wind, key set gilt movement with jeweled cylinder escapement in very fancy floral embossed high carat (approx. 18K) yellow gold open face case with maker's details inscribed on gold cuvette and fancy gold Roman numeral metal dial, s#15661 42mm 49.1g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with a few fine scratches and some light discoloration from oil in some areas. The very heavy and very beautiful unusually embossed case in high relief is in excellent condition and is inscribed "HGERS DU ROI À PARIS", which translates to "Watchmakers to the King in Paris". The dial is also in very good condition with some light discoloration near perimeter. The Breguet style gold hands appear to be original. $2500 - $3500
92 M.J. Tobias, Switzerland 13J, key wind, key set gilt movement with lever escapement and gold balance wheel in finely engraved 18K yellow gold open face case decorated with a scene of a very early steam locomotive with base metal cuvette inscribed with maker's details. The gold Roman numeral dial has an engraved village scene, 47mm 64.3g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with a few minor scratches and some light oxidation on the pillar plate. The case is in excellent condition with little wear to the very unusual engraved scene. The dial has some minor scuffing and scratching. The bow and stem are also finely engraved. $1600 - $2000
93 M.J. Tobias, Switzerland 13J, key wind, key set gilt movement with lever escapement in finely engraved 18K yellow gold open face case decorated with a variation of the Great Seal of the United States, where an eagle perched on a shield is grasping arrows in its right talon and an olive branch in its left with silver cuvette inscribed with maker's details. The silver Roman numeral dial has an engraved deer scene, 51mm 77.5g TW     the watch will run briefly and then overbank, the movement is oxidized on the half of the pillar plate surrounding the escapement. The case is in excellent condition with fine detail and no dents. The dial has some minor oxidation near gold applied numerals and a few fine scratches. The bow and band are finely engraved and chased also and the crystal has a bull's eye. $1800 - $2200
94 Exclusif, Swiss for the Spanish market, mock pendulum, stem wind, pin set, gilt movement with gold balance wheel in gun metal open face case with fancy multicolor dial with apperture for mock pendulum at 6 and two putti flanking time dial, s#27192 52mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with several very fine scratches. The gun metal case is in good condition with some loss of blacking to rear cover. The dial has a repair above 2 and a flake glued back in below the mock pendulum. $500 - $700
95 Patek Philippe & Cie, Geneva, Switzerland, triple signed, 18J stem wind, pendant set, 8 adjustments, damascene nickel movement with moustache lever escapement, wolf's tooth winding and micrometric snail regulator in 18K yellow gold open face case with presentation on gold cuvette signed on the perimeter by Patek Philippe. The Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial has gold Louis XV style hands, s#163398, 45mm, 68.5g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement lacks luster and needs to be cleaned, but is otherwise in very good condition. The case is in very good condition with one ding in the case band and presentation on gold cuvette to "William F. Sellers Paul F. Sellers Phillip D. Sellers". "W.F. Sellers & Co. ALTOONA PA." is also engraved on the movement. The dial is excellent with no hairlines and says only Patek Philippe & Cie, Geneva Switzerland. This is a fine example in outstanding condition of a Patek for the American market. $2500 - $3500
96 Swiss for the Chinese market, key wind, key set gilt movement with lever escapement and sweep second's hand and elaborately engraved bridge style plates in very high quality heavy oversize gilded silver open face case with seed pearl surround on both front and rear covers and fabulous multicolor guilloché enamel portrait of aristocratic lady and fancy multicolor Roman numeral white enamel dial, 56mm 116.8g TW     not running. The movement is in very good condition with little oxidation. The extremely beautiful case is in excellent condition with a small surface scratch on rear cover. All the seed pearls are present. The dial has some faint hairlines and discoloration between 3 and 4. $8000 - $12000
97 Vacheron & Constantin, Geneva, Switzerland 21J, stem wind, pendant set, 8 adjustment, damascene nickel movement with moustache lever escapement, gold jewel setting and gold timing screws in Roy 14K yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case with gold cuvette and Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial with outer red 5-minute markers, s#365213 48mm 78.3g TW including original Vacheron & Constantin sales box     ticks and sets, there is a problem with the winding and it slips at the point of being fully wound. The movement is in very good condition with little oxidation and one scratch from the center jewel to the perimeter near the crown. The case appears to be original and is a good fit and in very good condition with no dents nor dings. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. The consignor asserts this was a chronometer certified watch. $4000 - $5000
98 Montandon, Locle, Switzerland slide minute repeater with push button chronograph, stem wind, lever set nickel movement with lever escapement and gold jewel setting in heavy engine turned 14K yellow gold hunting case with gold cuvette and Roman numeral white enamel single sunk dial with outer .2 second chrongraph tract, 54mm 133.9g TW c1885     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the repeater and chronograph function normally, the movement is in very good condition a few very minor areas of oxidation. The case shows average wear with engine turning worn smooth on cover shoulders, a small dent in the front cover and a dent in case band. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. This is a single family owner watch, passed down from the 1880's in a Massachusetts family until today. $6000 - $8000
99 G.I.M. Binz, French verge key wind key set gilt swing out movement and paste set exposed balance through the front of the dial in silver open face case with painted scene on case back and Arabic numeral white enamel dial with Breguet hands, signed on dial and movement, 53mm     not running, balance free, the minute hand when wound advances without balance swinging and stops. The movement is bright and in good condition. The dial is in very good condition with a light stain to the left of the exposed balance. The case is in fair condition and dimpled and wrinkled around the case band with several splits in the painted scene on the rear cover. $1200 - $1500
100 International Watch Co., Switzerland 15J stem wind pin set gold flashed 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an IWC .800 silver open face case with gold inlaid on perimeter and silver cuvette with medallions and maker's signature. The white enamel single sunk dial has Arabic numerals and fancy Louis XIV hands, s#200309 51mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition and bright with some light oxidation on the winding wheels and several small spots on the upper plate. The dial is in good condition with two light hairlines near 8. The case shows moderate wear with two small dents on case band. $400 - $600
101 John Moncas, Liverpool key wind, key set, swing out gilt movement with lever escapement, fusee, three-armed steel balance wheel, finely engraved and floral scrolled balance cock and round turned plate pillars in 1805-06 Chester hallmarked silver open face consular case with Roman numeral white enamel dial and gold poker and spade hands, s#7565 52mm c1805     runs sluggishly and stops (needs cleaning), the movement is in very good condition and bright, with a small X inscribed below maker's name on top plate. The case is very well worn and deeply tarnished. The dial is below average and dirty with a hairline through the second's bit and three pasted figures between the numerals X, XI, XII and I. $100 - $200
102 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland triple signed chronograph with 30 minute register 15J stem wind pendant set 2 adjustments damascene nickel movement in base metal open face case with Arabic numeral single sunk white enamel dial, 54mm     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the chronograph functions properly and the movement is bright with some minor oxidation on balance cock, near maker's signature and a couple of other locations. The dial has two major repairs at 4 and 8 and a set of hairlines at 12. The case is well worn with a small dent in the rear cover and the presentation worn to almost illegible. $400 - $600
103 Swiss lady's enamel pendant watch with well matched enamel chain, 18J stem wind, pin set gilt movement with lever escapement, gold timing screws and blued steel screw heads in very fancy deeply engraved and chased white, green and blue, guilloché enamel high carat gold (approx. 18K), hinged back and bezel, open face case decorated with a basket of roses. The silvered and gold engine turned champlevé Arabic numeral metal dial has Breguet style hands and second's bit, 30mm 20.8 TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a couple of fine scratches. The finely wrought solid gold case (acid tested) is in excellent condition with no enamel loss. The dial is in very good condition with little loss or oxidation. The chain does not appear to be gold and is not included in the total weight above. $1800 - $2500
104 Timing and Repeating Watch Co., Switzerland, chronograph 17J stem wind lever set nickel movement with lever escapement and gold timing screws in Empire yellow gold filled hinged back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#22682 50mm 86.2g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), runs sluggishly, chronograph functions properly, the movement is in fair condition and is slightly dirty with some minor to moderate oxidation. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. The case shows moderate wear with some engine turning remaining on rear case cover and some minor scrapes on coin edge near lip on bezel. There are two spruious 14K marks on the inner rear cover and it is definitely gold filled not gold, estimate $400 - 600. $400 - $600
105 American Waltham Watch Co. Model 1883 18S 15J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel full plate movement in engraved B.M. & CO.multicolor 14K gold hunting case with stag motif and four color gold appliqués over fifth color gold. The Roman numeral, white enamel, double sunk dial has blued steel spade hands, s#12160546 155.9g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), professionally serviced immediately before auction, the movement is in good condition with some oxidation on bright work on screw heads and other minor blemishing. The extremely heavy and impressive case is in excellent condition with very little wear and no dents nor dings. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. This is a beautiful watch in outstanding condition and an excellent investment in gold. $2500 - $3000
106 American Waltham Watch Co. Riverside Maximus Model 1899 16S 21J, stem wind, pendant set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel movement with lever escapement, gold wheel train and gold timing screws in C.W. MFG. CO. 14K yellow gold open face case with gold cuvette and Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#10037638 94.5g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with only a few tiny specks of oxidation. The original solid gold case is in good condition with some minor marring near lip where case opens and several small dents in band. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. This 21J open face model is a scarce one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $1000 - $1500
107 American Waltham Watch Co. Vanguard Model 1908 with wind indicator 16S 23J stem wind, lever set, adjusted 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold center wheel, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in Waltham Keystone yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#26921042     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case is in very good condition with no brass showing through. The dial has a faint hairlines near 1 and 7. $800 - $1200
108 E. Howard Watch Co., Boston Series VIII deer grade N-size 15J, stem wind, pendant set, adjusted, elaborately damascene nickel movement with gold jewel settings and lever escapement in heavy engraved and monogrammed E.H. & Co. 18K yellow gold open face case with gold cuvette. The Roman numeral porcelain single sunk dial has umbrella hands, s#307229 135.2g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the setting slips very slightly, the movement is in very good condition with a couple of spots of oxidation on case screws. The very heavy solid gold 18K case is original and in very good condition with some minor pin pricks on surface. The dial has the faintest hairline below second's bit. There is a wonderful crown guard oversize bow. This is a great example of a desirable E. Howard watch in 18K case. $2000 - $3000
109 American Waltham Watch Co. lady's 10S 17J stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in Philadelphia four color gold filled hunting case with Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#1356166     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in fair condition and slightly dirty with a minor spot of oxidation on the winding wheel. The dial has no hairlines but is slightly dirty. The case shows moderate wear with a spot of brass showing through and a small dent on case band. $100 - $150
110 American Waltham Watch Co. Model 1899 16S 23J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, gold center wheel and gold jewel settings in Keystone solid 14K yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case with gold cuvette Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#14013631 92.4g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with a couple of spots of oxidation on ratchet wheel and a few specks of dirt elsewhere. The solid gold case is in good condition with a small ding in case band, monogram on rear cover and presentation on cuvette "Wilson W. Buchanan July 29-1906". The dial has several hairlines between 10 and 1 and another at 7 on the outer chapter ring. Wilson W. Buchanan, son of Alexander G. and Sarah R. (Schwalenberg) Buchanan, was born July 29, 1885, thus this watch was given to him on his 21st birthday. He died in Jan., 1966, age 80. $800 - $1200
111 American Waltham Watch Co. Model 1908 16S 23J, stem wind, lever set, 8 adjustments damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and pressed jewels in Waltham Keystone yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with bold Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial marked "Vanguard 23 JEWELS", s#29305979     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with a minor scuff near signature. The original case with textured shoulder and bezel is in fair condition with some brass wearing through on case band. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $250 - $350
112 American Waltham Watch Co. Vanguard Model 1892 18S 23J stem wind, lever set and adjusted damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial with outer red 5 minute markers, s#12079803     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in fair condition and is slightly dirty with some minor spots of oxidation on the winding wheels. The dial has a faint set of hairlines at 12 and 4. The recase has some wear to nickel plating on rear cover with a brassy look. $300 - $450
113 American Waltham Watch Co. Vanguard Model 1908 with wind indicator 16S 23,J stem wind, lever set, adjusted to 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold center wheel, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in Wadsworth yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with Arabic numeral porcelain double sunk dial, s#27322737     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case is in good condition with several very small spots of residue on rear cover and a thin line of brass showing through on case band. The dial is in very good condition with a very short and very faint hairline above the wind indicator. $1000 - $1500
114 American Waltham Watch Co. Vanguard with wind indicator 16S 23J stem wind, lever set, adjusted 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold center wheel, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in Keystone Boss yellow gold filled screw back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#28740735     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition and very bright The dial is in very good condition with one extremely faint hairline above 11. The case is in excellent condition with one tiny divot in case band. $700 - $900
115 American Waltham Watch Co., Model 1891 0/S 17J, stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold center wheel and gold jewel settings in red guilloché enamel Keystone yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral single sunk dial, s#10027454     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the winding slips slightly, the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case is in excellent condition with a very high quality of enamel work and no enamel loss. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $200 - $300
116 American Waltham Watch Co., model 1894, 12S 15J, stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in engraved Keystone 14K yellow gold hunting case with fancy multicolor Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#22559881, 63.5g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with some light scuffing around the perimeter of one of the winding wheels. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. The finely engraved case is excellent with almost no wear. $600 - $800
117 American Waltham Watch Co., Model 645 16S 21J stem wind, lever set, adjusted to 5 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and gold center wheel in Keystone yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#22190598     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in fair to good condition, slightly lacking in lustre with some minor oxidation on winding wheels. The dial has a hairline at 8. The case has some minor warping and deformation on rear cover. $150 - $250
118 American Waltham Watch Co., Riverside Maximus, grade 1894 12S 21J, stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold wheel train and gold jewel settings in monogrammed Keystone 14K yellow gold, screw back and bezel, open face case with Waltham script Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#10508285 79.7g TW     good running order (winds, set and ticks), runs a little sluggishly, the movement is in very good condition with a light film coating most surfaces. The dial is excellent without any hairlines. The case is in very good condition with light wear and no dents nor dings. $1000 - $1500
119 Ball watch Co. Official Railroad Standard movement by Waltham 16S 19J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted circular DMK NI mvt with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold center wheel in Defiance base metal open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#B217278     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition and slightly dirty. The dial has a hairline from the second's bit to 12 and a set of faint hairlines between 3 and 4. The case is in fair condition with some sticker residue on rear case cover. The crystal is loose. $200 - $300
120 Elgin Watch Co. BW Raymond grade 372 with wind indicator 16S 19J stem wind, lever set, 5 adjustments damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold center wheel Star yellow gold filled screw back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#17698805     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition and is slightly dirty. The dial has light hairlines at 8 and above the center arbor. The "Elgin R.R." marked case (on bow) is in excellent condition with no brass showing through. $700 - $900
121 Elgin Watch Co. grade 221 16S 15J, stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in plain polished Keystone 14K yellow gold open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#9341196 78.9g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with some minor discoloration and lack of luster. The solid gold case has some dings on the band and one knife-edge dent on rear cover. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $600 - $800
122 Elgin Watch Co., Father Time grade 454 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted 5 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold center wheel in B&B Royal yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with 24 hour Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#25036027     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a spot of oxidation on the winding wheel and a few specks of dirt. The case has a few nicks and scratches but has no brass showing through. The original 24 hour dial is excellent with no hairlines. The blued steel hands have some minor oxidation. $300 - $500
123 Elgin Watch Co., grade 152 16S 15J stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in sharply engine turned Roy 14K yellow gold hunting case with Roman numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#8081638 133.9g TW     winds and ticks, does not set, the movement is in good condition with some blacking missing in the signature and serial number and a few specks of dirt. The solid gold case with reeded edge is in excellent condition with an almost uncarried appearance. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $1300 - $1700
124 Elgin Watch Co., Veritas grade 376 16S 23J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted 5 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, gold center wheel and double roller in Keystone yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#20146492     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with only a few specks of dirt. The case has a small ding in the rear cover and some brass showing through on the case band. The dial is in very good condition with a faint set of hairlines hidden under the bezel near 12. $250 - $350
125 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind pendant set adjusted to temperature and 6 positions damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance. The painted black metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C129033     good running order (winds, sets and ticks) and the hack functions but takes several pulls of the crown to activate for the first time. The movement is in good condition with some blacking absent in the serial # engraving. The dial is in very good condition with some light streaks on surface. The case is in below average condition with a deep scratch on the rear cover, some marring on coin edge bezel and a strong ordinance. $300 - $400
126 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind pendant set adjusted to temperature and 6 positions damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance. The painted black metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C59127     good running order (winds, sets and ticks) and the hack functions properly, the movement is in excellent condition. The dial is in very good condition and slightly dirty. The case is in good condition with no brass showing through, some light scuffing on rear case cover and a strong ordinance. $300 - $400
127 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind pendant set adjusted to temperature and 6 positions damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance. The painted black metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C99269     good running order (winds, sets and ticks) and the hack functions properly, movement is in excellent condition with two very fine scratches on plate above center wheel. The dial is in excellent condition with some very minor streaking. The case is in good condition with some light scuffing on rear case and a strong ordinance. $300 - $400
128 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind pendant set adjusted to temperature and 6 positions damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case. The painted champagne metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C75598     good running order (winds, sets and ticks) and the hack does not function. The movement is in good condition with a couple of spots of oxidation on the damascened winding wheels. The dial is in good condition with some light streaks and surface scuffing. The case is in fair condition with the nickel plating worn on case band, bow and crown and sticker residue on rear case cover. $300 - $400
129 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind pendant set adjusted to temperature and 6 positions damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Star yellow gold filled screw back and bezel open face case. The painted champagne metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C44853     good running order (winds, sets and ticks) and the hack functions properly, the movement is in fair condition with a few fine scratches and specks of dirt. The dial is in very good condition with a minor scuff where bezel seats on dial. The case is in excellent condition with no brass showing through and one very tiny divot out of case band. $300 - $400
130 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J stem wind, pendant set, adjusted to temperature and 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Illinois yellow gold filled screw back and bezel open face case. The painted champagne metal 24-hour dial has Arabic numeral and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4C16109     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the hack feature functions properly, the movement is in good condition with some moderate loss to the blacking in the movement markings and very minor oxidation. The dial is below average with losses near numerals 5 & 6 and an overall slightly discolored appearance. The case has a knife edge dent in rear cover that makes it more difficult to line up threads when screwing on. $300 - $400
131 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 4992B military hack watch 16S 22J, stem wind, pendant set, adjusted to temperature and 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in Keystone base metal, screw back and bezel, open face case with Arabic numeral metal 24-hour dial and hacking sweep seconds hand, s#4056551     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the hacking feature functions, the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The case is in very good condition with light wear and a very strong ordinance. The dial is excellent with almost no discoloration. $300 - $400
132 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 927 "The Union Special" 18S 17J stem wind, lever set, adjusted damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement in finely engraved Jas Boss yellow gold filled hunting case with Roman numeral white enamel double sunk dial with outer red 5-minute markers, s#619823     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is bright and in very good condition with several fine scratches near one of the case screws. The marking on the movement "The Union Special." is more often found on grade 974 or grade 926. The dial is in very good condition with one light hairline at 3 and a flake hidden under the bezel near the lever set. The case is in very good condition with little wear and sharp engraving. $200 - $300
133 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 941 18S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement and gold timing screws in Keystone yellow gold filled open face case with Roman numeral white enamel single sunk dial and outer red 5-minute markers, s#667197     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a few specks of dirt. The case is in good condition with a thin line of brass showing through on case cover edges. The dial is in excellent condition with no hairlines. $200 - $300
134 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 992B 16S 21J stem wind, lever set, adjusted to temperature and 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, Elinvar balance, and gold timing screws in Hamilton yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case. The Montgomery white enamel double sunk dial has Arabic numerals, s#C197710     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with only a very few fine scratches. The dial is below average with some staining, especially in second's bit and some wear. The case has some spots of brass showing through on the raised spots on shoulder of rear case cover. The bow is worn. $150 - $250
135 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 992B 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted to temperature and 6 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Wadsworth yellow gold filled, bar over crown, screw back and bezel, open face case with Hamilton Railway Special Arabic numeral white enamel single sunk dial, s#C361190     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with only a few specks of dirt. The desirable bar over crown style case is in good condition with a set of small punch marks on the inside of the rear case cover barely visible from the outside. The dial is in excellent condition with no hairlines. $200 - $300
136 Hamilton Watch Co. grade 993 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted to 5 positions, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and double roller in Keystone yellow gold filled hunting case with Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#776654     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with only a few specks of dirt. The case shows moderate to heavy wear with the engraving worn down and some brass showing through on the band and shoulders of the covers. The dial is in very good condition with a light hairline near 1. $200 - $300
137 Hamilton Watch Co. Model 23 military chronograph 16S 19J stem wind pendant set adjusted to Temp & 3 pos nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance engraved on case back. The dial has white Arabic numerals on a painted black metal dial and 30-minute register, s#P8729     good running order (winds, sets, ticks and chronograph functions), the movement is in good condition with a few minor scratches and specks of dirt. The dial is slightly dirty but in otherwise very good condition. The case is in excellent condition with no brass showing and a strong ordinance. $300 - $400
138 Hamilton Watch Co. Model 23 military chronograph 16S 19J stem wind pendant set adjusted to Temp & 3 pos nickel movement with lever escapement and Elinvar balance in Keystone base metal screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance engraved on case back. The dial has white Arabic numerals on a painted black metal dial and 30-minute register, s#P9484     good running order (winds, sets, ticks and chronograph functions), the movement is bright and in excellent condition. The 30 minute register immediately flys to 1 as soon as the chronograph button is depressed but then correctly counts minutes normally. The dial is excellent with no oxidation. The case shows very light wear with no brass showing through and the ordinance is present and strong. $300 - $400
139 Hampden Watch Co. Railway Special 18S 23J stem wind lever set two tone damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in Keystone yellow gold filled screw back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial and outer red 5 minute markers, s#1333475     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition, slightly dirty, with strong and bright two tone appearance. The dial is in very good condition with an extremely faint hairline near 9. The case is in good condition with no brass showing through. $250 - $350
140 Hampden Watch Co., Champion 18S 7J stem wind lever set gilt movement with lever escapement in Illinois acorn hallmarked 10 - 12K multi color gold hunting case inset with rose cut diamond with Roman numeral porcelain single sunk dial, s#1232803 128.7g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is slightly dirty and spotted. The case is well worn but still attractive in two color green and rose gold with approximately .2 carat diamond (tested). The dial is excellent with no hairlines. $1100 - $1500
141 Illinois Watch Co., A. Lincoln 12S 19J stem wind, pendant set, 5 adjustments, straight line damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and gold jewel settings in Illinois Wadsworth yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral metal dial, s#412217     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is excellent and bright with no oxidation. The dial is oxidized around the applied Arabic numerals. The case is in very good condition with no brass showing through and a nicely chased Art Deco design. $75 - $100
142 Illinois Watch Co., Central 16S 17J, stem wind, pendant set, adjusted, two tone damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold wheel train and double roller in finely engraved Keystone 14K yellow gold open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#3962139 78.8g TW     not running, fully wound, the movement is in excellent condition with bright two tone appearance and almost no oxidation. The solid gold case is in excellent condition with an almost uncarried appearance. The dial has three faint hairlines between 2 and 4 and a small flake hidden under the bezel near 1. $500 - $700
143 New England Watch Co., 18S, stem wind, pendant set (depress), gilt skeletonized movement with duplex escapement in base metal open face display case with Arabic numeral dial     good running order, the movement is in excellent condition. The display back case is in good condition with minor wear. The glass crystals are in good condition. $300 - $400
144 South Bend Watch Co., Studebaker model 16S 21J, stem wind, pendant set, 8 adjustments straight line damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and double roller in Security yellow gold filled open face case with snap on cuvette and train engraved on rear case cover. The cream enamel dial has Arabic numerals, s#1181136     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The dial may be a later replacement. The case is in very good condition with no brass showing through and elaborately engraved bezel and shoulder on band. $250 - $350
145 United States Watch Co., Marion, NJ G. A. Read 7J key wind key set gilt full plate movement with lever escapement and butterfly cutout in FM coin silver hunting case with Roman numeral white enamel dial, s#159803 124.1g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with very light oxidation and minor loss to gilding. The dial is in excellent condition with no hairlines. The case shows moderate wear with almost no engine turning remaining and a slight depression formed on upper part of case lids from contact with bow. $150 - $250
146 American Waltham Watch Co., Model 1894 12S 17J, stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in finely engraved swing out Waltham 14K yellow gold open face case with Arabic numeral metal dial, s#24157370 61.1g TW including gold (tested) Industrial style link chain and associated box     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in fair condition, dirty with some spots of oxidation. The case is sharply engraved and in excellent condition. The metal dial has some pervasive oxidation. The chain has been acid tested and appears to be 14K gold but cannot be guaranteed and weighs 15.7g TW. $500 - $700
147 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 16S 23 ruby jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, gold wheel train and gold timing screws in engine turned Fahy's yellow gold filled hunting case with Roman numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#2424992     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition, very slightly dirty. The case shows moderate universal wear but has no brass showing through. The dial is in very good condition with a tiny very short hairline above the second's bit. This 16S 23J hunting case model is a scarce three star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $800 - $1200
148 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 16S 23 ruby jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, gold wheel train and gold timing screws in engraved B&B Royal yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#2903140     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in excellent condition with only a few specks of dirt. The case shows moderate wear with little detail to engraving remaining and has a thin line of brass showing through on band and a spot on the rear cover. The dial is below average with a spider web set of faint hairlines at 3 and a flake and a hairline at 12. This 16S 23J open face model is a scarce three star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $600 - $1000
149 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 16S 23 ruby jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, gold wheel train and gold timing screws in engraved Fahy's yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#1619980     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a fine scratch near the signature and some specks of dirt and dust. The case is in good condition with no brass showing through and one shallow dent in the middle of rear cover. The dial has faint hairlines near 1 and 5. This 16S 23J open face model is a scarce three star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $600 - $1000
150 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 18S 24 ruby jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, double roller and gold timing screws in engine turned B&B Royal yellow gold filled open face case with Roman numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#3040499     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with some light discoloration / oxidation throughout the top plate. The case is in very good condition, still sharply engine turned with one short scratch on rear cover near perimeter of engine turning. The dial is excellent with no hairlines. This 18S 24J open face model is a an uncommon one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $700 - $1000
151 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 18S 24 ruby jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, double roller and gold timing screws in engine turned Illinois yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#2441801     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in good condition with a few pin pricks near perimeter and a very fine scratch near signature. The case shows average wear, but no brass showing through with a small dent in case band. The dial is in very good condition with a light scratch or possibly very shallow hairline near 12. This 18S 24J open face model is a an uncommon one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $600 - $1000
152 Washington Watch Co., Lafayette by Illinois Watch Co., 18S 24J, stem wind, lever set, adjusted, damascene nickel full plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in plain polished Roy 14K yellow gold hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and Roman numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#1694086 134.0g TW     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), balance motion weak (needs cleaning), the movement is in good condition, bright but with specks of dust and dirt and two thin scratches through signature. The extremely heavy case is in very good condition with two small dents in rear cover. The dial, which has a replaced Gothic style Illinois outer chapter ring has light hairlines at 3, 11 and under the second's bit. This 18S 24J hunting case model is an scarce two star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". $1400 - $1800
153 Pocket watch and movement only- Swiss alarm in gilt case, 53mm and a LeRoy À Paris movement and dial only with cylinder escapement     neither piece is running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
154 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) American 16S, stem wind, damascene nickel movement in open face case with Arabic numeral double sunk dial; a Hamilton grade 990 21J, lever set in Hamilton display case, s#850363 and a Howard Keystone 19J in Keystone yellow gold filled case, s#970303     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
155 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) American 18S key wind, key set coin silver cased: an Independent Watch Co., Fredonia, NY Howard Bros. model 11J gilt full plate movement in H.B. open face case, s#170105 and a Waltham Wm. Ellery Model 1857 7J gilt full plate movement in D.A.CO. hunting case, s#922542     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). The Independent Watch Co. was a precursor to the Fredonia Watch Co. Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
156 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) American stem wind, pendant set adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in 14K solid gold open face case with Arabic numeral metal dial: a Hamilton grade 922 12S 23J with gold wheel train and gold jewel settings in Hamilton white gold case, s#3004407 and a Waltham Riverside A 14S 19J with gold jewel settings in a Waltham Colonial yellow gold case, s#23039526; 114.8 g TW for both     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Both watches are in SOLID GOLD cases. Multiple lots sold "as is". $600 - $900
157 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) and a movement only: Washington Watch Co., Senate by the Illinois Watch Co., 18S 17J full plate movements in yellow gold filled case; a hunting case, s#2007036 and an open face, s#3040142 and a Liberty Bell 16S 17J movement and dial, s#2698011     both watches tick, the open face does not set. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $400
158 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) E. Howard & Co: a Series VIII N-size 15J nickel movement in Fahy's oresilver open face case, s#300560 and a Keystone 10S 21J nickel movement in Keystone yellow gold filled open face case, s#48099     both watches in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $350
159 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Elgin B.W. Raymond 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial; s#28001311 and s#225993000     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots are sold "as is". $300 - $400
160 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Elgin with multicolor fancy dials: an 18S 21J nickel movement in display back case with Masonic dial, s#6434445 and a 16S 15J nickel movement in yellow gold filled hunting case with elaborate multicolor private label dial for "E. A. KOETSCH. NO. TOWANDA, NY., s#876680     both watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick) and both dials are free of hairlines. The Masonic dial appears to be a reproduction. Multiple lots sold "as is". $400 - $600
161 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton grade 940 18S 21J, stem wind, lever set, full plate damascene nickel movement in open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial: a base metal case with 24 hour double sunk dial, s#1428011 and a yellow gold filled, s#529236     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $350
162 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton grade 992 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial; a yellow gold filled case s#1102678 and a Hamilton base metal display case s#2559393     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
163 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton sector watches 12S stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement in 14K white gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral metal dial: a grade 912 17J, s#3403981 and a grade 922 23J movement with gold wheel train and gold jewel settings in case with Masonic dedication on rear cover s#3014270     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). The grade 922 is missing crystal. Both of these unusual sector watches with window for rotating disc with seconds are in gold filled cases. Multiple lots sold "as is". $600 - $900
164 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement in 14K solid gold open face case with Arabic numeral metal dial: a grade 900 12S 19J cross hatched damascene movement in white gold case, s#1924900 and a grade 917 10S 17J in yellow gold case, s#X39058; 123.5g TW for both     the grade 917 is in good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the grade 900 is not (balance is free). Both watches are in SOLID GOLD cases. Multiple lots sold "as is". $600 - $800
165 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton Watch Co. grade 935 18S 17J stem wind, lever set, adjusted damascene nickel full plate movement in yellow gold filled hunting case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial; s#179388 and s#39765     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). These are both uncommon one star watches in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $450
166 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton Watch Co. grade 941 18S 21J stem wind, lever set, adjusted damascene nickel full plate movement in yellow gold filled hunting case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial; s#123816 and s#235188     both in good running order (winds, sets and ticks). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
167 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton Watch Co. open face case;:a grade 940 18S 21JJ stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in a yellow gold filled case, s#408384; a grade 970 16S 21J stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in a Star white gold filled case, s#84402     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots are sold "as is". $300 - $400
168 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Hamilton Watch Co.: grade 992 16S 21J stem wind, lever set, 5 adjustments, straight line damascene nickel movement with lever escapement, double roller, gold jewel settings and gold center wheel in base metal open face screw back and bezel open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial with red outer 5-minute markers, s#1684123 and a grade 912 12S 17J stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in Hamilton yellow gold filled open face case with Roman numeral metal dial, s#3203432     both in good running order (wind, set and tick), the 992 has had the portion of the upper plate inscribe with the serial # changed and now has a 974 serial #. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
169 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Illinois Watch Co. 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial; an A. Lincoln s#2697894 and a Bunn Special s#4306835     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
170 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Swiss dress watches: a Greun Precision Verithin 17J nickel movement in octagonal white gold filled case, s#544160 and a Langendorf Watch Co. with date 17J gilt movement in yellow gold plated pentagonal case, s#1336     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick), the Gruen lacks a crystal, multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
171 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Swiss silver open face: a Sandoz Boucherin jump hour and sector minutes 7J, stem wind, pendant set, 2 adjustments, nickel movement with lever escapement with gilt appliqués on silvered dial, 50mm; and an oversize 15J, stem wind, pin set nickel movement with train engraved on rear cover and Roman numeral white enamel dial, 62mm     the jump hour is in good condition but has a broken balance staff, the oversize is running (winds, sets and ticks). Multiple lots sold "as is". $400 - $600
172 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Waltham 12S stem wind, pendant set, damascene nickel movement in solid 14K gold open face case: a Model 1894 15J yellow gold, s#16554659, 59.4g TW and a Secometer 17J white gold, s#26747140, 53.1g TW     both in good running order (wind, set and tick). Reminder: This is a SOLID GOLD lot, Total Weight of both watches is 112.5g! Multiple lots sold "as is". $700 - $900
173 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Waltham 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapements in yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial; a Premier s#30655050 and a Riverside s#29483427     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $350
174 Pocket watches- 2 (Two) Washington Watch Co., Army and Navy by the Illinois Watch Co 18S 21J full plate movements in yellow gold filled case; a hunting case, s#2131188 and an open face, s#1747881     both are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $400 - $600
175 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) American 18S, stem wind, lever set full plate movement with lever escapement in yellow gold filled case: a Rockford Syndicate 15J nickel damascene movement in sharply engraved hunting case with stylized elaborate Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial, s#311981; an Illinois Miller 15J gilt movement in hunting case, s#56842 and an Illinois Washington Watch Co., Army and Navy, 21J nickel movement in open face case, s#2779846     all three are in good running order (wind, set and tick), the Army and Navy is not setting well. Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
176 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) American: a Waltham 18S gilt full plate movement in box hinge yellow gold filled hunting case, s#4579154; an Elgin G.M. Wheeler 18S gilt full plate movement in yellow gold filled open face case engraved with an early automobile, s#3804827 and an Elgin 16S 17J nickel movement in nickel plated case with speeding train engraved on rear cover, s#18109983     the 16S Elgin is running (winds, sets and ticks), the other two watches are not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
177 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) Hampden, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement in yellow gold filled open face case with Arabic numeral white enamel double sunk dial: a Special Railway 18S 21J, two tone movement, s#1209601; a McKinley 16S 21J, s#3028008 and a Railway 16S 19J, s#2143577     all three are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
178 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) Lancaster Watch Co. 18S 15J stem wind, lever set movements in yellow gold filled hunting case: a Melrose nickel model s#21632 and two West End gilt models, s#77092 and s#173289     all are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $450
179 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) military: including a Wakmann Swiss chronograph with 30 minute register 17J stem wind pendant set nickel movement in base metal open face case with U.S. military ordinance on rear cover, 50mm; a Waltham 16S 9J stem wind pendant set nickel movement in Star base metal open face case with British broad arrow military ordinance on case back, s#31531041; and an Elgin 5 minute quick beat timer 16S 15J in base metal open face case, s#41303773     all timepieces are in good running order (wind, set and tick), multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
180 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) Washington Watch Co., Army and Navy by the Illinois Watch Co open face: a 16S 21J in Illinois base metal open face display case (broken rear crystal), s#3399333; a 12S 21J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#2367857 and a 12S 19J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#1749668     the 16S and the 19J are in good running order (wind, set and tick). The two 12S models are three and two star watches respectively in Shugart, Engle and Gilbert's "Complete Price Guide to Watches". Multiple lots sold "as is". $400 - $600
181 Pocket watches- 4 (Four) American 18S open face: an Elgin, stem wind, lever set, base metal, s#9316565; an Elgin, stem wind, pendant set, yellow gold filled, s#2130280; an Elgin, key wind, key set, base metal, s#526731and an Illinois, key wind, key set, coin silver, s#485312     all four are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $100 - $200
182 Pocket watches- 4 (Four) Hamilton Watch Co. 18S 17J: a grade 924 stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in Crescent base metal open face case, s#402293; a grade 925 stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in Essex yellow gold filled hunting case, s#227909; a grade 927 stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled hunting case, s#281896 and a grade 937 stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in Essex yellow gold filled hunting case, s#139938     all watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $350 - $550
183 Pocket watches- 4 (Four) Hamilton Watch Co. yellow gold filled: a grade 926 18S 17J stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in a Philadelphia open face case, s#428947; a grade 927 18S 17J stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in a Fahy's Monarch hunting case, s#543712; a grade 972 16S 17J stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in a display back open face case and aftermarket Wells Fargo playing card dial, s#304333 and a grade 900 12S 19J stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in a Hamilton open face case, s#1758396     three are in good running order (wind, set and tick), the grade 927 is not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
184 Pocket watches- 4 (Four) stem wind, pendant set, nickel damascene movement with lever escapement: an Elgin 16S 15J movement in engraved yellow gold filled hunting case with fancy multicolor Arabic numeral white enamel dial, s#17390249; a Gruen Verithin Precision, Switzerland 17J movement in yellow gold filled open face case, s#4-195946 43mm; a Waltham Model 1907 3/O size 7J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#26329373 and a Swiss lady's gun metal pendant watch in the form of a heart, 29mm     all four are in good running order (wind, set and tick). The multicolor dial is excellent with no hairlines. Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $350
185 Pocket watches- 4 (Four) Waltham 18S stem wind open face: a pendant set in yellow gold filled case, s#8611580; a Model 1892, 17J, lever set in yellow gold filled case, s#10032205; a pendant set in base metal case, s#5037822 and a pendant set in base metal case, s#18612192     all four are in good running order. Multiple lots sold "as is". $100 - $200
186 Pocket watches- 5 (Five) American: a Hampden 18S 11J in base metal open face case, s#350486; a New Era 18S 7J in base metal open face case with multicolor dial, s#6529736; a New York Standard chronograph 18S 7J in base metal open face case, s#5512941; a Waltham 16S 7J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#26293988 and a Waltham 12S 17J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#24089956     all are in good running order (wind, set and tick), the Hampden is running sluggishly. Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $350
187 Pocket watches- 5 (Five) American: a Waltham 16S gilt movement in yellow gold filled open face case, s#6685504 including yellow gold filled chain; a Hamilton grade 974 16S 17J nickel movement in yellow gold filled open face case, s#1686102 and three Waltham lady's yellow gold filled pendant watches     both men's watches and one of the lady's watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick). One of the lady's watches not running is lacking a crystal and bezel. Multiple lots sold "as is". $150 - $250
188 Pocket watches- 5 (Five) Hamilton 16S: 3 (Three) grade 975 17J stem wind pendant set damascene nickel movement in an engraved yellow gold filled hunting case, s#305367, s#875581, s#864547; a grade 978 17J stem wind lever set damascene nickel movement in base metal and white gold filled open face case, s#1563206 and a grade 996 19J stem wind lever set damascene nickel movement in yellow gold filled open face case, s#1324282     all watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $450
189 Pocket watches- 5 (Five) Hamilton 17J: a grade 956 16S stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in Hamilton yellow gold filled open face case, s#1177323; a grade 978 16S stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in Keystone yellow gold filled open face case, s#1660401; a grade 972 16S stem wind, lever set damascene nickel movement in B&B yellow gold filled open face case, s#334151; a grade 974 16S stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in Star white gold filled open face case, s#2419388 and a grade 912 12S a stem wind, pendant set damascene nickel movement in a Wadsworth white gold filled open face case, s#3274928     all in good running order (wind, set and tick) except the grade 974, which is not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
190 Pocket watches- 6 (Six) Waltham: a PS Bartlett 18S 17J, stem wind pendant set in base metal open face case, s#5685692; an Appleton Tracy & Co., 18S 15J, stem wind, pendant set in base metal open face case, s#2732319; a Vanguard 16S 23J, stem wind, lever set in yellow gold filled open face case, s#12593061; a 16S 17J, stem wind, pendant set in yellow gold filled open face case, s#18217810; a PS Bartlett 16S 17J, stem wind, pendant set in yellow gold filled hunting case, s#20302403 and a 12S 17J, stem wind, pendant set in yellow gold filled open face case, s#18424624     all six are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
191 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven) American: an Elgin 18S 7J key wind, key set gilt full plate movement in A.W. CO. coin silver open face case, s#5328669; an Elgin grade 288 18S 7J stem wind, pendant set nickel full plate movement in Philadelphia silverode open face case, s#18944861; an Elgin 18S 17J stem wind, pendant set gilt full plate movement in Philadelphia silverode open face case, s#5305973; an Elgin 16S 17J stem wind, pendant set nickel three finger bridge movement in Tornado yellow gold filled hunting case (worn to brass) with fancy dial, s#15465771; an Elgin 16S 15J stem wind, pendant set nickel three finger bridge movement in Tornado yellow gold filled hunting case (worn to brass) with fancy dial, s#15465771; a Waltham Model 1888 18S 15J stem wind, pendant set nickel full plate movement in a Monitor yellow gold filled open face case with Canadian 24 hour dial, s#9187485; a Waltham Wm. Ellery Model 1879 18S 7J stem wind, lever set gilt full plate movement in open face display case, s#1750647 and a a Waltham 18S 15J stem wind, pendant set nickel full plate movement in a B&B yellow gold filled open face case, s#11239725     all watches are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $400
192 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven) and 1 (One) Raketa Russian wrist watch: an Illinois 18S coin silver open face, s#331290; an Illinois 12S 21J in yellow gold filled open face, s#4879109; a Swiss for the American market 18S in base metal open face case, s#3412860; a Hamilton 12S 17J in yellow gold filled open face case, s#1918230; an Elgin lady's 6S in yellow gold filled hunting case, s#1555059 and two lady's pendant watches     four of the pocket watches and the wrist watch are in good running order (wind, set and tick), three are not running. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $300
193 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven) man's: two Swiss key wind, key set, silver gold flashed bar movement, one by Hy Moser in hunting case the other in vermeil case by MJ Tobias; two Swiss in yellow gold filled open face case, one a Jules Monard with snail regulator; two Hampden in yellow gold filled case and a Howard Keystone 16S 17J nickel movement with gold center wheel in yellow gold filled open face case, s#950584     the Howard, one Hampden and the Tobias are in good running order (wind, set and tick). Multiple lots sold "as is". $150 - $200
194 Pocket watches- 10 (Ten) including four Ingersoll, a New York Standard, a General, an Independence, two lady's pendant watches with gold filled chains, two stainless steel wrist watches, etc.     three are not ticking, the remainder tick. Multiple lots sold "as is". $100 - $150
195 Watch Movements- 29 (Twenty-nine) most with decorative plates and bridges, 19th century     this interesting lot is mostly unsigned, but the one English fusee has the name Benj Webb, London. The one wristwatch movement is by Mathey Tissot. Some movements have dials and hands, and there are two extra dials with the group. Don't let the dirt and corrosion discourage you, this lot is worth checking out. $300 - $500
196 Pocket and pendant watches lady's- 32 (Thirty-two) including Bucherer, Bulova, Waltham, enamel, etc.     multiple lots sold "as is". $300 - $500
197 Watch Movements- 18 (Eighteen), 2 watch dials and 1 English Aneroid Barometer, 20th century.     jeweled American and European movements by Waltham, Elgin, Melrose, E. Howard, Agassiz, and fusee by E.D.Johnson, London. Barometer has porcelain dial (slight damage) and brass case, 5" diameter. $100 - $150
198 Lighters- 2 (Two) Evans: a chrome plated and enamel cigarette case and lighter combination with original packaging and a "Cornucopia" form table lighter with original box, flint and instructions     the enamel and chrome are in good condition on the first lighter. The Cornucopia lighter appears to be silver plated and is wearing slightly. $200 - $300
199 Sullivan, Boston, Mass., "Solargraph" or sundial in wooden and veneer frame with papered dial and compass, c1870     there is a split in the oval frame beneath the compass and a small piece of veneer missing on top cover. The compass needle is free and working and there is a great partial label with instructions on rear. Length 3 1/2" $125 - $175
200 Gall & Lembke, 21 Union Square, N.Y. thermometer, barometer and altimeter in gilt case with silvered metal dial signed with maker's signature and marked "Compensated", c1880 including original leather travel case     the barometer needle is loose and needs to be fixed, the outer case is complete but the hinge is broken. $200 - $300
201 Multifunction scientific instrument- dual sided compass, barometer, thermometer and altimeter in steel case with Centigrade scale and lever to lock the compass needle, c1880     the instrument is in good condition and the needle in compass is floating and works properly. The mercury in the thermometer is separated and is not reading properly. $200 - $300
202 Keuffer & Esser, New York, brass surveyor's transit #3022 with level, wood tripod and case, early 20th century.     this is a heavy precision instrument with old patina on brass. There is no obvious damage or missing parts, and the optics are clear. The old wooden case has extra pieces, the tripod is functional. The instrument crosspiece is stamped with the company name, serial number and late 1800's patent dates. Telescope tube is about 11" long, tripod is 57" high. $300 - $400
203 Pocket and wrist watches- 75+ (Seventy-five plus) pocket and wrist, plus movements, no straps, nearly all mechanical     this bulk lot has early 1900's pieces plus later examples for parts, repair or just display. Makers include Elgin, Waltham, Trenton, Buren, Ingersoll, etc. sold "as is", no additional condition reports available $100 - $250
204 Waltham Watch Co. 16-size Riverside disassembled movement in a framed display, c1914     behind the glass and mahogany frame are mounted all the components of this uncased railroad-grade movement. The bridges are stamped 19 jewels, adjusted 5 positions, number 19031549. Frame is 9.5" x 7.75" $100 - $200
205 Watch holder, gutta percha stand with mercury thermometer and triple calendar, day, date and month in French with a raised dragon and foliate decorations, c1890     the piece is in very good condition with no breaks or chips. The thermometer scale is oxidized. Ht 11" $1000 - $1300
206 Ingersoll Watches slant front oak, glass and green velvet countertop display case, c1915     Very nice original condition with rear paper label mostly intact. The gold lettering on the glass is fine, but the lower front panel words have faded. Display for 12 pocket watches 6 hanging and 6 laying flat. Ht 9" $100 - $200
207 Pocket watch display case- glass, metal and felt box for 6 watches, c1900     this early slant front case is in good used condition with old glass, green velvet, and original painted metal. The back hinges down for access. Top lid is 10" x 8" $100 - $150
208 French Industrial "Windmill" only driven by a spring clock work mechanism housed in a gilded brass case on a marble base with four paw feet, c1890     this is not a time piece, only automaton. This is in excellent original condition with minor solder repair on blades of windmill. Ht 11" $1200 - $1500
209 Railroad Uniform Buttons, (350+), approximately 205 Coat and 148 Cuff, mounted and framed behind glass     this is a broad collection of these "Railroadiana" antique collectibles, nicely displayed and organized, and includes a file card box of backup information. The estimate reflects our research on RR button values found online. Large frame of coat buttons is 31"x37", small frame of cuff buttons is 13"x11" $500 - $700
210 Dow Jones & Co., Broad St., New York, electrical and mechanical news printer Model 1932 in painted steel case with cast iron bottom, s#2369 c1930     when plugged in the motor to drive the paper works, other parts appear mechanically sound and complete. The paint is in good condition. Patent numbers include 1957076, D87174, 1957088, 1832160 & 1979510. Ht 49" $250 - $350
211 Yale Lock Mfg. Co., Stamford, Conn., double pin dial time lock or vault timer, "Model 1" with the rare Sunday dial attachment and two high grade E. Howard & Co., Boston, 2 - 3 day, spring driven movements with lever escapements in a very finely finished Yale Lock Mfg. nickel plated case, movement s#1005 c1880     the movements are in good running order (wind and tick). The finish and damascene are in excellent condition. The one detraction from this rare piece is the crack in the top glass which is acid etched with maker's name. The item is marked E. Stockwell's Patent. September 21st, 1875, with several additional patents and patent dates. This was Yale's first time lock, and is probably one of the finest, complex and most beautiful ever made. Available with either 56 hour, or after 1885, 72 hour movements. These were very expensive new at $400. The ring indicating the day of the week around each pin dial is known commonly known as the "Sunday dial" and was available for an additional $50. This unusual mechanism would prevent the timer from unlocking on Sundays. Ht 3", Wdt 7", Depth 6" $1000 - $1200
212 American Waltham Watch Co deck watch, 8 day duration with wind indicator 35S 15J, stem wind, pendant, set, adjusted, damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and Roman numeral silvered metal dial with subsidiary seconds at 6 and an inset "8 DAYS" emblem all housed in brass case with base metal coin edge bezel set on gimbals in a mahogany box with two metal tags reading "WALTHAM", s#22228667     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement and dial are in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The mahogany box retains its original finish and the key is included. Ht 5" $600 - $900
213 Elgin Watch Co. Father Time deck watch grade 367 with wind indicator 16S 21J, stem wind, lever set, damascene nickel movement with free sprung lever escapement and 2 1/4" Roman numeral porcelain single sunk dial, s#21869703 in gimbaled mahogany box     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with little oxidation. The dial is in below average condition and has several hairlines running the full diameter. Ht 5" $900 - $1200
214 Hamilton Watch Co. Model 22 deck watch with 48 hour wind indicator 35S 21J, stem wind, pin and pendant set, Adj to Temp & 6 pos, parallel line damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and micrometric regulator with Arabic numeral metal dial and blacked steel hands in Keystone base metal, screw back and bezel open face case with military ordinance on rear case cover and base metal cuvette, s#2F10235. The lot includes inner mahogany box with glass window, metallic tag indicating setting instructions all and original paperwork within second outer shipping box with and leather strap     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with three fine scratches on plate with signature. The case is excellent and almost uncarried. The dial is nearly flawless. The leather strap is broken on the outer case. This is an excellent almost new old stock example with hard to find inner and outer boxes and almost never seen original paperwork! $1200 - $1600
215 Hamilton Watch Co. Model 22 deck watch with 48 hour wind indicator 35S 21J, stem wind, pin and pendant set, Adj to Temp & 6 pos, parallel line damascene nickel movement with lever escapement and micrometric regulator. The Arabic numeral silvered metal dial has blacked steel hands. The movement is housed on gimbals in mahogany box with "HAMILTON WATCH CO LANCASTER, PA., U.S.A." tag, s#2F2008     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement and dial are in excellent condition with almost no oxidation. The brass gimbals and bezel show some minor oxidation and the mahogany box retains its original finish. Ht 6" $900 - $1200
216 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, PA, Model 21 marine chronometer with 56 hour up/down indicator, 85 size,14J, key wind, chain fusee driven damascene nickel movement with spring detent escapement, giant uncut AMAC solid monometallic weighted chronometer balance, free sprung Elinvar class helical hairspring system and balance lock for hacking or shipping located next to winding hole, operated by allen wrench (included) The silvered 4 1/8" Arabic numeral dial is engraved "HAMILTON LANCASTER PA., U.S.A. N3460 1941" and has blacked steel hands, s#2E3460. The lot includes the original gimbaled inner dark red mahogany stained box with full brass banding, corners, handles and central tongue in groove seal with Hamilton tag, original key and setting instructions     good running order (winds, sets and ticks), the movement is in very good condition with a few fine scratches and pin pricks. The dial is in very good condition with a little deterioration at contact point with bezel. A remarkable WWII US Naval chronometer in overall very good condition Ht 8" $1500 - $2000
217 Thomas Mercer, Eyood Rd, St. Albans, Great Britain marine chronometer, 2 day, time only, spring driven movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement in a nickel plated housing with silvered dial. This is a very unusual and scarce model with electrical contacts to drive slave units, a start / stop mechanism to regulate exposed balance and a nickel plated keyhole cover, s#15030 c1939     good running order (winds and ticks) and the wind indicator functions. The nickel plated finish on the housing is in excellent condition. The three screws to secure movement to housing and the cover are absent. The silvered dial has oxidation. Diameter 6" $1200 - $1500
218 Clock Movement Holder, cast steel, 20th century     this is a solid and useful tool for any clock repairer. Both clamps adjust to height and position, and two of the three feet have levelers. Ht 13.5" $50 - $75
219 Clock Weights- 2 (Two) old cast-iron grandfather clock weights.     these would be good replacements for missing or modern weights. Each weighs about 11 lbs. and is 10" long to hook top $60 - $100
220 Tall case dials- 13 arch top: 4 are wood, 9 are painted iron, 1 has moon dial, all from first half 19th century     colorful faces in various conditions but most usable for clocks or alone as folk art artifacts. Iron dials are probably all English; wood most likely Connecticut. 5 have maker names and places. English ones all date c. 1835-1865 and Conn. ones c. 1805-1825. $500 - $800
221 General lot of tools, equipment, and fasteners for any shop and trade, buffer, grinder, vise, drill press adapter for hand held drill + drill     large lot of quality useful hardware from the shop of an experienced craftsman who took good care of his material. See other lots for specialty clockmaking and watchmaking tools. $200 - $450
222 Large lot of watchmaking and clockmaking tools and supplies, including 8 mm lathe, staking set, movement stand and bushing machine.     this equipment had regular use by an experienced craftsman. The Mansfield lathe, with collet-holding tailstock, has more than 30 collets and a motor, but needs a foot pedal or speed switch. The staking set is K&D, the bushing machine is nearly new. There is a box load of small tools and parts that are needed for most jobs. $300 - $500
223 Mixed lot of clock cases, movements, dials and etc.     A porcelain case, Welch Patti case, Gilbert "DIO" case, Seven American brass movements including a partial "Patti" movement. Two , 30 hour, American movements. Three French , 8 day, movements as well as some French dials and other parts. $100 - $200
224 Oak 6 drawer chest loaded with watch tools, parts and supplies, modern     the well made chest has green velvet lined drawers and top compartment, with heavy brass latches, handles, hinges and corners. There is a good assortment of watchmaking tools. The bottom drawer features vintage Waltham 37-size 8 day material used in their car, novelty and library clocks. Ht 10" closed $150 - $350
225 German 8mm watchmaker's lathe with motor, foot pedal and collets; and Esser Swiss staking set, 20th century     this tool is old but appears solid and functional, with tail stock and tool rest, and is mounted on a well made wood base. The Watch-Craft motor works well. There are 12 collets by various makers. The small staking set is nearly complete and in a good oak box. $200 - $400
226 German 8mm watchmakers lathe with motor, collets and intermediate spindle, early 20th century     this set is old but solid and functional, with a working Bodine electric motor and foot pedal, tailstock, tool rest and modern variable chuck. The 10 collets are by various makers. The spindle has several adjusters and pulleys for transferring torque from the motor to the tool. All is well mounted on a metal and wood platform. $200 - $400
227 Peerless 8mm watchmakers lathe set with collets, motor, lamp and foot pedal, early 20th century     this set is ready to use with more than 20 collets, working Watch-Craft electric motor with lamp that lights when motor is started, tool rest and collet-holding tailstock, all on a large solid wood platform. The collets, by various makers, are in a nice wood box. $250 - $450
228 W.D.Clement "Combined Lathe Attachement", Waltham, Mass., one nearly complete and one partial; both in original boxes     Interesting tool sets for use or display, in good used condition. $150 - $250
229 Watchmaking screw finishing tools and turns with runners, in modern wood box     interesting group of old precision tools for use or display. Box is 8" square $150 - $250
230 Watch crystals, hundreds of plastic versions, and clock pendulums.     this large crystal assortment has many in original printed envelopes, others in clear bags. A small group of American pendulum bobs and keys is a bonus. No further details available. $75 - $150
231 Wristwatch bands, approximately 110 lady's, mostly stretch metallic in their original plastic boxes.     large lot of new never opened stock, in original clear plastic packaging, including many by Speidel. sold "as is", no further details available. $75 - $100
232 Wristwatch bands, hundreds of unpackaged stretch stainless steel lady's' and men's sizes     this huge assortment comes with an unusual six wood box fold out unit holding part of the collection. No further details available. $75 - $150
233 Wristwatch bands, more than 100 lady's, mostly leather but some cloth and stretch metal.     this is a large collection that includes 3 bag loads of white, deep red and black "genuine leather" straps as well as many more loose ones of all kinds. No further details available. $75 - $100
234 Watchmaker's Bench, oak, 20th century.     this is a good solid workbench used regularly by a skilled craftsman The slide out tray is there, with newer canvas bottom. Drawers and doors may be a bit sticky but can be adjusted to open and close okay. The top has some equipment mounting holes. No maker tag but this is a professional model. Glass and lower black knobs replaced. Ht 40" $200 - $300
235 Book- "Shop Records of Daniel Burnap, Clockmaker", by Penrose R. Hoopes, 1958     very good condition classic published by The Connecticut Historical Society. $75 - $150
236 Book- "Simon Willard and His Clocks", by John Ware Willard, 1911     number 46 of limited edition of 500 copies. 1911 classic in good condition with some wear. $350 - $450
237 Books- 7 (Seven) concerning American antique clocks     good references and classics include: both Brooks Palmer books, Simon Willard by John Ware Willard, Third Edition (1985) Official Price Guide, Tyler's The Craft of the Clockmaker, Miller's Clock Guide, and 1958 second edition of Drepperd. $100 - $150
238 Books- 8 (Eight) good references on clocks, watches, toys and jewelry     good assortment includes Landes "Revolution in Time", Ehrhardt's 1978 and 1980 Pocket Watch Price Indicator, shrink wrapped copies of "Watch Keys", "Swatchissimo", and "Watchtime Yearbook 2001", Chuck Evans on Jewelry, and "A Collector's Guide to 20th Century Toys". $100 - $150
239 Books- 9 (Nine) on European & American clocks and watches     important classics and references include: Johnson - Clocks and Watches, 1984 Official Price Guide, Palmer - Treasury, Britten - Handbook (1902), Bruton (2) - History and Clocks & Watches, deCarle - Encyclopedia, Willsberger - Clocks & Watches, Jagger - World's Great Clocks & Watches, $100 - $250
240 Books- 9 (Nine) out of print classics on clocks and watches.     a pristine 1983 edition of Distin & Bishop's "The American Clock" is the highlight of this lot. There also is a shrink wrapped copy of WatchTime Yearbook 2001", Landes, four soft covers by Ehrhardt, Bruton "Clocks & Watches", and Britten's Seventh Edition. $75 - $150
241 Books- 9 (Nine) out-of-print hardcover clock classics, 8 with original dust jackets     the rarest of the lot is Herbert Cescinsky's "The Old English Master Clockmakers and Their Clocks", 1938. The rest include works by Edey, Goodrich, Roberts, Battison & Kane, Palmer, Distin & Bishop, Wood & Kramer, and deCarle. $150 - $250
242 Books- 10 (Ten) on English and Continental antique clocks     classics and references include: E.J.Tyler (2) - European Clocks and The Craft of the Clockmaker, Symonds - Book of English Clocks, Moore - The Old Clock Book, Ullyet - In Quest of Clocks, Hamlyn - World's Great Clocks & Watches, Fanelli - Century of Fine Carriage Clocks, Edey - French Clocks, Tardy - Dictionnaire, and Cescinsky & Webster - English Domestic Clocks. $200 - $300
243 Books- 10 (Ten) softcover references and price guides on American antique clocks     from the 1980's and early 1990's, these classics include: Tran Duy Ly (4)- Clocks, American Clocks 1 & 2, Welch; Ehrhardt (5) - 1, 2, 3, 1983 and 1985; Miller - Clock Guide. All are in good used condition. $75 - $150
244 Books- 12 (Twelve) on clocks and watches, including 4 NAWCC bulletin hardcovers     Important classics and references include: Drepperd - American Clocks, Thomson - Antique Clocks, Willard - Simon Willard, Swedberg - American Clocks, Seth Thomas Clocks Catalog No.531 1966 reprint, Nutting - The Clock Book, Palmer - Treasury, Bruton - Clocks & Watches, and Bulletins I,II & III (2 copies), IV & V, and XIV. $100 - $250
245 Books- 13 (Thirteen) on watches, watchmaking and clockmaking     important classics and references include: Britten (2) - Horological Hints and Handbook, Goodrich - Modern Clock, Penman - Clock Design & Construction, Tyler - Craft of the Clockmaker, Kleinlein - Adjusting Watches (1920), Criss - American Pocket Watches, Cuss - The Story of Watches, Ullyett - Watch Collecting, Fried - Cavalcade of Time, Bowman - Modern Watch Repairing, 400 Years of Watchmaking, and Chamberlain - It's About Time. $150 - $300
246 Books- 15 (Fifteen) mostly hardcover classics on English and Continental antique clocks     this lot includes: Johnson - Clocks and Watches; Symonds - Book of English Clocks; Smith - Clocks and Watches; Harris - Handbook of Repairs; Ullyett - British Clocks and Clockmakers; Smithsonian - Clocks; Roberts - Collector's Guide; Collections du musee international d'horlogerie, Suisse; Britten's 16 Edition; Fleet - Clocks; de Carle - Encyclopedia; Jagger (2) - Clocks, and World's Great Clocks & Watches; Tyler - Clock Museums & Collections; and Hunter - Clocks. Most are in very good condition with dust jackets. $150 - $300
247 Books- 18 (Eighteen) harder to find out of print classics on American antique clocks, includes Henry Terry's 1870 booklet     the three good hardcovers are: Diston & Bishop - The American Clock; Chris Bailey - Two Hundred Years; and Eckhardt - Pennsylvania Clocks. Two softcovers focus on electrics: Aked - Electrifying Time; and Crum & Keller - 150 Years. There are 4 catalog reproductions: Robbins & Appleton Waltham Materials; Sessions 1915; E. Ingraham 1860-1880; and Waltham Clocks 1922. Histories include: Haselton - The Watchman's Clock; Ela - The Banjo Timepiece; Henry Terry - American Clock Making (1870); Swedberg - American Clocks; and John Ware Willard - Simon Willard. The final four are instructional: Hamilton - Timing Manipulations; Keeler - Buying a Clock; Goodman - This Old Clock; and Balcomb - The Clock Repair Primer. $150 - $300
248 Books- 40+ (Forty plus) horological publications including 10 bound NAWCC Bulletin compilations, several editions of Shugart's Watches, hardcovers on Marion and "The Classic Watch", 3 Tran Duy Ly's, Wristwatch Magazine, etc.     sold "as is". $100 - $300
249 Anglo-American 8 day time and strike inlaid wood wall clock, c1900     the nice detailed inlay is intact, so restoring the rest of this impressive clock is warranted. There are some case splits and repairs, the side 'ears' are absent, and the painted metal dial is flaking. Most of the inside paper label remains. The E. Ingraham movement is dark and dirty. Pendulum bob is a New Haven replacement. Ht 34" $200 - $300
250 Anglo-American, 30 hour, time and strike, fusee mantel clock, c1860     this clock is a marriage. The movement is a Chauncey Jerome and probably dates c1850. The dial is repainted and may well be new. The case could be c1840-1860, but likely had an English movement originally, judging by the springs. Burled walnut veneer with applied carvings case with some minor damage on the top right side edge. Dial has been professionally restored. Ht 17.5" $100 - $200
251 Ansonia Brass Co., Ansonia, Conn., 8 day time and strike mini OG shelf clock, c1855.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish with some veneer loss on the base. Original painted dial shows age with some loss at the mounting screws and a scratch in the center. Tablet is original. Hands appear to be original. Clean label inside case. Ht 18 1/2". $200 - $300
252 Ansonia Clock Co, 30 hour, lever movement timepiece in a delft style porcelain case. It could be a Royal Bonn case, but it is not marked, c1900     Small porcelain delft style case is very clean. Paper dial is very clean and the hands are original. Ht 6" $80 - $120
253 Ansonia Clock Co., 30 hour, lever movement timepiece in a Royal Bonn delft style porcelain case, c1900     Miniature porcelain case is very clean. Original silvered dial has a slight tarnish. Hands are original. Case is marked/ signed in base. Ht 5.5" $100 - $150
254 George A. Jones & Co. of New York City, "Parisian" walnut 8 day time and strike parlor clock, c1874     this clock was made by George A. Jones & Co. of New York City as the label states. Jones built a factory at Bristol, CT in 1871 to build these shelf clocks. The factory closed when Jones died in 1881. The unusual pendulum is correct and used on Jones clocks. The dial is stamped with Ansonia at its bottom is newer, otherwise the clock looks old and original with an old G.A. Jones label on the back and old S/F printed pendulum. The movement should be cleaned. Ht 23" $175 - $275
255 Ansonia Clock Co., Lynnwood, WA "Simplicity" reproduction 8 day triple chime mantel clock, 1987     this heavy, well made and rare clock is pictured in the accompanying 1987 catalog of "Gold Medallion Triple Chime Crystal Regulator Clocks" from the briefly resurrected Ansonia brand. Other paperwork, including the $604 original sales slip, also is present. The mahogany and thick beveled glass all are in fine condition. The Hermle movement needs service. Ht 20" $200 - $350
256 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Amiens" 8-day time and strike enameled iron mantel clock, c1904     this clock is in very good restored condition. The case has been repainted black and the mountings sprayed gold. The paper dial behind the bright pierced brass mask is original. The die-stamped movement ticks and strikes, and looks clean. Ht 10" $100 - $250
257 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Cairo" 8 day time and strike cast metal mantel clock, c1911     this ornate clock is from the Middle East themed group, and retains its old bronze over iron finish with some wear and discoloration. The porcelain dial has just a few faint hairlines, the thick beveled glass is fine. The movement ticks and strikes robustly. Ht 12" $200 - $350
258 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Delft", 30 hour, lever movement alarm timepiece in Royal Bonn porcelain case. Bottom of case is marked: "Royal Bonn Delft", c1900     Delft style porcelain case in nice clean condition. Original paper dial is clean with some wear at the alarm setting area of the dial. Hands are original. Ht 9". $100 - $150
259 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Drop Octagon" oak 8 day time and strike school clock, c1901     the front of the case has been stripped and refinished, the case sides are old, crusty and dark. The newer 11" paper dial is spotted, and there is no label. The movement needs service and reattaching to its backboard. Glasses are old. Most of case front has been stripped of oak veneer and base wood stained and finished. Ht 24 1/2" $100 - $200
260 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "King", 8 day, time and strike, walnut mantel clock, c1880.     Walnut case is very clean in an original finish. Original dial with some wear at the winding arbors. Hands, tablet and pendulum are original. Nice label on back of case. Ht 24" $125 - $200
261 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Lever" walnut 30 hour time and strike 8" dial marine clock, c1895     there is an old finish, and a few small age cracks, on the veneered case with just a fragment of a rear paper label. The original paper dial is stained, the glass is wavy. The balance wheel movement ticks and strikes but should be cleaned. There is an 1897 repair note on the back as well. 11 1/2" square $150 - $250
262 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Parisian", 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1875     Walnut case in original finish with some wear and scratches. Original dial with some wear and scratches. Hands are original. Indicator hand on the original pendulum has a solder repair on the back and the indicator hand is missing. Top finial appears to be a later replacement. Original frosted glass has some wear. Remains of a label on the back. Ht 23.5" $100 - $175
263 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Rosalind" enameled iron 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1904     the black enamel has seriously degraded and there are some rusty spots, but this ornate clock, with no losses and most of its rear paper label intact, deserves restoration. The white porcelain dial, with its visible escapement, has some hairlines. The large beveled glass is fine. The movement's mainsprings are in open barrels, but it is missing the crutch and pendulum so will need professional attention. Ht. 12.5" $200 - $400
264 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Seine" green enameled iron 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1894     this heavy clock is in good original condition with a nice old patina on the brass castings. The white porcelain dial and beveled glass are fine. The movement should be cleaned. Ht 18" $175 - $275
265 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Tivoli" Cabinet model , 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1880.     Refinished walnut case is clean. Original dial has age darkened a little. Hands are original. Nice label on back of case. Movement appears to have recently been serviced and is marked. Ht 15" $75 - $150
266 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, 30-hour cast metal novelty timepiece c1900, plus miniature wood long case     most of the thin gold wash has worn off the little novelty figural, and the porcelain dial has some hairlines. The movement ticks briefly and sets, but the winder is absent. Ht 8". The little solid wood case is well made and ready to receive an appropriate timepiece. Ht 11" $75 - $150
267 Asian modern reproduction large round drop wall clock, often called the Hotel model, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement in wood case, c1990     dull original finish has darker-stained carved and turned accents. Painted metal dial, with seconds track, is in good condition. Pendulum simulates big heavy ones found in jeweler's regulators. Movement ticks and strikes but probably needs cleaning and adjusting. Ht 55" $250 - $450
268 Asian, modern reproduction large wall clock, copy of New Haven, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement in mahogany case, c1990     Very red glossy finish on elaborately carved and turned case with no losses or damage. Papered metal dial has a small tear at 8, barely visible. Movement needs cleaning. Brass pendulum bob has dulled. Interestingly, has old New Haven beat scale. Ht 49" $300 - $500
269 Barr Mfg. Corp., Weedsport, NY, electric battery mantel clock, c1920     this early electrically impulsed clock is in nice original condition with old patina on the brass and turned wood base. 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" $100 - $200
270 Boston ship's strike 8 day brass marine clock, 1983     the lacquered brass case, with screw bezel, is in near pristine condition as is the polished steel dial. The German Hermle 132-071 balance wheel movement needs cleaning (or replacement which is readily available). Boston was the budget line offered by the Chelsea Clock Co. Overall diameter 5 3/4". $175 - $275
271 Brewster Mfg. Co., Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, steeple shelf clock, c1852     Mahogany veneered case in as found condition in original finish. The left tip of the finial has broken off. Original dial has been professionally restored. Nice decal glass of the Smithsonian Institute. The minute hand could be a replacement. Hour hand is original, 30 hour, ribbed plate movement is marked "Brewster & Ingrahams". Ht 19.5" $100 - $150
272 Burr & Chittenden, Lexington, Mass., 30 hour time and strike wood movement shelf clock, c1832     Mahogany veneered case with a lot of restoration. Veneer on the base, center strip and the inner strip on the door have been replaced. Base and top blocks are replacements. One of the top blocks is missing. The whole top is a replacement. Dial has been poorly restored. Ht 34 3/4". $50 - $75
273 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour time and strike OOG shelf clock, c1855     Mahogany case in need of restoration. A fair amount of veneer work is needed to restore the case. It has a nice original tablet of Merchant's Exchange, Philadelphia (still in existence), wooden dial and repaired hands. Ht 25" $60 - $90
274 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day time and strike OG shelf clock, c1850     Stripped rosewood and mahogany case with a veneer repair on the lower case corner and some loss at the door corners. Dial has been repainted. Hands appear to be original. Original tablet with some loss and inpainting. Ht 30" $75 - $150
275 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Ship's Bell" 8 day striking marine clock in brass case, 6" dial also signed "The Upson-Walton Company, Cleveland", serial number (on movement and case) 125941 made in 1918     case has some tarnish and small dents in bezel. Dial is spotted and tarnished. Movement ticks but will need cleaning and correction of strike system. Includes later circular wood mount board. Overall diameter of case is 7 1/2". $400 - $600
276 Chelsea Clock Co. black phenolic 8 day 8" brass dial timepiece, c1957     the molded case, marked Chelsea on the rear, has the usual mottling but is complete except for missing glass. The brass dial (unusual since these mostly were white or black) is tarnished, and the sweep seconds hand is broken off at the hub. The movement, #621709, ticks briskly but should be cleaned. 10.5" overall diameter $150 - $300
277 Colonial Manufacturing Company, Zeeland, Michigan, "No. 120 Saw Clock" 32 hour German gravity timepiece, c1980     original finish on nicely carved and stained backboard. Painted metal dial "Anno 1750" is perfect. Original complete rear paper label. Ht 26 1/2". $150 - $250
278 Cox, 46 Anerley Hill, England short drop wall time piece, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in mahogany veneer case with side carvings and brass line inlay, c1860     the case retains its original finish with minor veneer chips. The bezel had detached from a previous solder repair. There is a sunburst facade added to the front of the original pendulum bob. Ht 19 1/2" $200 - $300
279 Daniel Pratt, Jr., Reading Mass., 30 hour time and strike wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1837.     mahogany veneered case in an old and grungy finish in poor condition. This clock was probably intended for the Canadian market as evidenced by the unusual lion & unicorn splat. The chimneys and caps are not original, but look to have been added a long time ago. The painted wood dial may not be original to this clock, but is a period dial. The later tablet came from a different clock as a frame was made to fit it into this case. The feet were likely old additions. Ht 36" $50 - $100
280 Du Chateau Swiss reproduction Louis XV 8 day painted wood striking clock with bracket, c1975     this case and bracket are in near perfect condition with glossy green mottled paint and bright gold moldings, decorations and castings. Fine dial and glasses. The movement, with SSS trademark, ticks and strikes on 2 bells but could use cleaning. Clock Ht 20", bracket adds another 7". $250 - $450
281 E. Ingraham, Bristol Conn. "Treasure" banjo clock, 8 day time & duplex [ding-dong] strike spring driven pendulum movement in solid hardwood case, with mahogany finish, c1934.     case has its original glossy finish with some scuffs. Painted glasses are excellent. Brass bezel, sidearms and lower balls are tarnished. Original metal dial has some areas worn through. Most of rear paper label remains. Movement ticks and strikes but could use service. This model is commonly called the "Treasure Island". Overall good to very good original condition Ht 40" $300 - $400
282 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Conn. "Doric" 8 day time, strike & alarm rosewood mantel clock, c1880     the original finish and paper dial are quite worn, but the case is complete and retains its great original lower glass and inside paper label. The alarm movement is there with its separate bell, but the gong coil is absent from its brass base, and hands are mismatched. The movement is dark and dirty so will need service. Ht 16" $75 - $150
283 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Conn. "Reflector" 8 day time-only rosewood wall clock, c1896     this impressive clock deserves restoration. Its old finish and lower glass paint are worn, the the "EJS" [E. & J. Swigart, defunct Cinncinnati clock parts supplier] dial paper is a later replacement, the case joints are loose, the big pendulum is missing its leafy ornaments, labels are gone, and the movement needs service. Still, lots of potential. Ht 29.5" $300 - $500
284 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Conn. "Yankee Clipper" 8 day time and strike mahogany banjo clock, c1934     the old finish is in very nice condition, as is the applied nautical scene on the throat. The lower glass is replaced and is now clear with gold border, but good for seeing the fancy pendulum swinging. The silvered metal dial, with raised gold numbers, has been polished to brass in the center. There is only a label fragment on the back. Solid brass side arms, bezel, and eagle finial have old patina. The movement ticks and strikes on 2 rods. Ht 31" $100 - $200
285 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Conn. 8 day time and calendar rosewood grained wall clock, c1880     similar to the popular "Dew Drop" model and not enough label remains to see what the company called it. The case's original finish has darkened, and there is a missing rosette and a few small scuffs and losses. The paper dial is a new replacement. The lower glass has lost about 50% of its paint. The movement should be cleaned. Ht 24" $150 - $250
286 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Connecticut "Treasure" 8 day time and duplex strike (ding-dong) banjo clock, in a well proportioned hardwood case with mahogany finish, c1934     the case has its old original worn and lightly crazed finish, with no damage or losses. Brass bezel, balls, eagle finial and sidearms have old patina. Glasses are excellent, silvered dial has aged nicely. Movement ticks and strikes but may need service. No label. There is another "Treasure Island" banjo in this sale as well. Ht 39" $350 - $550
287 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., 30 hour time and strike OG shelf clock, c1865     Stripped rosewood and mahogany veneered case with some repairs on the door. Original painted dial with minor paint loss. Original tablet with poor restoration. Ht 26" $50 - $75
288 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., 8 day, time and strike, OG shelf clock, c1870     Rosewood veneered case in original finish with some minor veneer loss on the bottom edge of each side. Original painted dial with some minor loss at the winding arbors and at the mounting pins. Hands are original. Nice tablet. Fairly clean label inside case. Ht 29.75" $100 - $150
289 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn. "No.1 Drop Octagon" 8 day time only rosewood, short drop school clock, dial for J.E.Ellis & Co., Toronto, c1889     the old finish will benefit from some wax or polish, but has only a few small veneer chips and age cracks. About half of the original paper labels remain inside and on the back. The painted metal dial, somewhat crudely lettered for a Canadian firm, has some flaking. Glasses are old; top glass has a small chip and the lower one retains its black/gold border. Movement should be cleaned. Ht 24 1/2" $200 - $300
290 English round dial clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven fusee movement, winds and sets from rear of case, in cast iron case with 18" painted metal dial, c1875     the case has a 4 1/2" x 1" cast iron segment missing on the perimeter near 5:30. The case has an old repaint and a custom made stand painted white. This was designed for mounting in a wall with rear access, and with a small dial on the rear plate to show the position of the hour hand on the outside dial. Overall diameter 25" $500 - $700
291 Eureka Clock Co., London, movement now associated with wood base and glass dome, c1906     this is a clever retrofit of one of these unique electrically driven works (No.3291), with its oversize vertical balance wheel, on an early round velvet-covered base. Low profile glass dome is intact. We have not tested operation. Ht to dome top 8" $150 - $250
292 French 8 day time only brass and beveled glass Corniche style carriage clock, c1900     this intact case has some tarnish and the porcelain dial has a crack and chip, but all the beveled glass is fine. The original platform looks good but the mainspring is broken, so professional service will be needed. Ht to handle top is 6" $100 - $150
293 French 8 day time only carriage clock, smaller, English style, with carrying case, c1910     this is a better than average decorative case with very nicely cleaned finish. The beveled glasses all are good. The porcelain dial is signed "Richardson, Paris". The replacement balance platform (Swiss) ticks but the clock may need service. As expected, the leather case, with front swing out doors, has some wear but is nice to have. Ht 5.75 to top of handle. $200 - $400
294 French Empire inlaid wood 8 day time and strike portico clock, c1880     smaller size highly decorative case, with 4 twisty columns, in good condition showing small losses and cracks. The porcelain dial has some fading and small chipped areas. The cast bezel, pendulum and caps have old patina. The unsigned movement ticks, strikes and looks clean, but is missing its bell, easily ordered from Timesavers.com. Ht 17". $300 - $450
295 French inlaid wood 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1855     this style of wood round top French clock is rarely seen, and is in overall very good condition with a few age cracks. A chateau is visible in the little oval reverse-paint tablet. The Japy Med. d'Argent 1844 & 1849 movement, also stamped O. Berger, Paris, will need cleaning. The convex beveled glass is fine; the dial, with blue numbers, has some cracks and a few small repairs. Ht 13" $200 - $400
296 German Black Forest 30 hour carved wood cuckoo clock, c1900     large hanging game is featured, and case overall is in good condition, however the oak leaf crest is newer and does not match the lowe case. Cast plate movement should be cleaned. Hands look newer. Both top bellows are missing but replacements are available. Ht 25" without weights. $125 - $225
297 German Black Forest cuckoo & quail 30 hour carved wood clock, c1910     two large hanging rabbits are featured, with no obvious losses or damage to the case overall, but the crest color and finish are different so it may not be original. Pendulum is absent. Cast-plate movement should be cleaned, but bellows and whistles looks newly replaced. Ht 26" without weights. $275 - $375
298 German modern painted cast metal 30 hour peddler clock, c1972     there is some wear and dirt that makes this novelty clock look older than it is, but the details, heavy castings and paint still are nice and worth enjoying. There is no ticking from the little movement so service will be needed. Ht 15" $250 - $350
299 German "Salem" 8 day 7 jewel ship's bells chrome plated marine clock, c1975     the yacht wheel metal case is in very nice condition, and now mounted on a purpose made oak stand. The metal dial, with 24 hour markings, has some tarnish, especially around the edges. The clock ticks and strikes. The Salem Clock Co. had its offices in West Hartford, CT. Ship's clocks and the movements for them were from Germany. Overall Ht 9" $150 - $300
300 German wall clock, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement in ornate walnut case, c1900     Old original finish is dark and dull, but no major losses or damage. Large crest appears original. White porcelain dial has a bit of discoloration but no cracks; its brass surround is a bit bent. No sign that there ever was a beat scale. Gridiron pendulum probably should have an R/A bob. Unsigned movement looks clean and recently oiled. Ht 41" $150 - $350
301 Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn, "Lebanon" walnut 8 day time, strike & alarm mantel clock, c1885     the solid walnut case is in very nice condition but is missing its two teardrop finials. The paper dial and rear label have darkened and have some losses. The old glass is near perfect. Inside is the separate alarm works and its bell, a large gong and base, a fancy indicator pendulum, and the open spring movement with its winding stops that probably needs cleaning. Ht 20 1/2" $100 - $200
302 Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Washington" box regulator wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in oak case with painted metal dial, c1913     the case has been refinished. There is some repaint around one of the winding holes on the dial. This is an uncommon time and strike version. The vast majority of these items were time only. Ht 38" $250 - $350
303 H. Welton & Co., Terryville, Conn., 30 hour time and strike/alarm brass movement OG shelf clock. The location name was printed on the label as two words rather than one, c1840.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish with some minor veneer chips on the corners and a veneer patch on bottom. Original painted dial with some loss at the mounting pins. Hands and tablet are original. Clean label inside case. Nice decorative plate movement. Ht 26". $250 - $350
304 Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, small mahogany portico timepiece, c1910     the old finish is crazed but should polish up nicely. The metal dial and convex glass are okay, and the brass bezel, column caps, etc. are a bit spotted and tarnished. The small time-only pendulum movement, with crossed-arrows trademark, will need cleaning. Ht 10.5" $150 - $250
305 Horolovar, Germany, "Dickory, Dickory Dock" 8 day novelty clock, c1970     this reproduction has its nice original dark finish, and the mouse is complete with his tail. The balance wheel movement seems to tick okay. Take care at home that the wall hanging nail does not extend enough into the clock to hit the balance wheel directly in front of its hole. Ht 24 1/2" $250 - $400
306 Jerome & Co., New Haven, rosewood 30 hour time, strike & alarm cottage clock, c1875     the wood case has been nicely refinished, but the reverse paint top glass is cracked and the front door's two rosettes are absent, minor veneer chip. Both tablets have had their surrounding trim painted white. The painted metal dial has cracks and flakes. There is the nice little alarm movement that rings on a separate bell, wallpaper on the backboard, and the good printed Jerome label inside the door. The movement ticks and strikes the hours on a gong. Ht 16" $100 - $250
307 Kienzle, German Vienna Regulator wall clock, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement in walnut case, c1900     Original case finish is dull, but no noticeable losses or damage. Backboard has some dings. Crest looks old and original. Movement, with winged trademark, ticks and strikes but needs cleaning. Celluloid dial and beat scale have yellowed and faded a bit. Gridiron pendulum and bezel could use polishing. Ht 51" $300 - $500
308 Lantern Clock, Windmills, London, reproduction 30 hour time, strike & alarm weight-driven one-hand wall clock with wood bracket     this is a large, heavy and impressive clock that looks older than it is. The continuous chain and single weight drives both trains, and the alarm has its own chain and small weight. The movement, with crown wheel escapement and rear cow tail pendulum, needs service. The wall bracket is thick wood appropriately shaped. Movement ht 14.5", bracket ht 26" $400 - $600
309 LeCoultre "Atmos" Swiss 15 jewel brass & glass mantel clock, c1955     this slightly smaller model has a few blemishes on its gold-plated metal but otherwise is in good original condition, and retains an original caution sticker on the top. Serial number 113997. It ran some hours and stopped, so will need professional attention to be reliable. Ht 8.75" $350 - $450
310 LeCoultre "Atmos" Swiss 15 jewel brass and glass mantel clock, c1957     the gold plating is worn and scratched, but otherwise the clock is good original condition. Serial number 118802. When we tested the clock, it ran a few hours and stopped, so it will need professional attention to be reliable. Ht 9.5" $350 - $450
311 Linden, Japan, small 8 day small mystery swinger, c1970     the statue has its original finish in nice condition, and the swinging pendulum has a little tarnish. The clock ticks and swings, but may need service. Generally these are reliable runners. Ht 14" $150 - $300
312 Mason & Sullivan kit reproduction "Willard" gold front 8 day weight driven banjo clock, c1980, with second partially built example.     this was handmade by the consignor's father who added a Kilburn & Proctor movement and very nice glasses and hardware. The second project needs movement, glasses, pendulum, etc. but comes with 3 painted metal dials and the large original instruction sheet. Hts 43" $300 - $600
313 Mickey Mouse mechanical alarm clock automaton with Mickey's hands indicating the hours and minutes and his head ticking, licensed by Walt Disney Productions copyright 1977, made in France & new old stock, c1977     the item is in new old stock condition, ticks and strikes alarm. Ht 6 1/2" $100 - $200
314 Minneapolis Honeywell 8 day 7 jewel thermostat clock and thermometer, c1930     in nice original condition, this was an early control to automatically operate a home heating system for day and night temperatures. Thermometer tube is intact, clock ticks. Ht 10" $75 - $125
315 Mixed Lot - Ansonia "Turret" walnut case with F. Kroeber movement, c1875     there is a nice old finish on this elaborate case, with some small losses and age shrinkage, and both turned finials have been repaired. The glass and barrel pendulum are old, the paper dial is new. The backboard has a long crack (formerly covered with duct tape) and some extra holes. The Kroeber movement ticks and strikes the hours on a bell. Interestingly, the case closely resembles the Kroeber model of the same name. Ht 21" $200 - $300
316 New Haven Clock Co., 8 day polychrome molded composite hanging novelty clock, c1910     this hand painted ornate case retains nearly all of its old gold and other colors. There is a crack from the bezel down to the bottom pineapple. The white porcelain dial and convex beveled glass are fine, but the movement is fully wound with no ticking heard. Ht 20" $100 - $150
317 New Haven Clock Co., a marble and bronze clock, limited production, using the heavy cast moldings used earlier on the "Tile" model, 8 day, time and strike, c1890     this is a large and heavy clock in overall very good original condition. The bronze has a "cast-in" pattern similar to what was used by Tiffany Studios and Caldwell. The yellow-cream-gray variegated marble is in good condition. Chris Bailey has seen a lot of clocks, and this is the first of these he has ever seen. Porcelain dial is excellent. Ht 9" $300 - $500
318 New Haven, New Haven, Conn., "Camden Line" 8 day time and strike oak kitchen clock, c1907     the pressed pattern oak case has been nicely refinished, and the rear label is mostly intact. The original paper dial has some minor spotting. The movement looks clean, and it ticks and strikes well. The glass tablet and polished brass fancy pendulum are old. From a collector who paid $125 to have the clock refinished and cleaned. Ht 22 1/2" $100 - $200
319 New Haven, New Haven, Conn., "Eclipse Regulator" oak 8 day time and calendar spring wound school clock, American Wringer label, c1910     the solid oak case has an old finish and a few shrinkage separations. Both glasses are old and wavy, the original paper dial has discolored areas, and the old rear label is mostly intact. The movement ticks robustly, complete & sound, but may benefit from service. Overall very good to excellent original condition. Ht 33" $250 - $450
320 Novelty clock, "Dickory, Dickory Dock", 8 day, time only, pendulum regulated, spring driven movement in a mahogany case, circa late 20th century     this reproduction of the earlier Dungan & Klump Model No. 4 is complete and in good condition. Ht 35" $150 - $250
321 Olcott Cheney, Berlin, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement column and cornice shelf clock, c1831     Refinished mahogany veneered case with a fair amount of restoration. Veneer repairs on the front edge of the cornice, bottom edge of the base. Bottom tablet is a replacement. The columns are now gold painted. Mirror in the cornice has a corner missing. Clock has potential. Ht 31". $100 - $150
322 Reproduction hand made 8 day time & strike acorn style shelf clock, later 20th century     an old looking E. Ingraham paper label has been affixed inside this clock, but this unique piece is not old and not a factory model. The dial, reverse-paint tablet, etc. all are recent, as is the Asian repro movement that may need cleaning. Ht 22 1/2" $100 - $200
323 Ridgeway modern reproduction mahogany 8 day Westminster Chime grandmother or dwarf clock, 1988     the elaborate and heavy solid wood case is a great small size and in near new condition. The German 351-020 3-train pendulum movement ticks and chimes, and also turns a moon dial in the arch. Includes original owner's manual and warranty card. Ht 48" $300 - $600
324 Riley Whiting, Winchester, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish with some veneer missing on the base. Stenciling appears to be original with some wear next to the door lock. Original painted dial is very nice for its age. Mirror is a replacement. Hands are period. Movement is correct for this maker. Very clean label inside case. Ht 34 1/2". $175 - $225
325 Sessions Clock Co., "St. Clair", 8 day calendar wall timepiece, c1915.     Refinished oak case in clean condition. Original paper dial with some wear around the winding arbor. Original hands and pendulum. It may have had a "Regulator" stenciled glass as the current glass is modern. Remains of a label on the back of the case. Ht 32 1/2". $100 - $150
326 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Adamantine 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1901     the black Adamantine has dulled a bit, but the green faux marble surfaces are glossy, and overall condition is very good. The paper dial is remarkably clean, and most of the rear label is intact. There is the usual date code on the base. The movement ticks and strikes, and looks clean. This was a popular model, but not shown in Seth Thomas trade catalogs. It was sold by mail order firms. Ht 11" $150 - $250
327 Seth Thomas Clock Co., marine tableau 8 day time only rear wind clock, c1950     we have an unusual entire shipboard scene here, including cast metal figures of a sailor seated on his trunk, his parrot, wheeled cannon, railing, piled cannonballs, anchor with chain and capstan, and ship's wheel surround for the clock dial, all in very nice condition. The wooden planked deck has a braided rope edge. The clock winds and ticks. Overall height 10" $100 - $200
328 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Automatic Eight Day Long Alarm" oak round top mantel clock, c1920     this is in very nice original condition with good finish and paper dial. The unusual movement, with its striking train dedicated to ringing the alarm (a very long time), ticks but may need cleaning. Ht 12 1/2" $75 - $150
329 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Denver" City series , 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1886.     Refinished walnut case with loss of the gold cross stripes on the door. Original dial with wear to the surface and the numbers. Hands, tablet and pendulum are original. Ht 17" $75 - $150
330 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Drop Octagon 12" oak time only school clock, c1900     the old finish has a soft shine, with just a few scratches and scuffs. The inside paper label is excellent. Glasses, dial and brass bezel are original with correct signs of minor aging. The date stamp on back is indistinct. Movement has broken mainspring so will need service. Ht 24" $200 - $300
331 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No.300" 8 day time and strike brass and glass crystal regulator, c1917     the brass has been nicely repolished, and the beveled glass is all good except for a small crack in the rear door panel. The silvered dial has been polished to brass. The 48S movement has been recently serviced and polished, and the simulated mercury pendulum is complete. Ht 9 1/2" $175 - $275
332 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Globe" wall time piece, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in oak case with painted metal dial, c1900     the case has been refinished. There is minor flaking to the dial. The lower glass has a later painted black trim. Ht 31" $200 - $300
333 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor No. 1", 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in rosewood veneer case with painted metal dial and mirror for lower tablet, c1875     the case has been refinished. The dial is an old restoration. The mirror in lower door is a later replacement. Ht 33" $250 - $350
334 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Shell Column" model with faux tortoise shell columns, 30 hour time and strike column shelf clock, c1870     Refinished rosewood and mahogany veneered case with some damage to the veneer on the base and the top and small piece missing near the door knob. Column tops and bottom are not gold painted. Dial was repainted some time ago. Tablet in the door appears to be original. Hands are original. Movement is signed. Clean label inside. Ht 25". $200 - $300
335 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day time and strike cottage clock, c1880.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish with some veneer loss on the base and the half round molding on the front. Original painted dial with soiled areas and minor paint loss. Original ST hands. Tablet is original. Clean label inside case. Ht 14 1/2" $60 - $90
336 Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., 8 day time and strike column & cornice shelf clock, c1860     Mahogany veneered case in a rubbed down original finish with a couple of veneer chips to the bottom door. Original dial has been repainted. A picture is included that shows the dial before repainting. Both tablets are original. Original gilt columns with wear and loss. Hands are original. Movement is signed. Tablets by William B. Fenn. Ht 32 1/2" $275 - $375
337 Spencer & Seymour, New York, 30 hour time and strike OG shelf clock, c1850.     Refinished mahogany veneered case with some small veneer chips on the corners and small piece missing the bottom corner. Original painted dial with some loss at the mounting pins. Minute hand is a replacement. Hour hand is original. Tablet is original. Movement is marked "C. S. Sperry, New York". Ht 26" $175 - $225
338 Unknown, (possibly a Chauncey Boardman) 30 hour time and strike/alarm half column & splat shelf clock, c1835     Partially refinished mahogany veneered case with a lot of restoration. The bottom board has been replaced. Chimneys and splat are replacements. Mirror is period, but most likely a replacement. Hands are original. Original wood painted dial with some inpainting. Ht 34" $50 - $75
339 Unknown, (too much of the label is missing) , 30 hour, time and strike/alarm OG shelf clock, c1850; and shelf clock case only with stenciled half columns     Stripped mahogany veneered case with some loss at the corners and on the case sides. Original painted wood dial with some loss at the mounting pins. Hands and tablet are original. Ht 25". The additional case with this lot has no movement, glasses or top, Ht 30.5" $50 - $75
340 Unknown, 30 hour time and strike wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1845     Extensively restored clock case. Door is a modern replacement. Dial has been poorly repainted. Hands are for a German wag clock. Top appears to have been replaced. There are no weights for this clock. Ht 33" $90 - $120
341 Unknown, 8 day time and strike steeple clock variant. We have never seen this model before. It could have been made by an individual craftsman as it is fitted with a Terry and Andrews movement that dates from an earlier period. It does not appear to be a factory made clock as the backboard is made from walnut which is a wood not normally used for that purpose. If it was a manufactured piece, a movement closer to the age of the case and fancy pendulum would have been chosen, c1880     Walnut case with a burl veneer front in an original finish. Front door with repairs. Paper dial has age darkened. Ht 26". $250 - $350
342 Unknown, Modern , 8 day, banjo or Patent timepiece, c1980     Modern mahogany banjo timepiece in nice condition. The movement is marked E. O. Stennes as well as the weight. The tablets are by Tom Moberg. The problem is this case does appear to have the same quality of craftsmanship as would befit Stennes. Maybe someone was able to obtain a Stennes movement and weight and make their own case. The whole case has been finished inside and out with a heavy and shiny coat of varnish or shellac that is not typical of a Stennes. The lip on the throat panel and the banjo head are stamped 18 with no other markings, but overall it is still an attractive timepiece. Ht 29.5" $300 - $500
343 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Imperial" rosewood 8 day spring wound time only wall clock, Connecticut, c1885     this is a lovely and unusual case, refinished, with a replacement paper dial. The round top movement also is unusual and has no markings, and probably should be cleaned. Ht 32" $250 - $400
344 Vienna Regulator, "W. Schönberger Wien", 2 weight walnut time and strike wall clock, c1870     this is a project clock with good potential. The signed porcelain dial is in good condition, the movement is high quality (but needs cleaning), and the case is well made although missing its top, glass panels, and bottom finial. Ht 38" $350 - $450
345 Vienna Regulator, unsigned 2-weight walnut time and strike wall clock, c1900     this ornate case has a nice old finish, but may be missing a bottom bracket piece. The white porcelain dial has some hairlines. The movement style shows American influences, and will need cleaning and new cords. There is some tarnish on the brass large weights and pendulum. Ht. 37" $300 - $500
346 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Plush Toilette" 30 hour cloth covered lady's clock set, c1890     this rare item is in remarkably good complete original condition considering what could have been worn, lost or damaged. It is amazing to find the perfume bottles and stoppers. However, the original covering was "plush" (it is intact on the sides between the bottles and the clock). Most of the plush is actually missing and the green fabric is what is left. However, it looks OK. The paper dial has seconds track. Note that the lid hinges lost their brads, but this is easily remedied. The rear wind time only movement ticks and stops. Another nice item from the collection of Kent Kroeber. Ht 9" $200 - $300
347 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., upper and lower mechanisms for a calendar clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with perpetual calendar, c1880     the mechanisms are now in a contemporary case without dials. Ht 20" $200 - $400
348 Wells Forbes, Bristol NH, mahogany bevel front time, strike & alarm 30 hour wooden works shelf clock, dated 1842     this case has an old finish with a few small losses, but overall very good condition. The mirror tablet is old with some small tarnish areas, and the top glass is wavy. The original paper label is mostly intact and shows the 1842 date. There are 2 bells, one inside for the hour striking and one on top (needs to be reattached) for the alarm. The original painted wood dial has some wear and infill. The wooden works movement, with extra wheels and weight for the alarm train, is functional but may need service. Ht 27" $150 - $250
349 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Germany for J.E. Caldwell, Philadelphia bracket clock, 8 day, time and quarter hour bim bam strike in a mahogany case with brass handles, feet and lion ornaments, c1900     the case retains its original finish and the top right case molding has 1/4" indent. Ht 16" $200 - $300
350 Wm. Gilbert & Co., Winsted, Conn. "Columbia" wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a walnut case with painted metal dial, c1901     the case retains its original finish with replaced lower left and right finials and replaced door glass. The dial is repainted. Ht 36" $300 - $500
351 E. Howard, Boston, partial movement only (no pallets) for No.70 wall regulator     this movement is properly stamped and numbered, and with a pallet assembly would be complete. Includes pulley. $100 - $150
352 English long case 8 day time and strike movement only, Simon Willard signature (?), c1785     scratched onto the back plate is "cleaned by Simon Willard Roxbury 1786" and an 1841 service notation by another clockmaker. We cannot verify this attribution, but the movement is complete with bell, grooved barrels, rack & snail strike, etc. Note: movement only, no weights, pendulum, seat board etc. This movement could have easily been finished in America from English castings. It is very similar to movements on clocks with genuine Boston maker's names on the dial including Willards which were finished from English castings. $300 - $600
353 M.(Mark) Barr, Lanark, Scotland brass 8 day time and strike longcase clock movement, painted dial and pendulum, c1836     generally good, the painted arch top dial (14 1/2" wide x 20 1/2" high) has the four seasons represented and named in its corners, and has a lovely scene in its top with a woman, man and boat, small losses. The listed maker name is clear on the darkened dial with just small losses at the mounting posts, margin and a few other spots. The movement, mounted directly to the dial with no false plate, is a typical one of the period; with its pulleys and top bell. The pendulum bob is nicely decorated. The seat board is new wood, and there are no weights Looks complete but has not been tested. $300 - $500
354 Long case Striking Clock Movements- 3 (Three): English 8 day long case 30 hour wooden works; American (?) 30-hour continuous chain, 19th century     2 of these old movements look complete and usable. The 8 day brass works has rack & snail strike and grooved barrels. The wood movement is thick and chunky, on an old probably original seatboard. The most unusual is the cutaway 30 hour brass, complete with bell, pulleys and seatboard with a little "restored 1933" plate. Note: no pendulums, weights, dials, etc. Small movement doesn't appear complete as we see no minute post and hour gear different color and doesn't mesh with intermediate wheel. $500 - $900
355 Clocks- 2 (Two) American small nickel plated swivel head 30 hour swivel head desk clocks, early 20th century     this pair of little novelty clocks have old original surfaces on their cases, and their white dials -- marked "Made in U.S.A." -- are near perfect. Beveled glasses are fine. Rear wind movements tick and stop. Ht 4" $75 - $100
356 Clocks- 2 (Two) and watch and clock parts and tools: a modern cuckoo a Shulz 400 day clock, watch and clock movements, tools and spare parts     the dome on the anniversary clock is in good condition. Mutiple lots sold "as is". $50 - $75
357 Clocks- 2 (Two) Connecticut mahogany 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, Seth Thomas & Jerome, mid to late 19th century     the Chauncey Jerome steeple clock is early, with conical finials, excellent label, painted metal dial, and veneered case in very nice condition with virtually no losses, but the bottom glass now is clear, Ht 20". The Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Omaha", a city clock, has a rear date code of 1885. Sadly, it is missing the top part of its gallery, its dial and pendulum, but retains its lyre plate movement, Ht 18". Both movements will need service. $200 - $350
358 Clocks- 2 (Two) Connecticut mahogany 8 day time and strike shelf clocks, George Marsh short carved case (for parts) and unsigned OG, mid 19th century     the large ogee has no maker name or label, has clear lower glass, painted wood dial with small losses, and veneered case mostly in good condition, Ht 29 1/2". The Marsh, from Bristol, Conn, has some wonderfully carved feet, splat and half columns, but is missing its door and has been fit with a later spring wound movement requiring 2 extra holes in the painted wood dial, Ht 27 1/2" $200 - $300
359 Clocks- 2 (Two) dwarf tall cases, modern bench made reproductions. one complete, one case and dial only     completing the second example will provide a matched pair of nice reproductions, both with hand painted Joshua Wilder dials. The complete clock has a Kilburn & Proctor movement, with pendulum and weight (not shown in photo), and will need cleaning. Hts 48 1/2" $350 - $550
360 Clocks- 2 (Two) eight day time and strike mahogany tambour clocks, early 20th century: Ansonia and Seth Thomas     both cases have their original finishes with small scuffs and cracks. Metal dials are original and only slightly worn, convex glasses are fine. Movements tick and strike but will need service; sold "as is". Both 9" high. $100 - $200
361 Clocks- 2 (Two) German 400 day anniversary timepieces, 1 with disk pendulum, plus an extra glass dome, 20th century     older is Fortuna disk pendulum clock in very nice overall condition, small letters at bottom of porcelain dial say "Made in Germany for T.S. - N.Y.", back plate has stamped number 118262, Ht 11". 4-ball Schatz has duller brass base, movement has stamp Jahresuhrenfabrik 49, dated 1952, Ht 12 1/2". Both are complete with their torsion springs but not tested, sold as is. Extra dome is 11" high. $125 - $225
362 Clocks- 2 (Two) German 400 day disk pendulum brass clocks with glass domes, 20th century     bases, domes and movements are complete and intact. Smaller clock is earlier, in good overall condition, but missing its torsion spring. Larger Schatz with '49' movement has been upgraded with a highly polished older disk pendulum in place of its original 4-ball version. Neither has been tested. Ht 12" and 11" $150 - $300
363 Clocks- 2 (Two) German Black Forest 30 hour weight driven bell strike wag-on-walls, painted shield dials, larger is 19th century, smaller is 20th     these are decorative rustic wall clocks, one antique and one a more modern reproduction. The dials are colorful, especially the larger older one which has the typical curved warping, and in very good condition. Both movements need service; the older one, with wood plates, needs weights. Ht of dials 9 1/2" and 12" $100 - $250
364 Clocks- 2 (Two) German brass and glass novelty clocks, Kundo Electronic and Schatz carriage, later 20th century     the Kundo is in nearly new condition and comes in its original packaging. It requires a battery, and has not been tested, but has a magnetically impulsed pendulum that advances that hands. Ht 9 1/2" with glass dome. The carriage clock, with its movement stamped "59", ticks but needs service; its case has tarnished. Ht 5" $100 - $200
365 Clocks- 2 (Two) gingerbread kitchen 8 day time and strike wood Connecticut mantel clocks, New Haven and Welch, late 19th century     larger is a mahogany New Haven with alarm and original painted metal dial with some flaking, missing bottom side gingerbread, Ht 23". The other is a mixed lot - an Ingraham "Lake Line" case, c. 1915, a Welch movement, new hands and a New Haven pendulum bob and its oak case needs more finish and paper dial is newer, Ht 21 1/2". Both cases have been stripped, glasses are old. Movements could use service. $125 - $225
366 Clocks- 2 (Two) Howard Miller modern 8 day mantel clocks, late 20th century     larger and better is "Signature Series No.137" crystal regulator style with inlaid wood top and base, rectangular plate 2 bell movement, compensating glass tube pendulum, Ht 13". Smaller is oak Model 613-178 with 340-020 floating balance Westminster chime movement, Ht 11 1/2". Both are in very good condition, but not tested, sold "as is". $100 - $200
367 Clocks- 2 (Two) mahogany Connecticut 30 hour time and strike steeple clocks, Waterbury & Jerome, mid 19th century     the Chauncey Jerome is earlier, with conical finials and faded etched glass tablet, but is missing some veneer. The Waterbury has a nice floral tablet and repainted metal dial. Both have labels and old patina on the cases. The movements will need cleaning. Hts 19" $150 - $250
368 Clocks- 2 (Two) oak 8 day mantel clocks: E. Ingraham Connecticut "Dahlia" gingerbread c1895 and a Smiths Westminster chime tambour, mid 20th century     both cases are in very nice condition with good glasses. Movements tick, strike and chime, and appear to be clean, however sold "as-is". Both are from a reputable collector. Heights are 9" and 22". $150 - $300
369 Clocks- 2 (Two) oak mantel: Gilbert Clock Co. 8 day time and strike cabinet, c1895; Foster Campos plug in miniature long case later 20th century     the Gilbert, included in their "Set of Champions", has bold patterns of leaves, birds and eggs in the nest. The original paper dial is dark and worn, and the movement needs cleaning although it ticks and strikes, Ht 17". The Campos brand appears on the back of this simple case, below the running Lanshire movement, but we have not seen this model before, Ht 14 3/4". $100 - $200
370 Clocks- 2 (Two) rosewood roundtop 8 day time and strike Connecticut Ingraham and Gilbert mantel clocks, later 19th century     larger is E. Ingraham "Venetian" with old glasses, newer paper dial, and interesting old dealer stamp on rear from Young & Co., Laconia, N.H., Ht 15 1/2". Smaller Gilbert "Round Top" is a simpler case without lower glass; paper dial is old and lifting, hands are mismatched, gong is incorrect, and there are some small veneer losses on bottom edges, Ht 13". Both are c1880 and cases were refinished, their movements can use service. $150 - $250
371 Clocks- 2 (Two) Seth Thomas 30 hour time & alarm rosewood cottage clocks, c1870     these are the desirable smallest size, but both need case restoration of tired finishes and loose joints. The flat top has missing veneer, worn label, and a new dial. The octagon top has a nice label, original flaking painted metal dial and floral reverse paint tablet, Both movements will need service as well. Both heights around 9" $100 - $150
372 Clocks- 2 (Two) Seth Thomas small 8 day time only mahogany banjo clocks, 20th century     larger, with nice reverse paint glasses, is the Homestead-2W model, c1953, Ht 25". Smaller, c1932, is a Danvers with colored flowers in front panels, Ht 19". Both are in very good cosmetic condition with original paper labels on backs, but their 4-jewel movements will need service, so sold "as is". $100 - $200
373 Clocks- 2 (Two) small rear wind 30 hour metal drum clocks in ornate stands, Ansonia and British United, late 19th century     these old novelty clocks are in good condition with some wear, both tick but sold "as is". The smaller Ansonia, with beveled glass, sits in a wood, pressed metal, and inside velvet case, Ht 4". The British clock case is nicely shaped and inlaid wood, but its porcelain dial is cracked and chipped, Ht 6" $100 - $200
374 Clocks- 2 (Two) Wall Clock Reproductions 8 day: DEA R/A striker with large crest; New England time only with shelves and sconces     The DEA is Asian, the New England has a small German movement (missing pendulum). Cosmetic condition on both is very good, but movements not tested. DEA ht is 36" $100 - $150
375 Clocks- 2 (Two) Waltham Watch Co. 37-size 7 jewel 8 day car clocks, c1915     both have seconds dials and red dot wind indicators. The black dial is in remarkably good condition. Serial numbers are in the 19 and 20 million ranges. Balance staffs are okay but movements need service, sold as is with no further condition reports. $100 - $150
376 Clocks- 2 (Two) wood 8 day time and strike mantel clocks, Atkins and Welch, later 19th century     mahogany beehive retains its blue E.N.Welch paper label, glasses are old but lower colorful one may not be original, dial paint looks newer, rubbed case has some small veneer losses, glass prob. original, but missing black asphaltum backing, Ht 19". Atkins "London", with refinished rosewood, has old glasses and repainted gold columns, incorrect S/T hands, and repainted dial center, Ht 17". Both movements could use cleaning and c1860. $150 - $300
377 Clocks- 2 (Two) wood 8 day time and strike parlor clocks, 1 reproduction mirror-side and 1 old New Haven     repro is quality modern version of New Haven "Occidental" in very good overall condition. The antique is that maker's "Parisian" model, c1890, walnut case refinished, paper dial torn and has all three finials replaced, Ansonia tablet & pendulum bob. Both movements could use cleaning. Hts 24". $125 - $225
378 Clocks- 2 (Two) wood case 8 day time and strike reproductions, late 20th century     the wall clock is heavy and impressive, and has an Asian open spring movement, Ht 41". The solid oak bracket clock is a Mason & Sulivan kit, and has a German floating balance movement dated 1975, Ht 16". Not tested, sold "as is". $150 - $300
379 Clocks- 3 (Three) American metal novelty clocks: Lux; New Haven; Jennings; early 20th century     the Lux 30 hour "Dixie Boy" has moving eyes and swinging necktie, original paint, c1937, Ht 9". The New Haven 30 hour night clock has its good beveled glass, porcelain dial and ornate case illuminated by the little flashlight bulb mounted in front of it on the black wood case, Ht 6". The Jennings Bros. 8 day, in a heavy fancy bronze finish cast metal case, has a good beveled glass and porcelain dial with seconds track, Ht 9 1/2". They tick, but are sold "as is". $200 - $400
380 Clocks- 3 (Three) Connecticut mantel clocks -- black iron, gold novelty, cottage - late 19th & early 20th century     black iron, repainted some time ago, is 8 day time and strike New Haven "Czarin", Ht 10 1/2". Novelty is a highly ornate cast metal case, original gold patina, with standing youths and a dolphin, but now fit with a modern 30 hour movement, Ht 14". Oldest is the mahogany time only 30 hour Jerome cottage clock with original finish, dial, glass etc. that will restore nicely, Ht is just 9". All movements will need service. $100 - $200
381 Clocks- 3 (Three) Connecticut Mantel Clocks, 8 day time and strike: one black Ingraham, one stained wood Ingraham, one Sessions tambour     except for two glasses, all three are basically complete and restorable. Ingrahams are 10.75" high $150 - $250
382 Clocks- 3 (Three) German Black Forest modern 3-weight cuckoo clocks, late 20th century     these all were more costly and complicated 3-weight models with colorful carvings and animation. Tallest with antlers is 16" high to bottom of case. Movements and bellows look complete and clean, but not tested; sold "as is". $100 - $250
383 Clocks- 3 (Three) Hamburg American Clock Co. German small 8 day time only wood pendulum mantel clocks, c1900     all three cases are well made of nice wood with inlay, columns, brass capitals, finial, etc. The little movements are good quality with springs in barrels, but not tested. Dials are worn but complete, and the convex glasses are fine. Tallest Ht 13" $175 - $275
384 Clocks- 3 (Three) Seth Thomas Modern Wood Case Reproductions: 31 day Japan school clock; square "Currier & Ives" battery wall clock; "Plymouth Hollow" 8 day time only shelf clock     All three are complete and in very nice cosmetic condition, but not tested. Shelf clock ht 23" $100 - $250
385 Clocks- 3 (Three) small American desk clocks, Terry mini iron alarm, H.Davies & Seth Thomas, late 19th & early 20th centuries     these are three interesting and relatively rare models in good original condition with some wear. The Davies 30 hour balance wheel wood "Surprise" has a good rear label. The Terry, with a dark partial rear label, missing glass, and painted case, has a 30 hour alarm movement with tic tac pendulum. The Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Tivoli", with bottom label and gold embossed leather covered lancet case, has their 8 day 4 jewel movement. All are about 6" high. Not tested and sold "as is". $150 - $300
386 Clocks- 3 (Three) small clocks: Waltham 8 day mahogany, Mercedes German green marble 30 hour, and unsigned carved and painted wood 30 hour wall clock, 20th century     the oval Waltham, on its swivel stand, is in somewhat worn original condition and needs service, c1930, Ht 11". The heavy marble case is more recent and ticks, Ht 5 1/2". The oval carved wood case is heavy, colorful and ornate, and ticking can be heard. All offered as is. $100 - $200
387 Clocks- 3 (Three): two German Black Forest modern 30 hour cuckoo clocks, c1980 and an United Electric Clock Co., Brooklyn, Roosevelt 30 hour novelty clock, c1940     one of the cuckoos has animation and music box with 3 weights, the other is 2 weights, and both look complete, Hts 13" and 21" without weights. FDR case has been repainted; clock ticks and stops, and while ticking, the bartender's arm shakes the martini; paper dial has darkened; the 2 little electric sockets and wiring should be tested. Ht 11". $100 - $150
388 Clocks- 4 (Four) German novelties three thirty hour and one electronic, 20th century     the brass and glass electronic is by Kieninger & Obergfell, and has a good glasses in a tarnished case, and worn dial, Ht 9 1/2". The inlaid wood roundtop has beveled glass, an alarm movement and the HAC crossed arrows trademark, Ht 5". Same trademark is on the little red metal drum case which needs its top bell reattached. Cutest is the tiny birdcage, tarnished brass, with its twitching bird and annular dial, Ht 6". All sold untested, as is. $150 - $250
389 Clocks- 4 (Four) German small rear wind desk clocks: one has music box and one striking, 20th century     the light-color solid marble round top case has an unsigned dial and 30 hour movement. The Domino has nice floral paintings on its black painted metal case and a 30 hour movement, and its music box plays Mozart's "Beruhmtes Menuet"; it is the tallest at 4 1/2" high. The square brass Mauthe has an 8 day striking movement. The Renco weather station, on a hinged heavy brass stand, includes a jeweled 30 hour alarm clock, barometer, thermometer, and 1966 engraved presentation "From Friends at Children's Hospital". $100 - $200
390 Clocks- 6 (Six) mantel & shelf clocks: includes Welch 8 day OG, Gilbert miniature OG, Ingraham kitchen, Seth Thomas miniature rear wind tambour, and two modern reproductions     wood cases are all in very nice condition, largest (OG) is 29" high. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $400
391 Clocks- 6 (Six) small clocks including A.Stowell, Boston, French carriage clock, alarm clocks, and a commercial time-switch. early 20th century     the star of this varied lot is the time only carriage clock with near perfect porcelain dial, intact beveled glasses, and original lever platform on the quality movement which needs cleaning, Ht 6" including handle. The light green marble desk clock is missing its minute hand and oval glass. There are 3 alarm clocks: "Big Ben De Luxe" on a wood stand; Westclox "Silent Night" plug in electric in a round top metal case; and an ornate cast metal with a dial marked "BDC, Made in U.S.A. for Bankers Development Corporation". The Hartford Time Switch has a large twin spring balance wheel movement which controlled a 250 volt 3 pole circuit. All sold "as is". $150 - $300
392 Clocks- 6 (Six) wall clocks: modern Asian wood reproductions including three schoolhouse, a mosaic ionic, and a two weight cuckoo. All except one are strikers. A wall mount shelf for gingerbreads completes the lot     all the cases are in very nice condition. Largest is 23" high. Multiple lots sold "as is". $150 - $300
393 Clocks- 7 (Seven) metal desk clocks, 8 day and 30 hour, 20th century     the best is a brass lancet case, J.E. Caldwell dial, with a French adjusted balance wheel 8 day movement, Ht 6". Others are lower grade but include a Lux with animated beer drinking, a German village church scene with a clock in its tower, a Phinney-Walker lighter clock, and a Reuge with music box. All sold "as is". $100 - $250
394 Clocks- 9 (Nine) Banjos: American wood case examples by Seth Thomas, Herschede, New Haven, Sessions. Two are plug-in electrics, others are windup.     largest, time & strike, is 29" high. Multiple lot, sold "as is." $100 - $250
395 Clocks- 9 (Nine) Mantel clocks: assortment of early 20th century 8 day time and strike wood and Adamantine cases by Seth Thomas, Welch, Gilbert, Sessions and Ingraham.     largest, Gilbert Curfew, is 19" high. Multiple lots sold "as is". $200 - $500
396 Clocks & Parts- 9 (Nine) piece mixed lot: best is French black marble and brass over iron Ansonia, also includes two watch hutches, Big Ben alarm, reproduction skeleton (German) under cracked dome, two movements, and a thin mineral slice with quartz unit behind     Ansonia brass over cast iron is 10 1/2" high. Multiple lots sold "as is". $250 - $450
397 Music boxes- 3 (Three) small modern wooden box players, two Swiss Thorens and one Italian Intarsitalia     All are in like-new cosmetic condition. The larger Thorens, with its original green cardboard box and instruction booklet, plays 4 tune choice of Faust Waltz, Santa Lucia, Tales of Vienna Woods, and Blue Danube; Ht 3". The smaller Thorens, offering Tales of Vienna Woods and Blue Danube Waltz, needs some oil. The Italian, in its glossy inlaid box, plays When the Saints.... $100 - $300
398 Automaton with music box, depicting castle scene with moving windmill, water wheel, soldiers on turret and horse back and rocking ship. The scene is enclosed in a background painted large oval dome, c1875     the piece is in overall good original condition with several figures detached but present. There is a selection of two tunes, probably Swiss, a nice hand finished mechanism playing Les Sirenes Waltz and Aida March. Ht 23" to top of dome $1500 - $2500
399 Charles Hour, French desk clock, thermometer, barometer and compass set with 8day, time only, spring driven movement in a diamond shaped brass case with triangular handle, c1920     movement to this "weather center" is running. The brass case is unpolished with maker's signature on bottom. There are both Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometer dials, now darkened. There is a small chip at 4 on and minor chips around winding arbor on the white enamel dial. 4 1/2" to top of handle $250 - $350
400 D. Gumbiner, Swiss desk clock or partners clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in brass case with double sided Arabic numeral metal dial, c1910     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The brass case is slightly darkened. Ht 3 1/2" $200 - $300
401 French figural desk clock with 30 hour Swiss pocket watch bar movement in a brass case with spelter figure of "Puck" or goat boy, and bird perched on top all resting on four ball feet, c1875     the balance is free, but not ticking. the case retains its original finish in good condition with no damage. Ht 7" $200 - $300
402 French for retailer Byrne, Liverpool, England miniature carriage clock, 8day, time only, spring driven movement with platform escapement in sterling silver case with Roman numeral white enamel dial, c1890     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The dial has a tiny hairline near 9 and some loss to retailer's signature. The inside of case is vermeil. Ht 3 1/2" to top of handle $800 - $1000
403 French, 30 hour ebony and oak miniature timepiece in the form of a tall clock, c1910     Nicely made oak case with ebony accents in original finish. Porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are fine. Key wind, key set lever movement watch is Swiss made and is marked "Chevron", 8 jewels. Ht 14 1/2" $600 - $900
404 Gubelin, Swiss, 8 day world time, desk timepiece, c1950     gilt and brass case is in very good condition with some tarnish and wear. Dial with raised gilt markers for the numbers is in very fine condition. Hands are original. Outer dial is set to your time zone and then indicates proper time for 2-dozen major cities. Heavy and well made; running. Ht 5 3/4" $150 - $300
405 Gubelin, Switzerland multi-dial calendar moon phase desk clock, 8 day 15 jewel alarm movement in brass case, c1965     original finish is showing some wear and tarnish, but heavy case is undamaged. Unusual dial has subsidiary tracks for month, day and date. Winding, setting and alarm controls are accessed from the back. Clock ticks, sets and advances date okay. Ht 7" $350 - $550
406 LeCoultre, Switzerland "Floating Hands" desk clock, ref. 425, 8 day, spring driven, Swiss movement in gilt brass and glass circular case with raised baton hands and hour markers with unusual "floating hand" illusion while telling time, c1960     the clock is in excellent original condition and is running at time of cataloging. A similar example ref. 439 sold at Antiquorum on May 15th, 2011 for 2375 Swiss Francs (approx. $2600). Ht 8" $800 - $1200
407 Sicura, Swiss gilt desk clock and hour glass combination with 23J, spring driven movement and metal dial with date at 3 inset into top of hour glass. The bottom of glass is inset with a gilt horse's head, c1965     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). There is some oxidation to gilding. Ht 4" $100 - $150
408 Swiss desk clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in powder blue guilloché and white enamel case with Arabic numeral white enamel dial, c1880     good running order (winds, sets and ticks). The enamel is in good condition with no loss and the dial has several faint hairlines. Ht 4" $800 - $1100
409 Swiss, for "Saks Fifth Avenue", ormolu desk clock in Art Nouveau motif, with a different lady emptying her water jug on each side of the dial. 8 day time and strike, c1950     other than an abraded attaching nut for the rear bell/ dust cover, this clock is otherwise in excellent original condition, clean and running. Ht 7 1/4" $400 - $600
410 Waltham Watch Co. / Hudson Super Six 8 day 37 size 7 jewel dashboard car clock, 1920     this heavy auto clock retains its curved metal dashboard mount. The special Hudson dial has a few hairlines along with its red dot wind indicator. The nickel plate case and thick beveled glass are fine. The movement ticks but at least one of the two mainsprings needs replacement. Dial diameter is 2.25" $125 - $225
411 Waltham Watch Co. No.1427 8 day black painted oval hanging library timepiece, c1925     the original finish has some scratches, wear, and a few chips on the gold leaf. The painted metal dial has some small discolored areas but otherwise is quite clean. The 37-size twin-spring movement ticks and sets but will need cleaning. Ht 12.5" including hanger Dial is unusual as Roman numerals, unlike Arabic, are rarely all vertical, but usually follow the curve of the dial. $100 - $250
412 Yard Swiss double side 8 day 15 jewel brass, glass and marble desk clock, c1925     sadly, one side of this heavy and high quality clock is missing its dial and hands, but the other side makes a fine presentation with its applied numbers, beveled glass, flattened oval form, and green marble base. The brass needs polishing, and the nice Concord Watch Co. movement ticks and sets but needs cleaning. Ht 5" $125 - $250
413 Zenith Swiss heavy brass and glass small 8 day Deco style desk alarm clock, c1930     "metal dore" is stamped on the base of this quality brass case which, along with the 2-tone dial, shows some tarnish. The higher grade movement ticks and sounds the alarm, controlled by the top square button, but could use cleaning. Ht 3 1/2" $150 - $300
414 Jaeger-LeCoultre Swiss "Atmos" table clock, jeweled movement runs on changes of atmospheric pressure and temperature, gold-plated brass and glass case, serial number 562373, c1975     case and movement all look original, clean, shiny and undamaged. Includes original booklet, setup sheet and inspection ticket. Runs and keeps time. Ht 9". $400 - $600
415 LeCoultre, Switzerland "Atmos", 15J, self winding perpetual running time piece in a brass and glass case, s#32297, c1945     the brass case is beginning to darken and the dial and numerals are oxidized. Ht 9" $300 - $400
416 French, rare Round cased fusee carriage clock with dial facing upwards , 8 day, time only, spring driven movement with 2 plane lever escapement in brass case with four brass feet, and a cylinder of glass surrounding the movement, allowing the whole movement to be visible, c1886     it is in good running order. The case, dial and crystal are in excellent condition. For reference to this clock and the escapement please see Allix & Bonnert's "Carriage Clocks", pages 213 - 214. We sold a similar example in our last auction of May 15th, 2011, lot 896, for $1900 plus Buyer's Premium. $2200 - $2700
417 France, carriage clock, Anglaise case with Rococo decorations and multicolor finely painted porcelain panels of Victorian ladies, 8 day, time, half hour strike and hour repeat, spring driven movement in gilded brass case, c1880     ticks and stops, strike works well. The clock is in excellent condition with no damage to the panels on both sides and dial. Ht 8" to top of dial $6000 - $8000
418 France, carriage clock in bamboo style brass case with enamel floral, butterfly, fish and avian decorations with 8 day, time, half hour strike and hour repeat, spring driven movement and similarily decorated Roman numeral dial, c1890     ticks and strikes. The case is in very good condition with no damage to the enamel. The knob pull is missing from the rear door. Ht 8" to top of handle $6000 - $8000
419 France, carriage clock, Grande Sonnerie with calendar, alarm and repeat in Anglaise brass case with turned columns, 8 day, spring driven movmement with multicolor Roman numeral whtie enamel dial, c1885     good running order, winds, ticks and strikes. The case is slightly darkened and needs to be polished. The dial has no hairlines. Ht 8" to top of handle $4500 - $5500
420 France, carriage clock in gilded brass cannelée case with multicolor painted porcelain panels each having a finely engraved silver mask, 8 day, time, half hour strike and hour repeat with Roman numeral white enamel dial, c1890     ticks but does not strike. The case and panels are in excellent condition with no damage. Ht 7" to top of dial $7000 - $9000
421 French miniature time only 8 day oval brass & glass carriage clock with travel case, c1900.     this tiny ornate case has good beveled glass all around, and old patina on the brass. The cylinder balance platform is old. The white porcelain dial has some hairlines on the top corner. The high quality movement ticks but could use cleaning. The leather covered case, with blue velvet interior, is missing its strap but is otherwise is in pretty good condition, and nice to have. Ht 4" $350 - $550
422 Paul Garnier, Paris, France Series III carriage clock in brass corniche case with 8 day, time, half hour bell strike, hour repeat and alarm, spring driven movement with original chaff cutter platform escapement and Roman numeral white enamel dial, c1860 s#3018     good running order, it wind, ticks and strikes. The white enamel dial has a tiny fracture in lower left hand corner. The case and the movement are in excellent condition and have recently been polished and cleaned. The unusual escapement is documented in Derek Robert's "Carriage and other Traveling Clocks", page 45. Ht 7 1/2" to top of handle $6500 - $8500
423 Le Roy & Cie, Paris miniature carriage clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement with lever platform escapement in Anglaise case with white enamel dial and finely engraved mask containing maker's signature, c1890     fully wound and trying to tick. The glasses and case are in good condition. The dial is in good condition with no hairlines. Ht 4 1/4" to top of handle $500 - $700
424 Paul Garnier, Paris, France a small Series I carriage clock in brass corniche case with 8 day, time and half hour bell strike, spring driven movement with original chaff cutter platform escapement and engine turned silver dial, c1840 s#506 branded onto topside of bottom board, including leather travel case     good running order, the movement winds, ticks and strikes. There is a small flake in the top glass and pin pricks in the other glasses. The travel case is a perfect fit and period and may be original. The unusual escapement is documented in Derek Robert's "Carriage and other Traveling Clocks", page 45. Ht 6" to top of handle $4500 - $6500
425 Perrin À Paris, France carriage clock in engraved corniche brass case with 8 day, time, half hour strike and hour repeat, spring driven movement with fine platform escapement and helicoil hairspring and Roman numeral white enamel dial, c1840     winds and strikes, but will not cease striking until the spring is wound down. The platform escapement is incredibly fine with a very finely wrought jeweled lever escapement and helicoil hairspring. There are no hairlines on the dial. Ht 7 1/4" to top of handle $3500 - $4500
426 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Apex" crystal regulator three piece garniture set with matching candelabra 8 day, time and gong strike spring driven movement in gilded brass case with four beveled glasses and Roman numeral cream enamel dial, c1905     ticking briskly. The gilded case and candelabra have some slight darkening. The dial has one hairline in the center. Please note the unique pendulum used on the Apex and the Regal models. We recently sold another nice example in our May 16th, 2010 auction, lot 494, for $2000 plus 15% buyer's premium. Ht 18 1/2", Candelabra Ht 19 1/2" $4000 - $5000
427 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Marquis" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with open escapement in brass case with rhinestone highlights on dial and pendulum, c1905     the top urn is complete and original but needs to be reattached (needs nut). The original gilding is worn. Ht 15" $500 - $700
428 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Boar Hunter", 8 day, time and strike, figural mantel clock, c1894     Spelter figure on iron base in very nice condition with the figures and clock case having been nicely cleaned. The feet have a slight amount of loss to the finish. The enameled base has a couple of chips and some loss to the gold in the incised decoration. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Movement is signed. This model is hard to find in such nice condition. Ht 15.75" $750 - $1000
429 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Miranda Figure No.1008" cast metal 8 day time and strike figural mantel clock, c1904     this model was available without the figure, and note that the seated harpist was never attached to the top of the case. The bronzed finish is in very nice condition, and there is no damage or losses to the case. The cream color porcelain dial is pristine. as is the beveled glass. The clean movement, with steel pallets visible escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 16 1/2" $500 - $700
430 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Pompeii", 8 day, time and strike, enameled iron mantel clock with accompanying statue "Music", c1904     Enameled iron case in nice clean condition with some wear to the copper toned ornaments. There is a small repair to the enamel on edges of the top. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Movement is signed. Height not including the statue is 11". $500 - $750
431 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Regulator A" wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with second's bit in black walnut, with veneered drop, with papered metal dial, c1900     the case retains its original finish with veneer in good condition. The dial is original and there is a good label. Ht 32" $300 - $400
432 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Symbol", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in nickel plated brass and glass case, c1880     the nickel finish is worn. There is a 1 1/4" stress crack in brass base, a common malady as the brass was not annealed after stamping. Ht 17 1/4" $400 - $600
433 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., "Triumph", 8 day, time and strike, mirror side mantel clock, in walnut c1880     case in overall fine condition with original finish, nicely waxed. Original dial is very clean for its age. Hands, pendulum, tablet and statues are original. Dark, but readable label on back of case. The Triumph was perhaps the most popular mirror side sold. Ht 24" $400 - $600
434 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Base & Ball" or also named the "Commodore", 8 day, time and ship's bell strike, brass mantel clock with 8 1/2" silvered metal dial signed and retailed by E. P. ROBERTS & SONS INC. PITTSBURGH," s#71117 c1911     ticks and strikes. The cast brass case is in fair condition with wear to the lacquer finish and tarnish. 8.5" "Special" dial has some scratches and minor scuffing. The hands are original. Includes original Chelsea key. We sold an almost identical example also retailed by E.P. Roberts in May of 2011, Lot 710, for $1900 plus 15% buyer's premium. Ht 12 1/2" $1500 - $1900
435 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Mariner" 6" dial Yacht Wheel nickel plate and mahogany stand 8 day ship's bells marine clock, 1914     the less common nickel plating has some spotting and discoloration but still looks good. The mahogany stand retains its original finish with some minor scuffs, and its serial number matches the 101814 on the movement. The bezel is hinged. The standard silvered dial has some tarnish and 'drag' marks from cleaning around the numbers. The movement ticks and strikes but could use cleaning. Ht 18" $1000 - $1500
436 Chelsea Clock Co, Chelsea, Mass., "Limited Edition 2000 Millennium" ship's bell mantel clock with 8 day, spring driven, time and ship's bell strike movement in polished brass case on walnut base with brass platform engraved with the greatest names of the second millennium The dial is silvered metal with applied brass numerals and "MM", c2000     good running order (ticks and strikes), almost new old stock condition. $2000 - $2500
437 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., deck time piece, 8 day, time only spring driven movement in a solid brass case with 8" silvered dial, s#121732 c1918     the piece is in excellent original condition and is in good running order (winds and ticks). Diameter of case 10 3/4" $600 - $800
438 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., ship's clock & barometer set, 8 day, time and ship's bell strike, spring driven movement in a nickel plated case with 6" silvered metal dial, s#598257 c1950     the set is in excellent original condition with well polished cases. Includes original nickel plated key. Diameter of case 7 1/2" $1000 - $1400
439 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., time piece for Stewart-Warner Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, U.S.A., 8 day, time only spring driven movement now housed in a mahogany gimbaled case, s#90695, movement c1913     good running order, (winds and ticks). The dovetailed mahogany case is doweled and not hinged and has thin 2" chip to top front of case. The gimbaled mechanism does not lock down. Ht 5", Wdt & Depth 7 1/2" $300 - $500
440 Eastman Clock Co., Boston retailed by Daniel Pratt's Son, Boston wall time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial, serial number 754, c1886     the case retains its original finish with lower tablet repainted. There is minor flaking on the original dial. Mov't clean and signed with Eastman logo. The same case design would later be used by Chelsea. Ht 33 1/2" $1000 - $1500
441 Eastman Clock Co., Boston, 8 day, banjo or Patent timepiece. Eastman later became the Boston Clock Co. and still later the Chelsea Clock Co, c1890.     Mahogany case in an old finish. Original painted dial is clean for its age with some minor loss at the mounting pins. Hands are original. Tablets are old and look to be original. Three of the balls are missing on the bottom bracket. Movement is signed and also has the number 202 stamped on it. Cap to the top plinth is missing. Ht 37.5" $600 - $800
442 William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Amphion", 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1885.     Walnut case in fine condition in an old finish. There is a small repair on the shield shaped wood piece just above the dial. Hands, pendulum and tablet are original. Hands are original. Original dial has age darkened a little. Bottom mirror insert has a little loss of the silver backing. Nearly complete label on back of case. Ht 25" $800 - $1200
443 William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Thespian", 8 day, time and strike, wall clock, c1910.     Walnut case in fine condition in an original finish. Original paper dial with wear to the finish on the paper. Hands and pendulum are original. Tablet is original. Ht 37". $400 - $500
444 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 11 Regulator " time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in grain painted case with painted iron dial, c1874     the case retains its original finish with a replaced weight baffle. The lower glass tablet professionally repainted. The dial is original and in good condition. Ht 30 1/2" $3000 - $4500
445 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 17 Marble Dial", 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with black painted Roman numerals and red painted minutes and signature, c1874     the red paint on dial has been strengthened. There is some minor abrasion to marble perimeter. The pendulum bob has fancy damascene. The original weight is marked "17". Dial diameter 24", A very heavy item. Ht 43" $2500 - $3500
446 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 5" weight driven 8 day time only, grained cherry case banjo clock, c1890     the old finish retains its graining, and there are no obvious losses or damage to the case. The lower glass has been restored with the wrong pattern. The painted metal dial has the expected faint crackling and some loss to signature. The lower weight baffle is missing, but the circular pattern remains on the pendulum bob. The old weight has "5" cast into it. The signed movement should be cleaned and a new weight cord installed. Ht 28 1/2" $1000 - $1500
447 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 69 Marine or Locomotive Clock" for the American Steam Gauge Co., Boston, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement with lever escapement in brass case with 12" silvered dial signed with s#116111, c1889     the unpolished brass case no longer retains its original nickel finish. The movement is in good running order. The silvered dial is in very good original condition. Overall diameter 15 1/2" $6000 - $9000
448 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 7" time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in walnut case with reverse painted tablets and painted metal dial, c1874     the case is nicely rubbed down and waxed. The dial and lower tablet are repainted. The pendulum bob is a replacement. Clean & runs briskly. As an aside, except for the No. 10 all other sizes were special orders, and one can sometimes find different movements in use. This particular one mounts from the center rear, as is proper, and retains its original wooden shim under the movement to bring the hands to the proper height. Ht 50" $10000 - $15000
449 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Regulator No. 70" wall time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in black walnut case with reverse painted lower tablet and painted metal dial, c1900     the case has an old original finish. The dial is original and in good condition with some flaking around screws. Ht 31" $1750 - $2250
450 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight driven grain painted wood banjo clock, c1910     the signed yellowed paper dial, grained case finish, and reverse-paint glasses are old. There are small cracks on the hinge side of the case head but no major damage or losses. The clean movement looks right but is unsigned, and the weight has "V" cast into its front. The brass pulley is a new replacement. Ht. 29" $800 - $1000
451 E. Ingraham, Bristol, Conn., black painted wood 8 day time and strike gallery clock, c1920     the case is earlier, c1875, but the movement is an obvious later replacement (note filled holes in backboard and modern straps added to movement to attach it to the case. Movement is dated 2 - 29 which is Feb. 1929. Original dial would have been painted, but this one looks to be paper which has discolored slightly. The brass bezel has a few little dents. The open spring movement ticks and strikes but could need cleaning. Diameter 18" overall $300 - $400
452 F. Kroeber Clock Co., "Hartford", 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1881.     Ebonized case with incised decoration in nice condition in an original finish. There is some loss to the gold in the incised lines. Original porcelain dial with some damage and repair at the winding arbors. Hands and pendulum are original. Label with a little damage on back of case. Ht 20.75" $500 - $700
453 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Regulator No. 41", walnut cased timepiece with 8 day, time only, spring driven with 14" painted metal dial, c1881     there is a good full label on the back; two lower finials are accurate replacements. Tablet has been repainted to match Kroeber 1881 catalog. Clock is in excellent overall condition and running briskly, and with great original dial. Note this very clock appears in the Kroeber book, page 113, fig 259. Ly price guide = $3250. Ht 44.5" $2000 - $3000
454 F. Kroeber, New York "Cabinet No. 1" mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in ebonized soft wood case with papered metal dial, c1880     the case retains its original finish. There is some minor abrasion and staining to dial and an excellent label on reverse. Ht 12 1/2" $200 - $300
455 F. Kroeber, New York, "China Set No.31" porcelain group with 8 day time & strike clock and two "Vase No.3", c1898     this very set is pictured on page 377 of Ly's Kroeber book, and is just as you would hope to find it. The porcelain has no chips, cracks or losses, just the fine old craquelure, and the metal castings have an old soft patina. The paper dial has darkened behind the pierced brass mask. The clean movement ticks and strikes. Clock Ht 17" $1000 - $2000
456 F. Kroeber, New York, "Congress" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1880     this clock is in very nice restored condition with three decorative metal pieces applied to the refinished wood. The single barrel pendulum and signed beat scale are in original condition, the paper dial and patterned glass are newer. The paper label on the back indicates that the clock was marketed by the U.S. Clock Co, Henry Terhune & Son. The movement ticks and strikes on a polished brass bell. Ht 24" $300 - $500
457 F. Kroeber, New York, "Grandfather" nickel case 30 hour chronograph, c1885     this rare timepiece is in excellent original condition, registering seconds with the center sweep and quarter-seconds on the smaller dial under the 12. The plated metal case has a nice old patina and only a small minor dent on the back. The 3" paper dial, with 1882 patent date and logo, has aged only slightly, and the beveled glass is fine. The clean movement ticks and stops, and the minute hand is loose, so some service is needed. Overall diameter 4.5" $300 - $450
458 F. Kroeber, New York, "Miranda" ebonized wood 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1885     the original ebonized finish is dull and worn but is mostly intact. The dial has been correctly repapered but the pan needs to be reattached to the bezel. The glass is original and near perfect as is the brass and beveled glass indicator pendulum. The rear paper label is dark but legible. The movement should be serviced. Ht 23" $300 - $450
459 F. Kroeber, New York, "Newton" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1880     there is an old finish on the case, the old glass has an interesting artist's palette motif, and the early paper dial has some staining. The paper inside the fancy indicator pendulum has darkened but the polished brass and thick beveled glass are fine. The original paper label on the back is dark but still can confirm this model's name. The movement ticks and strikes on a deep gong. Ht 20" $250 - $450
460 F. Kroeber, New York, "Polaris" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1880     the case has been nicely restored, and the consignor had two new feet made to replace missing originals (good job, hard to tell). The paper dial and patterned glass are old but not original. The paper label on the back is mostly intact, and the barrel pendulum has old surfaces. The movement ticks and strikes on a large brass bell. Ht 23" $400 - $600
461 F. Kroeber, New York, "Talisman" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1885     the original ebonized finish was removed when the case was restored, but the stained surface looks very good. The original paper on the dial and inside of indicator pendulum have darkened with age, but the pendulum's beveled glass and polished brass are fine. The glass is nice but newer. The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 21 1/2" $350 - $550
462 F. Kroeber, New York, "Winona" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1875     the case has been nicely refinished, and the small carved pieces absent from the top of the door are included and retain their original surface. The barrel pendulum and bell have an old finish, but the dial paper is newer. The hands match the illustration in Ly's book but may be replacements. Two original paper labels are on the back; the larger one alerts the owner that the "hands may be turned backward without injuring Striking Part". The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 21" $250 - $400
463 F. Kroeber, New York, "Winona" walnut 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1875     this clock retains its original finish, clear glass, single barrel pendulum and rear paper labels all in lovely condition. The old paper dial shows some wear, and the hands are the correct style but may be later. The movement ticks and strikes on a polished nickel bell. This model was renamed "Reflex" in1880. Ht 20 1/2" $300 - $400
464 F. Kroeber, New York, walnut and felt 8 day time & strike picture frame clock, c1868     shown on page 101 of Ly's Kroeber book as "unlisted K318", this rare oval piece is in lovely restored condition with a new dial and hands. Inside is a complete paper label, and on the back is a dealer stamp from Schenectany, N.Y. The original Gilbert movement ticks and strikes the hours on a bell. Ht 13" $700 - $1000
465 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Adige", 8 day, time and strike, walnut cabinet mantel clock, c1886     Walnut case in nice condition in an original finish. Original painted dial has a couple of tiny chips and a slight amount of wear to the numbers. Hands and pendulum are original. Ht 23.5" $200 - $300
466 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Saturn" wall clock, 30 day, time only, double spring driven movement in oak case with painted metal dial, c1911     the case has been refinished. There is some minor touch up around center arbor on the dial. The movement has recently been professionally serviced. Ht 35 1/2" $1000 - $1500
467 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Vamoose" wall clock, 30 day, time only, double spring driven movement in grain painted oak case with painted metal dial, c1911     the case retains its original finish with a replaced top (does not match the photograph in Tran Du Ly's "New Haven Clocks & Watches". The dial is orignal and in great condition. The movement, which is stamped New Haven, has been recently professionally serviced. Ht 40" If you look at Ly's book again p. 523, you will see that what remains is the original base piece of the top. However, missing the two applied slanted moldings and the applied center decoration. Should not be too difficult to restore. $600 - $800
468 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Willard" 30-day mahogany banjo timepiece, c1929     the original finish is lightly crazed and the bottom finial is absent. The huge brass top eagle is about 4 times bigger than the original bird. The metal dial has small areas of wear, and the brass side arms and bezel have a bit of tarnish. The glass throat tablet is nearly perfect, the lower one has had some inpainting that now, too, is flaking. The twin-spring time-only movement will need cleaning. Ht 42" $400 - $700
469 Seth Thomas Clock Co. / Ashcroft Mfg. Co. 8" dial 8 day time only boiler room brass wall clock, dial for The Stilwell-Bierce & Smith-Vaile Co., Dayton, Ohio, early 20th century     the heavy brass case, with hinged bezel, has its old finish. The silvered dial has some wear and tarnish with blacking faint on some numbers. The twin-spring balance wheel movement ticks but could use cleaning. Back of the case has red painted numbers. Overall diameter 10 1/2". $400 - $700
470 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., "Regulator No. 1 Extra" wall clock 8 day time and strike weight driven movement in rosewood veneered mahogany case with reverse painted tablet and painted metal dial, c1875     the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed in excellent condition with outstanding matching veneers. There is some minor touch-up to original dial and repaint in second's bit. The label is in very good condition. The lower glass tablet is repainted on old glass. We sold a similar example in similar condition in our auction of May 15th, 2011, lot #756 for $3500. Ht 44" $2500 - $3500
471 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No.30" oak weight driven 8 day time only wall clock, c1909     the case's original varnish has turned very dark, there are a few small scuffs and scratches, and the little top ball is missing (easily replaced), As is usual, the original painted metal dial has some minor flaking, and the seconds track may have been redone a bit crudely. The door glass is wavy, the old beat scale is in place, and there still is a visible pattern on the pendulum bob. The movement should be cleaned and fit with new weight cord. Ht 49" $3500 - $4500
472 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 11", 8 day, Westminster five bell Sonora chime mantel clock, c1910.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition in original finish. Original silvered dial is tarnished a little with more general wear around the chime/silent lever. Most of the numbers have lost all or part of the paint or wax used to fill in the engraved areas. Hands are original. Movements are very clean and look to have been serviced recently. Ht 13.25". $300 - $500
473 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No.71" 8 day Westminster chime mahogany mantel clock, c1924     the original finish has a few scratches, the expected light crackling, and a few paint specks. The silvered dial shows only a few corrosion spots and faint discoloration areas. The 113A movement ticks, and chimes on rods, but should be cleaned. Bottom label confirms the model number. Ht 13.5" $500 - $800
474 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Gallery" wall clock, 30 day, time only, spring driven movement in mahogany case with painted metal 18" dial, c1909     the case has been rubbed out and waxed giving it a darker appearance. The dial is original with minor touch ups. The movement has been recently professionally serviced. Diameter 24" $900 - $1200
475 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Hotel" mantel clock, 8 day, time and Cathedral Gong strike, spring driven movement in cherry case with painted metal dial, c1909     the case retains its original finish, nicely cleaned and waxed. The dial is original and in good condition. The hands are exact replacements. This is one of Seth Thomas high quality mantel clocks with chip carving on the case and a massive movement, recently serviced striking on a deep sounding gong. Ht 18" $2500 - $3500
476 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Hudson" 30 day time only spring driven solid mahogany gallery clock, c1928     the case is in very nice condition with a smooth glossy finish. The painted dial, with its large seconds track, is original and shows only slight wear and a few chips. The large twin-spring 86T movement retains its winding stops and looks clean. The heavy pendulum still has its undamaged wooden stick, and the minute hand is counterweighted. 18 1/2" square $300 - $400
477 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "No. 1 Regulator" time piece with 8 day, single weight driven movement in rosewood veneer case with painted metal dial and special Seth Thomas Plymouth Hollow pendulum bob, c1866     the case veneer is in excellent condition and retains its original finish nicely rubbed down. The bottom bracket is professionally restored. The reverse painting on glass tablet in lower door is original, but about 50% of the gilt and all of the black backing is absent. Ht 34" $1000 - $1400
478 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Queen Anne" ebony 8 day time and strike wall clock, c1880     there is a nice old glossy black finish with some small areas of wear, and the very dark label still is in the bottom of the case. The original painted metal dial has some cracks but no flakes or losses (handle with care). The large open spring movement ticks and strikes, but the wood pendulum stick is taped at its top, and needs attention. Except for needed stick repair, overall nice original condition. Ht 36" $900 - $1200
479 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Queen Anne", 8 day, time and strike, wall clock, c1902.     Ebonized case in an original finish with normal wear at the door knob, some wear at the sharp edges of the case and a couple of dings and scraps. Original painted dial and dial mask have been professionally restored Hands are original. Original nickel plated pendulum has been polished down to the brass and only a little of the decoration remains. Ht 36.5" $1200 - $1500
480 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" wall clock, 8 day time only weight driven 77B movement with maintaining power, in oak case, c1930     this case lost its bottom and now has a flat floor whose color does not quite match. The rest of the case has been nicely refinished. The old painted metal dial has no losses. Pendulum, weight and hand nut are incorrect replacements. Movement ticks but needs its weight pulley reattached and possibly cleaning. Ht 33 1/2" $600 - $900
481 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No.2" 8 day weight driven walnut timepiece, 1886     the case has been nicely refinished with just few small chips and scuffs. The painted metal dial is old and just a bit faded. The original bottom label is dark but mostly intact, and the date code is clear on the back. There is a new piece of wood backing up the dial. Glasses are wavy. The bob, beat scale, and weight have old polished patinas. The movement, with maintaining power and nylon weight cord, looks clean. Ht 36" $1000 - $1500
482 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No.2" mahogany 8 day weight driven time only wall clock, c1910     this case has been nicely refinished, and there may be just one little wood button missing from the bottom. The painted metal dial has some areas of flaking. The 77B movement, with maintaining power, may need cleaning. The weight hook now is a modern replacement. Ht 37" $800 - $1200
483 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No.2" reissue wall clock, 8 day time only weight driven oak case, serial number 418 of 4000, dated 1977.     case is in very nice overall original condition including its bottom paper label and instruction booklet. Brass weight has a few small scrapes on one side (can be oriented to back so not visible), pendulum bob finish is cloudy. Painted metal dial is near perfect. Original movement ticks but may need service. Ht 37" $700 - $1000
484 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 6" wall clock, 8 day time only weight driven movement in walnut case, dated 1886.     original finish has been waxed and has a few minor blemishes, but no losses or damage. Glass is old and wavy. Date code is stamped on back. Movement, with maintaining power, ticks but needs cleaning. Nickel plating on weight is blotchy, mostly polished off brass pendulum bob. Wall hanger attachment was reinforced with machine screws/nuts. Original painted metal dial is just a bit faded and discolored. Overall very good+ condition. Ht 49" $2000 - $3000
485 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Sonora Chime No. 264" clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime on 8 bells, spring driven movement in inlaid mahogany case with silvered metal dial, c1915     the case retains its original finish. The movement has been cleaned recently and is striking and chiming well. The silvered dial may have been professionally cleaned and restored. Note selector lever on case side for choosing chime on 4 or 8 bells. Ht 14 1/2" $2000 - $2500
486 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "World" wall clock, 15 day, time only, spring driven movement in rosewood veneer case with painted metal dial and second's bit, c1909     the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down with no veneer chips. The dial is original with original paint. The hands and pendulum are original. The movement with Graham deadbeat escapement has been recently serviced. Tran Du Ly's book "Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements" does not list this model in rosewood, but we do occasionally come across them. This is a nice example with an interesting repair label on the back. Ht 32" $700 - $1000
487 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "World", 15 day, time and strike, regulator wall clock, c1900.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish. Original painted dial has wear to some of the numbers and the seconds dial. Hands and pendulum are original. Clean label inside case. A couple of the tabs that hold the glass in the bezel are missing and will need to be addressed. Ht 32.5" $800 - $1200
488 Seth Thomas Sons & Co., New York, 8 day time and strike candle stand clock, c1876     this is a nicely restored clock with repainted black/gold base and stand. The replaced oval glass dome is a close fit but not exact, the pendulum is from a French clock, and the hands are too short. The porcelain dial is near perfect. The movement ticks and strikes but may need adjusting. Ht to top of dome 10" $275 - $375
489 Loheide Mfg. Co. Wizard Clock Trade Stimulator, nickel play. Loheide Mfg bought the "DeSoto" black mantel clock from Waterbury and modified it to dispense chits for redemption. At the turn of the last century, trade stimulators were common throughout the US in cigar stores, confectionaries, general stores, and just about any other point of sale location. The logic is as follows: say you stopped at the corner store for eggs, as that was all you needed. Seeing this clock, there might be a sign touting "win two packs of gum for the price of one, 5 cents". Now you don't need the gum, but the thought of getting 2 for one is irresistible, so nearly every patron would drop in his nickel and get at least a chit for one pack of gum [the standard retail transaction]. A small percentage of patrons got two packs, and were always noisy about it, adding to the excitement, c1907     the black mantel case in as found condition in original finish. Original paper dial is fairly clean for its age Hands are original. Original manufacturing tag on the case front and the original sign trying to get you to play. This is a very uncommon item. Ht 12.5" $1000 - $1500
490 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Parlor", 8 day, time and strike, shelf clock, c1860     Refinished rosewood veneered case in fine condition. Both tablets are original with some loss to the black background being mostly confined to the bottom glass. Original dial has been repainted. Hands are replacements. Door knob is a replacement as the original is most likely ivory or bone. Clean label inside case. Movement is signed. Ht 31" $300 - $500
491 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Regulator No. 57" wall time piece, 8 day, time only, 2 weight driven movement in walnut case with painted metal dial and second's bit, c1905     the clock is in outstanding original condition including nicely crazed finish with all case elements intact, original paint on dial, enamel Waterbury beat scale and label on case bottom (partial loss). We sold another excellent example in May of 2011, lot #797, for $3400. Ht 49" $3000 - $4000
492 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Willard No. 3", 8 day, banjo or Patent timepiece, c1906     Mahogany case in as found condition in original finish. Gilding on the doors is pretty much intact with just a little missing on one block on the throat. There is more extensive gilding loss on the bottom bracket. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Hands and the finial are original. The painting on the throat glass has some lifting and loss on the edges. The bottom glass painting is showing signs of lifting, but has not yet started to flake off. These glasses were supplied to Waterbury by W. W. Sprague & Co. of Boston. Ht 42.5" $1000 - $1500
493 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Willard No. 4", 8 day, time and strike, banjo clock, c1906     Partly refinished oak case in good clean condition. Original painted throat glass has some minor loss. These were supplied to Waterbury by W. W. Sprague of Boston. Original bottom glass has some loss and someone in an attempt to save the remaining area that is lifting has placed duct tape over the area which would make it difficult to save. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Movement is signed. Clean label on back of case. Ht 43" $800 - $1200
494 Waltham Clock & Watch Co., Waltham, Mass. presentation banjo with an E. Howard & Co., premium movement with maintaining power, c1930     Case is sound with some minor loss to gilding on the finial and the balls on the bottom bracket. There is also some repair to the gilding on the balls on the bracket. There has been some repair to the blue background paint on the lower and throat glass. Original signed dial with a tiny chip in center and minor loss at the mounting screws. Original hands, pendulum and weight. We have an example in this auction and sold another example in Oct of 2010 with a Howard movement. Ht 41" $1400 - $1800
495 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., "Banjo" time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven E. Howard & Co. movement in a gold leafed presentation case with painted metal dial, reverse painted tablets and acorn finial, c1930     the case retains its original finish with scattered flaking throughout gold leafing. There is a small piece of wood missing in top of throat panel where screws attach it to case under the bezel. The consignor believes that the Howard movement is original to the case, a similar situation to the Waltham Girandole, lot #456, sold in our October 2010 sale. Ht 42" $2000 - $3000
496 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., "Banjo" wall time piece, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in cross banded mahogany case with painted metal dial and reverse painted Mt. Vernon tablets, c1930     the time piece is in excellent original condition including finish, dial and tablets. Ht 42" $1400 - $1800
497 E.N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Khedive", 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1889     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in very fine condition in an original finish. Original porcelain dial has very minor damage at the fast/slow setting and a small chip at the strike side winding arbor. Hands, pendulum and tablet are original. An eighty percent label on the back access door. A member of the "Patti" series, this model is more difficult to find. Ht 17.5" $1250 - $1750
498 E.N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator No. 11", 30 day, time only, double spring driven movement in oak case with painted metal dial, c1889     the case retains its original finish professionally rubbed down to a satin patina. The dial has minor flaking. This clock is in excellent original condition, please see another great example we sold in May of 2005 for $4800 plus 10% Buyer's Premium. Dial diameter 10", Ht 60" $2500 - $3500
499 E.N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Sembrich" walnut 8 day spring wound time only wall clock, c1890     the black walnut case has been nicely refinished, with no losses or damage, and most of the rear label is present. The glass is wavy, and the painted metal dial has some minor fading and scratches around the winding hole. The hour hand tip is gone. The movement should be cleaned. Ht 39" $600 - $900
500 E.N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Verdi", 8 day, time and strike, hanging wall clock, c1878.     Refinished rosewood veneered case in very nice condition with a tiny veneer chip at the bottom corner and small repair on the bottom point. Dial has been repainted. Hands and pendulum are original. Gilt border on the door in very nice condition. Clean label on back of case. Ht 31" $300 - $400
501 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Cary, V.P.", 8 day, time and strike/alarm rosewood mantel clock, c1880     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in very fine condition in an original finish. Original painted dial with some minor loss at 9 o'clock. Hands, pendulum and tablet are original. Very nice clean label on back of case. Ht 20" $1000 - $1500
502 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Gerster, V.P.", 8 day, time and strike, rosewood mantel clock, c1885     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in very fine condition in an original finish. Original painted dial has some very minor paint loss in the center area, at 7 o'clock and between 4 and 5 o'clock. Hands, pendulum and tablet are original. A very nice clean label on back of case. Ht 18.5" $1000 - $1500
503 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Patti No. 1", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in rosewood and rosewood veneer case with papered metal dial, c1885     the case retains its original finish with some veneer damage on top behind center finial, which has been replaced. The original center finial is included, but has a chip on the base. The upper side finials are original, but have been shortened and glued down. Two case rosettes are replacements. The minute hand is a replacement and the dial is a repapered. Ht 18" $500 - $700
504 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Patti No. 2" or "Baby Patti", 8 day, time and strike, mantel clock, c1885     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in fine condition in an original finish. There is small veneer repair on the curved top behind the front finials. Original paper dial has a couple of stains and has lost some of its top layer of paper in the center area. Hands, pendulum and tablet are original. There is a nearly complete label on the back of the case. Ht 10.5" $2000 - $2500
505 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator No. 4", 30 day, time only, spring driven, nickel plated movement with club tooth escapement in walnut case with paper over metal dial, c1875     the case is refinished and appears to have replaced finials, restoration to bottom, new hinges and lock, new flocking to inside of case and other minor restorations. The dial has been repapered. Ht 42" $1500 - $2000
506 Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass, "Patent or Banjo" time piece with 8 day, weight driven movement in banded and inlaid mahogany case with reverse painted tablets, signed on the movement, case, dial and weight. Dated number 10 of the year 1985.     outstanding original condition with original weight. Ht 41" $1500 - $2000
507 Austrian bracket clock, 2 day, time, alarm and quarter strike on two bells, spring driven movement in inlaid hard wood case with white enamel dial, c1810     the case has been refinished and has a glossy appearance. The dial is in very good condition. The alarm is driven by a crown wheel mechanism. Ht 20" $1000 - $1500
508 English bracket clock with astronomical dial, 8 day, time only, spring driven fusee movement, with Graham's dead beat escapement and maintaining power, in a mahogany veneer case with painted metal dial. There is an unusual beat adjustment mechanism on pendulum, enabling precise setting, c1840     the case retains its original finish with very minor veneer flake on lower left base. The iron pendulum bob is a replacement. Ht 19" $1500 - $2500
509 English, (for Scottish market) 8 day, triple fusee bracket clock, Gothic in style, chiming the quarters on 8 bells, and striking the hours on a large coiled cathedral gong, c1875     Burl walnut and walnut case in very nice condition. Small veneer chip on the left side, a little piece of the tip on the bottom drop on the right spire and a repair to the left drop of the top spire. Lock on the back access door is missing. Original unsigned engraved silvered dial is clean with some minor scratches. Hands are original. A large & robust, heavy plated chain drive triple fusee is ticking and chiming. Note small hand in arch for Chime / Silent. Ht 27.75" $4000 - $5000
510 Francois Hochenadl, Vienna, time and strike double fusee ebonized wood bracket clock with shelf, 18th century     the ebonized case is dull and worn, but the quality and complexity of the movement and dial more than compensate. The brass and silvered dial's arch includes calendar and moon phase indicators, and the mock pendulum swings below XII. From the rear, the large silvered maker boss sits behind the cow tail pendulum, below two bells and the crown wheel escapement. The movement looks complete but probably needs professional attention. Included shelf is in very good condition. The lot is accompanied by paperwork offering additional details. Although a few of these were made that go for a week, most are geared for 56 hours or two days with reserve. Ht of clock including handle 20", shelf adds another 6" $1200 - $1800
511 Junghans, German, 8 day quarter striking walnut bracket clock, (2-train) c1910     the impressive architectural case's finish and brass accents have been nicely restored and polished. The brass dial has some tarnishing, especially on the silvered chapter ring. The two-train trademarked (Star-J) movement does quarter hour bim-bams, but needs adjustment to strike, as just one gong for the hour counts; otherwise it seems to tick and strike okay. The minute hand is replaced. Ht 19" $300 - $400
512 Junghans, Germany mahogany Westminster chime 8 day bracket clock, c1910     the elaborate case has inlay, double reeded columns, turned feet, arched beveled glass, and several layers of moldings with a nice old finish and only a few age cracks. The engraved brass dial, with silvered rings and subsidiaries for chime/silent and slow/fast, has only a hint of tarnish. The B07 movement needs cleaning and adjustment; bears Junghans trademark. Ht 17" $250 - $450
513 Step'n Rimbault, London, 6-tune musical bracket clock with automaton and calendar, 8 day, time, strike and music on a nest of 14 bells with large horizontal finely pinned drum, in an ebonized walnut or mahogany Georgian case with gilt caryatids to the front corners. The dial has a silvered Roman numeral chapter ring, indicators for strike / silent and tune names, date aperture, mock pendulum aperture and silvered ribbon with maker's signature all eclipsed in the arch by a two-level painted dinner party scene where two figures come from the wings of the scene and dance across the center, as the music plays. The music ensemble is on the upper level in the arch, c1770     Overall outstanding condition. Tunes include 3 minuets, Eugene Mars, Almande and Mars, plus the Schonoise --Studente Mars, an aria and a cotillion. Music generates a broad smile for most listeners. Played by 26 hammers. This clock came from a New England estate and has been in one house for a couple of decades. It was professionally restored maybe 30 years ago and is running and playing beautifully. Note the crisp engraving on the rear plate and cock. Rimbault is listed in G.H. Baillie's "Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World" as a London specialist in musical bracket clocks from the period 1744 - 1785. Ht 29" $8000 - $12000
514 Tiffany & Co., New York bracket clock, 8 day, time, strike and Westminster chime, spring driven movement in an ebonized oak case with gilded cast door frame and beveled glass. The brass dial is marked "TIFFANY & CO. MAKERS" and has a silvered chapter ring and applied brass spandrels and cherubs, c1890     the case retains its original finish. The dial has been professionally restored. The double mainspring movement (no fusees) plays the full Westminster chime sequence on the quarter hours, with full melody on the hour and also strikes the hours on a large cathedral gong. The movement is of high quality and was manufactured by Tiffany & Company. Ht 19 1/2" $3000 - $4000
515 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Schwarzenbach, Germany for Pearce & Sons, Leeds bracket clock 8 day, time only, single fusee movement in a heavily and intricately carved oak case with silvered dial and applied chapter ring and slow / fast regulator disc, c1900     the case is in outstanding original condition including finish. The door glass is heavily beveled. These fancy cases often had chiming movements, however this elegant piece would be at home in a large bedroom. Ht 23" $2000 - $3000
516 A.D. Mougin, France lyre form mantel clock with 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement with complex pendulum, front ring decorated in pastes in marble and ormolu case, c1890     this clock is in excellent original condition with bright gilding and all pastes present. Ht 17" $3000 - $4000
517 French alabaster marble 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1890     the solid stone drumhead case has a bit of edge roughness but no damage. The thick beveled glasses are fine, and the white porcelain dial is pristine. The clean bell strike Marti Medaille de Bronze movement, with jeweled pallets visible escapement, ticks and strikes, swinging a grid pendulum. Ht 16 1/2" $400 - $600
518 French cast brass 8 day time and strike cartel clock, c1860     this is a heavy & well detailed case with old patina. The large porcelain dial has some minor cracks and infills. The convex beveled glass is fine. Clean looking movement has 1855 Vincenti stamp, and its pendulum has matching lot number. Ht 25" $500 - $800
519 French Empire mantel clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement with knife edge suspension and fancy pendulum in a mahogany with inlay and brass dial with embossed center and fancy cast brass bezel, c1830     the case is refinished and has a glossy appearance. The glass appears to be original and period. Ht 18" $800 - $1200
520 French figural mantel clock with 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement in a gilded brass /ormolu case on white marble base all resting on four brass feet with white enamel dial, c1890     the case has original gilding and a glass rear cover. Ht 9 1/2" $400 - $600
521 French for Mirablon, three piece garniture mantel clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement in a white marble case with ormolu trim, flanking cornucopia decorations and matching side pieces. The multicolor white enamel dial is signed with retailers name, c1890     the clock is in excellent original condition with intact gilding and very minor roughness on edges of side pieces. Ht 13" $1000 - $1500
522 French for Tiffany & Co. marked on movement, 8 day time & bell strike "cartel" wall clock retailed by Tiffany & Co., c1900     gilt cast brass case in nice condition with some wear to the gilding. Original porcelain dial has hairline cracks, concentrated near 10 o'clock. Hands are original. Movement is marked Tiffany & Comp'y, and with serial #309. Replaced movement cover on rear of case. Ht 16" $1600 - $2000
523 French gilded, 8 day, time and strike, silk suspension figural mantel clock with a figure praying next to a cross. Name found on the dial reads: "Taupin A Romorantin", c1840     Gilding on the figure and case in nice condition. Engine turned silvered dial is in very good condition. Hands are original. Ht 15" $1000 - $1500
524 French inlaid wood 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1840     the eagle and floral inlay are well executed and intact, and the dark stained case, with a few minor age cracks, has been nicely polished. The silvered dial has intricate faint patterning (remains of engine-turned pattern). A large rear door opens to reveal a standard size round silk thread-suspension, unsigned movement with count wheel striking. Ht 18" $300 - $500
525 French mantel clock for Ch. Levassort, in the Louis XV style, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in an ornate ormolu case with floral decor and white enamel dial, the main case with an integral base, c1880     there is wear to gilding on bronze case, mostly on high areas. The rear glass cover for the movement is now painted white. Porcelain enamel dial is very good and with signature of the retailer remaining, fancy hands are original. Overall very good to excellent cond. Ht 18" $1000 - $1500
526 French mantel clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven, verge fusee movement and balance wheel in a three tiered gilded brass pillared case with canopy top resting on a rock crystal with four gilded feet. Tear drop rock crystal prisms are suspended from the three tiers. The white enamel chapter ring exposes the skeletonized movement, c1860     the clock is in excellent original condition. There are flaws in the rock crystal base and prisms with several prisms on rear absent. A clock of this type would have had a dome to protect the movement from dust. Ht 12 1/2" $800 - $1200
527 French oval crystal regulator mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in brass and multicolor enamel case with bejeweled pendulum inset with artist signed portrait of an aristocratic woman and bejeweled dial surround, c1890     the movement and brass on the case are darkened and both need to be cleaned. The dial and pendulum portrait are both in good condition with no damage. Ht 15" $2000 - $2500
528 French swinging doll table clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in an onyx case with brass feet and a white enamel chapter ring with exposed movement, c1890     the case is now painted black with gold highlights. The dial has minor chip above 12 and two hairlines. Ht 6 1/2" $300 - $500
529 French white marble Empire 8 day striking mantel clock, Mougin movement, c1880     This is a small and ornate 4-column portico case with bright gold detailed castings. The bird on top has spread wings and a long beak wrapped closed. The porcelain dial and beveled convex glass are fine; columns show some repairs. Sun-burst pendulum may be later. Movement is stamped A.D.Mougin, Deux Medailles, and should be cleaned. Ht 15" $350 - $550
530 French, 8 day glass and gilt brass platform escapement table timepiece, c1900     Glass case with a gilt figure and design elements in very nice condition with some wear to the gilding from handling. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Miniature platform escapement run movement. Ht 8 1/2". $1100 - $1500
531 French, 8 day lever movement time and strike gilt figural mantel clock, c1900     marble base and gilt figure has some roughness on the edges of the base. There is some loss of the gilding on the base the statue is mounted. The back of the globe that contains the movement has a couple of small dents. Original porcelain dial has a very small imperfection just after the number four. Hands are original. Ht 16" $1200 - $1500
532 French, 8 day miniature bronze gilt wall cartel platform escapement timepiece, c1900.     A beautiful gilt bronze and bronze case in fine condition just a little wear to the gilding just below the hanging ring. Original porcelain dial has a very fine hairline at about 8 o'clock. Hands are original. In three places it is stamped "Made in France". Ht 12" $1200 - $1500
533 French, Dufaud, Paris, 8 day, time and strike, figural mantel clock, c1890     the metal case is in the form of a figure (Bedouin) mounted on a camel. There is some wear to the gold highlights on the camel and the base. The blue cartouche numbers are fine and the hands are original. We sold the "cousin" to this clock in May of 2010 for $1100+, lot 726. Mov't signed Dufaud. Ht 18.5" $800 - $1000
534 French, miniature lyre form timepiece with gilt elements, applied to an ebonized wood frame, and brilliant surround run by an 8 day platform escapement movement, c1900.     Overall fine and original throughout. Ht 10 1/2". $1500 - $2000
535 French, Empire 4-pillar, 8 day, time and strike, patinated bronze and ormolu, Gothic style mantel clock, c1880     exceptional Gothic style case in very fine condition. Silvered dial has some very minor surface tarnish. Hands are original. Ht 21" $1250 - $1750
536 French, Empoli & Modele Deposes, Sous Le No. 19567, 8 day Artist's easel form timepiece, c1900     Porcelain artist's paint board with a decorative scene in very nice condition with some loss to the applied gold on the edges. Hands are original. Dark label on the back of the panel. Most of the gilding on the easel frame appears to be worn off. Ht 17". $900 - $1200
537 French, Gilt bronze and brass figural timepiece (Frenchman carrying a drum on his back) run by a lever escapement watch movement, c1900.     Figural timepiece in nice condition with much of the original gilding intact. Original porcelain dial has a repair at the winding hole. Hands are original. Ht 6 1/2". $1100 - $1500
538 French, gilt bronze and brass figural timepiece in the form of an elephant carrying a sedan on his back, run by a lever escapement watch movement.     Gilt figure in good condition with some wear to the gilding. Ivory tusks on the figure are fine. Porcelain dial on the watch is perfect and the hands are original. Ht 7". $1200 - $1600
539 French, Gilt bronze wheel form table or desk timepiece run by a lever escapement watch movement, c1900.     Gilt wheel form timepiece in very nice condition with some wear to the gilding. Hands are original. The enameled and gilt numbers are fine. Jeweled movement is viewable through a crystal back. Ht 8 1/2". $1800 - $2200
540 French, Japy Freres, 8 day time and strike platform escapement rococo style mantel clock, c1900.     Silver plated bronze case with a gilt bronze handle in nice condition with wear to the silver and gilding. Porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are period. There is some evidence to suggest that this movement was modified or substituted as there is a glass jewel in the dial above 12 o'clock where a key would have been inserted to adjust the length of a pendulum and there are a couple of empty holes in the movement also. Ht 11". $900 - $1200
541 French, Julien Beliard, Paris, 8 day time and strike platform escapement cartel wall clock, c1890, in the style of a century earlier.     Beautiful brass and gilt bronze case in fine condition. Fine porcelain dial is near perfect with just a tiny chip at the timeside winding arbor. Hands are original. Movement stamped J.E.D. There is crack that was repaired where the long tapered gilt ribbon joins at the of ring that holds the cylinder case. Ht 25". $1800 - $2200
542 French, large cast brass three piece garniture set with matching candelabras. The cast dial has 12 individual cartouche numerals, and pierced steel hands, now white. Case bears garlands and shell motif and large lions heads flank the clock and smaller lions heads flank the candle stands, c1890     the case is pretty well tarnished and could stand a polishing. The well made bell strike movement is complete and sound, and does tick and strike, but needs a cleaning. Ht 22" $1200 - $1500
543 French, miniature figural table clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement with a platform cylinder escapement in a white marble case with ormolu cherub grasping dove and other ormolu trim, c1900     the case has a repair to the marble on rear. The dial has several repairs and hairlines. The two rear feet are replaced. Ht 6 1/4" $500 - $700
544 French, Vicenti & Cie, 8 day, time and strike, Industrial "Cooking Pot" mantel clock in the form of a large fireplace with an original fireplace crane, a cook pot and andirons. Pot hangs from the crane and acts as the pendulum. Movement is also marked: "Miroy Fres Btes, S.G.O.G., C. M. Paris", c1880     Brass and copper with silver plated brass decorative elements in a fireplace form on a colored marble base with roughness and chips on the marble. The panel around the dial has lost its lacquer and oxidized. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Note this model is uncommon and even harder to find complete with the andirons, pot and pot lid. Ht 17" $1400 - $1800
545 Japy Freres, French figural mantel clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement in bronze and green variegated marble case depicting a lady gently bending forward and drinking from a fountain with multicolor enamel dial, c1890     the case is in very good condition with great patina on the bronze and a lot of "action" to the scene depicted. The dial is decorated with a multicolor span of flowers and is excellent with no hairlines. Ht 23" $1500 - $2500
546 Japy Freres, French mantel clock, 8 day, time and gong strike, spring driven movement in mahogany case in the form of a wardrobe with case brass dial, c1870     the case retains its original finish and one of the front legs has been glue repaired. The hammer has broken off the arm for striking and has been placed in the bubble bag with the brass rose bouquet decorated pendulum. Ht 15" $400 - $600
547 Le Roy & Fils À Paris, French wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a gilded brass case with decorative ribbon and floral castings adornments to bracket. The ornate multicolor enamel dial has raised bulbous numerals and Le Roy signature with address, c1880     the clock is in overall excellent original condition. Movement also signed LeRoy & Fils, À Paris, No 6473, Ht 23" $1500 - $2500
548 Jerome & Co., (New Haven Clock Co.) New Haven, Conn., "Cabinet No. 4" mantel calendar clock, 8 day, time and strike, perpetual calendar, spring driven movement in a mahogany case with a painted zinc dial, c1885     the case retains its original finish with a break repair to top trim. The bezel has a modified latch and the glass is a replacement. There are flakes to original paint on dial. Ht 19" $1000 - $1500
549 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 10" earlier version with fret work between the two dials, 8 day, time and perpetual calendar, weight driven movement in walnut case similar to the "Regulator No. 6" with painted metal double dials, c1886     the case retains its original finish rubbed down with a split in the top of the case and one of the lower finials damaged slightly. Both dials have been professionally repainted and the center arbor hole in the upper time dial has been inexplicably enlarged, tends to indicate the period dial was on another clock at one time. The weight is repainted, the finely damascene pendulum is original and there is a label in good condition. Ht 49" $6000 - $8000
550 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 6" , 8 day, time and strike, calendar wall clock, c1896     Rosewood veneered case in original finish. There is some loss of the veneer on the back of the door. Original paper rollers have age darkened a little. Dials have original paint and have been professionally restored. Hands are original. Clean label inside case. Ht $500 - $700
551 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 6", 8 day, time and strike, shelf clock, c1886.     Refinished walnut case in nice condition with a small ding on the back edge of the left side. Original dials have been professionally restored. Original calendar rollers have age darkened. Hands are original. Movement is signed. Dark label on back of the door. Ht 27" $500 - $700
552 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Suez" perpetual calendar wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movements in a walnut case with painted metal double dial, c1886     the clock is in outstanding original condition including finish, paint on dials (some minor flaking), calendar rolls, label (abrasions) and damascene pendulum bob. This Seth Thomas model calendar clock is documented in neither Miller's nor Ly's reference books but is 100% original and factory made. This is the first example we have handled in over 30 years and Chris Bailey writes: "I have seen another of these calendars at a friends in Rockville, CT. As I recall theirs was in cherry".. Ht 44" $4000 - $6000
553 Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., 8 day time and strike with a Mix Brothers calendar column & cornice shelf clock, c1860     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish with some loss on the base and a couple of spots on the cornice. Dial has been repainted. Hands are original. Calendar dial has been repainted. Gilt column capitals and base now gold painted. Center glass is original. Very clean label inside case. Calendar rollers are bit dark. Ht 32 1/2" $1000 - $1200
554 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn. "Italian No.3" 8 day time and strike double dial calendar shelf clock, with B. B. Lewis's patent calendar mechanism. c1870     the rosewood case has a nice old finish with no losses and good paper label inside. The upper painted metal label has some wear, the lower one is in better shape. The movement needs cleaning, but more important, the calendar advance gear is missing from its post below the center shaft, so the calendar function will not work until a new gear is located and installed. Also, the lower calendar hands need attention so they clear each other. Ht 19 1/2" $300 - $500
555 Wm. Gilbert Mfg. Co., Winsted, Conn "Owen Calendar Clock" 8 day time and strike rosewood mantel clock, c1866     this uncommon little round top clock is in very nice condition with just a few veneer repairs and slightly faded painted metal dial. A good description, including George Owen's patent drawing, can be seen on pages 101-102 of Ly's calendar clock book. The inside label is intact, viewable from below when attaching the pendulum. The movement ticks and strikes the hours on a gong. See the date "28" showing in window. Ht 13" $400 - $700
556 E. Howard & Co., Boston, "REGULATOR No. 61", Astronomical standing timepiece, weight driven, 8 day, with 4-jar mercurial pendulum, silvered 14" dial with center minutes and subsidiary hours and seconds, c1890     The original dial has minor surface stains and fingerprints. The large and robustly made movement has a dead beat escapement with jeweled pallets, and with vernier beat adjustment on top of the verge. The original Howard pendulum is numbered "208-2472", and retains 4 sealed metallic jars of mercury.. Retains proper 'inverted Y style pulley' out of brass and proper weight with original lacquer discolored (dark). Rod has some surface corrosion, and some of the nickel finish on the jars has been polished away. The walnut case with burled appliques in the base, top and door front and finely carved trim has been professionally refinished with satin/med-gloss finish. Retains properly indexed beat scale on a walnut riser in the bottom of the case. There are minor nicks and scrapes to the base, commensurate with the age of the item. Front door glass is replaced with modern glass. Ht 94" $90000 - $120000
557 Lenzkirch Clock Co., Germany, floor standing jeweler’s regulator, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with center sweep second’s hand in a walnut veneer case with a carved top and base highlight and turned center finial all on four bun feet, two piece white porcelain enamel dial with spade hands, c1901     the case retains its original finish. Dial has two light hairlines between 11 and 1. The high grade movement with dead beat escapement and maintaining power, is in good condition with quality pendulum w/ large regulation nut w/ fine threads & scale below bob. Note Lenzkirch passed their 1 million in production in 1894, and a good serial reference chart can be found at the "lenzkirchclocks.com" website Ht 81" $8000 - $10000
558 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn, "REGULATOR No. 10", wall hanging jeweler's regulator, 8 day, weight driven mov't, w/ silvered dial, center sweep seconds hand and walnut case with burled appliques, from the collection of Bob Wasserman of Milanville, PA, c1886     Mr. Wasserman was one of the most discriminating collectors in the Eastern US, and this clock certainly reflects his desire for both quality and originality. Details on this model can be found in all editions of Tran Ly's book titled "Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements", with extra info in the 3rd Edition, pages 287--289. Clock retains original pulley, nickel plated weight with knurled ends and mercurial type pendulum with thumb-print jar; glass jar with small chips on top edge and one at bottom. Original silvered dial retains original matte finish, never re-silvered, and with some tarnish spots, especially near numeral "V", and the reverse with original lacquer and brushed spotting. Using the earlier nickel plated movement of outstanding quality, this and the mov't for the Regulator 12 are perhaps of the finest quality produced by Seth Thomas, jeweled pallets, maintaining power and fine beat adjustment. Note this case has been cleaned, and retains all is original light crazing to original finish, with all original trims and decorations. Outstanding original condition with inside label intact. Also original winding crank & door glass {wavy with imperfections}. Ly price guide is low and outdated on this model. Ht 72" $60000 - $80000
559 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn, "REGULATOR No. 14", floor standing jeweler's regulator in walnut, with mercurial compensated pendulum, hinged storage in base, and with center sweep seconds hand, from the Bob Wasserman collection, c1892 (dated), No. 170.     a nice and clean all original clock, even down to a fine white outline along the case edge, where the wall was painted behind it [shows only on the closest inspection]. A further description of this model can be found in all Tran Ly's Seth Thomas books, see pages 404 & 406 of 3rd edition for case and movement details. The heavy engraved silvered dial is missing some of its numeral wax, and with some wear and discoloration. The high quality movement is dated Oct. 26, 1892, with ST logo and number 170. Note it retains original striped pattern on the plates (inside and outside) and original lacquer (with minor losses to lacquer). Graham style anchor with jeweled pallets and jeweled 'scape wheel arbor. Glass thumbprint jar on the pendulum is excellent. Note mercury is held in a lexan jar outside the auction hall. Like all clocks from Milanville, this one is in good running order. Has original ST nickel plated crank with wooden knob. Photos tell much of the story of this fine clock; pictured in place in the Wasserman home. The full provenance of this clock is included in a frame; Bob purchased it on the internet for $28,100, from Edna Greenhaw, whose husband had purchased it around 1965 for $50 from Wood's Jewelry Store (George Hammond Wood) in Athens, Alabama. Note that the price new in 1890 was $360. Ly price guide for 2005 = $40,000. Ht 100" $20000 - $25000
560 Chelsea for Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, large weight regulator, model 2Q, in an oak case of mostly solid oak, similar in style to the Seth Thomas #3, serial #163538, c1924, with Graham's dead beat escapement and maintaining power, from the Wasserman collection.     other than a new set of hands and a small ding in the pendulum bob, this clock is otherwise in excellent original condition (see note on hands below}. All of Ball Watch Co timekeepers, watches and clocks, were produced under contract to their strict standards. The movement chart in the rear of Demeter's book on Chelsea, pages 248-249, gives production details. Note the following: first order was on 10/24/24: 20 2Q clocks ordered by Ball. Second order placed on 12/05/24, 10 more 2Qs; then 12/24/24 90 more 2Qs. Last order was 11/18/26 for 100 2Qs. Total 2Qs appears to be 220 made for Webb C. Ball, We have seen this model bring as high as $5000. Bob Wasserman purchased this clock carefully. You can compare it to one sold by Chester Hicks a couple of years ago on his website, with slightly different grain pattern to the oak. Interestingly, In filling the contract, Chelsea patterned not only the case, but also the movement after the ST#3, but with their typical quality refinements and spoked hour wheel. {Note that Seth Thomas also supplied their #3 to Ball, see "Railroad Timekeeping" NAWCC, Chicagoland chapter, available used} This movement is clearly signed Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, U.S.A., and with serial number shown above. The case on this clock is about 50% heavier than the veneered ST case. Movement is clean and in good running order. Orig Chelsea beat scale intact. Note we sold one of these on May 1, 2009, for $4400. The only Chelsea weight clock rarer than this is the No. 5. Also included in the case is a spare set of Chelsea spade hands that Bob had bought for the clock, but the hour hub needs to be broached out a bit to fit. Ht 44" $3250 - $4250
561 E. Howard & Co., Boston, "REGULATOR No. 72", for the Santa Fe Railway, La Junta, Colorado station, in walnut, 8 day weight, and with original Santa Fe maintenance sticker behind the dial plate, c1890.     inside the top left of the case is ATSF Form 1649 indicating this clock was used and maintained at La Junta. Very legible record indicates the clock was cleaned by F. H. Barnes on December 2, 1937, and that it was hung in the office of the Asst Mgr and Mgr at La Junta. There are two other form 1649s underneath the top one, however it appears impossible to separate them. The dial of this clock has been repainted, and the metal dial plate [not the wooden mask] appears to have been replaced many years ago by the Railway, as it is not perfectly round and looks to have been cut with tin snips; regardless it has been there a long time and the holes align perfectly. There is a small area of brass showing through the nickel plating on the damascene pendulum. The case is immaculate, and note the maintenance record shows the case was "cleaned and polished"; the original finish is superior. The Santa Fe logo on the glass has been re-done professionally with gold leaf. High quality Howard movement is complete and sound; is running briskly but could stand a clean and oiling. Large iron weight has cast in "1" and is original; old crank with spinning handle. This item is sure to appeal to the Railway crowd as well as the clock collector. Ht 65" $20000 - $30000
562 Howard & Davis, Boston, "No. 1 BANJO", in a rosewood grained over cherry case, and with large trapezoid movement with maintaining power, Geneva stop and seconds hand. From the Wasserman collection, c1850     the painted metal dial has been re-blacked over the original Arabic numerals [a special request, as 99% of these dials had Roman numerals]. There is some loss to the original crazed base dial paint, notably around the winding holes and especially at 10 o'clock. The original movement is clearly signed Howard & Davis, Boston, is complete and sound, held into the case with tabs at the rear plate. The heavy suspension bridge that spans both plates to hold the pendulum is intact. Diamond time hands and seconds hand are original. The gilt pendulum stick is original, and the bob retains its original brushed pattern [careful not to polish it off]. The rosewood graining on the case is especially nice with lively appearance. Best part is the original tablets that are nicely crazed and have received NO restoration. Pendulum hold down tab is present, just was off during photo Weight and bob have been removed from the clock for ease of transport. Ht 50" $7000 - $10000
563 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn, "REGULATOR No. 19" station regulator in oak and with 2 jar mercury pendulum (thumb print jars), weight driven, 8 day. From the Bob Wasserman collection, c1890     except for a dry split at the top of the door, a couple of perimeter holes in case back where screws secured the clock to the wall, and a replaced door glass, this clock is otherwise in outstanding original condition. The quarter sawn oak veneered panel in the case back and the tapered base show one of the liveliest & most attractive grain patterns we have seen. The original slightly crazed finish has been rubbed and waxed and is a wonderful golden color. Dial is original and outstanding. Retains good original weight with knurled ends and pulley. Has large & proper iron bracket with heavy "saddle" for holding the mercury pendulum; original fading gold paint on bracket. The movement has been professionally cleaned and re-strung and is in good running order; note this movement with optional jeweled pallets (shown in detail photo) Perhaps the nicest oak #19 we have had the pleasure of selling. Shown here in the Wasserman home. Ht 75" $18000 - $22000
564 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn, "REGULATOR No. 19", in walnut with burled appliques, wall regulator with 2- jar compensating pendulum, weight driven and with center seconds hand, c1885     another fine clock from Milanville, PA. photo shows the clock hanging in the Wasserman home. For a truer image of the rich color of this clock, see the close up of the top and bottom. To minimize flash back, we took the main image from the left and lost a bit of detail. Like most of the clocks, Bob W. acquired this one with a lightly crazed finish and he rubbed and waxed it with a minimum of loss to the finish. Stated briefly, the clock is in outstanding original condition and sure to please the most discriminating collector. Nickel finish on dial bezel, weight and pulley are intact. Original dial with only minor losses near 12 and 6 from setting the hands. Additional details on the #19 may be found in Tran Duy Ly's book on Seth Thomas, 3rd Edition, pages 301--303. Movement is running briskly and is generally clean, however some of the oil has congealed and it would benefit from disassembly, wipe pivots, reassemble and oil. Movement is numbered 293. This earlier case has tulip pattern carving on the door. Heavy iron movement bracket has been painted black; has proper wide saddle for mercury pendulum. Original door glass is wavy with imperfections. Ht 75" $22500 - $32500
565 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn, "REGULATOR No. 63", large walnut hanging wall clock, weight driven, 8 day in an attractive case with dentil molding along cornice and a pediment top with finely carved trim. From the Bob Wasserman collection, c1887.     there are some very minor nicks and scrapes to the case and marks in the bottom from a falling weight, but otherwise, this clock is in excellent original condition. This very clock is pictured in Tran Ly's book on Seth Thomas, 3rd Edition, page 312, figure 983, and with a current price guide of $22,500. The case retains fine original finish with slight crazing that has been rubbed and nicely waxed. Dial, hands, weight, pendulum and all case hardware are original, and the clock is in good running order. Clock is pictured here in the Wasserman library, against fleur-de-lis wall paper. For comparison, we sold an oak version of this model in April, 2001, lot 477 for $19,800. Ht 76" $18000 - $24000
566 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No.3" oak weight driven time only wall clock, c1890     this is a nicely refinished case, with no losses or damage, and dial repainted by The Dial House. The movement, marked "3", looks clean but may need service. There are remnants of the paper label in the bottom. Glasses are wavy. Weight is absent. Ht 44" $2000 - $3000
567 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "REGULATOR No. 18" walnut cased long drop octagon, weight driven, meter pendulum and with large nickel plated bob with damascene pattern, plus matching weight and pulley, c1883.     this is one of the nicest #18 models a collector could hope to find. There are some small flakes on the original dial, especially at the attaching holes. The clock is otherwise in excellent original condition. Note this model uses an upgraded version of the famous No. 2 mov't, with a larger winding barrel and a 30 tooth 'escape wheel to indicate true seconds on the dial. Retains a good label in the case bottom. Although the clock is running, the oil has congealed around a couple of pivots and movement could stand a cleaning. Case has been nicely rubbed and waxed over original finish. This particular clock with earlier style wide beat scale, as shown in the illustration on page 300, Seth Thomas Clocks, 3rd Edition, Tran Duy Ly, 2004. Price guide for 2005, Ly, $4500. Ht 54" $3500 - $5500
568 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "REGULATOR No. 6, DOUBLE TIME" in walnut, weight driven, 8 day, with nickeled bezels, weight and damasc pattern pendulum bob. This very clock is pictured in Tran Ly's 3rd Edition on Seth Thomas Clocks, page 284, c1884, shown as Wasserman collection item.     overall in excellent original condition. There is some wear to the original painted dials from setting the hands. We have given you some extra detail photos on our website so you can see that the driveshaft and beveled gears are original and intact. Porcelain plaques stating City Time & Rail Road Time are perfect except for a hairline in the RR Time [no chips]. The original hanging bracket is now held in place with old machine screws (a common & good change for a heavy clock). The walnut case has a pleasant dark red hue. Finials are all original. Counter weighted hands original. Original wavy glass in door. These are rare items and it is nice to find one of documented provenance. Ht 49" $7500 - $10000
569 Seth Thomas for Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, "CUSTOM" model jeweler's regulator, weight driven, unlisted in Seth Thomas catalogs, however there are 4 known examples, each slightly different. See Tran Ly's book on Seth Thomas, 3rd Edition, pages 316 and 317 for detailed photos and information. This model with No. 68 movement with jeweled pallets. From the Bob Wasserman collection. Walnut case with burled accents. c1890     this was a limited production item, and Seth Thomas Clock Company experimented with a couple of movements. This case shows the witness outline and 4-holes for a larger iron bracket, but not the trapezoidal bracket in Mike Lowe's clock, rather a 3rd pattern with rounded corners (see detail photos on website). The movement & bracket in this Wasserman clock are identical to the ones shown on page 316 of Ly's Seth Thomas book. Bob was aware of the condition, but enjoyed the clock as one of the rarest Ball models known. The walnut case itself is in outstanding condition with original finish intact, nicely waxed. Movement clean and running briskly; 2-jar pendulum is perfect with original thumb print jars intact. Included is the Bill of Sale to Wasserman for $85,000 and a list of the several previous owners. Ht 71" $50000 - $100000
570 Seth Thomas, for Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, O., "REGULATOR No. 3" in oak, quality weight driven timepiece, 8 day, c1890     typical of Bob Wasserman's clocks, this is overall in excellent original condition; see leafy beige wall paper surrounding clock in Wassernan house. The finish has been nicely rubbed and waxed; there is no open grain. The golden color is so rich it is difficult to get a good photo of it; you really need to see it in person to appreciate it. The original dial has some flakes at the attaching points and wear to the numerals, especially 3 - 4 & 5, from setting the time. As you can see in the detail photo long ago, perhaps the factory added corbels for additional support of the case back to the case sides. This is not the first of these we have found; see Tran Ly's book on Seth Thomas (1996), page 113 for identical reinforcement; note too that the clock is also for Ball, but dial worn at 8 - 9 & 10. The movement has been cleaned, serviced and is running. The original Ball signature is good, with minor wear and a scratch. The brass bob and weight are original, the weight has knurled top and bottom and long hook. Original beat scale intact. The black Seth Thomas label in the case bottom is original and in fair condition, having suffered from pendulum, wt and key scuffs and tears. Ht 42" $3500 - $4500
571 E.F. Caldwell, N.Y. table clock with Greco-Roman Classical theme. The E. Howard & Co., Boston, 8 day, time only, spring driven, nickel damascene movement has a lever escapement and micrometric regulator, s#2531, and is housed in a large gilt and patinated bronze circular case with six legs in the form of winged satyrs raising the case about 1 1/4" off the ground. The back plate is engraved in script "E.F. Caldwell & Co. Inc. New York". The dial facing upwards is highly ornate with Classical decor including finely cut and engraved mythological figures and animals, c1915     the clock is in excellent original condition and ticking. Edward F. Caldwell & Co. was founded in 1895 and renowned for it's high quality metalwork. The company specialized in manufacturing lighting fixtures, clocks and desk accessories. The firm was dissolved in the early 1930's. Please see photograph of this clock in the Caldwell catalog we provide. Note hands are a bit difficult to see against the ornate dial, and our flash washed out some detail above 6. Diameter 16", Ht 3 1/2" $18000 - $22000
572 E.F. Caldwell, New York mantel clock with E. Howard & Co., Boston, 8 day, time only, spring driven, nickel damascene movement with lever escapement and is housed in a very heavy marble case with intricately cast Gothic style bronze case trim resting on conforming ebonized wooden base. The cut brass chapter ring has nickel plated Roman numerals and hands, c1915     the clock is in outstanding original condition with excellent patination to bronze. The marble has some very minor flaking to top rear. The mainspring is fully wound. Edward F. Caldwell & Co. was founded in 1895 and renowned for it's high quality metalwork. The company specialized in manufacturing lighting fixtures, clocks and desk accessories. The firm was dissolved in the early 1930's. The clock is EXTREMELY heavy and fragile (over 100lbs / 45kg) and must be hand delivered if bought by absentee bidding. Ht 23" $4000 - $6000
573 Eli Terry, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour time and strike model 3 outside escape pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1819     mahogany veneered case is an old and possibly original finish. Top is original with repairs to the ears. Door has a veneer repair on the upper left corner and on the center strip. Base is original with a break and repair to the back feet on each side. Cast hands are original. Original painted dial is very clean for its age. Both glasses have been replaced. A piece of the backboard has been replaced. Weights are not original. Ht 28". $3500 - $5000
574 Forestville Mfg. Co., (J. C. Brown), Bristol, Conn., 8 day time and strike shelf acorn clock, c1847     Laminated and rosewood veneered case in an old finish. Case has a crack and a repair on the top back edge. Bottom tablet is a replacement, but the original that is now in pieces is included. Top glass is not original, however simplelining is the original style.. Original fusee spools and base. Hands are not original. Original painted dial has a little wear at the winding holes and some loss at the mounting pins. Ht 25" $5000 - $7000
575 Silas B. Terry, Terryville, Conn., 30 hour time and strike tandem wind steeple clock, c1850. This is a very rare model using a single arbor to wind the time and strike side of the clock. A similar example can be found on page 184 in "Horology Americana" by Dworesky & Dickstein.     mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some small veneer loss on the base. There is a small veneer repair on the left front side at the bottom. The right rear finial has a small piece of the tip missing. The center strip veneer on the door has lifted a little at each end. We believe the tablet is a repaint on old glass. Original painted wood dial has a little wear to the chapter ring and some loss at the mounting pins. There is a very clean label inside case. Ht 19 3/4" $4000 - $6000
576 American tall clock, unsigned, 8 day with rolling moon, the last repair label from 1883, Philadelphia. Mov't with well shaped plates along the top and cut out at bottom to conserve brass. The informal country case of mixed woods retains large cast door hinges and a deep broken arch, c1825     this clock has not run in a long while and will need service. Case has later Victorian door hinges. Replaced feet. The movement probably married to case, but a proper period marriage; seatboard is too thin for this application, and dial is low in mask. Note the clock also has sweep calendar [see 1-31 on dial] but sweep hand missing. Center finial is from another piece of furniture. Old finish is dark and oxidized. Pendulum bob was lost and current one is home-made. Repair label has the words to the song "My Grandfather's Clock". Ht 90" $1000 - $1500
577 Benjamin Chandlee, Nottingham, (PA), a Chester County brass dial, bell strike, 8 day, weight driven movement, c1770 associated with a central Delaware mahogany case with scalloped top door, reeded side columns with simple brass capitals, a broken arch hood and deeply carved rosettes, c1795     it is likely, based on the age of the added upright blocks, that this marriage occurred 150 years ago. The well made Chandlee movement has typical smooth barrels, and a cast brass dial plate. It appears that the dial spandrels, now cast brass, were perhaps changed from the original gilt pewter, however it may just be a late dial. Second's hand is original; hour and minute hands are old replacements. Top final should be a bold wooden job, not brass [is old]. Bottom feet and skirt molding are Victorian replacements; should be separate OG bracket feet less skirt. And finally the recessed panel in the base is indicative of a c1790s case. Earlier Chandlee cases almost all had applied panels. For reference see James E. Arthur's . "CHESTER COUNTY CLOCKS AND THEIR MAKERS", also "Six Quaker Clockmakers" by descendant Edw Chandlee (1943), a later edition of which is included with this lot. If all original, this clock would be valued at $50,000. Ht 98" $10000 - $15000
578 French tall case clock in Art Nouveau style, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in walnut case with floral carvings and stamped on the back board "J. FRANCOIS" with address. There are three tiers of shelves flanking the case with stylized carved and curved supports. The white enamel dial has cast brass floral mask, c1890     except for a replaced gong, the clock is in excellent and original condition. There is a hole drilled in the top of the case hood. The steel pendulum rod has a large ornate bob cast in the form of a sunflower. Ht 83 1/2" $1500 - $2000
579 G. Chandlee, Winchester (Virginia), a painted dial, center seconds, rolling moon, 8 day movement, c1790, now in a mahogany veneer over heavy hardwood case from the same period. (1790)     Goldsmith Chandlee was well known as both a clock and instrument maker. This well made movement has smooth barrels, a precise Graham dead beat escapement, (with 'scape wheel set in the center of the plates), an iron false plate to accept the 4 dial feet, and heavy baluster pillars with turned trim rings. The attractive case has a look appropriate for the period, however the risers have been extended to accept this movement. The well figured veneer on the case is accented by cross banding around the door and on the plinth. Quarter columns on plinth and trunk are reeded and with wooden capitals that are appropriate. Dial signature is still good and untouched and hands are original. There is paint loss at the locations of the dial feet and some paint loss on the rolling moon. For reference, see "Six Quaker Clockmakers" by descendant Edw Chandlee (1943) Note: Goldsmith Chandlee was oldest son of Benjamin Chandlee, Jr. who made the clock in lot 870. Ht 89". The sweep seconds hand is loose. $8000 - $10000
580 Henry Joseph, Camborne, English tall case clock with 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in oak case with brass dial decorated with eagle grasping banner reading "TEMPUS FUGIT", c1830     the case appears to be an old refinish and the top crest is missing (two vacant holes in the hood). The tomstone door on the trunk decorated with inlaid star does not shut flush. The dial is in good condition with little loss to the blacking. Ht 83" $1000 - $1200
581 Robert Gibson, Whitehaven, England tall case clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in an inlaid mahogany case with rope turned columns flanking trunk and hood. The painted iron dial has moon phase and second's bit, c1820     the case has a very old, possibly original finish with two missing outer finials and one replaced center finial. The dial retains its original paint. This is a "short door" case from the midlands, and with pleasant proportions. Ht 90" $1000 - $1250
582 Thomas & Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement tall clock, c1811     Refinished pine case in clean condition. The nicely designed hood is not original to the rest of the case and may have been fabricated to replace a damaged or missing hood. The painted dial has suffered a break at the bottom left corner and needs some attention. The dial has several stress cracks to the paint probably caused by expansion and contraction over the years from humidity. The overall discolored look of the dial may have been caused by someone applying a layer of shellac to protect the paint. In restoring the movement someone has replaced the original wood bushings with plastic. The bell stand and bell are a later restoration. Complete with pendulum and weights. Ht 85". $750 - $1000
583 Thomas Wagstaffe, London, 8 day time and strike with calendar composite brass 12" dial tall clock. Wagstaffe was a Quaker who frequently supplied movements to his fellow American Quakers who had them cased in Philadelphia or Newport, movement c1770, case probably c1810.     Quarter sawn oak case in an old finish in fairly nice condition for its age with some minor issues such as split in the top of the backboard now held together with metal and wood cross strips. Case most likely had feet now missing. The capitals and base on the wood columns on the hood are now gold painted, but overall a nice case. This dial and movement are married to this early 1800's country English case. The dial has been nicely cleaned and restored. The movement is clean and complete with a pendulum and weights. Usually a Wagstaffe movement would be found in a higher style Philadelphia (or London) case. Ht 84 1/2". $1200 - $1600
584 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., 9 tube hall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime, weight driven movement playing Whittington, Westminster, or St. Michael's tune in mahogany case with six heavily beveled glasses. The silvered arched dial has applied brass numerals, finely cast spandrels and dial center, moonphase, selection for tunes or silent, and second's bit, c1918     the case retains its excellent original finish. The dial is in excellent condition with no flaking on the moon phase. The suspension spring on the pendulum is broken but present. The tubes are individually signed "WALTHAM CLOCK COMPANY". The original winding crank and keys are included. The large & robust Waltham 3-weight movement was perhaps the finest produced in the world. Ht 97" $4000 - $6000
585 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Schwarzenbach, Germany, triple tune, rolling moon tall case clock time and quarter chime on 9 tubes with option for Westminster, Whittington, or Winchester chimes + silent lever The movement is 8 day and has a three jar mercury pendulum housed in an elaborately and ornately carved mahogany case with well carved male & female figures flanking the hood and trunk and with gargoyles on the base on claw feet, and wtih moon phase dial. c1900     the impressive case retains its original finish, the feet have been removed for transport. The mercury is about 50% the level it should be but is present and the jars are stained but should clean up. The dial is slightly darkened. Ht 99" $7500 - $10000
586 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Huntress Swing" 8 day figural mystery clock, c1883.     the figure has its old bronze patina with small amount of wear, some nicks on her arm, and the swinging pendulum retains its polished brass finish. The white paper dial has a few yellowish spots. The movement has been professionally serviced recently and runs well. Ht 25" overall. $1800 - $2200
587 Dent, London, England, "Congreve Rolling Ball Clock", 8 day, spring driven, fusee movement with maintaining power is regulated by a rolling steel ball traversing an inclined plane every 15 seconds, tripping a lever, tilting the plane in the opposite direction, while registering 15 second intervals on the right dial, minutes on the center and hours on the left all on a marble base in a Plexiglass case, dated 1973     this clock, one of a limited edition of 150 reproduced by Dent in the 1970's, is a replica of the original patented by Sir William Congreve in 1808. It is running and in excellent original condition with one small crack in lower corner of Plexiglass case. It is engraved on the back plate "ANDREW FELL DEL. 1973 SER. No. 132" and the front has Dent signature on a silvered plate. Ht 17 1/2", Wdt 19", Depth 14 1/2" $5000 - $7000
588 French Empire swinging doll 8 day time and strike ebonized portico clock, c1870     this case, with its barley-twist columns, porcelain dial and profuse detailed lacquered brass trim, has been fully restored and brightly polished. The Farcot patent chaff cutter escapement, with two escape wheels, seems to tick fine. The clean looking movement has count wheel and bell half-hour striking. The cast-metal doll on its swing appears to be old, and is proper for this model. The clock was originally on wooden base under dome. Ht 21" $700 - $1000
589 French mystery clock, "La Balancelle" double dialed shop window regulator 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in nickel plated and brass grid iron pendulum form case with two white enamel dials, one with sweep seconds and the other without, c1850     good running order and has been recently serviced. The case has alternating nickel plated and brass rods in the grid iron portion. The brass needs to be polished. The dials are excellent with no hairlines. The original mounting bracket is included. Please see Derek Robert's "Mystery, Novelty & Fantasy Clocks", page 143 where he describes the mystery of the clock when suspended in the window, when viewed from the outside would have no apparent reason to swing. From the rear a bar coming down from the ceiling bracket engages the crutch. Ht 48" $3000 - $4000
590 French mystery clock, "La Balancelle" double dialed shop window regulator 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in nickel plated grid iron pendulum form case with two white enamel dials, one with sweep seconds and the other without, c1850     the case retains its excellent original nickel plated surface. The dials are excellent with no hairlines. The original mounting bracket is included. Please see Derek Robert's "Mystery, Novelty & Fantasy Clocks", page 143 where he describes the mystery of the clock when suspended in the window, when viewed from the outside would have no apparent reason to swing. From the rear a bar coming down from the ceiling bracket engages the crutch. Ht 48" $3000 - $4000
591 Austrian, Christian Federl, Miniature Laterndluhr, weight for time, and springs for quarter and hour strike, in a well made mahogany veneered case with satinwood edge banding, 1 to 2 day duration, c1820     except for a missing pane of glass, lower left, the over all condition is excellent and original, with a nice clean porcelain dial still bearing the makers signature. The seat board mounted movement is very clean and ticking / striking. Pendulum rod is polished steel, and brass bob with some lead shot inside to assist time keeping. Ht 28" $12000 - $15000
592 A rare and early Japanese bell clock (Tsurigane Dokei) within a finely cast bronze bell with Japanese characters and double headed dragon form handle; having a posted, iron, double spring driven, striking movement with crown wheel escapement and time regulated by a large circular balance with moveable double weights, originally for adjusting the temporal hours every day before each sunrise and sunset with the change of each Japanese season. The brass dial with single, fixed hand has traditional Japanese numerals 9 through 4 with applied silvered butterflies to the original surrounding dial plate. The rotating dial with adjustable "hour" and "half hour" markers is a common 19th Century upgrade to many very early Japanese clocks that have a single foliot or balance, since changing the weights and hence the rate before sunrise and sunset each day was extremely unhandy. This is verified by J. Drummond Robertson in The Evolution of Clockwork , page 226 saying "we find some of the old clocks "converted" to the new style of motion work. The old fixed hour circle with its revolving centre was removed and the new revolving circle and its fixed hand with adjustable "hour" plates was substituted." This is the case in each of the only other examples of Japanese Bell Clocks of which we are aware: see Japanese Clocks by N.H.N. Mody, plate 113, fig.1 for an almost identical example to the clock being offered. This dial conversion is also apparent in the Bronze Bell Clock sold at Sotheby's Masterpieces From the Time Museum Sale, Part Two, 19 June 2002, lot 126. An inscription on the bell reads Fukushima ya Katsutaro 1689, who may be the maker of either the clock or the bell. Most Japanese spring driven clocks have a fusee to the time train and a going barrel to the strike train. This movement is anomalous, in that is has two going barrels. It may be that the Japanese had not developed a method of turning a fusee at this early date, C.1690     the clock movement and bell are in excellent original condition. Service will be needed for time train mainspring and barrel. A well designed contemporary stand and mirror are included. The Japanese system of timekeeping divided the day into two periods; from sunset to sunrise and then from sunrise to sunset. These periods would vary in length depending on the season of the year. Each period contained six equal intervals numbered 9 to 4. Sunset and sunrise were the sixth interval of each period and midnight and midday were the ninth interval of each period. This is an extremely rare clock and in unusually good condition. Ht 11 1/2" bell only, Ht 23 1/2" to top of stand $20000 - $25000
593 The Boehm "Mayflower Clock", Llandow, Wales, modern annular commemorative 8 day timepiece by K.J.Bradford, Chelmsford, England, Serial No.251, late 20th century     this heavy well made piece has a 24-hour horizontal dial above a brass illustrated map showing the route of the Pilgrims' ship. The heeling vessel, mounted upon a marble and wood cap, lifts off for winding. All is in very nice original condition. Brisk ticking can be heard, but the movement has not been examined. Ht with dome 12 1/2" $300 - $500
594 French bronze and ormolu figural mantel clock, 8 day, silk thread suspension, time and bell strike, spring driven movement with unusual automatic beat adjustment designed to keep the pallets centered by gravity on the pallet arbor in well patinated case with Roman figure holding tablet with the title of Virgil's works, accented with ormolu appliqués and spandrels with a musical motif and a Roman numeral white enamel chapter ring, c1810     the clock is in excellent original condition, seems to run and strike fine. Ht 18 1/2" $6000 - $8000
595 French bronze figural clock, "Lady Liberty", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with platform escapement all on a marble base (not pictured), c1900     the clock has an interesting motif with twin kneeling Atlas supporting globe surmounted by Art Nouveau "Lady Liberty" with outstretched arm and banner. Ht 23" $6000 - $7500
596 French, Guilmet, rare automaton "LOOM" from the industrial series, a conventional time and bell strike movement, with the exposed gears and loom driven by a weight falling down the right side of the base, the "motor" for the loom, a large heavily made clockwork movement with dual vane fan governor. Typical of Guilmet's designs, the loom includes a thermometer to the left and an aneroid barometer to the right , c1880     serial number 494. Porcelain dial with arabic numerals is excellent and has a heavy cast and gilded overlay mask. This model virtually never turns up and we are pleased to offer it. Note the special cable roller/ idler pulley has been moved from one side of the lower box to the other [see original location to left in detail photo Ht 22 1/2" $16000 - $20000
597 French, Large Cast & gilt bronze Balloon Clock, the case depicting a hot air balloon with a woven basket below, and is anchored to the ground within a fenced platform. Has a gold dore finish. Dial has applied Arabic numerals and fancy black hands; typical round French brass time and strike movement, signed Japy Freres, c1890     the gilt finish on the case is still in very bright condition; all the gilt brass "ropes" and basket pieces are intact. Note the base only to this clock is gilt white metal. The Japy movement is running, however appears oil soaked and would benefit from cleaning. Ht 27" $7500 - $8500
598 French, Love & Time, Bronze and Marble mantle clock, depicting Father time or Chronos with his scythe, sitting in a boat, steered by the cherubic Amor, and with a quality movement by Vincenti (1855 award medallion), the bronze boat and "water" mounted to a well figured piece of yellow / black striped marble, the whole supported on 4 large paw feet, c1875.     except that the scythe has become loose/separated from Chronos, clock is in overall excellent original condition. This model was made from around 1814 to about 1890, and examples can be found in several reference books, notably Elke Niehüser's book titled "French Bronze Clocks", page 43. Other examples can be found on the internet. The well made gong strike movement retains a perfect porcelain dial and original moon hands. In addition to the Vincenti medallion, it bears the imprint of the importer "A-1" and #7173. A very heavy item requiring special packing for shipment. Width = 21" Ht 21" $11000 - $14000
599 French, very large swing clock, Patinated spelter tree limbs entwined at the top to form the support for the swinging clock. A romantic couple are seated in a swing, appearing to suspend by rope, The original marble base with a brass title plaque: "Idylle Printaniere, par Geo Maxim", the couple swinging from side to side without apparent impulse, c1890     this clock came from a collector in NY who had the ball professionally restored a royal blue color. The balance of the clock is in excellent original condition, and the movement clean and in running order; spelter parts with nice patina. Ht 33" $11000 - $15000
600 Lepine, Paris, France figural clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, spring driven movement in gilt ormolu case with seated figure surmounting 10" white enamel dial, a peacock and two swans with turned feet, c1880     The clock is in excellent overall condition with very bright ormolu and only a minor dial repair at slow / fast adjustment. Ht 18 1/4" $9000 - $11000
601 R. Holt & Cie, Paris, France miniature skeleton clock for the English market, 8 day, time and alarm, spring driven movement introduced at the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London, signed on the dial and movement. Includes original glass dome on ebonized base, c1860     complete and in excellent original condition with pull string alarm. There are no hairlines in the white enamel dial. The base is stamped "Ms. Honorables, Exp. Paris, Londres", and the back plate with the initial "P". Details on this clock can be found in Derek Robert's book "Continental and American Skeleton Clocks", pages 102-3, wherein his research shows that although these were introduced at the Great Exhibition of 1851, and are commonly identified by that reference, they were actually produced from 1850 through the 1890s. Ht 10 1/2" $500 - $700
602 Skeleton clock, Chinese, in a cathedral frame, modern copy of English double fusee original, less dome, c.2002     overall very good original condition, but movement is dry and only tries to tick and strike; will need cleaning. An original would be $3500 or more. Ht 19" $750 - $1000
603 Anglo-American, 8 day, time and strike, ebonized case with MOP inlay mantel clock, c1860     Ebonized case in nice condition with some wear on the case edges and small piece of veneer missing at the top back edge. Original painted dial marked "Holloway & Co., London", has been professionally restored. Hands are original. Case houses an unsigned American brass movement. Ht 15". $200 - $300
604 Movement & dial, Timothy Tregoe, Great Marlow, English brass 30 hour time and strike weight driven, square dial, one hand, c1770     this early posted movement has its striking train behind the time train, and a rear count wheel The continuous chain has its lead donut counterweight and pulley, but no weight and no pendulum. The top mount bell is old, and the engraved brass dial with listed maker name is in nice condition. The wood seatboard is modern. The movement, with anchor escapement, appears complete and will function, but not tested with weight and pendulum. The single steel hour hand is old. Tregoe worked at Great Marlow from c1769-1798. This movement early in his career, c1770. Dial is 9" square. $300 - $400
605 Junghans, Germany, small "Swinger" on Diana statue, c1910     The white metal statue is intact and retains its bronze patina in good condition. Its black painted wood base has just tiny nicks. The clock itself has most of its original gilding, now somewhat worn. The movement ticks but needs service. Ht overall is 13.5" $150 - $300
606 German Black Forest cuckoo & quail carved wood wall clock, c1900     the carving is well done on this medium size clock, and there are no obvious losses or damage, but the crest color and finish are a bit different from the rest so it may not be original. The white hands are newer. The cast plate three weight F. Spitzhoff movement needs cleaning. There are 3 new bellows that call properly and the crest is a newer carving. Ht without pendulum & weights is 25" $300 - $500
607 German R/A wall clock, 8 day time and strike spring driven unsigned movement in walnut and ebonized case, c1890     case is in beautiful polished condition with no obvious losses or damage. Burl veneer has bold grain patterns throughout. Porcelain dial has some faint hairlines in the 2-3 area, porcelain pendulum bob and beat scale are fine. Movement ticks and strikes, looks clean. Coiled gong and gridiron pendulum rods could be shined up. Glass is wavy. Faint inked trademark on back of case. Ht 36" $250 - $450
608 German, 1-weight "Vienna Regulator" in a grained case with original top, slide mount movement with original brass brackets, old pulley and hands, c1880     there are some dry splits in the case. One loose molding. Bottom finial(s) lacking. Porcelain dial, pulley, weight and hands all good. Overall very good original condition. Ht 42" $350 - $450
609 German, miniature "RA" wall clock in a "Bird & 7-leaf with Cuckoo" format, the door surrounded with vines, and the small spring movement with 7 wheels in the train to achieve 8 day duration, c1880     the porcelain dial is perfect with no chips nor hairlines; delicate hands are original; "RA" pendulum is original and xlnt.. The carved case is in excellent original condition. Ht 15" $1700 - $2200
610 Gustav Becker, German walnut 8 day 2 weight time and strike Vienna regulator wall clock, c1911     this ornate carved and turned case is in overall very good condition with small losses, scuffs and cracks. The two-piece crest, finials, etc., all old and correct. The multicolor porcelain dial, with GB trademark, is fine. The weights are old but don't quite match. The movement, with 2 maker stamps and serial number 1794878, shows some dirt and rust but should restore okay. The seconds hand is missing (available from Timesavers.com) and the hands need attention to fit properly. Ht 54" $350 - $550
611 Hamburg American Clock Co., Germany, water fountain 30 hour walnut novelty mantel clock, c1900     this was a lower price version of exotic Continental clocks with rotating glass tubes simulating pouring water. The HAC crossed arrows trademark is on the worn paper dial. The wood case has many nice embellishments and is in good overall condition. Both spring wound movements function briefly but need cleaning. Ht 13 1/2" to top of handle. $400 - $600
612 Picture clock with oil on zinc painting of castle scene inset with Continental rear wind, silk thread suspension movement in castle tower, spring driven with white enamel Roman numeral dial. The painting has a smooth molded frame, c1820     the painting is in good condition. The dial has a couple of tiny flakes on it. Although the springs and heavy winding arbors appear to be those of an 8-day movement, it may run for a shorter time. Ht 15" x Wdth 20" $600 - $900
613 Picture clock with oil on zinc painting of castle scene inset with Jos Pichler, Vienna, Austria pocket watch movement in castle tower clock. The movement is gilt, 30 hour, time only, fusee and spring driven. The painting has a molded and ebonized frame, c1800     the movement is not running. The painting has some scattered inpaint and restoration. Ht 16 1/2", Wdt 19" $600 - $800
614 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, Germany 8 day time and strike stained wood gallery clock, in the style of an English dial, c1890     clearly made for the English market, this case is in very nice condition with pegs, hinged doors on bottom and one side, and just a few age cracks in the bezel. The painted metal dial overall is good, and just has the stains and cracks expected on an original. White plaster holds in the glass, and some small chunks have left. The W&H stamped spring movement (not fusee) ticks and strikes but should be cleaned. Diameter 16 1/2" $275 - $375
615 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Cetus" 8 day time and strike crystal regulator, c1914     the brass has been brightly polished and lacquered, and the beveled glass panels are fine except for some scratches on one side piece. The enamel dial has just one hairline by the strike winding hole, and the visible escapement has steel pallets. The fancy cast bezel and pendulum retain their original gold plating. The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 11" $350 - $550
616 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Prism" 8 day time and strike crystal regulator mantel clock, c1914     the brass and glass case has been nicely repolished and lacquered, and the beveled glasses are fine. The porcelain dial has one small hairline by the VII. The pendulum has intact simulated mercury glass vials. The clean movement, with jeweled pallets visible escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 10 3/4" $300 - $400
617 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Zenith" 8 day time and strike crystal regulator, c1914     all the cast brass case and pendulum pieces have been brightly polished, and the dial and beveled glasses are in fine condition. Simulated mercury pendulum. The movement ticks, strikes and looks clean. Ht 15" $300 - $500
618 French brass and glass oval 8 day time and strike crystal regulator mantel clock, c1890     the lacquered brass finish has some small tarnish spots but overall a nice older patina. The curved beveled glass is fine except for a tiny chip in the top corner of the front door. The porcelain dial, signed Bigelow Kennard & Co., Boston, has a few faint hairlines. The compensating pendulum has its 2 glass vials, The movement, with Japy Freres Gnd. Med. D'Honneur stamp, ticks and strikes but could use cleaning. Ht 11" $500 - $700
619 German 400 day disk pendulum clock in polished brass and beveled glass crystal regulator case, c1910     brightly lacquered case has perfect beveled glass. Multicolor dial has painted garlands and "Germany" printed under the 6. Torsion spring is broken at top hanger, so round movement not tested. Torsion springs are readily available at: thehorolovarcompany.com and Timesavers. Ht 10 1/2" $250 - $450
620 German, Gustav Becker, disc pendulum 400 day clock in its original mahogany case, c1910     the precisely made case retains good beveled glasses and only small hairline in its porcelain dial, has a Gustav Becker Medaille D'Or movement 1802371, torsion wire may need replacement or adjusting. Ht 12". $300 - $500
621 New Haven "Theron" 8 day time and strike brass & glass crystal regulator, c1911     the unmarred case has an old brightly polished patina with small areas of tarnish. The visible escapement has steel pallets. The porcelain dial is near perfect as is the simulated mercury pendulum and the beveled glass panels. The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 11" $300 - $500
622 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 64" crystal regulator, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement, polished brass and glass case, c1908     the case has been beautifully and brightly polished/ restored like new. The original multicolor porcelain dial, beveled glasses, simulated mercury pendulum all are fine. Movement ticks and strikes fine, but may need adjustments (our standard disclaimer). Ht 11" $500 - $800
623 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No.13" 8 day time and strike brass and glass crystal regulator mantel clock, c1907     this ornate cast metal case appears to retain its "rich gold" finish with some wear. The porcelain dial is pristine. One side panel has a couple of small corner chips, the rest of the thick beveled glass is fine. The movement, with its rear count wheel ticks and strikes but may need cleaning. Ht 11 1/2" $350 - $550
624 Winterhalder & Hofmeier, for Bailey, Banks & Biddle, Philadelphia, 8 day quarter striking mahogany and beveled glass mantel clock, c1900     this is an unusual clock in very nice condition. The thick beveled glass panels are fine, the silvered dial is clear and shiny, and the wood appears to have an old glowing patina. This is a balance-wheel clock with jeweled platform, and it gongs bim-bams on the quarters. You will need a little square key to open the case doors. The movement, with the W&H stamp, ticks briefly but will need cleaning. Ht 10" $300 - $500
625 E. Terry & Sons, 30 hour time and strike wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1828     Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. Scroll top is original with intact ears. Feet and front skirt are replacements. Tablet is a replacement. Original painted wood dial has wear and paint loss. Hands are original. Finials are not original. Ht 29". $700 - $900
626 E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1828     Mahogany veneered case in a very old finish in need of restoration. Original top will need to have the ears fixed. Original feet have some damage to the tips on the front skirt. Center strip on the door needs to be veneered. A small piece of the round molding at the top front corner is missing. Both glasses are not original. Hands of this type are sometimes seen on a pillar and scroll and appear to be original. Wood dial is clean. Ht 29" $700 - $900
627 Eli & Samuel Terry, 30 hour time and strike wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1825     Stripped mahogany veneered case with minor repairs. Veneer repair at the door lock, with the key escutcheon replaced with wood. The tips on the front skirt are broken off. Original scrolls with a minor veneer repair to the tip of one scroll. Feet are original. Tablet is a replacement. Original painted dial has some paint loss from shrinking of the wood over time. Hands are period. Finials are not original. Ht 29" $900 - $1200
628 Eli Terry, Plymouth, Conn., pillar and scroll clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven wooden works movement in mahogany veneer case with painted wooden dial and reverse painted lower tablet, c1820     the case retains its original finish, nicely rubbed down. There are repairs to breaks on original feet. The top the center cap and the side pieces restored and the veneer was loose at one time and someone cranked down on some clamps leaving a dent or two in the secondary wood. Finials are replacements in the proper style. There is a crack in the original lower tablet. Ht 31 1/2" $1000 - $1500
629 Ephraim Downs, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1830     Mahogany veneered case with some restoration. Original scrolls have repairs to both scrolls. Feet and skirt were replaced a long time ago. There is a small veneer repair on the front of the base. Original painted dial with some loss. Hands are original. Movement is correct. Tablet is not original. Lock is missing. Set of period finials with the tips missing on two of them. Ht 29" $600 - $800
630 Attleboro 8 day weight driven mahogany banjo timepiece, c1850     the intact case has a nice old finish and has been upgraded with Howard style reverse paint glasses. There are some thin shrinkage separations in the wood bezel. The painted metal dial is in good condition, and the unsigned movement ticks but may need cleaning. Ht. 29" $700 - $900
631 Boston, unknown , 8 day, mahogany banjo or patent timepiece, c1830.     Refinished mahogany with restoration. Blocks on the throat and bottom door look to have been added later. Both glasses are replacements. Original painted dial is badly worn with poor touchup to the numbers. Hands are period. Bottom board is a replacement. Finial is a replacement. Movement is fastened to the case with a single screw through the back plate Ht 29.5" $400 - $600
632 Boston, Unsigned , 8 day, banjo or Patent timepiece, c1835     Refinished mahogany case with restoration. Bottom door is a replacement. Original dial is worn with paint loss. Period hands. Both tablets are replacements. There is a crack in the lower third of the backboard. Finial is modern. Ht 29.5". $300 - $500
633 Boston, unsigned , 8 day, banjo or patent timepiece. Stenciled on the backboard is label that reads: "Henry Willard, Clock Case, Manufacturer, Washington St., Boston". Henry was the son of Aaron Willard, Sr., and half brother to Aaron Willard, Jr. He was trained as a cabinetmaker and provided cases to the Willards and others, c1825.     Mahogany case in very nice condition in an old finish. Original dial plate looks to have been repainted many years ago. Movement originally mounted to back plate with through bolts is now fastened with single screw through the back plate Nice lead weight with the name: "A. W. Conners" stamped in several places. Hands are original. . The tablets are old, but replacements by W. W. Sprague & Co. of Boston, ca. 1905. They are now backed with cardboard. Ht 30" $1200 - $1500
634 Massachusetts 8 day weight driven mahogany gold front banjo clock, c1840     the movement in this clock has flat brass crutch wire, this is a late c1870 or later Hatch or Tifft style banjo which originally had black & gilt glasses and has been fixed up to look earlier. Gilt rope door and throat later and both glasses replaced. The finial is not original. Ht 33" $300 - $500
635 Rhode Island 8 day mahogany banjo timepiece, Killam & Co., Pawtucket, R.I. works, c1915     according to Spittler & Bailey, these movements were made 1908-1930 and then cased and sold by Tilden-Thurber of Providence, R.I. The solid wood case, brass sidearms and eagle finial, and reverse paint glasses are of comparable quality to Waltham banjos, and are in very nice original condition. The painted metal dial is very good, but the 4 mount holes have been elongated to line up correctly. Movement ticks but may need cleaning. Ht. 39" $1000 - $1400
636 Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn, 30 day, Wagon Spring wall timepiece, a large octagonal case with rosewood veneer and ripple molding accents, and with an old repair label from C R Smith and Son, corner Market & 18th St, Philadelphia, label showing repair on March 6, 1891, and perhaps the original sale in 1862, c1860     there are some small wood losses on the large round turned bezel; there are places where the finish is rubbed through to the veneer. The dial pan has been cut out at the center to show the movement (this was not done at the factory), and has been repainted with the name "Joseph Ives" who invented the movement type, but had nothing to do with making this clock. There is also a thin wooden shim [see photo] under the entire movement, to move it forward slightly. Movement complete and ticks. Hands are possible replacements. Ht 27 1/2" Dial diameter 18" $2500 - $3000
637 Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "30 Day Extra", 30 day, time only, two weight driven movement in rosewood case with painted metal dial, c1870     the case is professionally refinished. The "CITY TIME" tablet is original. The weights and pendulum are nickel plated and original. The flocking lining inside of case is replaced. There is some touch up paint on dial. Please see Phil Gregory's "The Clocks of Irenus Atkins" pages 58, 60 & 61 for a similar example. Ht 59" $3000 - $4000
638 Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Octagon Drop XX Regulator" with type III (fancy frame) wagon spring, 30 day, time only movement in a rosewood veneered case with ripple molding around the top, c1855     the case retains its original finish and original ivory knobs and has minor veneer flakes above 10 and on lower left side. The dial is probably an early 20th century repaint now signed "Joseph Ives, New York", who invented the wagon spring mechanism. There is minor touch up to the lower glass. Please see Brooks Palmer "The Book of American Clocks", fig 239 for this exact clock and also "The Clocks of Irenus Atkins" by Phil Gregory, page 66. Ht 25" Ives licensed the use of his wagon spring to Atkins & Whiting (1850-1855), and to Atkins Clock Mfg. Co. (1855-1858). In 1858 Ives forbid the latter firm to use his wagon spring clock. Presumably all the examples manufactured after the new firm Atkins Clock Co. was formed in 1859 had only the fusee movement for their 30-day models. The signature on this dial is spurious. The dials on these were never signed, though because of this clock's photo being published 60 years ago, this signature has wrongly been put on many repainted dials of this model. (C. Bailey, 2011) $2500 - $3500
639 George Hills, Plainville, Conn., 30 hour time and strike marine movement mirror wall clock, c1855.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish with a small loss of veneer on the flat outer frame near the bottom. Original mirrors. Original signed painted dial with some loss on the raised rim and minor loss in the center area. Hands are original. Case houses an iron back plate lever escapement marine movement. Very nice clean label inside next to the movement. F/S hand is missing. Gilt trim around mirror now gold painted. Ht 38". $900 - $1200
640 Atkins & Porter, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour time and strike bevel case shelf clock, c1845     Refinished Mahogany and Birdseye maple case with repairs to the mahogany veneer trim and a small repair to the Birdseye maple veneer. Original painted dial has age darkened with inpainting to chipped areas that does not quite match. Hands and movement are original. Mirror appears to be a replacement. Ht 25 3/4" $100 - $150
641 Atkins, Whiting & Co., "Parlor #1" with a Type III 30 day, wagon spring movement shelf clock, c1852     Rosewood veneered case in original finish. Original top tablet with some very minor loss. Bottom tablet is a period mirror, that looks to be original as mirrors were used on these as well as gold design glass and a wood panel. Part of the mirror's center has been removed by a later owner to show the pendulum. Hands are original. Case houses a 30 day, type III decorative scroll design movement with a mixture of brass and tin wheels. Original painted dial has loss at the winding holes, center area, and at the mounting screws. This seems to be a problem with Atkins, Whiting & Co. dials in general. Ht 17.75" $1750 - $2250
642 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., 8 day time and strike wagon spring steeple on frame with candle finials, c1845     Refinished rosewood and mahogany veneered case with a small piece of veneer missing at the upper door handle. The base cap and candle finials although nice, are replacements. Both tablets are modern. Original painted dial has numerous hairline cracks with some inpainting. Hands are original. Movement is signed. An almost complete label inside case. Ht 26". $1500 - $2000
643 Birge, Mallory & Co, Bristol, Conn., 8 day weight driven time and strike mahogany column & cornice shelf clock, c1840     the imposing case has been nicely refinished, and retains its original paper label. There are a few small veneer repairs and losses. Glass and mirror putty in door looks old, and top glass is bubbly. Original painted dial has some wood showing, and has a little mirror panel that lifts up to reveal escape wheel. Large strap brass movement should be cleaned. The lower glass is a proper style repaint. Ht 37" $400 - $600
644 Birge, Mallory & Co., 8 day time and strike column and cornice or double decker shelf clock, c1846     Refinished mahogany veneered case with a repair to a small piece of missing veneer with some colored wood filler and at the edges of the cornice top. Both tablets are of the proper design, but replacements. Slide mirror in the original dial is missing. Hands are original. Case houses a large strap brass movement. Ht 37 1/4". $225 - $325
645 Brewster & Ingrahams, 8 day, time and strike, Kirk's Patent Iron back plate beehive shelf clock, c1845     Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish with some minor veneer chips on the base. Painted dial has some loss to the numbers and minor paint loss at the winding abors. This is a heavy sheet iron dial of a type you would not expect to find in this style case which makes one wonder if this dial is a later replacement. The original hour hand has become detached from its sleeve and will need repair. Minute hand is original also. Iron back plate rack striking movement is signed. Nice etched glass tablet. Clean label inside case. Ht 19". $300 - $500
646 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn, 8 day, time and strike, "Repeating Brass Clock", behive shelf clock, c1845.     Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. Some veneer loss on the base, on the back left edge, a repair on the top right back edge and a small repair on the round door bezel. Original dial has been professionally restored. Hands are original. Rack and snail brass movement is signed. Movement has original brass springs. Ht 19". $400 - $600
647 C. & N. Jerome, 30 hour time and strike weight brass movement round side shelf clock, c1836     Refinished mahogany case with possible loss of veneer on the base. Original round brass dial with some tarnish and wear to the numbers. Both tablets are original with restoration to the background. Bottom tablet is cracked in the lower left corner. Hour hand is a replacement. Minute hand is old but not original and is made up from two different hands. Brass key escutcheon is missing. Original paper covering on the backboard and a very nice original card label. Tablets by William B. Fenn. Ht 22". $175 - $275
648 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, oversize fusee steeple clock, c1855     Mahogany and Ash veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. There has been some veneer repair on the base, at the lock and at the top hinge. Original dial has been restored with the signature strengthened. Hands are of the proper type, but are later replacements. Fusee powered seatboard movement is signed. Tablet is original. Nice clean label inside case. Brass door escutcheon is missing. A rare model. Ht 22.75". $500 - $700
649 E. C. Breswter for Daniel Pratt, Jr., Reading, Mass., 8-day time and strike Iron back plate movement shelf clock, c1842.     Refinished rosewood and mahogany veneered case with just a couple of veneer chips on the bottom of the door and the base. Original painted dial is badly flaked and will need restoration. Mirror is a replacement. Hands are original. Nice Pratt label inside case. Ht 21 1/2". $300 - $500
650 E. & G. W. Bartholomew, 30 hour time and strike wood movement small half column and splat with paw feet shelf clock, c1830     Stripped mahogany veneered case with a couple veneer pieces missing at the top front edge. Stenciling on the columns has been restored. Stenciling on the splat appears to be original. Both chimneys show repairs. Tablet is a replacement. Two of the toes on one of the paw feet are missing. The two side returns are missing. Period hands and clean label. Ht 27" $275 - $375
651 E.C.Brewster & Co., Bristol, Conn. 8 day time and strike mahogany iron backplate lyre gong beehive clock, c1841     this is an early, heavy and rare Kirk patent brass-mainspring clock, with rack & snail striking, made by Brewster prior to his partnership with Ingraham. The iron mainspring caps are there but we did not look inside to see if springs are original. The case has its old finish and frosted glass tablet with Brewster's small paper label still tacked inside. Note scarce wood dial with gilt chapter ring in good condition. The movement ticks and strikes but should be serviced. Ht 19" $800 - $1200
652 Forestville Mfg. Co., (J. C. Brown), 8 day time and strike column and cornice shelf clock, c1845     Refinished mahogany case in fine condition with a small chip on the cornice and one on the base. Original painted and signed wood dial with some wear and loss at the mounting pins. Tablets are original. Minute hands looks to be a replacement. Lyre form movement. Ht 33" $300 - $400
653 Forestville Mfg. Co., (J. C. Brown), Bristol, Conn., 8 day time and strike/alarm fusee movement steeple clock, c 1845.     mahogany veneer case is good with some small veneer chips on the base and on the back edge. There is a little loss at the back edge of the peak. Cone finials, while nicely done, appear to be replacements, stained to match old finish. Original painted dial has a fair amount of loss and would need attention or left as is. Hour hand is original. Minute is a replacement. Tablet is original. Movement is signed. Very clean label inside case. Ht 20". $350 - $450
654 Henry Terry, Plymouth, Conn., 8 day time and strike wood movement half column & carved splat shelf clock, c1833     Mahogany veneered case in original finish with a minor repair on the upper door. There is some evidence of the stenciling under the dark finish on the columns. Carved splat is period, but is a replacement. There is a crack to the base that would need attention. Tablet is a replacement. Two of the paws on the carved feet are missing. The right back foot is replaced and not the proper design. Original mahogany plate movement with a small repair to the bridge. Bone escutcheon on the bottom door is missing. Top wood pulley on the left side is missing. Dial and hands are original, but the hour hand has been repaired. Ht 37" $350 - $450
655 Hotchkiss & Benedict, Auburn, NY, 8 day time and strike brass movement shelf clock. Serial no. 2293 stamped on the movement. This is a late movement as the winding holes are now symmetrical on the dial, c1837     Refinished mahogany veneered case with some minor veneer repair and veneer chips on the door. Original painted wood dial is very nice for its age. Mirror has a crack in the lower corner. The backboard has some old worm damage on the top edge. It is also cracked and someone put on hinges to fasten two pieces together that allows you to flip down the back to view the back of the movement. The current bell is now mounted behind the splat. It was probably mounted inside under the top originally. Two of the four pulleys are original. The hands appear to be replacements as they are rather short. Remains of original wallpaper inside case as well as the label. Someone added a small metal finial on the center of the carved splat. Ht 37 1/2" $850 - $950
656 J. C. Brown, Forestville, Conn., 30 hour brass movement grain painted column shelf clock, c1845     Grain painted case in fine condition. Painted metal dial is original with some minor loss and inpainted that does not quite match. Tablet is original with some minor loss. Hands are original. Clean label inside case. Ht 24 3/4" $175 - $275
657 John Birge for George Mitchell, Bristol, Conn., 8 day time and strike strap brass movement triple decker shelf clock, c1831     Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. Bottom tablet is original with some loss and is cracked. Columns and splat are gold painted, but have mellowed to create a nice look. Original painted dial has some minor chips, but is quite nice for its age. Large strap brass movement with pewter winding drums. Hands appear to be original. Key escutcheons are now wood. Ht 36" $500 - $600
658 Rodney Brace, North Bridgewater, Mass., 30 hour time and strike Torrington wood movement carved column and splat shelf clock, c1825.     Refinished and restored carved case in very nice condition. At the base of each carved column there is a small side piece missing. A toe is broken off one foot. Original painted dial with some loss at the mounting pins. Mirror is period, but is a replacement. Hands are original. Clean label inside case. Ht 35". $2000 - $2500
659 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, column & cornice shelf clock, c1870.     Mahogany veneered case in original finish with some minor chips and minor veneer loss each side just below the cornice. Original gilt columns with couple dings on the left column. Original painted dial with minor loss at the mounting pins. Hands are original. Tablets are original. Very clean label inside case. Movement is signed. Ht 32.25" $200 - $300
660 Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour time and strike wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830     Mahogany veneered case in original finish and stenciling with a couple of veneer chips on the top front edge. Tablet is original with some loss. Dial and hands are original. The support for the pinion that drives the count wheel needs to be bone or ivory rather than the current repair. Has an exceptionally clean label. Ht 28 1/4" $300 - $400
661 Terry & Andrews, Bristol Conn., "Steeple on Case" mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in mahogany veneer case with painted metal dial and stenciled tablets, c1840     the case has its original finish rubbed down and what appears to be a thin coat of lacquer applied. The hands, dial, label and both tablets are original. The bottom tablet has the Indian with the motto "TIME CUTS DOWN ALL BOTH GREAT AND SMALL" with two eagles and two lions. The original brass springs are still present in the recently serviced movement. This is a fine example of this model. Ht 25" $1200 - $1700
662 Baird Clock, Co., Plattsburgh, NY, advertising timepiece for Vanner and Prest's Molliscorium with 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in soft wood case with painted paper maché door fronts and paper over metal dial, c1890     this clock is in outstanding original condition with original painted surface. The top hinge on lower door has been moved one inch. For details on this particular model, see the book Baird Advertising Clocks, by Jerry Maltz (1998), pages 94-95. The full ad reads: "Vanner and Prest's, Molliscorium, Compo-Embrocation, VP trade mark". The inner label has even more information, including the address of V+P on Ormside St, London, SE. Ht 30 1/2" $1500 - $2000
663 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Vendee" 8 day time and strike porcelain clock, c1902     this model, in pristine condition except for the very top 1/2" that was broken and glued back on, is not shown in Ly but clearly named on the case back. The colorful Royal Bonn case, including gold accent lines, is unmarred, and the porcelain dial has only a couple of small cracks near the winding holes. The visible escapement has steel pallets. The movement ticks and strikes well. Ht 14 1/2" $600 - $900
664 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Bretagne" 8 day time and strike porcelain clock, c1904     this unmarked case matches the Ly drawing for this model, and is in pristine condition. The porcelain dial has no cracks or chips, but a bit of discoloration by the X. The beveled glass is fine. The clean movement, with its jeweled pallet visible escapement, ticks and strikes robustly. Ht 14" $600 - $900
665 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, Royal Bonn "La Bretagne", porcelain clock, 8 day time and strike spring driven movement, visible escapement, multicolor case, c1915     case, porcelain dial, beveled glass and beaded bezel are all in excellent original undamaged condition. Movement ticks, strikes and appears very clean. Brocot pallets are steel. This is an attractive clock and "Bonns" seem underpriced in today's market. Ht 15" $500 - $800
666 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Croix" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1900     this Royal Bonn case is in pristine condition, as is the porcelain dial. The clean looking movement, with its steel pallet visible escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 12" $500 - $800
667 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Cumbre" 8 day time and strike Royal Bonn porcelain mantel clock, c1895     the hand painted case has no chips or cracks, only light craquelure as expected. The paper dial shows some wear and losses, but has a nice gold center medallion The movement has had recent service, ticks & strikes. Ht 10" $250 - $450
668 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Landes" Royal Bonn 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1910     this unusual model is not listed in Ly book. Rich cobalt blue, enhanced with gold highlights and specks, surrounds multicolor floral patterns on white backgrounds. Porcelain dial, cast bezel and beveled glass all are fine. Movement ticks and strikes but probably needs cleaning. Ht 11" $350 - $550
669 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, Royal Bonn "La Rambla", 8 day, time and strike, Delft style porcelain mantel clock, with open escapement in dial center, c1900     Delft style case is very clean. Original porcelain dial is perfect and the hands are original. Movement is signed. Ht 12". $400 - $600
670 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Rita" 8 day time and strike porcelain clock, c1901     this multicolor Royal Bonn case is pristine with no obvious damage. The porcelain dial has a small crack at 6. The clean looking movement, with its steel pallet open escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 11 1/2" $500 - $800
671 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, Royal Bonn "La Somme" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1900     this model is not shown in Ly but has been seen previously. The hand painted China case, enamel dial, beveled glass and cast bezel all are in beautiful condition with no damage and just a bit of wear. The movement ticks and strikes. Ht 11" $400 - $600
672 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Vogue" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1901     this Royal Bonn case is in pristine condition, and the porcelain dial has just one small hairline at the top. The clean looking movement, with its steel pallet visible escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 12" $600 - $900
673 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Vogue" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1901     this colorful Royal Bonn case has a small chip out of its top crest but otherwise is pristine including its porcelain dial. The movement, with its steel pallet open escapement, ticks and strikes. Ht 12" $500 - $800
674 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Ossipee" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1900     this colorful case is not Royal Bonn but is in pristine condition. The model name, clearly stamped on the case back, is not shown in Ly. The original paper dial is toned and stained but has a nice cast brass center ornament. The clean looking movement ticks and strikes {professionally done}, pendulum is a replacement. Ht 12" $300 - $500
675 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, Royal Bonn 8 day time & strike mantel clock, c1895     we have sold this rare un-named model a few times, in different colors, and feel that the gold letter rear trademark may precede the later high-volume production of porcelain clocks by this maker. The deep blues and bright golds all are nearly flawless, as is the dial and beveled glass. The movement should be serviced. Ht 16" $600 - $900
676 French Delft porcelain 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1860.     the front of this pristine hand painted case, with faint craquelure as expected, has "Wan Hant" lettered at the bottom, and "P" on the case back. The large porcelain dial has a small chip and hairline by the 8. The thick beveled glass is fine. The movement, stamped Vincenti Medaille D'Argent 1855, has a matching number pendulum, appears recently cleaned, and ticks and strikes. Ht 11" $500 - $700
677 French market, multicolor porcelain 8 day time and strike mantel clock, with applied 3-dimensional flowers, c1890     extremely ornate case, with multiple detailed flowers and leaves, has no obvious losses, chips or cracks. Multicolor dial, with painted garlands, is fine. Cast bezel has good thick beveled glass. French movement is stamped S. Marti Med. de Bronze, and will need cleaning. Bottom wood panel says "Germany", the likely origin of this case. Ht 11 1/2" $500 - $800
678 French porcelain two piece figural 8 day time and strike mantel clock, c1880     bright, detailed multicolor case has elegantly dressed pair standing on top piece; no obvious chips, cracks or losses. Porcelain dial has blue numbers to match case. Never had a bezel, so probably stood originally on wood base under a glass dome. Bell-strike count wheel round unsigned movement will need cleaning {bell removed for photo} Ht 14 1/2" $500 - $700
679 Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "No.411" 8 day time and strike porcelain mantel clock, c1898.     this unmarked case has rich blues and golds and is in pristine condition. The original paper dial, behind its brass mask, is toned but intact. The movement appears to have been recently cleaned, and ticks & strikes. Ht 11" $350 - $550
680 Oswald Uhrenfabrik, Germany, "Skull" rotating eye time piece, 30 hour, time only spring driven movement in a composition case with red and yellow eyes and black pupils, c1930     this piece is in excellent original condition and is running. The skull form is among the rarest and most desirable of Oswald's rotating eye time pieces. We sold a similar example in our May 14th & 15th, 2011 auction for $2200 plus 15% Buyer's Premium, however this form in this color and height is one we have not seen before. Ht 5 1/2" $2500 - $3000
681 Oswald, German, "Wise Old Owl", rotating eye 30-hour timepiece, molded composition body on a carved wooden book base. c1930 .     this novelty is in very nice original condition with only a few tiny chips. Note that the left eye shows minutes, the right hours. The movement ticks and sets but was not tested long term Ht 7.5" $300 - $450
682 German, an Anton Harder patent, small 400 day clock with dome, c1885     this clock was shipped to us and the porcelain dial has rotated a few degrees; otherwise is complete and sound, may need service for reliable running. Overall in nice condition with some wear to the velvet base section, and its white porcelain dial has German patent information fired into a circle surrounding the hands., Ht 10" to top of dome. This model was marketed in the US by the New Haven Clock Co. and illustrated in their 1886 trade catalog. $1000 - $1500
683 Patek Philippe, Geneve, integrated Electronic Master Clock System in two module tower with quartz movements and black dials, c1975     it is in great condition with three screws missing from the front and back case plates. Ht 18" $2500 - $3500
684 German pair of singing birds in a fancy bejeweled brass cage, 20th century     this is an unusually elaborate cage with fancy cast feet and inset red "jewels" around the base. The birds, foliage and velvet platform are dusty and need some cleaning up. There presently is no motion or chirping, so professional service on the hidden works also will be needed and worthwhile. Ht 10" $300 - $450
685 German singing bird in painted brass cage, c1960     restoration of this piece will be needed and worthwhile. The cage is nicely decorated, but there is some tarnish and slightly bent pieces. The bird and felt base are somewhat tattered, and his perch feels wobbly. When wound and activated, the bird goes through some sluggish motions but there is no whistling. Ht 13" $150 - $250
686 German two singing birds in a brass cage, later 20th century     very good overall condition with intact plumage and foliage. Both birds whistle energetically with moving heads and beaks. Unsigned. Ht 12" $350 - $550
687 German, Clock peddler / whistler, holding a running clock and whistling a lively tune at will, c1970     this clock was acquired new around 1970, wound and stood on a high kitchen shelf. Rear movement is dry, bound tight and not whistling. Clock movement ticks OK, and the carving with nice detail and in excellent overall condition. Ht 14" $800 - $1000
688 German, Singing Bird in a .925 Silver box, embossed with images of children playing the flute & lute, also conducting. This is not an old box, probably, c1995     showing signs of good care, this bird-box is virtually like new, the bird sings a lively tune, key wound from the bottom and is in excellent working /singing order.. With hallmark and .925 markings Width = 4 1/4", ht 2" $2500 - $3000