AUCTION : 1018

Lots 776 - 791: Campos, Stennes, Cline, Paul Clocks

Lot#: 776

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, miniature reproduction, 30 hour, spring driven, pendulum movement with a working Mix Brothers calendar, copy of a Seth Thomas "Office Calendar No. 3" often called "Peanut" double dial calendar clock. This example is number 3 of 26.
CONDITION: Rosewood veneered case in excellent condition in original finish. Original dial, hands and pendulum.
ESTIMATE: $900 - $1200
PRICE SOLD: $500
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 9in x 3.75in x 2in

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Lot#: 777

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, 30 hour, weight brass movement with weight alarm miniature timepiece copy of an I. Dewey, Chelsea, Vermont, New Hampshire mirror clock. This example is number 3 of 15.
CONDITION: Beautifully made copy in miniature of a New Hampshire mirror clock in a dark stained figured maple. Case houses a miniature weight brass movement and separate weight alarm movement. This timepiece is in excellent condition.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1000
PRICE SOLD: $750
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 15in x 5in x 1.75in

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Lot#: 778

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, miniature Aaron Willard Grafton wall clock reproduction 30 hour time and passing bell strike at the hour weight driven movement in a mahogany case, No. 3 of a limited edition of 52.
CONDITION: The case is in excellent condition. The dial is excellent with no oxidation.
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $475
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 13in x 5in x 2in

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Lot#: 779

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, 30 hour, weight brass movement miniature New Hampshire mirror clock. This is No. 3 of a limited edition of 16.
CONDITION: A beautifully made miniature copy of a Benjamin Morrill, Boscawen, New Hampshire mirror clock. Mr. Paul even made a miniature brass version of a wheelbarrow movement. Original weight and pendulum.
ESTIMATE: $700 - $900
PRICE SOLD: $1100
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 9.75in x 5in x 1.75in

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Lot#: 780

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, 30 hour, spring brass pendulum movement with a simple calendar miniature timepiece copy of a New Haven Clock Co. double dial calendar clock. This example is number 3 of 22.
CONDITION: Beautifully made copy in oak of Mr. Paul's interpretation of the "Rutland" model double dial calendar clock made by the New Haven Clock Co. Case houses and miniature spring movement that also operates a simple calendar. This timepiece is in excellent condition.
ESTIMATE: $600 - $800
PRICE SOLD: $850
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 12in x 5.25in x 2in

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Lot#: 781

DESCRIPTION: Michael Paul, Berea, Ohio, 30 hour, wagon spring brass movement miniature timepiece copy of a Joseph Ives Brooklyn model shelf clock with a shelf. This example is number 3 of 43.
CONDITION: Miniature version in mahogany in overall excellent condition.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $800
CIRCA: 2002
DIMENSIONS: 7.75in x 4.5in x 1.75in

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Lot#: 782

DESCRIPTION: Victor H. Wadlund, 8 day, weight brass movement box lyre wall timepiece. Mr. Wadlund scratched his name into backboard and the date 1952.
CONDITION: Nicely made mahogany case in very nice condition in original finish. The carving on the throat panel is very nicely done. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and some damage at the signature. Original hands and tablets. Mr. Wadlund used a period movement in this case.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $475
CIRCA: 1952

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Lot#: 783

DESCRIPTION: Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement pillar & scroll shelf clock. It is alleged this is the last clock Stennes made before going to prison.
CONDITION: Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in old and possibly original finish in nice condition. The reverse painted tablet has a date from person who painted the glass and looks to read 1969. Clean label inside.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $1300
CIRCA: 1969
DIMENSIONS: 28in x 17.25in x 4.25in

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Lot#: 784

DESCRIPTION: Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass., miniature copy of a "Howard No. 5 Banjo", 8 day, lever movement timepiece,
CONDITION: A very nicely made copy of a Howard No. 5 banjo in mahogany. The finish has scattered blemishes. Original dial, hands and tablets. Case is stamped no. "3 ".
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $650
CIRCA: 1988
DIMENSIONS: 14.25in x 6in x 2in

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Lot#: 785

DESCRIPTION: Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. copy of a Waltham Clock Co. version of a Miniature shelf clock with eagle splat. The original version dates about 1930.
CONDITION: Mahogany case in excellent condition with original dial, hands and tablets.
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $800
CIRCA: 1930
DIMENSIONS: 11.25in x 8in x 2.75in

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Lot#: 786

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, KY, 8 day, lever movement Miniature figure 8 based a design of a No. 10 made by E. Howard & Co.
CONDITION: Beautifully made cherry case in fine condition. Original hands, dial, tablets and winding key. Case stamped "62" and has the serial no. C6242295.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $800
CIRCA: 1982
DIMENSIONS: 18.75in x 6.25in x 3in

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Lot#: 787

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, KY, Miniature "DIAMOND HEAD" banjo, 8 day, keywind, lever movement after an original by Daniel Munroe of Concord, Mass.
CONDITION: A finely made mahogany case in beautiful condition with a very slight imperfection on the bottom member of the bottom door. Glasses were painted by Tom Moberg. Case is stamped "20" and has the serial no.C2044097.
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $650
CIRCA: 2003
DIMENSIONS: 20.75in x 5.75in x 2.25in

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Lot#: 788

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, KY, miniature walnut copy of a Howard "No. 11" Keyhole regulator with front, key wind, lever movement, c1980
CONDITION: A very nicely made example of a No. 11 in walnut is very fine condition. Original dial, hands and tablet. Case is stamped "21" and a serial number: "C2128996 "
ESTIMATE: $500 - $700
PRICE SOLD: $650
CIRCA: 1980
DIMENSIONS: 15.5in x 6.75in x 2.25in

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Lot#: 789

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 8 day lever movement miniature of an Ingraham corrugated model wall timepiece.
CONDITION: A finely made cherry case version of the model made E. Ingraham & Co. Original dial and hands. His name is stamped on the back, but it does not have a serial number.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $750
CIRCA: 1990
DIMENSIONS: 9.5in x 9.5in x 2.25in

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Lot#: 790

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 8 day, lever movement miniature version of a Willard style Massachusetts shelf clock.
CONDITION: A very finely made example of this case style. The hood is removable and the bottom panel slides up like the original. Tablets are by Tom Moberg. Serial number on the back is: "C358903 "
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $750
CIRCA: 1978
DIMENSIONS: 16.75in x 6.75in x 3in

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Lot#: 791

DESCRIPTION: Wayne R. Cline, Bowling Green, KY, 8 day miniature replica of a Howard No. 70 wall regulator. Number C3233696 is stamped on the back of the case., The number is not stamped on the door, but based on the serial number is 32. .
CONDITION: Walnut case in overall excellent condition in original finish with original tablet. The late Mr. Cline made beautiful copies of various Howard and other noted makers clocks.
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $800
CIRCA: 1979
DIMENSIONS: 15.25in x 7.75in x 2.25in

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