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8038 Junghans Westminster chime mantle clock.
The solid mahogany case is in good condition with the original finish. A bit of cleaning or polish would blend in those few lighter spots on the high points and corners.
The arched door has a heavily beveled glass to view the silver and brass dial which is in very good condition. It has “chime-silent” and “fast-slow” subsidiary dials. It comes with the original hands, pendulum and brass key. The panel on the rear door is a replacement. It should be a pierced brass style.
This is an eight day clock with quarter hour chines on four rods plus an hourly strike on a fifth larger rod. It is running but the chimes are sluggish so it is due for a cleaning.
17 inches tall. SOLD
8039 Kienzle Westminster chime mantle clock.
This clock has a solid mahogany case with the original finish. The case does not have any damages but it would look much better with a bit of simple cleaning.
The arched door has a heavily beveled glass to view the silver and brass dial. You can see that the silvering has some discoloration. The smaller dials above are for “slow-fast” and “chime-silent”. It comes with the original hands and pendulum plus a proper sized brass key.
This is an eight day clock which strikes the quarter hours on 4 rods plus it strikes the hours on a deeper sounding fifth rod. The sound is amplified by the pierced brass panel in the rear door. It has been running for me but I have not taken note if it runs, chimes and strikes for a full eight days.
18 inches tall. $175.
8043 Seth Thomas Adamantine clock.
This is one of the better models with the rounded sides, freestanding pillars plus the larger sized cast metal capitals and feet. There are minor abrasions in the black Adamantine finish but overall it is in pretty good shape. It certainly is in need of a good case cleaning however because it looks like it was uncovered in storage for many years.
This model also has the much heavier cast brass bezel with a beveled glass rather than the standard pressed brass bezel with plain glass. The paper dial is the original but you can see that it has yellowed. The wood backboard has a shrinkage crack. The hands and pendulum are the originals.
This is an 8 day clock with hourly strike on a gong and half hour strike on a brass bell. It is running and striking but like the case, the movement has not been cleaned in quite a few years. The “fast-slow” arbor is broken but the pendulum itself is able to regulate the timekeeping so it is not a big issue.
12 inches tall, 17 inches wide. SOLD --BUT I HAVE ANOTHER SIMILAR MODEL.
4025 Seth Thomas "Essex" mantle clock.
This clock is almost identical to the one above. The mahogany case is also very clean and without any damages. The porcelain dial is also perfect and it also has a heavy cast brass bezel. The convex glass is a replacement while the hands and pendulum are the originals.
This clock is an eight day model with hour and half hour strike on a cathedral gong. It runs for me for a short while before stopping so it is due for a cleaning.
9 ½ inches tall. $95
2372 Mahogany mantle clock possibly by Waterbury
The case is solid mahogany and it is in perfect condition under the old finish which would look much better with just a bit of surface cleaning. There are four turned brass feet.
The porcelain dial is perfect and it comes with a cast brass bezel and heavy beveled glass. The hands and the pendulum are the originals.
This is an eight day model with hourly strike on a gong and half hour strike on a brass bell. The movement appears to be quite clean and in good condition but you will need to check the time side click because it does not catch.
12 ½ inches tall. $80
3047 Seth Thomas "prospect No. 0" mantle Clock.
The mahogany case on this clock has been refinished and is in very clean condition. There are no case problems or chips at all. The feet are turned brass and it has a pressed brass bezel with a convex glass. The signed dial is painted to resemble porcelain and is in quite good condition. The hands and pendulum are the originals.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. It does tick and strikes properly but runs only a short while and it is apparent that it is due for a cleaning.
13 inches tall. $75
8048 Boston Clock Company tandem wind
crystal regulator clock.
The case for this clock is extra nice. It is solid brass which has been polished and lacquered. It has the original four beveled glasses which are near perfect with just a couple very tiny edge flakes.
The porcelain dial has a very faint hairline just above the center arbor. The hands are the originals.
The movement is signed “Boston Clock Company, Boston,Pat. Dec. 28, 1880” with a serial number of B 7117.
This is an eight day clock with hourly strike on a resonant cathedral gong and it has been running well for me.
Note that both the time and strike train run off a single winding arbor. That arbor can be wound both clockwise and counter clockwise and that feature is distinctive of the Boston Clock Co.
10 inches tall. SOLD
8050 French oval crystal regulator clock.
This clock has a nice solid brass oval case. It is very clean but it has not been polished in a while. All four beveled glasses are perfect. It has a colorful porcelain dial which is also perfect without any hairlines or chips.
This clock retains the original hands plus a true mercury pendulum.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a cathedral gong. It runs a few hours at a time for me and I do not know when it was last serviced.
10 inches tall. $325.
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