Antique American Clocks                      January 2022


95.      $250

Ansonia Clock Co. “Queen Elizabeth”, ca 1901.  This is the later model of this queen, and the one most commonly seen.  The 37-inch oak case has been thoroughly refinished but there are still signs of the old finish in the many grooves.  I like the color.  The door glass looks original; the paper dial is newer, is signed and has the Ansonia logo.  The hands are correct.  The 8-day time-and-strike movement is signed and running, striking on a cathedral gong mounted on an Ansonia base.  The pendulum bob has a sharp dent.  No label.  Horton’s sold an oak model in 2019 for $250, a typical price for this relatively common clock.  $250-$350.


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Free Delivery when you Trade-in and Trade-up!


Are there too many clocks in your house to buy more?  AAC can help! Trade in and trade up!  Identify up to two clocks you already own that you would be willing to trade in to get that new “apple of your eye”.  The clocks must have a combined value equal to that of the clock you are bidding on.  Then send a picture to AnAmClocks@gmail.com and I’ll get back to you with a consignment or purchase price.  If you are within my delivery range and are the winning bidder, I’ll deliver it for free and pick up the trade-in(s), no charge.  Not only do you get free delivery, but if you are selling your trade-in(s) to me you get cash as well.


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