156.            $450

New Haven “30 Day Timepiece” calendar, ca. 1900. This model is not shown in Ly’s book on New Haven clocks, but it can be found on page 128 of Miller & Miller’s Survey of American Clocks – Calendar Clocks.  A model name is not given, and it is listed as “American Regulator, 30 Day Time Piece” on the label on the back of the clock.  It is also shown as being manufactured for the American Wringer Co. and thus was retailed only through AWC.  The dark case is oak, 48 inches in length, with old glass in the door.  Both dials hold the original paint with some soiling and flaking.  The hands are correct and include a seconds bit.  The time dial states “Thirty Day” and the calendar dial tells you to wind and set the calendar on the first of every month.  The 30-day, double-wind, spring-driven movement is signed and running and the simple calendar is advancing.  The only fault I can find is the loss of the button on the bottom, replaced by an eagle pin.  AAC sold this clock in 2022 for $577.  $450-$600.

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Antique American Clocks                     July 2024

 Typical delivery charges

Here are some typical charges for delivery to the eastern half of the US:

Small clocks – under 20 inches tall:  $50 but may be shipped.

Medium clocks – under 25 inches: $100

Full-size clocks – under 35 inches: $150

Large clocks (most wall clocks, triple deckers) – under 40 inches: $200

Oversize clocks – up to 60 inches: $250–$300

Jeweler’s regulators$400

Tall case clocks and standing regulators – $500

All prices are estimates and not guarantees; note that delivery is NOT guaranteed to ANY location.