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203.            $100

Seth Thomas Clock Co. “Denton”, ca. 1913.  Although this looks like a marine clock, it is not, as is it pendulum-regulated.  This clock originally sold with two matching metal candlesticks (see Ly, Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements, Vol. 2, page 597).  It is just under 9 inches tall with a 5.5-inch dial.  The case is brass with a copper pedestal; the silvered dial is convex with raised bronze numerals, serpentine hands, and is behind a convex beveled glass.  The round 8-day, time and half-hour strike movement is signed and running, striking on a small cathedral gong. It has a cylinder-style pendulum.  A clock I have not seen before.  Fontaine’s sold one in 2020 for $175.  $100–$200.

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Antique American Clocks                     July 2024

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Looking for an easy way to save the clocks you like?

 

Here's an easy way to keep track of your favorite clocks:  Open/download the Bid Form PDF onto your computer (it should open in a new window) and type in the clocks you want to save.  Right click to 'save as', or click the download arrow in the top right corner of your browser window, and you can save the filled-in form on your computer - I recommend your desktop.  It will be easy to find and you can open it any time to add or subtract clocks from the list.  When you are ready to go, your bid form will be too! 

 

Antique American Clocks - What's not to like?