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Lot 393: Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Anglo-American, 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement shelf / wall clock. (2) Anglo-American, 8 days, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock.

Lots 1-520: Watch & Clockmaker's Shop, Tools, Parts & Clocks

by R.O. Schmitt Fine Arts, LLC

22 October 2016

Manchester, NH, USA

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  • Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Anglo-American, 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement shelf / wall clock. (2) Anglo-American, 8 days, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock.
  • Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Anglo-American, 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement shelf / wall clock. (2) Anglo-American, 8 days, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock.
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Description: Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Anglo-American, 8 day, time and strike spring brass movement shelf / wall clock. (2) Anglo-American, 8 days, time and strike spring brass movement wall clock.

Condition Report: (1) Mahogany veneered case with colored inlay. Veneer repairs on the base and minor damage to the top molding. The dial mask appears replaced. The brass movement is probably by New Haven. Painted metal with a couple mismatched repairs and pitting of the paint. Hour hand is a replacement. These clocks usually had a mirror attached to the backboard, now missing. Door lock is missing. Someone has attached a piece of plywood to the case to allow it to be hung on the wall. (2) Case looks to be a light rosewood veneer with contrasting inlay with some loss on the bottom front piece. Metal dial has been repainted. Period hands. Brass movement made by Ansonia. The mirror that is normally attached to the backboard is missing. Top splat looks replaced.

Dimensions: 34in x 15.5in x 6in

Date: 1890

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