ID: 2401 | This clock is sold
Chelsea Clock Co. 8 1/2" Carved Base #1. This superbly detailed design was only offered in the 1911 catalog. The carving of the ebonised mahogany base is absolutely gorgeous. The. case has been polished and lacquered. The engraved and silvered dial and pierced serpentine hands have their original finishes. Serial Number 141392 on the movement and case dates the clock to 1920. A very fine example of an exceedingly rare Chelsea shelf clock.
ID: 2137 | This clock is sold
Item ID: 2137 – Chelsea Clock Co. 6” Neptune Ships Bell Clock. The dial is engraved The Scribner & Loehr Co., Cleveland. Serial number 76072 on the movement dates the clock to 1912. The case has been polished and lacquered. The clock is in good running order and striking ships bells with fine Chelsea tone.
ID: 2346 | This clock is sold
Chelsea Clock Co. 12" Marine Clock for Fore River Shipbuilding, Quincy, Mass. This clock is very unusual in many ways. First, the dial is artfully engraved "Fore River Shipbuilding, Quincy, Mass". Second, the case is polished aluminum. This is the only 12" Chelsea known with an aluminum case. Third, the back of the case is embossed with the logo of "Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd., Fore River Plant, EA 430". It is exceedlingly rare to find a marine clock that is so clearly marked on both the case and the dial. The clock is mounted on a custom made mahogany wall mounting ring. The movement and case are stamped with serial number 153529 dating the clock to March 1923. The movement has been serviced and the clock keeps excellent time.
ID: 2271 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 6 1/2" Special Dial Bronze Pedestal Clock - Ships Bell. Serial number 96945 on the movement and the wood base insert dates the clock to 1913. The dial is marked Spaulding & Co. The case is 13 3/4" tall, 13 3/4" wide and 5 5/8" deep. The Chelsea mahogany pedestal clock is only shown in the Chelsea 1911 catalog but several bronze cased examples have been seen. These bronze examples were evidently made on special order. An exceedingly rare clock in beautifully restored condition.
ID: 2249 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 5 1/2" Special Dial Tambour No. 5. Ships Bell. Matching serial number 146146 dates the clock to 1920. The dial is marked Ball Watch Co. The case has been polished and lacquered. The dial has been resilvered. The case is 17" wide, 9 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" deep. The clock is in good running order.
ID: 2350 | This clock is sold
. This clock has a unique front escapement nickel plated movement with fine damascened decoration. Serial number 273 is stamped on the front plate. The beautiful porcelain dial is signed Chas. C. Hutchinson, Boston. The screw bezel case has been polished and lacquered. The clock is listed in the Chelsea Clock Museum Eastman Register of surviving Eastman clocks and movements. Visit chelseaclockmuseum.com for more information about Joseph Eastman and his fine clocks.
ID: 2150 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 4 1/2" Clock & Barometer Desk Set. Gorgeous original Copper Bronze finish. Original dials with clock dial signed Chelsea Clock Co. Serial number 215033 Dates the set to 1935. Fine original condition in every way. The clock and barometer are in good working order.The clock is superb. Emails me if you have questions.
ID: 2310 | This clock is sold
Matching serial number 98799 dates the set to 1914. The brass case was polished and lacquered long ago. It has developed fine warm patina. The dials are in fine original condition. The clock movement has been serviced and is in fine running and striking condition. The barometer and thermometer are working properly.
ID: 2118 | This clock is sold
Item ID: 2218 - Chelsea 10" Marine Clock for Providence Engineering Works. Serial number 92611 dates the clock to 1913. The case has the original nickel plating that is in very fine condition. The dial is beautifully engraved Providence Engineering Wks., Providence, R. I. and outlined with a banner and scrollwork. Below it is also engraved Star Brass Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass. The dial has been resilvered. The movement has been serviced and keeps excellent time.
ID: 2345 | This clock is sold
Eastman Clock Co. 12" Marine Clock for Ashcroft Mfg. Co. An exceedingly are large dial marine clock. Only one other 12" dial Eastman clock is known to exist. The movement front plate is stamped with serial number 349. The case has been polished and lacquered.The dial and hands have their original surfaces and are in very fine condition. The movement has been overhauled. The clock is listed in the Chelsea Clock Museum Eastman Register of surviving Eastman clocks and movements. Eastman Clock Co. was only in business from 1894 to 1896. Visit chelseaclockmuseum.com for more information about the fine clocks produced by Joseph Eastman and a complete listing of his clocks.
ID: 2351 | This clock is sold
Harvard Clock Co. 4 1/4" Marine Clock for the Light Vessel 44. The dial is marked Harvard Clock Co., Boston. The back of the back flange is stamped LV44 and PJC. The movement is serial number 233. LV44 built for the US Light House Establishment by Pusey & Jones, Wilmington, DE in 1882 was the first of only 4 iron hulled lightships. LV44 measured 115 feet, 25 " in beam and drew 10' 6". She was propelled by sail but had steam auxiliary machinery for the sound signal only. LV44 was the last lightship without propulsion machinery. She was in service at the Northeast End Station, New Jersey and later transferred to Cornfield Point, CT serving another 12 years.
ID: 2221 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 6" Special Copper Bronze Dial Base & Ball Feet Clock. Ships Bell. The original copper bronze dial and reflector ring with gold applied numerals and gold pierced serpentine hands is in absolutely pristine condition. The dial is marked J. R. Reed & Co., Pittsburgh. The case has been polished and lacquered. The movement has been serviced. Matching serial number 86414 dates the clock to 1912. The clock keeps excellent time and strikes ships bells with fine Chelsea tone.