The 10" Roman numeral dial is engraved "Star Brass Mfg. Co. Boston Mass" and "Boston N". The deep red brass case has been polished and lacquered. The dial was resilvered and is in fine condition. The nickel plated and damascened movement has been serviced. The clock keeps excellent time. The clock is shown on a custom Mahogany wall mounting ring.
The Roman numeral dial is finely engraved "Ashcroft Mfg. Co. Boston & New York" and "Tennessee Mfg Co. Nashville, Tenn" with beautiful flourishes surrounding both names. a gorgeous dial. The E. Howard signed movement is nickel plated with damascene decorated plates. The deep key locking case has been polished and lacquered. The dial has been silvered. The movement has been serviced. The clock is in good running order.
The dial is engraved "Made for Wessell, Nickel & Gross" and "Chas G. Willing, Mfr, New York" with fine accent flourishes and bold Roman numerals. The dial has been restored. The key locking case has been polished and lacquered. The E. Howard signed movement has nickel plated and damascened plates. Wessell Nickel & Gross was a piano action maker that started business in 1874 but failed during the Great Depression in the 1930's. Recent new owners are continuing the innovation of the founders. An unusual clock in fine restored condition.
Nickel plated case. Silvered dial. Fine quality 11 jewel ships bell striking movement. Maisie was the first of the ca. 1916 Herreshoff NY 40 sailing yachts - #773. On the bezel above 12 is a medallion that reads: Larchmont Yacht Club, Organized 1880, Incorporated 1882. Below 6 the bezel is engraved: Larchmont Yacht Club, Season 1922, Race Week Series Tie 1St, LYC 39Ft Class, Won By MAISIE. The clock has original surfaces on the dial, hands and nickel plated case. The movement has been serviced and is in fine condition striking ships bells with fine tone.
E. Howard 8 1/2" Marine Clock for American Steam Gauge Co., Boston and Fraser & Chalmers, Chicago, Ill. The dial is also marked #166384 below 6. The early E. Howard rectangular nickel damascened movement has Geneva stopwork on the mainspring barrel. The clock has been restored and is in very fine condition in every way.
Fairhaven Clock Co. 10" Marine Clock for the Ashcroft Mfg. Co. New York. Fairhaven Clock Co. of Fairhaven, Vermont was only in business from 1896 to 1898 making this an exceedingly rare large dial marine clock. The clock has been completely restored to very fine condition in every way.
Waltham 12" Marine Clock for J.E. Caldwell
ID: 1863 | This clock is sold
Waltham 12" Marine Clock for J. E. Caldwell. An exceedingly rare large dial Waltham marine clock. The case has been renickeled. The dial has been resilvered. The movement has been serviced.
Custom Mahogany Base for 12" Marine Clocks. 19 1/4" tall, 18 3/4" wide and 7" deep. The clock mounting area is 15 1/4" in diameter. Mount your 12" marine clocks on these bases to beautifully display them on a shelf, mantle or any strong horizontal surface. The last photo shows a Waltham 12" Marine Clock on the base as an example.
Eastman Clock Co. 10" Dial Marine Clock. This clock was made for The Ashcroft Mfg. Co., and "The Shaw Kendall & Co., Toledo, Ohio as shown on the dial. The dial has been resilvered. The key locking case has been polished and lacquered. The fine quality nickel damascened movement is signed Eastman Clock Co. and is stamped with serial number 36. The clock is in fine running condition. An exceedingly rare and desireable marine clock. Eastman Clock Co. was only in business from 1894 to 1896.
An exceedingly rare marine clock. Harvard Clock Company was only in business from about 1880 to1884. Their total production was perhaps as few as 800 clocks. The 9" dial is engraved "Kline Bro. & Co., Philadelphia, PA". The bezel is 10 1/4" in diameter. The back flange is 10 7/8" in diameter. The bezel of the case is hinged. The movement is attached to the dial and hinges with the dial. The 7 jewel movemnet with serial number 241 is unsigned but, by it's details, was certainly made by the Harvard Clock Co. See the Chelsea Clock Museum webpage on Harvard Clock Co. for other examples of unsigned Harvard movements. The case has been polished and lacquered. The dial has been resilvered. The movement has been overhauled. The clock keeps excellent time.