Waltham 12

Waltham 12" Dial Marine Clock
ID: 1756 | This clock is sold

Waltham Clock Co. 12" Dial Marine Clock. An exceedingly rare marine clock. Only 2 other examples of Waltham's in this size are known to exist. They both have engraved and silvered dials. This clock with silvered dial, applied gilt bronze numerals and fancy pierced hands is unique. The clock has been totally restored and is in the best condition in every way.


Boston Clock Co. 10

Boston Clock Co. 10" Marine Clock for Star Brass Mfg. Co. and Star Brass Revolution Counter
ID: 1852 | This clock is sold

Boston Clock Company 10" Dial Engine Room Clock with matching Revolution Counter and builder's Plate from C&G Cooper Company, circa 1890. Matching red brass clock and revolution counter manufactured by Star Brass Manufacturing Company with Boston Clock Company movement. This pair would be near impossible to duplicate, revolution counters in this size and with 8 digits are extremely rare and with a matching clock even more so. The pair sre mounted on mahogany stands which measure 16" high. The builders plate measures 5.5" by 9" and is signed "The C&G Cooper Co., Builders, Mount Vernon, Ohio, U.S.A." The clock dial is signed "Star Brass Manufacturing Co., Boston, Mass. and Boston G", which stands for 7 jewel gold plated movement. The clock hands are finely tapered and retain the original bluing. The revolution counter is signed "C&G Cooper Co., Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Revolution Counter, Star Brass Manufacturing Co., Boston, U.S.A." The revolution counter is complete with the attachment lever. This grouping is unmatched for rarity and presentation.


Boston Clock Company Marine Clock - 8 1/2

Boston Clock Company Marine Clock - 8 1/2" Dial
ID: 1494 | This clock is sold

This is a rare, Boston Clock Company Marine Clock. The 8 1/2", silvered and painted dial is signed Boston Clock Company and has the original untouched surface. The movement has serial number A1621 and is marked Boston Clock Company, Boston, Pat. Dec 28, 1880. The case has been polished and lacquered. Boston Clock Company was only in business from 1884 to 1894.


James Rodgers Marine Clock

James Rodgers Marine Clock
ID: 2012 | This clock is sold

James Rodger, New York Marine Clock. Ca.1860. The silvered and enraved dial is 8 1/4" in diameter. The case is 13" tall and the base is 9" in diameter. The clock is amazing heavy - weighing about 30 pounds. The movement is marked with the makers name and his address in New York. While James Rodgers is known for the fine quality clocks that he produced, very few examples of his work have survived. They are excceedingly rare.


Roth Brothers Desk Chronometer

Roth Brothers Desk Chronometer
ID: 2186 | This clock is sold

Roth Bros. New York Desk or Mantle Chronometer with Astro Regulator Dial. The 7" dial is very finely engraved "Roth Brothers, Chronometer Manufacturers, New York". The heavy brass case is 8 3/4" in diameter and 11" tall. The removable front bezel has beveled glass. The back of the case is glass showing the fine quality chain fusee movement with detent chronometer escapement. A very fine and unique timepiece. The Chronometer is in fine condition in every way, runs well and keeps good time.


Seth Thomas Chronometer Lever No. 5012 - Ca. 1913.

Seth Thomas Chronometer Lever No. 5012 - Ca. 1913.
ID: 1677 | This clock is sold

Seth Thomas Chronometer Lever No. 5012 - Ca. 1913. The heavy 14 1/2" cast brass case has a double hinge allowing both the key locking bezel and the 12" silvered dial to open. The fine quality double spring movement has a detached 11 jewel escapement, compensating balance wheel, Breguet hairspring and cut steel pinions. The escapement is the same as used in Seth Thomas Railroad watch movements. An excellent timekeeper. The clock has both the original case key and original winging key. The clock is mounted on a custom mahognay base or can be wall hung.


Hamilton Model 121 Marine Chronometer

Hamilton Model 121 Marine Chronometer
ID: 1853 | This clock is sold

Hamilton Model 121 24 Hour Chronometer. Serial number 3E014 on the dial and 2E12483 on the movement. Below is a link to a thread about the Hamilton 121 on the Internet Horolgy Club 185 that has very detailed information about these rare timepieces. Note that the entries and discussion between Fred Houghton and Jim Dyson are about the exact chronometer that I have for sale. http://ihc185.infopop.cc/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/990103944/m/6051012391http://ihc185.infopop.cc/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/990103944/m/6051012391/">http://ihc185.infopop.cc/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/990103944/m/6051012391


Eastman Clock Company 10

Eastman Clock Company 10" Ships Clock - 1896
ID: 2307 | This clock is sold

A very fine and rare Eastman Clock Company 10" dial marine clock dated on the dial. The nickel case, dial and hands are all in very fine original condition. The nickel plated movement with fine damascened decoration is numbered 54. The clock is in fine runing condition. Eastman Clock Co was only in business from 1894 to 1896.


E. Howard 8 1/2

E. Howard 8 1/2" Marine Clock for Star Brass Mfg. Co.
ID: 1986 | This clock is sold

E. Howard 8 1/2" Marine Clock for Star Brass Mfg. Co., Boston. This is a very unusual clock. The key locking bezel opens locks at 6 o'clock with the hinge at 12. The dial with movement attached is hinged at 3 o'clock and latches at 9 with a thumb screw. The clock has been completely restored and is in the finest condition in every way.


E. Howard 8 1/2

E. Howard 8 1/2" Marine Clock for James W. Tufts, Boston
ID: 1775 | This clock is sold

E. Howard 8 1/2" Dial Marine Clock. The Roman numeral dial is engraved James W. Tufts, Boston and American Steam Gauge Co., Boston and with serial number 196786 at the bottom of the dial. The key locking case is unusual. The bezel flares much wider than the back flange. The bezel is 11 1/2" wide while the back flange is 10 3/4" wide. The case is 4 3/4" deep. The case has been polished and lacquered. The clock is mounted on a custom mahogany display base. The total height of the clock onthe base is 15 1/2". The signed, rectangular, E. Howard movement with nickel plated decorated plates, has been serviced and keeps excellent time. James Walker Tufts, 1835 to 1902, was an entrepreneur, inventor and philanthropist in the Boston area who is very well known for his silverplated soda fountains, pitchers, dishes and table accesories. He is best known as the founder of the Pinehurst Country Club in North Carolina. Below is a link to The Tufts Archives which has a fascinating history of the man, his businesses and his philanthropy. http://www.tuftsarchives.org/clients.html http:/www.fohbc.org/PDF_Files/SodaFountains_Part3_DonYates.pdf


E. Howard 6

E. Howard 6" Marine Clock - MS. Twin Cities
ID: 1544 | This clock is sold

E. Howard & Co. Marine Clock. This fine quality marine clock was made by Star Brass Mfg. Co. with the superb, nickel plated and highly damascened, E. Howard marine movement. The 6 3/4" silvered and engraved dial is marked "MS. Twin Cities" and "Star Brass Mfg. Co, Boston , Mass." The push button latched brass case has been polished and lacquered. The movement has been serviced. The clock is in fine condition in every way.


E. Howard 12

E. Howard 12" Marine Clock with Unusual Arabic Numerals
ID: 1979 | This clock is sold

E. Howard 12" Marine Clock. The 12" dial has beautifully engraved highly decorative Arabic numerals. The movement which is marked E. Howard & Co. and #35 has winding stop work on the mainspring barrel. The clock has been completely restored and is in the finest condition in every way.


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