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Foster Campos Presentation Banjo Clock

Foster Campos Presentation Banjo Clock
ID: 2157 | Inquire...

Foster Campos Crossbanded Presentation Banjo Clock. #14-85


Foster Campos Tavern Clock

Foster Campos Tavern Clock
ID: 2115 | This clock is sold

Foster Campos Tavern Clock. Rare and desirable! The clock is a reproduction of the original by Joseph Dunning, Burlington, VT, ca 1830. The superb mahogany case is 30" tall. The 12" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. #6-85 stamped on the clock dates the clock to 1985. Absolutely beautiful.


Chelsea Clock Company Ball Regulator Clock

Chelsea Clock Company Ball Regulator Clock
ID: 2131 | Inquire...

Chelsea Clock Co. Ball Regulator Clock. Serial number 163563 on the Chelsea signed movement and on the case dates the clock to 12/24/24. The oak case with fine original finish is 20” across the bezel and 45” tall. The original 14” painted dial is in fine condition with only minor touchup at the center. The dial is signed Ball Watch Co., Cleveland and Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, USA. The movement has been serviced. The clock is a very fine timekeeper.


Ted Burleigh Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock

Ted Burleigh Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock
ID: 2155 | Inquire...

Ted Burleigh Gold Front Presentatrion Banjo Clock. TEB-35 '77. The glasses are signed Linda Abrams '77. The dial, with Roman numerals is hand painted and the hands are hand filed to a delicate slimness. The movement, which is patterned after the early weight-driven types is made by Kilbourne & Proctor.” In 1970 after years of gold leaf restoration and reverse glass painting as a hobby, Ted and Fran Burleigh formed the Gilders Workshop in Winchester, MA and began producing fine quality reproductions of banjo clocks based on the design of Lemuel Curtis. To quote from a Burleigh sales brochure - “The design of the Burleigh Presentation Banjo Clock is adapted from that of the Lemuel Curtis banjo made in the early 1800’s. Like the original, it’s distinguishing features are a somewhat narrower throat than usual, and the concave molding used on the door and throat which is finished in burnished gold and therefore reflects the rope trim which is laid in it. Also as in the original Curtis clock, all cases are made of hand rubbed Honduras mahogany, with five piece back boards of pine. The door, throat frame and bracket are also of pine, the wood customarily used in pieces to be gilded. The gilding is executed in the traditional manner. Six hand applied coats of gesso (a mixture of whiting and animal hide glue) are sanded to a porcelain-like finish, and three or more coats of bole (a red clay and glue mixture) are applied to the parts before they are gilded. Twenty-three karat golf leaf is applied over an oil size in the area to have a matte finish, and over a water size in the areas to be burnished.


George Smith, Leamington Striking Regulator Clock

George Smith, Leamington Striking Regulator Clock
ID: 1975 | This clock is sold

George Smith, Leamington English Striking Regulator Clock. Ca. 1866. The superbly carved oak case is 82" tall. Both sides of the case are are carved with the initials "RH" and the date "1866". The case is in very fine original condition. The engraved and silvered dial is 12" in diameter. The fine quality movement has a deadbeat escapement, maintaining power and a large single jar mercury temperature compensating pendulum. The clock strikes the hour on a large fine toned bell.


Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19 - Fine Quality Reproduction

Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19 - Fine Quality Reproduction
ID: 1818 | Inquire...

Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19. A fine quality reproduction of the most desirable Seth Thomas weight regulator.


Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock

Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock
ID: 2156 | Inquire...

Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock - A very rare Campos banjo clock. The frame fronts are black with stenciled decoration. #6-85. In beautiful all original condition.


E. Howard No. 89 Master Clock and Slaves

E. Howard No. 89 Master Clock and Slaves
ID: 1330 | Inquire...

This is a ca. 1913 E. Howard and Company No. 89 Regulator Master Clock and 2 Bronze finished secondary clocks. Both the master and the secondary clocks are in mint original condition. The solid mahogany master clock is 59" tall, 23" wide and 10 1/2" deep. The 12 " painted dial is in fine condition with the usual touchup around the mounting screws. The movement is spring driven and electrically rewound. The cherry pendulum rod is gilt. The 8" decorated brass bob is gorgeous. The beat plate is original to the clock. All wiring and controls are original and operating correctly. The clock keeps extremely accurate time. It is currently driving the 2 secondary clocks. The 2 secondary clocks are 13" in diameter with 10" dials. One of the slaves has minor paint loss are the screw mounting holes. The wood cases are encased in bronze finished metal and are in fine original condition. The following is a quote from the Howard literature "Our No. 89 Regulator represents without question, the best regulator value on the market. It is used extensively by jewelers, watchmakers, and in train dispatchers' offices of the leading railroads. The wheels are carefully and accurately cut from hard rolled clock brass; pinions and arbors are cut from solid bar steel, tempered and highly polished. The movement plates are specially heavy, affording good bearings for all pivots. The escapement is the Graham deadbeat……This regulator is furnished with 8 day or self-winding movement. It can be used for operation any number of secondary clocks. As an example of the excellence of the general performance we call attention to ten of these regulators furnished to…..for the month of August 1889. The average variation from mean time during the month was 8.9 seconds. The greatest individual variation of any of these regulators was 24 seconds". Please view the photos for additional information and


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