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Reproduction E. Howard 24 inch Dial No. 70 Regulator by Belmont Clock Co.

Reproduction E. Howard 24" Dial No. 70 Regulator by Belmont Clock Co.


ID: 2356 | Inquire...

Item ID: 2356 - Belmont Clock Co. 24" Dial Model No. 70 Wall Clock. A superb reproduction of the largest size E. Howard Model No. 70 Wall Clock. The original Model 70 was available in 5 sizes with 12", 14", 16", 20" and 24" dials. Belmont Clock Co. made 2 of these massive 24" dial clocks in 2018. The finely finished oak case is 58" tall, 31" wide and 8" deep. The lower door is reverse painted with the proper E. Howard gold leaf, and red and black paint. The 24" dial is wood and hand painted. The counterweighted hands are copies of the original trefoil design. The E. Howard & Co. signed movement has Geneva winding stopwork. The 4 1/2" Howard pendulum bob is decorated with concentric circles and delicate damascening. A magnificent repoduction of an exceedingly rare clock and in the best condition in every way.


Lenzkirch Precision Regulator Clock

Lenzkirch Precision Regulator Clock


ID: 2473 | Inquire...

Lenzkirch Precision Regulator Clock - Mahogany case with original finish is 58" tall, 16" wide and 8" deep. The silvered dial is 10" in diameter. Original blued steel hands. The 8 day, precision regulator movement is signed Lenzkirch and numbered 1 Million and 963328 dating the clock to 1921. The movement has thick plates with adjustable jeweled pallets and jeweled pivots on the pallet and escape wheel arbors. Large knurled thumb screws hold the plates and secure the movement to the very substantial brass mount in the case. The wood pendulum rod has a 12 pound bob with a very large knurled rating nut and blued indicator pointer. The crutch slot in the pendulum is adjustable for a perfect fit on the crutch pin. The pendulum rod has a repair just above the bob. The movement is driven by a tiny 2 pound weight! A superb timekeeper.


Burleigh Gold Front Presentation. Banjo Clock

Burleigh Gold Front Presentation. Banjo Clock


ID: 2460 | This clock is sold

Item ID: 2460 - Ted Burleigh Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock. 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. 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.” This clock is a fine example of their work. The clock is in superb condition. The gilding isabsolutely gorgeous. The fine, United States & Macedonia, reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Fran Burleigh, and dated 1982. The case is numbered TEB – 84. The clock is in good running order and ready to hang on your wall and enjoy.


English Fusee Railway Station Clock

English Fusee Railway Station Clock


ID: 2114 | Inquire...

English Fusee Railroad Station Clock in superbly carved case. The intricately carved walnut case is 18 1/2" in diameter. The silvered 8" dial is engraved "Dobbie M'Innes Ltd, Glasgow" and "L.N.W.R.". London North Western Railway. The fine quality single fusee movement with balance wheel escapement is marked Coventry Astral. The heavy brass bezel has very thick beveled glass. The movement has been serviced and keeps excellent time. A fine quality timepiece. There is an unobtrusive split in the case at about 5:30.


Foster Campos Tavern Clock

Foster Campos Tavern Clock


ID: 2054 | 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. #22-84 stamped on the clock dates the clock to 1984. Absolutely beautiful.


Foster Campos Miniature Wall Pillar & Scroll Clock

Foster Campos Miniature Wall Pillar & Scroll Clock


ID: 2058 | This clock is sold

Foster Campos Miniature Wall Hanging Pillar & Scroll Clock. The brass rope front, mahogany case is 15 1/2" tall. The nautical theme reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The case has a gilt splat, brass finials and brass balls on the base. Waltham 8 day movement. A beautiful little clock.


Michael Paul Miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock

Michael Paul Miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock


ID: 2059 | This clock is sold

Michael Paul Miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock - The mahogany case is 13" tall with a 2" dial. The clock has a miniature weight driven movement. The case is labeled #14 of 52. A superb miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock.


Michael Paul Miniature Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock

Michael Paul Miniature Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock


ID: 2063 | This clock is sold

Michael Paul Miniature Joseph Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock. This is an absolutely superb miniature Joseph Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock by Michael Paul. The clock case is only 7 3/4" tall with a 2 1/2" dial. The total height with the wall bracket is 10 1/2". Amazingly, the clock has a miniature wagon spring movement that runs for 30 hours. The clock is marked #13 of 43.


Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock

Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock


ID: 2061 | This clock is sold

Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock - Ca. Only 10" tall with a 2 1/4" dial, weight driven wheel barrel movement and the same look as the full size clocks. #5 of 16. This is a superb miniature clock.


E. Howard Astronomical Regulator Clock

E. Howard Astronomical Regulator Clock


ID: 2459 | Inquire...

E. Howard & Company Astronomical Regulator. Ca. 1916. E. Howard & Co made Astronomical Regulators for many of the finest astronomical observatories in the USA. The famous Howard #74 Astronomical Regulator, which is shown in Derek Roberts "Precision Pendulum Clocks" was made in the 1870's and 1880's. This clock is a later version. The oak case is 55" tall, 19" wide and 9" deep. The heavy brass dial is silvered, engraved and filled. The weight driven movement has a deadbeat escapement with maintaining power and a 2 vial mercury filled temperature compensating pendulum. The inside of the great wheel of the movement is signed "Fitted up by C. A. Hinckley, Roxbury, Mass, Apr. 24, 1916". The movement is also fitted with the original break circuit mechanism. The movement is wound through the side of the case eliminating the need to open the door and possibly disturb the air and pendulum inside. As expected, the clock is a very fine timekeeper. By oral history and a return address on an envelope of break circuit parts that came with the clock, the clock was owned by the UCLA Department of Astronomy. There is also an old card that states " Set to sidereal time for longitude 7h 56m 29s West" which goes through the Los Angeles, CA. area. The previous owner bought the clock from the stepson of Dr. George O. Abell who was an astronomy professor at UCLA for 17 years and was best known for his observations of clusters and superclusters of galaxies. His ''Abell Catalogue of Clusters of Galaxies'' is a standard reference. The stepson got the clock from his mother, Abell's widow. The clock is in fine original condition.


Welch, Spring & Co. No. 4 Regulator

Welch, Spring & Co. No. 4 Regulator - Superb!


ID: 2421 | Inquire...

Itrem ID: 2421 - Welch, Spring & Co. No. 4 Regulator - 30 Day. This is the finest example that I have seen. The clock is mint original in every way. The walnut case is flawless. The finials are all original and flawless. While I have not seen another Welch regulator with Arabic numerals, this clock shows no signs that the dial has been changed in any way. The 30 day movement iwith nickel plated plates is in fine condition. An amazing clock.


Chelsea Regulator No. 3 - Natural Cherry

Chelsea Regulator No. 3 - Natural Cherry


ID: 2340 | This clock is sold

Chelsea Regulator No. 3 in natural Cherry. Serial number 182371 dates the clock to 1927. The clock has been perfectly restored and is simply gorgeous. A fine timekeeper.


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