Elegant large stately gilt bronze 19th Century French clock with exquisite French two train movement and beautiful sounding fine French silver bell, strikes on the hour and half hour. Runs great, keeps perfect time. Movement, signed "Hersant Se 1B De Chatelain Paris", has been recently cleaned by a Master clockmaker. It runs great and keep excellent time. Both Roman numeral and Arabic numbered chapters surround the stunning face which display classically beautiful delicate ornate a ...click for details
Extremely rare limited edition multi-feature, twin chime, moon phase, three weight antique Herschede full size tall case mahogany hall grandfather clock made in 1925, model 240. Dimensions: 6’ 10” tall, by 2’ wide by 16.5” deep. The fifteen day three train movement plays both the Westminster and Canterbury chimes, strikes and plays on the quarter, half and hour. Clock collectors, don’t be mistaken, very few of this limited edition were made. This special 7 tube model is rare indeed. For every t ...click for details
This is a Westminster, Seth Thomas mantel clock with five superb deep-toned rods and an expansive sound chamber. The chimes are rich and resonant. Other smaller ones cannot compare. Circa 1913. h. 15" w. 9" d. 7 1/2".
Unusual Chinese Mantel Clock in finely pierce carved and mother of pearl inlaid rosewood swivel case. Excellent turn of the Century movement keeps great time. Dimensions: 29.5" high X 16.5" wide X 12" deep.
Own a fine working example of old world period artisanship and engineering with this handsome antique German Berliner wall clock made by the Mauthe Clock Company in Schwenningen, Germany (trademark FMS), circa 1890s. The case is made of lindenwood solids and walnut veneers. The dial is celluloid with arabic numerals. The dial center and pendulum bob are both brass embossed in an art nouveau design. The crown is original. The twin train 8 day movement strikes on the hours and the ˝ hours. The mo ...click for details
Handsome antique German Berliner wall clock made by the Mauthe Clock Company in Schwenningen, Germany (trademark FMS), circa 1890s. The case is made of lindenwood, mahogany and mahogany burl. The dial is ceramic with fine hand painted scroll accents and arabic numerals. The dial center and pendulum bob are both brass embossed in an art nouveau design. The crown is original. The twin train 8 day movement strikes on the hours and the ˝ hours. The movement is signed with the Mauthe Eagle trade mark ...click for details
Own this strikingly handsome 19th Century antique French champleve crystal regulator clock which features beveled glass front door, French time and strike two train movement - signed “L. Brocot” (see photo), exquisite champleve and brass case and original rare matching champleve mercury pendulum. This clock runs great, keeps good time and has been cleaned and gone over by a Master Clock-Maker. This stellar example of fine French clock-making features the famous and ingenious Brocot escapement a ...click for details
Extremely well executed finest French regulator clock ,by Japy Freres France , 8 day time and strike movement, twin train with half hour and hour striking on the polished French bell. Authentic mercury pendulum automatically adjusts for temperature changes. Movement is Hallmarked "Japy Freres & Cie" with maker's crowned seal. Beautifully custom carved marble case. Marble case and movement in excellent condition. Keeps great time. Circa 1890. 17" h. X 14" w. X 5 1/ ...click for details
Fine handsome early 1800s English mahogany longcase clock in the George III style, in prime original condition. The eight-day two-train movement has anchor escapement and rack strike on bell with a subsidiary seconds dial and a 31 day calendar feature. The classic silvered 12” arched brass dial has Roman numeral chapter ring with Arabic quarter minute and subsidiary seconds dial, signed by the maker, “Carter,(of) Salisbury”. The arch features an eagle bearing “Tempus Fugit” ribbon over deco ...click for details
Rare Russian champleve 19th Century crystal regulator clock with French L'Marti & Cie time and strike two train movement. Outstanding example of superior Russian artisanship in the champleve case and rare matching champleve mercury pendulum. Garlanded Roman original floral centered face. Circa 1890s. Dimensions: Clock: 18.5” h. X 8” w. X 8” d. Lesser similar clocks sell for over $9,500. Runs great. Don’t miss this opportunity to own an authentic artistic master clock with rare Russian ...click for details