This antique station clock or street clock, circa 1926-1945, features stone faces on each side, and an embossed skin with neoclassical decorations including scrolling foliage, torches and pineapples. There are no visible hallmarks and the maker and origin are unknown. Measures approximately 5' tall and 22" wide/deep. It has its four original electric clock movements made by the Warren Telechron Company of Ashland, Massachusetts. (This firm was among the first companies in the U.S. to patent and produce electric clock movements. Their mechanisms powered some of the iconic designs of the early 20th century, including clocks designed by Paul Frankl and Gilbert Rohde.) Working condition of the movements is unknown, but the movements could certainly be replaced if necessary.