Also no potential risk of damage during transport. I posted a video on you tube for your viewing pleasure for an up close look and most importantly, an audible example of how it sounds. I strongly urge and highly recommend you to spend a few minutes and view them as it will more than likely answer any and all the questions you may have. Greetings all, Thank you, I appreciate your time and Interest. This is a very nice original unmolested piece, minimal losses to the full relief stag to the left of the dial, one ear missing and a small portion of one of his antlers, thats it. The rest of the clock is complete and in great shape, I really like this carving, very soft and feminine appeal to the carvings, they flow really well with all the soft rounded edges on the leaves as opposed to sharp leaf edges, a romantic motif with both live stags as opposed to fresh hunting kills that are usually seen. I suspect original wood antlers that are very well carved and very realistic looking. Beautifully carved stag head up top with gold toned glass eyes, super nice clock in great shape. Original matching weights, original proper fit chains and the quail and cuckoo birds are also very nice, it also retains its original carved bone hands as well. This clock is a nice large size as well, 25 top to bottom, 16 wide across the crown pediment, definitely cant miss this one on a wall. Lastly, the movement and bellows, movement is in terrific condition and functioning flawlessly, minimal pivot wear, a strong impulse beat on the time train, great shape. For those unaware, this is a quarter hour striking clock as opposed to your standard half hour cuckoo only striking clock, the quail in the left door calls the quarters and the cuckoo in the door on the right calls out the hours for the hours, 3 calls for 3 oclock, 4 for 4 and so on. The bellows sound off and function as they should but, in my opinion, could use some nice leather re covering to doll them up, the pipes and tops are also original to the clock. This one would be a great addition to anyones collection. Thats all I got, please watch the video I have posted on you tube, much more informative than this description, just copy and paste it and enjoy. Any questions, fire away, happy to help and Thank you again for your time, I really do appreciate it, best to you and your family, take care. Check out my other clock listings, any questions, feel free to ask, happy to accommodate. I pack my items the same as I like to receive them. Measurements: Clock/item is 25 H, 16 1/2 W, 12 D. Set up instructions included. Pendulum may need minor adjustment after arriving at destination. The item “Antique Black Forest Cuckoo Quail Clock, Beautiful, Works, Exc Cond, NR, LOOK” is in sale since Friday, May 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Cuckoo, Black Forest”. The seller is “bluto2320″ and is located in Chicago, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Large American Antique Solid Oak. Antique Automaton Monk Striking Porcelain Dial Brass Decorated Mantle Clock. Here we are offering a nice 3 finial brass decorated carved mantle clock. This item is made around 1910. Its dimension is 28″H x 12″W. This clock has an 8 day movement with half hour and hour striking. The pendulum is swinging behind a clear glass panel. While the clock strikes, the monk raises his hammer and hits on the brass bell. There is also a hammer inside the bell to create a loud and clear sound. Part of the top crest has been replaced and it’s been finished beautifully. There is a retractable anchor on the back case, which you can to easily convert this mantle to a wall clock. The clock is complete and currently in working order. The animation of this clock surely makes this clock a conversational piece. All winding clocks come with their key. All item will be carefully packed with real packing material, bubble wrap, Styrofoam, foam peanut, & NO newspaper. FEEDBACK: Your feedback is very important to us. We are eager to work with our customers. We believe in communication. The item “Antique Animated Monk 3 Finial Porcelain Dial Brass Decorated Mantle Clock” is in sale since Tuesday, November 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Shelf, Mantel”. The seller is “zero-distance” and is located in Livermore, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
I will start out with the minus items for the clock. The tablet in the door is not original and is a copy of the Masonic tablet, looks good. The upper back board “might” not be original, it is old but the color is a little lighter than the lower part. Other than that it is all good. Original movement, splat (eagle) and columns have original stenciling, original dial and hands. Clock stands total of 30 1/2 inches. Any questions please ask. The item “Antique Silas Hoadley short drop wooden works clock” is in sale since Thursday, April 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Shelf, Mantel”. The seller is “rau422″ and is located in Hampton, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Belize, Barbados, Iceland, Sri lanka, Pakistan, Uruguay.
- Brand: silas Hoadley
- Clock Type: wooden works clock
Here is an antique onyx mantle clock with open escapement. The movement is Ansonia. NOTE: We wound it up and it runs for a few seconds, and then it stops. You’ll have to have it looked it. The chimes work fine though. A couple small chips on the backside corners of the case. It is very heavy weighing over 35 lbs. It measures 14 1/4″ x 6 3/8″ and stands 11 3/4 tall. The item “Antique Onyx Case Ansonia Mantle Clock with Open Escapement” is in sale since Sunday, July 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Shelf, Mantel”. The seller is “thekeyantiques” and is located in Denver, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Brand: Ansonia
- Featured Refinements: Antique Ansonia Clock
Here is a recent estate find. This is a Rare Antique Working Gilbert Oak Gallery Galley Calendar Lobby Regulator Wall Clock, made by the Wm. Gilbert Clock Company USA, Circa 1900. The Case is an Attractive Ornate Carved Oak Wood Case with Decorative Top and Bottom. The Front Glass Tablet Has Reverse Painted Glass with Black Corners and Gold Gilded Trim. This Has a Gilbert Brass Mechanical Wind-Up’Time Only’ Regulator Movement with Calendar Function. The Paper Over Tin Dial has Black Roman Numerals and Calendar Outer Ring, Very Clean! The Original Gilbert Maker’s Label is on the Back. This includes a Winding Key and Brass Regulator Pendulum. This Runs Strong and Keeps Time. 24 1/2″ Tall x 17″ Wide x 4 1/2 Deep. This might be just what you have been looking for!!! The item “Antique Working Gilbert Oak Gallery Lobby Regulator Calendar Wall Clock c. 1900″ is in sale since Monday, October 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “rmagiccds” and is located in Sandown, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Brand: Gilbert
- Age: 1890 – 1910
- Modified Item: No
- Featured Refinements: Antique Regulator Clock
- Working: Yes!
- Style: Victorian Commercial Gallery Lobby Wall Regulator
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Pendulum: Brass Regulator Pendulum
- Glass: Reverse Painted Glass Front Tablet
- Chime: None
- Dial: Paper Over Tin Calendar Dial
- Case: Ornate Carved Oak Wood Case
- Clock Movement: Brass Mechanical Wind-Up Time Only Calendar
- Clock Type: Regulator Wall Clock
- Size: 24 1/2″ Tall x 17″ Wide x 4 1/2″ Deep
You are viewing a magnificent all original timepiece by Sawin & Dyar Mahogany & Giltwood Banjo Clock, Boston, MA. Signed & painted metal dial. Patriotic reverse painted glasses. 8 day time only weight driven brass movement which has been ultrasonically cleaned and serviced. The braided nylon cord was replaced. The hands are original steel hands. Comes with original key not pictured. 41? X 11″ x 4″. It is in excellent condition for it’s age. I’ve searched everywhere and could not find another one like it. The only flaws are a piece of wood has broken off where the eagle sits. The four corners of the inlaid wood on the bottom door are missing. Other than that the clock is amazing. This clock is that old. The mechanism is in excellent condition and keeping accurate time. If properly serviced this clock should last another 200 plus years and this is proof of this. The reverse painting is in excellent condition which shows a little wear due to its age. When received, you will have to unscrew the throat to reinstall the weight. If you feel you cannot do this, it will be your responsibility to have a professional to reinstall this. Please view all pictures and if need be contact me with any questions before making an offer. Whoever is fortunate enough to own this clock you are getting a rare and highly collectible weight driven timepiece. John Sawin of Boston, Massachusetts. John Sawin was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts on September 13th, 1799. It is thought that he was trained as a clockmaker by his uncle Aaron Willard. John was also related to Lemuel Curtis who was a cousin. Throughout his career, John had a number of working relationships. He is then listed as a journeyman working with Aaron Willard Jr. By 1822, Sawin had formed a partnership with George W. Dyar as Sawin & Dyar. This lasted until 1827. John Continued to make clocks on his own and continued to employe many apprentices and journeyman. The number of signed Swain clocks that survive is today’s marketplace suggests that he was very successful. He advertised that in he made Tower clocks and wall regulators. Wall timepieces, gallery clocks and Massachusetts Shelf clocks have been found. John Sawin is probably best known for creating the lyre form wall timepiece. The item “ANTIQUE LARGE SAWIN AND DYAR WEIGHT DRIVEN BANJO WALL CLOCK 1820′ RARE NO RESEVE” is in sale since Wednesday, March 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “barn-pickers” and is located in West Point, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Clock Type: wall
You are looking at an. Antique French/Austrian Fancy Picture Gold Color Frame Wooden Clock, an Austrian Grande Sonorie. 15.25 wide, 21.75 tall, 5.25 deep. The front door is glass. When opened, the key can be used to wind the movement. The back has a wooden door that can be slid open to see the movement and pendulum. Unfortunately, the bells are missing. The clock is 30 hour and runs strong and keeps accurate time. In the front, you can see fancy crafted ornaments, all around the clock. The clock dial is brass. In the front, you can see an open window to see the pendulum moving. This clock was made in the early 19. Century, around 1810 – 1840. Id rate it very well-preserved for its age. This clock is in good working condition. I tested the chime movement, it does work, just no bells. The previous owner put a tie on it so the chime movement wouldnt move. Please look at photos for reference, they are a very important part of the description. As an old clock, oil and cleaning will go a long way to ensure optimal performance. Thank you for your interest. Please look at the photos carefully as they are an important part of the description. I work hard to try and make everything work 100% well, and all the items I post have the best of my information. Please examine all the photos, they are a very important part of the description. I dont want to rush it and give you an early, damaged item, so I hope youll understand any delays necessary to keep your item safe. To keep costs down, I do sometimes use recycled materials. Its not my fault, its not your fault. The item “Antique French/Austrian Fancy Picture Gold Color Frame Wooden Clock” is in sale since Monday, October 6, 2014. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “just4fun8828″ and is located in Lake Bluff, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: France
We have a large number of vintage and antique clocks currently listed along with an equally large number of music boxes and other very nice collectibles. Be sure to have a look at our. This is an absolutely breathtaking antique cuckoo clock that was produced about 120 years ago in the Black Forest of Germany by Gebruder Kuner and marketed under their G. It is referred to as a Bahnhausle (Train House) clock or Railroad clock since it was the German railroads who initially commissioned their local manufacturers to create a common design for use in their railroad stations around the 1890’s. The clock was so popular that a few were made for households around the world. This clock is one of the finest I’ve ever seen and it still works quite well here. It is an impressive size too measuring about 17 1/2″ high (from the tip of the leaves on the upper frame to the bottom of the finial on the bottom and not counting the weights or pendulum), about 6 1/2″ or so at its deepest point, and about 13 across the top. The clock is carved from cured and aged Linden wood that is grown nearly exclusively at certain altitudes of the Black Forest. It has a beautiful mahogany finish and features deeply carved fancy fret work hanging from the roof eaves on either side of the case, fancy round finials on the lower frame, an escutcheon on the left eave, another in the middle, and one missing on the right. There is a fancy square carving on the left side of the lower frame and on the right too along with two fancy wooden finials as well. The case is adorned with some of the nicest carvings I’ve seen in ages and 15 deeply carved wooden grape leaves and clusters of grapes near the bottom, both sides, and on the top as well. There is also a large, carved wooden grape leaf on the custom-designed wooden pendulum too. The wooden dial has a black backdrop and features easy to read Roman numerals to mark the hours and fancy hands to point out the time. The numbers are the old style and nailed on to the dial, not glued on. There is a hinged wooden door on either side of the case. These are secured with a metal latch and open easily to allow access to the clock movement should any adjustments ever become necessary from this angle. The clock has a fitted wood back and is secured with a metal latch. The door easily removes to allow access to an early style of a weight driven movement bearing the G. A weight driven movement simply means that the chains need to be pulled occasionally to wind the clock and cuckoo activity. The tall wooden bellow whistle tubes are in good shape and the trapezoid tops look and sound good but a bit soft. At the bottom of each hour, a colorful wooden bird with flapping wings opens the small fancy wooden door above the dial and stands in the doorway. He gives off a single cuckoo sound in tandem with a nice sounding coiled chime inside the case and when the cuckoo activity is finished, the bird retreats back inside the clock, closing the door behind him. The bird reappears at the top of each hour and correctly cuckoos/chimes the current number of hours before going back inside the clock; fascinating! The clock works quite well here, cuckoos as it should, and keeps good time too. Keep in mind this is an old clock and we do not know the service history though the movement does show signs of having been maintained over the years. Nonetheless, some adjustments or service may be necessary once the clock makes the journey to its new home. We always advise our clock customers to service their antique or vintage clocks at least once every three years. Doing so will preserve this classic clock and keep it running strong for years to come. The clock comes complete as shown with two sets of attached metal chains, a large carved grape leaf pendulum, and two very heavy pinecone shaped metal weights. I’ve looked the clock over fairly well and noted only modest wear. I did see that one of the finial mounts on the bottom left has a break to it and the leaf on the very top is missing. There is a large chip on the wooden pendulum and hard to see evidence of an old repair here and there but still, it is absolutely gorgeous on display! This clock is one of the finest examples of Black Forest craftsmanship I have seen in a very long time. No matter where you display it in your home or office, it will get noticed for its uniqueness, high quality, and just Wow! You won’t find another quite like it! If you like this item and I’m sure you do, then I know you’ll love the other items. Check back frequently since we’re listing a lot of antique/vintage items as time allows! We’d be glad to send more pictures if available; just ask! My wife and I have been accumulating lots of nice antiques and other collectors items over the years. But now is a good time to start clearing out the things we no longer wish to keep. We do all that we can to accurately describe each item to the best of our ability. Day following the close of sale. Be sure to add commits to your favorites list. The item “STUNNING RARE ANTIQUE GERMAN BLACK FOREST GK BAHNHAUSLE RAILROAD CUCKOO CLOCK” is in sale since Wednesday, March 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Cuckoo, Black Forest”. The seller is “commits” and is located in Yucaipa, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany
- Clock Type: Bahnhausle Cuckoo Clock
- Modified Item: No
- Brand: GK Genbrudern Kuner
1942 Smiths Type 2 RAF Station Sector Clock. Here is a rare opportunity to own one of the classic clocks as used in the WW2 Operations Rooms of RAF stations. A smart circular mahogany body holds the innovative 24hr dial featuring the colour change clock-face and rotary blued steel hour and minute hands, behind a circular glass pane held in a brass bezel. The distinctive screen-printed coloured segments were used by the HQ staff to determine the course of enemy pilots overhead when collating observations from spotters both in the air and on the ground. As well as these signature markings, the face features the Kings Crown over the RAF monogram. The clock retains the original, spun brass bezel and has the glass retainer ring in place on the inside. The clock is in fully serviced working order. It comes complete with a winding key and, as should be expected of its original role, is an example of the finest English clock-making (Smith Astral, Coventry). Being a non-fusee movement, this clock has the advantage of being less temperamental than pendulum driven type 1s and will run without being hung exactly straight on the wall. Finally, of note, the back box that contains the movement is stamped’Smith 1942′ as well as’GVI’ (the Kings cypher), it also has the original brass fixture for hanging. The clocks face has a diameter of 14 inches (35.5 cm), the full body extends to a diameter of 16 inches (40.5 cm). The circular body is 1 inch (2.5 cm) deep, and the back’salt’ box extends a further 3 inches (7.5 cm), so 4 inches in total (10 cm). The clock weighs 3.67 Kg. The dials on type 2 clocks are normally’tinned’ which gives some protection from corrosion and explains why most are in better condition than their predecessors. Only small signs of wear around the winding aperture and adjustment slot are detectable, plus a gentle yellowing of the white face. None of these signs of ageing detracts from the clocks impressive cachet. Regarding the bezel, the brass has tarnished but the hinge is smooth and strong and the glass immaculate! The item “1942 Smiths Type 2 RAF Station Sector Clock” is in sale since Tuesday, September 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Collectable Clocks”. The seller is “theantiquesstorehouse” and is located in Portsmouth, Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Age: Vintage
- Material: Mahogany
- Type: Wall Clock
- Features: Keys, Winders
- Sub-Type: Office
- Brand: Smiths
- Style/ Origin/ Theme: Royal Air Force