Seth thomas wall clocks dating 1881
ESTIMATE: 0 - 0 PRICE SOLD: 0 DIMENSIONS: 18.5in x 11.5in x 4in Show All Images DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., unidentified model shelf clock with a spring driven 8 day time and hour strike movement in a walnut case, c1890. NOTE: The dimensions are for clock number one (1) ESTIMATE: 0 - 0 PRICE SOLD: 0 DIMENSIONS: 22.5in x 15in x 5in Show All Images DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) William L. Conn., "Vesta" shelf clock with a spring driven 8 day time and strike clock in an oak case, c1901.
(2) The case is in very good condition with an alligatored finish.
Dimensions are for the Fexacta with polar bear (1) All sold "as is".
& Co.", as well as having the Marti bronze medal award stamp. The movement is signed both with "Bozzo & Governore" and also bears the Japy trademark and the letters "E. The movement is serial number 621 and the pendulum is also stamped with this number. A few small chips to the corners of the beveled glasses.
(2) Stone case has a missing piece of white marble on the lower left side.
Westclox Canada was the only company that came close to matching the production of Canada's leading clock company, The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company. NOTE: The dimensions are for clock number two (2) ESTIMATE: 0 - 0 PRICE SOLD: 5 DIMENSIONS: 21.25in x 13.5in x 4.75in Show All Images DESCRIPTION: Clocks- 3 (Three) (1) Seymour, Williams, & Porter, Farmington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement short case quarter column and splat shelf clock with carved paw feet, c1832 (2) Olcott Cheney, Middletown, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock, c1830 (3) Chauncey Ives, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike weight wood movement pillar and scroll shelf clock, c1830 CONDITION: (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish in nice condition. Original scrolls have a repair at the right scroll. Seth Thomas Clock Company was later owned by the Colibri Group.The company ceased operations on January 16, 2009, and went into receivership, but returned to business as of May 4, 2009, under the ownership of CST Enterprises in Cranston, Rhode Island.