Seth Thomas "Regulator No. 3"
This is a very nice ST # 3 in a walnut case with brass pendulum bob and weight. The veneer has a minor chip on the bottom piece and 1 or 2 around the bezel which do not detract significantly from the appearance of the clock. The dial is in excellent condition and it appears to have the original paint, although it is hard to say for sure. The hands, knurled weight, pendulum bob and all finials all appear to be original and correct. The pendulum bob is damascened but is faint.
Seth Thomas "Regulator No. 31"
This is an excellent example of the Seth Thomas Regulator # 31 in an oak case. Everything on this clock is original and in excellent condition. The case is 68" tall and 24 " wide. The 18" dial is original and in great condition with no chipping. It has a large trapezoid movement, knurled weight and heavy pendulum bob.
Early weight-driven banjo
Early banjo clock, not sure of maker. Has cut steel hands, great glass bottom that may be a repaint, early eagle and door latch. Case was made to fit movement. Nice dial, old key, bottom was repaired where weight must have fallen. Hands are off clock for shipping and pictures. Super nice early clock.
Chauncey Boardman Triple fusee steeple
Smith & Goodrich fusee steeple
Weight-driven Killam banjo
From about 1900, in good condition and runs. 32-inches to top of eagle finial.
French marble garniture set
French marble art deco garniture set. Unsure of the maker. The clock runs perfectly and strikes as expected on a very dainty bell. The marble case does have some slight chipping on the top and one of the side urns is missing a piece of marble. The porcelain dial has some slight cracking.
Ansonia Regulator A
A long drop, 32 inches tall, 17 inches wide, 11 inch porcelain sunken dial. Appears to be all original with some minor repairs to the bezel and pendulum. The 8-day movement runs and strikes as expected with no issues. The walnut case is in excellent condition.
Waterbury Regulator No. 3
Waterbury number 3 regulator mint condition walnut wood case that is beautiful; movement cleaned and original weights and pendulum. Beautiful dial redone by Martha Smallwood of the Dial House.
Kroeber Mourning clock
It is 13" by 11" and has even its original key. This is an 1868 clock that was sold as a Mourning Clock for Civil War soldiers.