Manufactured by HAC (Hamburg American Clock Co.) around 1910. Very attractive 8 day clock in a classical style. Reeded columns at each side of case, with polished brass caps at tops and bottoms. Lovely cut and bevelled glass window for viewing polished brass pendulum. Clock strikes the hours and half hours on a coiled gong. The clock has just been serviced, and is working well. Measures 14" tall, by 9" wide and 5" deep.

French


Three Piece Clock Set


$399

Sculpted


Mahogany Cased


French Mantel Clock


$395

Porcelain Cased


Mantel Clock


$195

Gorgeous, mahogany cased Westminster chime bracket clock by Gustav Becker. The serial number dates this lovely clock to 1922. The pagoda style case is in excellent condition, and features fancy inlays on case front. The silvered dial is accented by recessed, wax filled numerals, as well as gilt brass spandrels at each corner. The front door and both side doors contain the original heavy beveled glass. Original front door lock functions correctly. The well built 8 day movement has just been professionally disassembled, cleaned and serviced. It is running flawlessly. The chimes sound every 15 minutes, and sound very rich. There is a feature to silence the chimes if desired.

Beautiful piece! Measures 15" wide, by 16" tall. Nice crackle finish to the glaze - no chips, cracks or repairs. The clockworks are by Smiths Cricklewood Works, which dates the clock to around 1920. The works are hinged, and swing out to wind the clock from the back. Runs just over a week on a full wind.


Circa 1880. Fabulous French 8 day clock in Portico style with figure of the Greek Goddess Athena at top, and lions head, suit of armour and helmet below the dial. The ornamentation is gilt bronze. Six Grecian columns adorn the clock which has a tiered base and top. This is a very beautiful and unusual clock. The eight day movement has been recently cleaned and serviced, with new bushings installed. The clock is running well and keeping good time. Stands 20" tall, (without spear) and 10" wide at the base.

Schatz Ships Bell


and Barometer


$295

Antique


French Carriage Clock


​$160

Empire Period


Gilt Bronze


Figural Clock


$2800

Large Mahogany


Gustav Becker


Bracket Clock


$725

Dating from the turn of the century. Lovely mahogany cased French mantel clock with sculpted sides and top, and featuring a floral inlay below the porcelain dial. Gorgeous brass fancy hands, and beveled glass front door. The clock is running well and keeping good time. Measures 13" tall, by 8" wide.

Fabulous clock! Measures 20" tall by 15" wide. Very heavy timepiece, gilt bronze casting of Hercules with the golden apples. Retains most of its original gilt. Case is also heavily ornamented, and has gilt bronze lion feet at the base. French time and strike movement is running well and keeping good time. Runs 8 days on a full winding.

TIMELY RESTORATIONS

Beautiful, turn-of-the-century piece in good working order. Brass and glass case is highlighted by cloisonné trim at top and bottom. Porcelain dial and faux mercury pendulum. Solid brass candlesticks finish off this lovely set. Clock strikes the hours and half hours on the coiled gong seen in photos. Measures 12-3/4" tall, by 7" wide, and 5" deep. The clock is missing the rear door, but that does not retract from its beauty!



Highly collectible mantel clock by Canadian maker Arthur Pequegnat. This is the Simcoe model, and dates to approximately 1919. This model is almost always seen with brass lion heads and feet. This particular clock has the composite lion heads and feet. These were used during wartime, as metal was being reserved for the war effort. Very unique! The clock is oak cased, and measures 14" tall, by 11" wide & 8" deep. The original movement has just been professionally reconditioned and is running great, and keeping good time 

Lovely set mounted on backboard with brass embellishments. Porthole style clock and barometer by Schatz of West Germany. Both pieces function correctly. Clock runs 8 days on a full wind, and strikes the ships bells on a coiled gong. Entire piece measures 12" wide, by 6" high, while the clock and barometer each measure 4-1/2" across.

In excellent condition! No chips, nicks or cracks in the beautiful marble case. Early Japy Freres trademark on movement dates this piece to 1883. Case features 2 different marbles, and gold filled engravings on front. The porcelain dial is also flawless, with no cracks or chips. This clock is a time only clock, so no striking or chiming to keep you up at night! The movement has just been completely disassembled, cleaned & serviced. Key is included. Clock measures 12" tall, by 13" wide. Would look great on a mantel.

Rare Pequegnat


Mantel Clock


$325

Manufactured by Duverdrey & Bloquel around the turn of the century. This lovely carriage clock is in perfect working order. The movement has just been professionally cleaned and serviced. No chips or cracks in the enameled dial. All the glass is beveled and original. Clock features a functional alarm, with the bell hidden under the base. Nice polished brass case measures 4-1/2" tall, by 3" wide. Key is included

1800's


French Marble Clock


$235

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H.A.C. German


Mantel Clock


$250

Beautiful 1800's


Figural French


Mantel Clock


$1850