Other Clocks for Sale

Mantle c1890Benson c1890Brewster & Ingrahams c1880's

A Mahogany Cased Clock for the English Market. c1890

This is a well made mahogany break arch cased clock with fluted quarter columns to the sides, partially brass filled and with pineapple finials to the front and an ogee plinth raised on four wooden bun feet. The clock has a hinged glazed brass bezel to the front and a rear door with red fabric lined brass fretwork. 

The six inch silvered arched dial has an applied silvered chapter ring with black Roman hour numerals, Arabic minute numbers, Maltese cross half hour markers and blued steel fleur-de-lis hands. 

There are two subsidiary dials for chime/silent, and, fast/slow regulation control. 

This clock has a substantial good quality spring driven brass eight day time and strike movement with anchor escapement, rack striking and strikes the hour and quarters on two rear mounted flat blued steel and coiled gongs. 

Movement by : Winterhalder & Hofmeyer Schwerzenback, case likely English. 

14 ½ ” high.

Quality Four Glass Quarter Striking Library Clock. c1890

Walnut case with four beveled glass panels – front, two sides and top. Brass quatrefoil fretwork to rear door. Full front and rear doors with locks and original key, on pad feet. Case in original untouched condition. 

Rectangular silvered dial, 7 3/8 x 6 1/8. The applied silvered chapter ring has Roman hour chapters, engraved half hour markers and Arabic minutes at the five minute markers, a double minute band and an inner quarters circle. The dial is engraved J. W. Benson, London. Two subsidiary dials to the top for Fast/Slow (rising) regulation to the LHS and Chime/Silent on the RHS. Steel hands and pointers and two winding holes. 

Movement is signed W & H Sch. 1.on the rear plate. This solidly built, brass plated movement has four screwed and pinned plate pillars, two spring barrels, anchor escapement and rack hour striking on a rear gong. Ting Tang quarters striking on two blued steel gongs. 8 day running movement, lacquered, likely original.

Movement by Winterhalder and Hofmeyer, Schwerzenbach in Germany. Case possibly English.

W. & H. Sch. Made these clocks between about 1875 and 1920 – Deryck Roberts 

No obvious repairs, fully functional, with an original door key. 

Case 10 ¼” high. c1890.

An American Ogee Shelf Clock by Brewster & Ingrahams. c1880's

This is typical of the Ogee shelf clocks with rectangular shaped mahogany case with ogee molding to the front. The door has two glass panels, a clear panel over the clock face and a reverse painted panel to the lower area. The panel depicting the public square in New haven. 

The white dial has Roman hour chapters and heart shaped hands. 

This clock has a brass skeletonized weight driven time and strike movement with count wheel striking and striking on a coiled gong. 

Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol Conn. 

26” high by 15” wide. c1880’s.