Sold items An Austrian mantel clock with an Automated dial Chauncey Jerome, The Paris model. F. W & R. King of Baltimore, Maryland. A wall Barometer. Nathaniel Dominy of East Hampton, New York. Dated 1789. Taber, Elnathan of Roxbury, Massachusetts William L. Gilbert & Company of Winchester, Connecticut An early Biedermeier period Vienna Regulator. Ansonia Clock Company, New York. La Loire. Royal Bonn. Jesse Emory of Weare, New Hampshire. Jonathan Barker of Ashby, Massachusetts. Joseph Ives of Brooklyn, New York. The Brooklyn Model. "Bagdad" Ansonia Clock Company of Ansonia, Connecticut A & C Edwards No. 170. A & C Edwards of Ashby, Mass. A & C Edwards of Ashby, Massachusetts. No. 211. A birch wood Tall Case Clock of New England origin A Connecticut River Valley tall case clock. Unsigned. A figural wall clock (Lobster) of French origin. A Rocking Ship automated tall case clock of Rhode Island origin A Tall Case Clock of Pennsylvania origin A Wonderful French made Crystal Regulator retailed by the Canadian Retailer Henry Birks & Sons. Aaron Willard of Boston, Massachusetts. Signed John Minot dial number 220. Aaron Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Aaron Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts. A labeled case. Abel Stowel Sr. of Worcester, Massachusetts Adam Pringle of Edinburgh, Scotland Allen Kelley of Sandwich, Massachusetts. An impressive swinging timepiece of French origin. "Paix & Progres par Burchon." An unsigned Pennsylvania origin Tall Case Clock. Possibly Berks County origin An unsigned tall case clock of Scottish origin, Glasgow. An unsigned tiger maple tall case clock An unsigned Timepiece of Coastal New Hampshire or Newburyport, Massachusetts origin An unusually large French Crystal Regulator. André' Romain Guilmet of Paris, France. Anglo-American School Clock. VANDYKE REGULATOR. Ansel Turner of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Ansonia Clock Co., Bracket Clock. The "Senator." Ansonia Huntress Ball Swing, Diana. Antony Janszen Ball Watch Company of Cleveland, Ohio. "REGULATOR No. 3" Birge & Fuller Four Candlestick Steeple on Steeple Clock Birge & Fuller Four Candlestick Steeple on Steeple Clock. Birge, Peck & Co., of Bristol, Connecticut. A true "Triple Decker." Boston Clock Co., Boston, Massachusetts. No. 4. Boston Clock Co., Boston, Massachusetts. No. 507 Boston Clock Co., Boston, Massachusetts. No. 558. Boston Clock Company, "DELPHUS." Boston or Roxbury, Massachusetts Brewster & Ingrahams of Bristol, Connecticut. US. 8-day / Rack & Snail Strike. Charles Wilder of Peterborough, New Hampshire. Chauncey Boardman, Fusee powered Beehive Cheney Daniel Pratt & Sons Reading, Mass David Wood of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Dwarf tall clock. Bench made. E. Howard & Co. Model No. 70. "School, Office or Bank Clock." E. Howard & Co. Model No. 70. (16 Inch dial.) E. Howard & Co. Model No., 10 "House and Counting-Room Clock". E. Howard & Co. Model No., 10. "Figure Eight. "House and Counting-Room Clock". E. Howard & Co. Model No., 70. Cherry case. E. Howard & Co. No., 1. "Regulator." "Watchmakers', Bank and Public Office Clock." E. Howard & Co. No., 1. "Regulator." E. Howard & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. The Model No. 6. "Watchman's Bank and Public Office Clock." E. Howard & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. Model No. 10 "House and Counting-Room Clock." E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass. Model No. 58-8 E. Howard & Company Boston, Massachusetts. Model No. 3. This is an early example. E. Howard & Company of Boston, MA. Model No. 75 (Special) E. Howard & Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Model No. 61. An Astronomical Floor Standing Regulator Clock. E. Howard Clock Company Marble Dial Clock. An unusual size. Model No. 27/28 E. Howard Clock Company Model No. 89 E. Howard Clock Company Model No., 72 Regulator. Dated 7 - 1884 Elmer Stennes. Reproduction Girandole Timepiece Elnathan Taber of Roxbury, Massachusetts Elnathan Taber of Roxbury, Massachusetts. A labeled case. Elnathan Taber of Roxbury, Massachusetts. / Stephen Badlam cabinetmaker. / John Minot numbered 89 signed dial. English Skeleton Clock. French Brass Shelf Clock with Porcelain Panels and dial signed Mermod Jaccard & Co., St. Louis & Paris. French Industrial Series. Lighthouse. French origin. A champleve decorated mantel clock. Gawen Brown of Boston, Massachusetts George Wren of London, England Horace Tift Timepiece form North Attleboro, Massachusetts Howard & Davis No.1 Regulator. Boston, Massachusetts. (Albert Howard) Howard & Davis of Boston, Massachusetts. No. 4. Ingraham & Company of Bristol, Connecticut. "Grecian Mosaic." J.C. Brown Acorn Clock J.J. Beals & Co.s / Birge & Fuller Bristol, Connecticut. Jacob Morse of Westfield, Massachusetts Jacob Sargeant of Springfield, Massachusetts James Doull of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Cabinetmakers John & Thomas Seymour of Boston, Massachusetts. Jesse Emory of Weare, New Hampshire. John Boyd of Black Horse Farm in Sadsburyville, Chester County, Pennsylvania John Rogers of Newton, Massachusetts John Rogers of Newton, Massachusetts. Jonathan Carley of Thetford, England. A bracket clock. Joseph Gooding of Dighton, Massachusetts Joseph Ives tall case clock. Joseph Loring of Sterling, Massachusetts. Junghans of Germany. A Mystery Clock. Lord & Goddard Rutland, Vermont. No. 98. Luther Goddard of Shrewbury, Massachusetts. Luther Smith of Keene, New Hampshire Marshall & Adams of Seneca Falls, New York. Martin Cheney Windsor, Vermont. Number 18. Clockmaker & Silversmith. Nathaniel Hazeltine of Danville, Vermont. "No. 2." New York State origin. Tall case clock. Unsigned. Newport, Rhode Island's most famous Clockmaker William Claggett. Nichols Goddard of Rutland, Vermont. No. 125 Oliver Wight of Sturbridge, Massachusetts Perpetual Calendar Clock of French manufacture Porcelain Panel French Crystal Regulator. Proctor's Patent. Seth Thomas Illuminating Clock Riley Whiting of Winchester, Connecticut Robert Smith Of North Berwick, UK Roth Brothers, New York. Chronometer. Samuel Edwards of Gorham, Maine. Samuel Keer Barker of Framlingham, England Samuel Solliday of Doylestown, Pennsylvania Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 11. Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 6 Seth Thomas Regulator No. 2. Seth Thomas Regulator No., 10. Seth Thomas Regulator Number 31. Mahogany. Seth Thomas "Violin." Silas Hoadley Miniature Time & Alarm Clock. Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut Simon Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Warranted for Mr. Daniel Phillips. South Eastern New Hampshire origin. Unsigned. Stephen Taber of New Bedford, Massachusetts. The "Tunis" by the William Gilbert Clock Company of Winsted, CT The Baird Clock Company of Plattsburg, New York The Seth Thomas "Hotel." Thomas Crow of Wilmington, Delaware. Thompson & Elliot of Baltimore, Maryland. Tiffany & Co. Makers Tall Case Clock. New York. Tiffany & Co. New York. A Crystal Regulator. Tiffany & Company / Flemish Oak Hall Clock Timothy Chandler signed No. 1. and dated 1785. Turner's Patent 8-day alarm. Rare. Walter Crighton of Haddington, Scotland. Waltham Clock Company Waltham Clock Company of Waltham, Massachusetts. Waltham Clock Company of Waltham, Massachusetts. Waltham Watch & Clock Company of Waltham, Massachusetts. Waltham Watch Company of Waltham, Massachusetts. William "S" Gilbert & Co. of Winchester, Connecticut William Cummens of Roxbury, Massachusetts. "Bagdad" Ansonia Clock Company of Ansonia, Connecticut.