Newly added inventory A French made mantel clock in the form of a gothic tower. An impressive swinging timepiece of French origin. "BRISE d'AUTOMNE / par Aug. Moreau (Med. D'Or)." (Autumn Breeze.) The sculptor is Auguste Marthurin Moreau. André' Romain Guilmet of Paris, France. A figural mystery mantel clock. Austrian mantel clock with an automated dial. Grand sonnerie striking. David Williams Shelf Clock of Newport, Rhode Island. David Wood of Newburyport, Massachusetts. A birch case tall clock. Grandmother tall clock. Rocking ship automated dial. Only 59 inches tall. John Rogers of Newton, Massachusetts. A mahogany cased tall clock. Joseph Ives pillar & Scroll. Lever or cantilever spring powered. Seth Thomas 10 Inch Drop Octagon wall clock. A school clock. Silas Burnham Terry Wall Regulator. Terryville, Connecticut, circa 1840. Silas Burnham Terry. "Horologist." Terry's Ville, Connecticut. Mantel clock. Silas Burnham Terry. "Horologist." Terryville, Connecticut. Time and Alarm Cottage Clock. Smith & Goodrich of Bristol, Connecticut. 30 hour fusee mantel clock. Three E. Howard No. 11s. Keyhole wall clocks. Waltham Clock Company of Waltham, MA. A wall timepiece with cross banded frames. The reverse painted tablets signed by D. J. Steele. Waltham Clock Company of Waltham, Massachusetts. Presentation timepiece. Banjo clock.