Featured inventory Nils Wiberg of Ystad, Sweden. A very impressive carved case Swedish wall clock. John Rogers of Newton, Massachusetts. A fine mahogany cased tall clock. Adam Brant of New Hanover, Pennsylvania. A walnut case tall clock. Ansonia Huntress Ball Swing Clock. The figure is Diana. Mystery Clock. Cartel wall clock of French origin. Henry Au Louvre / Paris. E. Howard & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. The Model No. 10. "House and Counting-Room Clock." Figure 8 wall clock. The smallest size. E. Howard & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. The Model No. 58-8. E. Ingraham & CO. Bristol, Connecticut, U.S.A. The "12 Inch Ingot." School clock Flavel Bingham of Windsor, Connecticut and Utica, New York. Clockmaker, watchmaker and silversmith. Grafton, Massachusetts area cherry case tall clock. This example is unsigned. Howard & Davis Model No.3 wall clock. The lower door frame is stamped on the inside with the initials, " U.S.L.H.E." This stands for the United States Light House Establishment. James C. Cole of Rochester, New Hampshire. A birch case tall clock. James Doull of Charlestown, Massachusetts. A cross banded mahogany case tall clock with a moon phase dial. Swinging timepiece, French origin. Mystery Clock. Diana.