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JFP-0812
$1,550
Early Gazo “Ramona” in Alder
With English Walnut Stain
& Westminster/Ave Maria Chimes

Gazo “Ramona” in Dark Alder ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Gazo “Ramona” in Dark Alder ~ Antique Clocks Guy

<empty>Gazo “Ramona” in Dark Alder ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ships From Charlotte NC

Gazo “Ramona” Original Catalogue ~ Antique Clocks Guy(later catalogue)

Gazo “Ramona” in Dark Alder ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

Here is a earl model of this clock from the Gazo Family Clock Factory for your serious consideration:

Physical: The exquisite "open-well" alder case with factory-applied English walnut stain measures 19"w x 46.5"h x 10"d. It is in excellent original condition. It is definitely a clock that has had TLC throughout its one-owner life. The serial number is RM/122/A (122nd in production sequence and constructed of "A"lder).

We have a wide variety of photos below that show off the magnificently detailed case. Note the masterful carvings, pouncing, and cast brass pendulum. There is a great deal of attention-to-detail on this clock, wonderfully and masterfully executed.

Mechanical: The clock has a "double-chime" German movement that strikes Westminster and Ave Maria chimes on the quarter hours. The chime/strike can also be turned off if you wish. It is in excellent mechanical and great running condition, having just been professionally overhauled.

Comments: This model doesn't come along often, and we sell most of them "off-site", meaning we have a list of people seeking them, so they usually don't even make it to our website. finding one with Ave Maria chimes is even harder. This one also came to us at a great price that is passed on to you... several hundred below the last one we sold. You know what to do next!

Shipping: This clock will be packed (double-boxed) by a UPS Store or, if you live in Charlotte area, you could pick it up. If UPS, you would pay them directly for their services.

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Right
Crown
Front Open (Dial)

Base
Pendulum
Serial No.
Back



(We apologize for the fuzzy back photo!)


XLT-0318
$1,895

Highly Sought Seth Thomas “Garfield”
WEIGHT-DRIVEN
in Mahogany, c. September 1894

Seth Thomas “Garfield” in Mahogany, c.1884 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Garfield”, c.1886 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Garfield”, c.1886 ~ Antique Clocks Guy(September 1884)

 

Ship From So. CA

Seth Thomas "Garfield" - Origina Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)

 

The Seth Thomas Garfield and its companion, the Lincoln have consistently been the most popular shelf clocks we've ever sold over the past 24+ years. Here is a beautiful ALL ORIGINAL Garfield for your consideration.

Physical:
The original finish mahogany case is in excellent physical condition – a "cream puff" as our knowledgeable consignor described it. The clock measures 15.5"w x 38"h x 6.5"d
. The 8" diameter dial is also in excellent condition with the original paint. The original weights are nickel as is the bezel.

Note the original nickel damascened pendulum bob. The glass is original as well, and there is an "aged" label in the bottom of the case.

Mechanical: The two-weight, eight-day time-and-strike movement was recently professionally disassembled, cleaned and re-strung and is in excellent running condition.

Comments: This is a wonderful clock that should be in your collection. Might also look great on a credenza at work! Give us a call to start the process.

Questions? Contact us by phone at , or e-mail.

PHOTO LINKS:

Description

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Front View
Front Right
Left Side
Upper Left
Front Lower Section
Lower Right
Dial
Date Stencil - Sept 1894
Label
Movie

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 2, 2004, p.726-7

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WBY-0922
$8,250
Waterbury Regulator No. 7 in Cherry w/Burl
Pinwheel Jeweler's Regulator Movement

Waterbury Regulator No. 7 in Cherry ~ Antique Clocks GuyWaterbury Regulator No. 7 in Cherry ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Waterbury Regulator No. 7 in Cherry ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ship From So. CA

Waterbury Regulator No. 7 - Original Catalogue Drawing 1891 - Antique Clocks Guy

(1891 Catalogue Drawing)

 

One of the most sought after of the "big cats" of the Waterbury Clock Co, this particular case was sold with two different pendulums, the most popular being this with the "lyre" configuration (which fits the case much better than the jar version), and most commonly in oak. This is the first one we've ever had in cherry burl. It is in spectacular original condition, having just been professionally French-polished by our restoration experts.

Physical: The cherry with burl case is all original, retains its beautiful original finish, and measures 22.5"w x 82"h x 11"d. There is no new wood in evidence. It is in excellent physical condition with original side glass and we believe a replaced front glass. The 12" porcelain dial is original, in excellent condition, and features a sweep seconds hand. The lyre pendulum and brass weight are original to the case and in excellent condition.

Mechanical: The original heavy-duty eight-day, time-only pinwheel jeweler's regulator movement (iron-cased) was recently completely overhauled by one of the top technicians on the West Coast. It is in excellent running order and ready for years of great service to you and your family.

Comments: As you can see in the myriad of photos below, this is an exceptional clock just waiting for its matching exceptional home. Are you ready for the "oohs" and "ahs" of "spectacular" in your home or office? Give us a call to start the process.

Questions: Contact us by phone at , or by e-mail.


Photos Note: It is extremely difficult to photograph these large clocks and get them lit equally throughout the clock - especially so when they are in a corner close to other dark objects as was this clock. Our consignor did his best! The photo in the left column above is a fairly close representation of how the clock appears to the eye; some other photos make it look much redder than the eye perceive due to the flash... sorry.

PHOTO LINKS:

Description

View

Front
Front Right
Crown
Upper Section
Upper Left
Lower Left
Upper Right
Lower Right
Lower Section
Base
Dial
Pendulum
Movement Left

Reference
Ly, T.D., Waterbury Clocks, 2001, p.174-176

Be sure to visit our Clock & Mechanical Music Reference Library


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