20 1/2″ T x 10 7/8″ W x 4 1/2″ D – We Do Not Guarantee The Working Order Of Clocks
A late 19th century American New Haven Steeple clock. 30-hr spring driven time and strike movement with alarm, in a Mahogany case with turned finials. Old finish with minor veneer damage. 20″ high. ESTIMATE $100-200
Old finish with minor veneer damage.
New Haven Steeple Clock, Shows Wear, Back Painted Glass of Bee Hive, 20″x 10″, As Is
with alarm, reverse painted butterfly, 20 tall, working.”
New Haven Steeple Clock: an inside label says Mfg’d by Jerome & Co. It is 8 day with bell strike. In a mahogany and veneer case. With key.
(The 6″ metal dial has some wear. The wood finish is original and worn under the door and has a small repair on the right side.)
20 3/4″ x 11 5/8″ and running at this time
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Has Key & Pendulum 20 1/2″ x 11″ x 4 1/2″
Reverse glass painted face (some loss) with a wood case. It is working condition and come with the key and pendulum. 19.5″ x 10′ x 4″
Jerome & Co. New Haven Conn. Steeple Clock Case: This is the case only; with a painted metal dial in a mahogany veneer case with reverse painted glass with a beehive.
20 1/2″ Tall
(There are no works with this clock.)
This clock sells as is.
New Haven, CT steeple clock, eight day movement with lithographed glass panel of Girard College, Philadelphia. 14 1/2″ high, 7 1/2″ wide. Condition: paint, finish wear, loss, veneer cracks. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, NewJersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.
New Haven Steeple Clock. Walnut Case. 8 Day Movement. Time & Strike. 20″h ca. 1860
NEW HAVEN MAHOGANY STEEPLE CLOCK, 1920. HEIGHT 14″
New Haven steeple clock, 19th c., 19 3/4” h.
Condition report not complete. Submit request to [email protected]
Measures 19″ by 10″, good case, reverse glass painting has loss, nice face. Very Good
American steeple clock, New Haven Clock Company, c. 1870, mahogany OG case, Roman numerals, time and strike works with alarm, glass door with original reverse painted florals, remnants of makers tag on interior, 20.5″h, 10.75″w, 4.5″d, 7lbs
NEW HAVEN CLOCK CO STEEPLE CLOCK, 8 DAY 30 HOUR, TIN FACE, WITH COTTAGE PRINT IN BOTTOM GLASS, SOME WEAR ON TIN FACE, MEASURES 20″ X 10″, AS PICTURED
20 1/2″ tall X 10 3/4″ wide X 4 1/2″ deep, time and strike steeple clock, partial paper label, painted face with loss, wood case in great condition, with adjustments could be working condition. Includes pendulum.
19 1/2″ by 9 1/2″, has reverse glass painted panel that has some loss, minor loss and discoloration to face. Veneered case is very nice and retains most of the internal paper label. Very Good
New Haven mantle clock in case with steeple top, 8 day time & strike movement, c.1890s, 21.5″ x 18″.
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Brass and Crystal Regulator Clock. Regulator clock is marked Tiffany on the movement and includes a mercury pendulum. From a Greenwich, CT estate. Dimensions: Steeple Clock – 20.5″ high. Regulator Clock – 6″ wide x 5″ deep x 9.25″ high. Condition: Steeple Clock has one small chip and missing veneer. Regulator has slight crack to upper section of back glass.
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Circa 1845 New Haven Clock Co. steeple clock with mahogany veneer, with reverse repainted ship scene, 20″h. Fair condition; missing part of finial.
NEW HAVEN STEEPLE CLOCK; FROSTED DOOR W/LYRE; 19 3/4 IN H, 10 IN W
AN AMERICAN NEW HAVEN STEEPLE CLOCK, 8-day time and strike, having a maple case with glass door and transfer floral inset. Original maker’s label inside door, includes bob and key. Height 17 in., width 10 in. C. 1900.
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“Jerome & Co., New Haven, CT” steeple clock with tin face and reverse painted door, 15 1/4″h. x 8 1/4″w. x 3 3/4″d. Good condition.
NEW HAVEN WOOD, IRON STEEPLE CLOCK C1900, H 20″, W 12″, D 5″:Alarm with bell strike. Enamel face. With key. (rev.20080814)
Working order not guarantee, door sprung. Lk. (rev.20080814)
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This is an Antique Steeple Clock by the New Haven Clock Company of New Haven Conn. U.S.A. It measures approx. 20 1/4 inches high and and 11 inches wide. * * * It has a painted metal dial with old style Roman numbers. * * * The works are gotten at through the framed glass door on the front. The top half of the steeple shaped door is clear glass and on the bottom half is a reversed transfer- painting on glass of the Burns Monument. * * * This clock is Time and Strike. It has a pendulum and is key wound.There is a partial paper label on the inside back wall of the clock that gives directions and the company name. * * * The case itself is mahogany and has a walnut veneer. * * * There is a moderate amount of paint loss on the original dial and also on the reverse painting. * * * There are two chips to the veneer on the front top and chips to the front bottom too. This is a nice example of a great American clock.
New Haven steeple clock, 20 1/2″
19th Century New Haven Co. mahogany steeple clock with key and pendulum, 19 1/2″h. x 10″l. Good condition, missing one finial.
New Haven eight-day, thirty-hour steeple clock with original pendulum, ogee mahogany clockcase, reverse-painted door, paper label, 20″ x 10″. Working.
New Haven small 8 day steeple
New Haven steeple clock, 19th c., 19 3/4” h.
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