Oak Gilbert No. 12 Standing Regulator Clock: 8 day 1 weight movement; with deadbeat escapement; has a porcelain dial with sweep second hand; in a carved oak case with glass sides; with gridiron pendulum and key.
8″ 6″ Tall x 30″ Wide
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Oak No. 12 Regulator by William L. Gilbert, Winsted, Connecticut, c. 1910, carved and incised decorated case with glazed full length door, 12-inch dia. porcelain dial with Roman numerals and brass bezel, eight-day brass plate movement with iron dust cover and doors, pin-wheel escapement, maintaining power and center seconds powered by a cylindrical brass weight and regulated by a grid-iron pendulum, ht. 103 in.
Condition: second hand missing
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