Waterbury No. 7 Oak Regulator, Waterbury Clock Company, c. 1890, with carved cornice and pedestal, 12-in. dia. enameled dial with Roman numerals, full length glazed door and sides, eight-day timepiece with dead-beat pin wheel escapement, maintaining power, sweep seconds, grid iron temperature compensating pendulum rod and brass faced bob powered by a cylindrical brass weight, ht. 82 in.
Condition: Base pedestal is a high quality replacement.
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Oak Waterbury No.7 Pinwheel Jewelers Regulator: floor standing model in an oak case with a perfect 12″ porcelain dial. Time only, weight driven with a multi-rod lyre pendulum. An interior label is partially intact.
98″ and running at this time
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Waterbury Oak Pinwheel Regulator No. 7. Has a 12 in. porcelain dial with black Roman hour numerals, sweep seconds hand and brass bezel; typical jewelers weight driven pinwheel movement with a pinwheel escapement, brass weight and large gridiron pendulum. The carved oak case has superior graining and is an attractive form; in very good condition and refinished. 82 in. high x 24 in. wide x 10 in. deep.