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Southern Fashion Calendar Clock
Circa 1875.
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Southern Fashion Calendar Clock Circa 1875. Enameled Roman dial above enameled calendar dial with day and month windows. Eight day time and strike.... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Southern Fashion Calendar Clock Latest patent
    March 18, 1879. Southern Calendar Clock Company. Two dials with day, month and date, as well as time. Second hand dial. Walnut case. Refinished. Top of center finial ... [more like this]
  • Southern Fashion Calendar Clock #9
    Made by New Haven Clock Co. Soft wood case in original dark finish. Original finials. Original black painted dials. Original fashion painted glass. 8 day time & strike spring ... [more like this]
  • Southern Fashion Calendar Clock Circa 1875.
    Enameled Roman dial above enameled calendar dial with day and month windows. Eight day time and strike. Walnut case. 25 1/2" x 15" x 6". ... [more like this]
  • Southern Fashion Calendar Clock Pat 1875/1876.
    Burl veneer walnut case with Arabic and Roman dial. Refinished. Veneer wear and damage. 26" x 15". ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    1 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1875, cornice top mahogany veneered case, full-length door with round time and calendar openings, both dials printed paper on zinc, ... [more like this]
  • "Fashion" No. 4 Walnut Calendar Clock, Southern
    Calendar Clock Company, St. Louis, Missouri, with painted zinc dials, the 7 1/2 in. time dial with Roman numerals and marked Patented Dec. 28 1875, recessed seconds marked ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Fashion No. 4 Shelf
    Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1880, the walnut case with three urn finials, molded top, freestanding columns flanking the glazed door marked Fashion enclosing two painted ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Fashion Clock Model No.
    4 made by Seth Thomas in CT for retail by the Southern Calendar Clock Co. of St. Louis, MO; walnut case, double dials with Eastlake style spandrels. 31.5 x 16 x 5.5 in. "Fashion" ... [more like this]
  • Fashion Clock made by Seth Thomas for Southern
    Calendar Clock Co. Pat. March 18, 1879. Walnut case with old refinish, nice patina and color. Original finials. Original painted metal dials. Original ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    3 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1878, walnut case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, both dials painted zinc, the time dial with seconds bit, ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    4T Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1877, walnut case with three turned finials, two full-length side columns, full-length door with Fashion in gold between the dials, ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    9 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1884, walnut case with turned finials and freestanding side columns, glazed door marked Fashion between the upper and lower dials, 7-in. ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Co. Fashion No. 2 circa
    1880 double dial walnut case with three finials and full columns housing an 8-day time and strike movement and a perpetual calendar movement. H31" W15" D5" Dials replaced ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    5 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1885, walnut case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, both dials painted zinc, the time dial with seconds bit ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Co. St. Louis MO
    Fashion Clock Walnut case with original finish missing two tips. Original fashion glass. Original painted bottom metal dial. Top dial is an older replacement. 8 day time and ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    4 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1877, walnut case with three turned finials, two full-length side columns, full-length door with "Fashion" in gold between the dials, ... [more like this]
  • Southern Calendar Clock Company Fashion No.
    2 Shelf Clock, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1880, walnut veneered case with three turned finials, freestanding column on each side, full-length wooden door with round time and ... [more like this]
  • MANTEL CLOCK - Double dial calendar clock
    made by Seth Thomas for the Southern Calendar Clock Co. St. Louis MO. Fashion Model Patent Oct 11, 1875. Mahogany case with triple finial top and full side columns. 30 1/2"H ... [more like this]
  • VICTORIAN WALNUT DOUBLE-DIAL CALENDAR SHELF
    CLOCK, "Fashion No. 2" model by Southern Calendar Clock Co., St. Louis, Mo., c. 1887, movement by Seth Thomas. Height - 30.75 inches. ... [more like this]
  • SETH THOMAS CALENDAR CLOCK MANUFACTURED FOR
    THE SOUTHERN CALENDAR CLOCK COMPANY. American, 4th quarter-19th century. Reverse painted glass reads "Fashion" in gold lettering. Painted faces, brass key wind movements ... [more like this]

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