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  • EARLY 19TH CENTURY REVERSE PAINTED CLOCK:
    Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll clock, having a painted wood face, and 30 hour wood movement. Reverse painted lower tablet, having an image of the Hancock House. Approx. 31.25'' ... [more like this]
  • CHAUNCEY JEROME REVERSE PAINTED OGEE CLOCK:
    Circa mid 19th century reverse painted glass door with country and floral design. Painted metal face with roman numerals. Wood case with mahogany veneer. Partial paper label ... [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]
  • MASSACHUSETTS MAHOGANY BANJO WALL CLOCK,
    19th century, signed E. Howard & Co., Boston. Circular cove-molded glazed door opening to enameled clock face with Roman numerals, above graduating rectangular standard; similar ... [more like this]
  • A late Federal mahogany pillar & scroll clock.
    A late Federal mahogany pillar & scroll clock, Probably second quarter 19th century, Bristol, Connecticut, by Samuel Terry, with label to interior ''Patent / Clocks / Made ... [more like this]
  • Seth Thomas Reverse Painted 8 UNITED STATES,
    19TH CENTURY An American eight day shelf clock manufactured by the Seth Thomas Clock Company of Thomaston, Connecticut. The clock is comprised of a mahogany wood case with ... [more like this]
  • Three Framed Clock Glasses, Connecticut,
    last half 19th century, all three originally the lower tablets on clock doors, first a reverse-painting of Andrew Jackson on horseback with his sword drawn, second a line ... [more like this]
  • TWO COLBY WRINGER EASTLAKE CLOCKS. American,
    4th quarter-19th century, walnut. Line carvings, foliage detail, and reverse painted glass panels. Shelf clock with reverse painted cherubs, 22"h. 15"w. 5.25"d., and a wall ... [more like this]
  • Weight driven banjo clock with reverse painted
    panels and brass finial, 19th century. ht. 33in. panels and brass finial, 19th century. ht. 33in. ... [more like this]
  • A Federal Mahogany and Eglomise Shelf Clock
    Height 32 7/8 x width 12 7/8 x depth 5 3/4 inches. aaron willard, boston, massachusetts, early 19th century the swan neck pediment above the glazed and reverse-painted ... [more like this]
  • Early E. N. Welch Mantel Ogee 30 Hour Clock:
    This is an original early antique reverse painted E. N. Welch mantel clock. The clock shows a burl wood veneer curved finish with beautiful painted Victorian like door. The ... [more like this]
  • Southern Clock Co. shelf clock late 19th
    century ogee case with full-length door, painted dial with Roman numerals, original reverse-painted lower tablet; printed maker's label inside backboard: Southern Clock Co., ... [more like this]
  • WATERBURY MINIATURE OGEE MANTLE CLOCK. 19th
    century. Time and strike, spring driven brass movement stamped 'Waterbury Clock Co.', reverse painted tablet appears to be original, painted zinc dial with small floral decorated ... [more like this]
  • THREE AMERICAN CLOCKS. Second half-19th
    century. Two ogee mantel clocks with paper labels. One by Henry Sperry & Co, New York with hand tinted print in the door. 25.5"h. and one by Seth Thomas with reverse painted ... [more like this]
  • Unusual Framed Églomisé Painted Clock:
    Continental, 19th century, reverse glass painted landscape, ÿ‚glomis‚ clock border and embellishments, hinged lid opening to interior clock works, with key and pendulum, ... [more like this]
  • DECORATED SHELF CLOCK BY WILLIAM B. LOOMIS.
    Bottom glass with reverse painted sailing ship, hand painted wood dial, original label to inside back. First half of the 19th Century. Referred to by the family as the Isaac ... [more like this]
  • EARLY 19TH CENTURY GILT REVERSE PAINTED BANJO
    CLOCK: Wood case with reverse painted glass fronts. Bottom glass painted with sunburst design, center glass has urn and foliage design. 8'' painted metal dial with roman numerals, ... [more like this]
  • Benjamin Morrill Mirror Clock, Boscawen,
    New Hampshire, c. 1830, the pine case with turned gilt and smoke grained half columns flanking the painted iron dial with Roman numerals inscribed B. Morrill, Boscawen reverse ... [more like this]
  • 19th Century Mahogany Case Banjo Clock. :
    19th Century Mahogany Case Banjo Clock. Geometric reverse painted tablet, painted dial with Roman numerals. 45-1/2" high overall. Good with restorations. Condition Good ... [more like this]
  • AMERICAN FEDERAL BANJO CLOCK, 19th century,
    by J. Randell & Co. St. Albans [VT]. Eagle-topped ball-finial; glazed door opening to Roman numeral face; reverse-painted glass panel flanked by curving gilt-metal mounts; ... [more like this]

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