Hicks Antique Clocks

Chester A. Hicks
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Clocks For Sale : Wall Clocks
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Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19 - An Early Example

Item ID: 2071 - Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19. Ca. 1885. The clock has the features of the very early Seth 19’s. The walnut case has the tulip pattern carving on the door. The dial is attached to the wood dial surround not to the movement as in later 19’s. The pendulum has the smooth glass jars seen on early examples. The case has the original finish that has just been lightly rubbed and waxed. The 2 bottom finials are new and exactly as original. The dial is in amazing untouched original condition. The hands are original. The pendulum is original with original gilding in age appropriate condition. The weight is also original. The movement, which is stamped 19 & 255, has been serviced and the clock is keeping excellent time. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock

Item ID: 1887 - Foster Campos Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock. The gold front mahogany case is marked #5-80 on the glue blocks, dating the clock to 1980. The fine quality gold leaf and reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The clock is in very good condition. Email me if you have questions.

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Michael Paul Miniature Double Dial Calendar Clock

Item ID 2060 - Michael Paul Miniature New Haven Double Dial Calendar Clock. The oak ase is 12" tall with 2 1/8" dials. 8 day time only spring driven movement and functioning simple calendar movement. The clock is labeled - #17 of 22. A fine miniature calendar clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Willard Banjo Clock

Item ID: 2048 - Foster Campos Willard Banjo Clock - A superb clock in every way. In as new condition. #15-89. The case is exquisitely executed with crossbanded frames and string inlays. The glasses are reverse painted and gold leafed. A very beautiful clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Girandole Clock

Item ID: 2051 - Foster Campos Girandole Clock. The clock is in good original condition. #5-80 dates it to 1980. Fine reverse painted Aurora glasses. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Shaker Coffin Clock

Item ID: 2055 - Foster Campos Shaker Coffin Clock. The solid mahogany case is 33 1/2" tall, 10" wide and 4 1/2" deep. The simple delicate Shaker lines of the clock are beautifully complemented by the vertical figured grain of the mahogany door. The case is marked #5-81. The 7" dial is marked Foster Campos Pembroke, Mass. and has the trademark pine tree. The Campos trademark is burned into the backboard. The 8 day weight driven movement keeps excellent time. The workmanship, as with all Campos clocks, is superb.The clock is in beautiful condition. Email me if you have questions.

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George Smith, Leamington Striking Regulator Clock

Item ID: 1975 - George Smith, Leamington English Striking Regulator Clock. Ca. 1866. The superbly carved oak case is 82" tall. Both sides of the case are are carved with the initials "RH" and the date "1866". The case is in very fine original condition. The engraved and silvered dial is 12" in diameter. The fine quality movement has a deadbeat escapement, maintaining power and a large single jar mercury temperature compensating pendulum. The clock strikes the hour on a large fine toned bell. Email me if you have questions.

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Chelsea Regulator No. 3

Item ID - 2019 - Chelsea Regulator No. 3. Serial number 36499 dates the clock to 1914. The 37" tall dark oak case retains the original finish. The mint original dial is signed Chelsea inside the seconds bit and Riggs & Bros, Philadelphia below the hand arbor. The silvered beat scale is engraved with Roman numerals and three C's for Chelsea Clock Company. The movement has a dead beat escapement and maintaining power. A very fine all original example of a Chelsea regulator that is rarely seen. The clock has been serviced and is keeping excellent time. Email me if you have questions

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Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19 - Fine Quality Reproduction

ID: 1818 - Seth Thomas Regulator No. 19. A fine quality reproduction of the most desirable Seth Thomas weight regulator.

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E. Howard No. 101 Program Clock

Item ID: 1470 - This is a ca.1923 E. Howard Clock Company No. 101 Multiple Electric Programme Clock. The clock was made to ring 3 sets of bells at 5 minute intervals as programmed by the user. The clock is 41 1/2" tall with a 14" dial. The oak case is in very fine original condition. The original finish has gorgeous medium brown color. The dial is original as are the hands. Both glasses are original. The lower door has the original gold leaf and paint. The movement and pendulum are original. The bob has fine Damascene decoration. The electric contacts and wiring have been restored, and function as designed. The 8 day weight driven movement has been serviced. The clock is in good running order and keeps excellent time. An unusual Howard program clock and a fine regulator. Email me if you have questions.

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E. Howard No. 89 Master Clock and Slaves

ID: 1330 - This is a ca. 1913 E. Howard and Company No. 89 Regulator Master Clock and 2 Bronze finished secondary clocks. Both the master and the secondary clocks are in mint original condition. The solid mahogany master clock is 59" tall, 23" wide and 10 1/2" deep. The 12 " painted dial is in fine condition with the usual touchup around the mounting screws. The movement is spring driven and electrically rewound. The cherry pendulum rod is gilt. The 8" decorated brass bob is gorgeous. The beat plate is original to the clock. All wiring and controls are original and operating correctly. The clock keeps extremely accurate time. It is currently driving the 2 secondary clocks. The 2 secondary clocks are 13" in diameter with 10" dials. One of the slaves has minor paint loss are the screw mounting holes. The wood cases are encased in bronze finished metal and are in fine original condition. The following is a quote from the Howard literature "Our No. 89 Regulator represents without question, the best regulator value on the market. It is used extensively by jewelers, watchmakers, and in train dispatchers' offices of the leading railroads. The wheels are carefully and accurately cut from hard rolled clock brass; pinions and arbors are cut from solid bar steel, tempered and highly polished. The movement plates are specially heavy, affording good bearings for all pivots. The escapement is the Graham deadbeat……This regulator is furnished with 8 day or self-winding movement. It can be used for operation any number of secondary clocks. As an example of the excellence of the general performance we call attention to ten of these regulators furnished to…..for the month of August 1889. The average variation from mean time during the month was 8.9 seconds. The greatest individual variation of any of these regulators was 24 seconds". Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock

Item ID: 1911 - Foster Campos Gold Front Presentation Banjo Clock. The gold front mahogany case is marked #4-04 on the glue blocks, dating the clock to 2004. The fine quality nautical theme reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The clock is in as new condition in every way. The 8 day weight driven movement has been serviced. The clock keeps excellent time.

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Lenzkirch No. 311 Jewelers Regulator Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 2018 - Lenzkirch No. 311 Jewelers Regulator. Ca.1857. Serial number 146908 on unsigned movement and the back of the dial. The walnut case is 76" tall, 21" wide and 10" deep. The dial is in perfect condition. The finish is beautiful. The clock has been serviced and is in fine running condition and keeping excellent time. A fine example of a rare jewelers regulator. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Tavern Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 2054 - Foster Campos Tavern Clock. Rare and desirable! The clock is a reproduction of the original by Joseph Dunning, Burlington, VT, ca 1830. The superb mahogany case is 30" tall. The 12" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. #22-84 stamped on the clock dates the clock to 1984. Absolutely beautiful. Email me if you have questions.

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Chelsea 4 1/2" Wardroom Clock for Tiffany & Co.(SOLD)

Item ID: 2046 - Chelsea 4 1/2" Wardroom Clock for Tiffany & Co. Matching serial number 105903 on wood back and movement dates the clock to 1916. The clock is 8 1/2" in diameter. Beautifully restored. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Miniature Wall Pillar & Scroll Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 2058 - Foster Campos Miniature Wall Hanging Pillar & Scroll Clock. The brass rope front, mahogany case is 15 1/2" tall. The nautical theme reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The case has a gilt splat, brass finials and brass balls on the base. Waltham 8 day movement. A beautiful little clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock(SOLD)

Item ID - 2061 - Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock - Ca. Only 10" tall with a 2 1/4" dial, weight driven wheel barrel movement and the same look as the full size clocks. #5 of 16. This is a superb miniature clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Michael Paul Miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock(SOLD)

Item ID 2059 - Michael Paul Miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock - The mahogany case is 13" tall with a 2" dial. The clock has a miniature weight driven movement. The case is labeled #14 of 52. A superb miniature Willard Grafton Wall Clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Time and Alarm Mirror Clock(SOLD)

Item ID 2062 - Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock - The superb case with fine brass finials and reverse painted glass is only 15" tall with a 2 1/4" dial. Weight driven time and weight driven alarm. The case is labeled #13 of 15. A very fine little clock. Email me if you have questions.

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Michael Paul Miniature Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock(SOLD)

Item ID 2063 - Michael Paul Miniature Joseph Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock. This is an absolutely superb miniature Joseph Ives Wagon Spring Shelf Clock by Michael Paul. The clock case is only 7 3/4" tall with a 2 1/2" dial. The total height with the wall bracket is 10 1/2". Amazingly, the clock has a miniature wagon spring movement that runs for 30 hours. The clock is marked #13 of 43. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 2056 - Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock - A very rare Campos banjo clock. The frame fronts are black with stenciled decoration. #6-85. In beautiful all original condition. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Gold Front Presentation Banjo - #6 - 05(SOLD)

ID: 1259 - This is a superb quality Foster Campos Gold Front Banjo Clock. The clock is a replica of Aaron Willard's ca. 1810 masterpiece. The 40" tall case is solid mahogany with gold leaf carved eagle finial, throat frame, lower door frame and carved bracket. The bezel and sidearms are solid brass. The case is numbered 6 - 05. The beautiful Aurora glasses were reverse painted by Mary Ann Picassio. The 8 day weight driven movement is signed Foster Campos. This is a truly exceptional clock that is in perfect condition. The clock is ready to become a family heirloom for generations to come. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Lyre Clock(SOLD)

ID: 1941 - This is a ca. 1982 Foster Campos Lyre Clock. The superbly hand carved, 40" tall, mahogany case is a very fine reproduction of a ca. 1830 Lemuel Curtis Lyre Clock. The 7 1/4" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. and has the trademark pine tree outside the minute ring. The 8 day weight driven movement and weight are also marked Foster Campos as is the backboard of the case. The case is numbered #3 - 82. The beautiful reverse painted glass is signed by the artist - Tom Moberg. The clock is in mint original condition. Please view the photos carefully to appreciate the fine workmanship on this timepiece. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Lyre Clock(SOLD)

ID: 1445 - Foster Campos of Pembroke, Mass is a very well known and respected maker of fine quality reproductions of early American shelf, banjo and grandmother clocks. Foster Campos created some of the finest replicas of classic early American timepieces that are made today. Since Foster has retired, interest in his clocks has continued to grow. His clocks are becoming difficult to find. This is a ca. 2003 Foster Campos Lyre Clock. The superbly hand carved, 40" tall, mahogany case is a very fine reproduction of a ca. 1830 Lemuel Curtis Lyre Clock. The 7 1/4" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. and has the trademark pine tree outside the minute ring. The 8 day weight driven movement and weight are also marked Foster Campos as is the backboard of the case. The case is numbered #1 -03. The beautiful reverse painted glass is signed by the artist - Tom Moberg. The clock is in perfect condition. Please view the photos carefully to appreciate the fine workmanship on this timepiece. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Presentation Banjo Clock - #30-01(SOLD)

Item ID: 1912 - Foster Campos Crossbanded Presentation Banjo Clock. The case is marked 30 - 01 dating the clock to 2001. This classic design is made of mahogany with crossbanded veneer and string inlays. At the top of the case is a polished cast brass eagle finial. The reverse painted glasses depicting George Washington on the throat and Mount Vernon on the lower door are signed by the artist - Tom Moberg. The fine quality 8 day weight driven movement is like the Willard original. Please view the photos carefully to fully appreciate the superb work of a master craftsman.

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Robert Hynes Shaker Coffin Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 1913 - Robert Hynes, Pembroke, MA Shaker Coffin Clock. In the tradition of Foster Campos, Bob Hynes continues to produce superb quality reproductions of early American wall and shelf clocks. This very fine Shaker Coffin Clock is an example of his uncompromising attention to detail. The case is marked #3-09, dating the clock to 2009. The movement is by David Lindow, who is well known for his equally uncompromising movement work. A very fine timepiece.

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Superb E. Howard Regulator No. 67 Repro.(SOLD)

ID: 1862 - E. Howard Regulator No. 67 faithfully reproduced in the 1980's. The clock is absolutely magnificent in every way. Details to follow. Email me if you have questions.

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E. Howard No. 58 Regulator - 12" Dial(SOLD)

ID: 1876 - E. Howard No. 58 Regulator with 12" dial. Superb walnut case with original finish. Fine original surface dial and hands. Orignal finish on wood pendulum rod. The damascened pendulum bob is in spectacular original condition. The clock is an extremely accurate timekeeper. An excellent example in every way. Email me if you have questions.

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Foster Campos Willard Banjo Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 1938 - Foster Campos Willard Banjo Clock. The crossbanded mahogany case is marked #24-96 on the glue blocks, dating the clock to 1996. The fine quality reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The clock is in as new condition in every way. The 8 day weight driven movement has been serviced. The clock keeps excellent time.

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Burleigh Girandole No. 54(SOLD)

Item ID: 1921 - Ted & Fran Burleigh formed the Gilders Workshop in 1972 and in 1973 they had the opportunity to disassemble and measure and then make the plans to replicate an original L. Curtis Girandole. The Girandole case itself is considered by many to be the most elegant American clock design with the finely hand-carved eagle finial and acanthus leaf bracket set off by forty-nine burnished gold trim balls. There were a very limited number of these Girandoles produced by the Gilders Workshop. Short of spending hundreds of thousands for one of the few original Curtis Girandole’s extant this beautiful clock by Ted Burleigh is as close to an affordable original as it gets for the serious collector of fine timepieces. This clock is in exceptional condition in all respects. The clock is number 54. Ca. 1989. The Rowe's Wharf glasses are signed by Fran Burleigh and dated 1988. The original bill of sale and a Gilders Workshop business card signed by Ted Burleigh are included with the clock. The clock is in totally mint original condition. Enjoy! Email me if you have questions.


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