Hicks Antique Clocks

Chester A. Hicks
860-242-7560 (9AM to 9PM EST)
Clocks For Sale : Sold Wall Clocks
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E. Howard No. 6 Regulator (Sold)
Item ID: 1645 - E. Howard Regulator No. 6
Post-Dachluhr 6 Glass Vienna Regulator - 90 Day Duration (Sold)

ID: 1736 - Unsigned Post-Dachluhr 6 Glass Vienna Regulator of 90 Day Duration.



Burleigh Grafton Wall Clock(SOLD)

Item ID: 1790 - Ted Burleigh Grafton Wall Clock. Serial number 2 - ca. 1980. This is the finest example of Ted Burleigh's reproduction of the Aaron Willard Grafton Wall Clock that I have seen. Details soon.







Early Ebonised Laterndulhr - Joseph Schrafl, Kilb (Sold)

Item ID: 1737 - Early Ebonised Laterndulhr - Joseph Schrafl, Kilb. Grand Sonnerie strike. 8 day duration. Unusual front hanging pendulum.



Chelsea Ball Watch Co. Regulator(Sold)

Item ID: 1748 - Chelsea Ball Watch Co. Regulator. This is a rare Chelsea Clock Company pendulum regulator made for Ball Watch Company, Cleveland. Only about 150 of these clocks were made. The clock is in fine condition with original 14" dial, movement, glass, pendulum and hands. The oak case is 44" tall. The quality movement is signed and numbered 163466 dating the clock to December 1924. An excellent timekeeper. Email me if you have questions.


E. F. Caldwell Cartel Clock - Chelsea Movement(SOLD)

Item ID: 1765 - Chelsea Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock for E. F. Caldwell, New York. 4 1/4" porcelain dial. Superb E. F. Caldwell gilt bronze case. 20" tall. Chelsea time only movement with serial number 174104 dating the clock to 1926. Email me if you have questions.



Burleigh Girandole Clock No. 33 (Sold)

Item ID: 1715 - 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. All aspects of building the exact copy of the Curtis clock were performed by the Burleigh husband & wife team in their own shop to ensure replication accuracy and quality control. There were a very limited number of these Girandoles produced by the Gilders Workshop and we are fortunate enough to have two of these beautiful clocks (one is in our personal collection) which received an award in an NAWCC clock makers competition. 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 33. Ca. 1979. The Perry's Victory glasses are signed by Fran Burleigh and dated 1980. The photos tell the whole story. Enjoy! Email me if you have questions.



Chelsea Regulator No. 3 (Sold)

Item ID - 1692 - 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.



E. Howard Bicentennial Banjo Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1268 - This is a ca. 1976, E. Howard Bicentennial Banjo Clock. This clock was a limited edition produced to commemorate the US Bicentennial in 1976. Quoting the original Howard sales literature the 41" tall clock is described as follows. "The brown Honduras mahogany case has a rounded pendulum box with special bottom bracket, finial and side brackets. The specially designed glasses carry the names of the original thirteen states in gold on a transparent alternation ribbon that permits the gold plated invar pendulum rod to be seen". The background of the glasses is the traditional black border with "Howard red" center. The fine quality 8 day weight driven signed movement is in fine running condition. The clock is marked E. Howard & Co, Boston 95B, serial number 17, 10 76. The clock is in perfect, as new, condition. Email me if you have questions.
E. Howard Carved Walnut Watchman's Clock - Superb! (Sold)
Item ID: 1407 - This unusual E. Howard Watch Clock - Ca. 1870 is an all original example in superb condition in every way. Watch clocks were used, quoting the Howard catalogs, for the "detection of delinquent Watchman on night duty in factories, railroad stations and public buildings." The clock is completely original in every detail including the pin dial which is visible through lower glass in the door. The 8" pin dial is also much larger than normally seen and has the time track engraved in the brass instead of having a paper dial. The black walnut case is similar to the No. 37 Watch Clock but is larger and more ornately decorated with fine carving at the top and bottom. The case is 63" tall & 17" wide. The painted iron dial is 12" in diameter. The weight driven movement is signed E. Howard & Co. The movement has been serviced. The clock keeps excellent time and functions correctly. Please view the photos for additional information. Email me if you have questions.
E. Howard Marble Dial Gallery Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1392 - This is a ca. 1900 E. Howard Marble Dial Gallery Clock. The 17" marble dial has raised bronze numerals and minute markers, and fancy finely cut hands. The case is 5" deep. The 8 day spring driven movement with nickel plated plates is signed E. Howard, Boston. The clock is totally original and in absolutely mint condition. Please view the photos for additional information. Email me if you have questions.
Ansonia "General" Wall Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1429 - This is a ca. 1910 Ansonia General Wall Clock. The deceptively large mahogany case is 68" tall and 28 1/2" wide. The dial is 18" in diameter. The clock is in extremely fine condition throughout. The case has been expertly refinished. The paper dial is original with minor age appropriate wear. The hands are original. The pendulum and beat scale are also original. The 8 day, double weight, time only movement is original as are the brass weights. The clock is in good running order. An large, impressive timepiece. Email me if you have questions
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