Hicks Antique Clocks

Chester A. Hicks
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Clocks For Sale : Sold Wall Clocks
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Welch, Spring & Co. Regulator No. 7 - Patti Regulator (Sold)
Item ID: 1657 - Welch, Spring & Co. Regulator No. 7 - Patti Regulator
E. Howard No. 26 Watchman's Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1406 - This is a fine example of the ca. 1870 E. Howard & Co. No. 26 Watch Clock. 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 58" tall and 16" wide, black walnut case was refinished long ago and is simply beautiful. The door has the original lock and key. The signed, painted iron dial is 9" in diameter. The glass and reverse gold leaf and black paint are original with very minor loss the black background. The signed, eight day, weight driven movement is a fine timekeeper. The decorated pendulum bob is mint. The clock has the original pin dial recording mechanism, original pins and all actuating hardware including the two pulls hanging on the side of the clock. Truly a very fine all original example. Please view the photos for additional information. Email me if you have questions.
E. Howard Regulator No. 89 (Sold)
ID: 1325 -
Elmer Stennes Girandole - MCIP (Sold)
Item ID: 1229 - This is a ca. 1970 Elmer Stennes, Weymouth, Mass, MCIP Girandole Clock. Stennes produced superb quality reproductions of early American shelf, wall and floor clocks from about 1950 to 1975. His clocks are prized by collectors. The gilt girandole is a copy of the famous Lemuel Curtis Girandole of 1815. This girandole is especially rare and desireable since it is marked MCIP(for "Massachusetts Correctional Institute Plymouth" where he was incarcerated from 1970 to 1972) and has a movement attributed to E. Howard. The case is marked MCIP, 27 and 70. The classic reverse-painted "Patent" throat glass and convex "Aurora" tablet glass are in mint condition and signed with the initials of the artist - Mary Ann Picasio. The mahogany and gilt case has finely carved details and gilt cast eagle finial. There is minor loss to the gilding on several balls on the lower door and on the carved base. The dial is properly signed and has the "bee" logo. The 8 day weight driven E. Howard movement is in good running order. The clock is a totally original example, in fine condition and guaranteed to be a genuine Stennes. Email me if you have questions.
Fairhaven Clock Company Presentation Wall Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1230 - This ia an exceedingly rare Fairhaven Clock Company, Fairhaven, VT slate dial presentation wall clock. Fairhaven Clock Company was only in business from 1894 to 1898. The company was formed when the Eastman Clock Company failed and Joseph Eastman joined with Busby Bell and Tool Company of Fairhaven, Vermont to form the Fairhaven Clock Company. In 1898 Fairhaven became the Vermont Clock Company. This clock is in superb original condition. The painted slate front is 21" wide and 39 1/2" long. The applied numerals and minute markers are very thick bronze. The front of the clock is marked "The Fairhaven Clock Company, Fairhaven, Vermont" and "Presented by The Guild Of Ladies, Sept. 10 1894. The clock was given to a church in Fairhaven, VT. The wood sides and back of the case have the original paint. The 8 day weight driven movement is marked Fairhaven Mfg. Company and has the serial number 379. The pendulum and weight are original. The clock is in fine running condition and keeps excellent time.
Foster Campos Girandole Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1223 - Foster Campos Girandole Clock - ca. 2005. 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 creates some of the finest replicas of classic early American timepieces that are made today. This clock is Foster's replica of the ca. 1820 Lemuel Curtis Girandole Clock. The 44" tall case is crafted of solid mahogany. The bezel and sidearms are solid highly polished brass. The finial and bracket are beautifully carved. The finial, throat, lower bezel and bracket are finished in 23K gold leaf. The reverse painted Aurora theme glasses are signed by the artist - by Tom Moberg. The case is numbered 04 - 05. The fine quality 8 day weight driven movement keeps accurate time. This is a very fine, authentic replica of the girandole clock. The clock is ready to enjoy and become a fine family heirloom.
Foster Campos Lyre Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1393 - 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 creates 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. 1997 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 #2 -97. The beautiful reverse painted glass is signed by the artist - Tom Moberg. The glass also has the Campos pine tree logo. 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.
Foster Campos Shaker Coffin Clock (Sold)
Item ID 1287 - This is a Foster Campos Shaker style 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 #3 and 03. 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 perfect condition. Foster Campos clocks have always been in demand with a waiting list for many of his timepieces. Now that Foster has retired, his clocks are certain to increase in value since there will be no more clocks made bearing his name. Email me if you have questions.
Foster Campos Willard Banjo Clock (Sold)
Item ID 1335 - Foster Campos created some of the finest reproductions of early Amercan clocks made today. This auction is a replica of Simon Willard's ca. 1802 Patent Timepiece. The 33" tall solid mahogany case has exquisitely executed crossbanded veneer and string inlays, highly polished cast brass bezel, sidearms and eagle finial. The glasses are beautifully reverse painted and gold leafed, and signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The high quality, signed, 8 day, weight driven movement is nicely finished and a fine timekeeper. This timepiece will be a fine family heirloom for generations to come. The clock is marked 14 - 79 The 14th clock made in 1979. The clock is in as new condition. Please email me if you have questions.
French Bronze Cartel Clock (Sold)
Item ID 1068 - This is an exquisite, ca. 1860, French Bronze Cartel Clock. The magnificent cast bronze case is 36" tall and 17" wide. The clock weighs 40 pounds. The detail of the case from the serene female face at the bottom to the flowing folds of the drapery and f0liage to the finely decorated urn on top, is the finest quality. The convex porcelain dial is 9" in diameter and covered by convex beveled glass. The gilt hands are finely pierced and engraved. The clock is in superb condition. The 8 day movement, which strikes on a large bell, is marked Vincenti & Ci, Medaille D'Argent - 1855 with the serial number 9208 81. The movement may not be original to the case but fits perfectly. The movement has been cleaned and oiled and is in fine running condition. Email me if you have questions.
Ithaca No. 2 Bank Calendar Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1300 - This is a ca. 1883 Ithaca Calendar Clocks Company, "No. 2 Bank", 8 day weight driven, perpetual calendar wall clock. The clock was restored by Joel Warren in 1995 and is so marked by him. Joel has a national reputation for exquisite restoration and fabrication of Ithaca Calendar Clocks. A link to his website follows. http://ithacacalendarclocks.com/ The removable bottom of the case was made by Joel and is exactly as original and perfectly finished. The 5' tall walnut case is in fine condition has the original finish. The 12" time and calendar dials are original. The hands are original. Both movements and the pendulum and weights are also original. The clock is in fine running condition. The calendar mechanism is working properly. Please view the photos for additional information about the clock and email me if you have questions.
Riggs Bros. Banjo Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1109
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