Hicks Antique Clocks

Chester A. Hicks
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Clocks For Sale : Sold Shelf Clocks
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Swiss Subminiature Carriage Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1637 - Swiss Sub-miniature Carriage Clock with original case. The total height of the case is 3". The sterling silver clock is only 2 1/2" tall handle up. 8 day time only movement. Original key mounted in the case under the movement. The clock is in good running order. Email me if you have questions.
Dwerrihouse & Ogston Skeleton Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1642 - Dwerrihouse & Ogston Skeleton Clock. Fine single fusee movement with unusual vertical, balance wheel escapement and maintaining power. The balance pivots are jeweled. The silvered dial is 3 1/2" in diameter with a 1 3/4" seconds bit. The silvered nameplate is engraved Dwerrihouse & Ogston, 27 Davies St., Berkeley Square. The baseplate is also silvered. The clock sits on the original rosewood base. The glass dome is replaced. The overall height is 12". Britten's "Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers" lists Dwerrihouse and Ogston 27 Davies ST., Berkeley Square, London from 1835 to 1842. The clock is in good running order. Email me if you have questions.
French Grand Sonnerie Carriage Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1643 - French Grand Sonnerie Carriage Clock
Wayne Cline Lighthouse Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1424 - This auction is a Wayne Cline Williard Lighthouse Clock. The clock is Waynes reproduction of the famous Willard Lighthouse Clock. The clock is 33" tall and 9" in diameter. The case is solid mohogany with brass feet and cast brass plaques on the front. The glass dome is hand blown. The dial and 8 day weight driven movement are signed Wayne R. Cline Bowling Green, KY. The clock is in as new condition and is in good running order. Considering that the original Willard Lighthouse Clocks are now worth $150,000 and up this clock is a compelling alternative. Please view the photos carefully to fully appreciate this superb timepiece. Email me if you have questions.


Early Engilsh Battery Electric Clock - Frank Holden (Sold)
Item ID: 1559 - Early English Battery Electric Shelf Clock by Frank Holden.
Foster Campos Willard Shelf Clock - #3 -85 (Sold)
Item ID: 1482 - This is a ca. 1985 Foster Campos Aaron Willard Shelf Clock. 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. This clock is a replica of Aaron Willard's 1815 Shelf Clock. The mahogany case is 37" tall, 12 1/2" wide and 6" deep. The clock sits on 4 solid brass ball feet. The reverse painted nautical glasses with gold leaf are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The upper glass is marked Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. The painted dial is dished and has hand crafted hands. The case is marked #3 - 85. The clock is in as new condition. The 8 day weight driven movement with passing strike on the hour is in fine running condition. Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.
Foster Campos David Wood Shelf Clock (Sold)
This is a ca. 1981 Foster Campos David Wood Shelf Clock. The 35” tall, solid mahogany case is a fine replica of the ca. 1810 original. The case is adorned with delicate satinwood inlays, a marquetry eagle and shield in the center of the crotched mahogany veneered lower door. The case also has reeded quarter columns with brass capitols, carved fretwork top and 3 brass finials. The case is marked 29 81. The quality, 8 day, weight driven movement has passing strike on the hour. The clock is a perfect, completely original, example of Foster’s work and is in as new condition. The clock is also in fine running condition. Foster Campos has retired from clockmaking so there will be no more clocks produced bearing his name. Email me if you have questions.
Foster Campos Willard Shelf Clock (Sold)
Price: $4,000.00
Item ID: 1352 - This is a ca. 1980 Foster Campos Aaron Willard Shelf Clock. 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. This clock is a replica of Aaron Willard's 1815 Shelf Clock. The mahogany case is 35 1/2" tall, 13" wide and 6" deep. The clock sits on 4 solid brass ball feet. The reverse painted glasses with gold leaf are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The upper glass is marked Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. The painted dial is dished and has hand crafted hands. The case is marked 11 - 80. The clock is in as new condition. The 8 day weight driven movement with passing strike on the hour is in fine running condition. Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.

Foster Campos Federal Mirror Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1329 - This is a ca. 1981, custom made, one of a kind, Foster Campos Federal Mirror Clock. A longtime friend of Foster Campos purchased the gilt Federal mirror and commissioned Foster to make it into a clock. The case is solid mahogany, built and finished to the usual superb Campos standard. The dished dial is painted and properly signed. The upper glass is reverse painted. The mirror is original. The quality weight driven movement is by Kilbourn & Proctor. The weight is original. The clock is in fine running condition. Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.
JC Jennens & Son 10 Bell Bracket Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1560 - J. C. Jennens & Son 10 Bell Triple Fusee Bracket Clock. Fine Rosewood case. Superb in every detail!
David Wood Newburyport Mass Shelf Clock Commissioned by Mike Basch (Sold)
Item ID: 1328 - This is a ca. 1970 Michael Basch commissioned reproduction David Wood, Newburyport Massachusetts Shelf Clock. The 34" tall mahogany and mahogany veneer case is of the finest construction. From the dovetail joints on the bottom of the case to the huge dovetails which mount the movement rails to the case to the finely detailed inlays and crossbanding on the doors to the carved fretwork on the top of the case, the clock is truly a work of art. The thick and heavy steel dial is expertly painted and in mint condition. The steel hands are finely cut and blued. The quality of the 8 day time only movement is equal to the quality of the case. The finish is and patina are absolutely superb. The clock is in excellent running condition and ready to simply be enjoyed. In researching the clock I talked with Mike Basch's son who said that his dad commissioned 11 of these David Wood Shelf clocks and 11 Cummins banjo clocks. He does not know who was commissioned to build the clocks but he noted that his dad worked closely with Elmer Stennes on other projects. An original David Wood Shelf Clock recently sold on Ebay for $26,100. This reproduction is certainly a fine alternative at a fraction of the price. Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.


Foster Campos Tiger Maple Aaron Willard Shelf (Sold)
Item ID: 1135 - This is a ca. 2004 Foster Campos Tiger Maple Aaron Willard Shelf Clock. 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. This clock is a replica of Aaron Willard's 1815 Shelf Clock. The tiger maple case is 36 1/2" tall, 12 1/2" wide and 6' deep. The depth of the grain of the tiger maple makes it appear almost 3 dimensional. The clock sits on 4 solid brass ball feet. The reverse painted glasses with gold and bronze leaf are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The upper glass is marked Foster S. Campos, Pembroke, Mass. The lower glass is marked "Escape of the Constitution". The painted dial is dished and has hand crafted hands. The 8 day weight driven movement has passing strike on the hour only. The clock strikes once at each hour. Foster rarely produces clocks in tiger maple so these clocks are highly prized by collectors and decorators alike.
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