Hicks Antique Clocks

Chester A. Hicks
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Clocks For Sale : Sold Marine Clocks
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Chelsea "Admiral" Ships Bell Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1427 - Chelsea "Admiral" Ships Bell Clock - 8 1/2" special dial
Chelsea US Lighthouse Service Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1624 - Chelsea Clock Co. US Lighthouse Service Clock. Serial number 106267 on movement and case.
Chelsea 8 1/2" Base & Ball Feet - Superb Original Finish (Sold)

Item ID: 1709 - Chelsea 8 1/2" Base & Ball for Tiffany & Co. , New York. The Copper Bronze case is in the finest orignal condition one could hope to find. The Tiffany signed dial has been resilvered and the engravings rewaxed. Serial number 59289 on movement and case date the clock to 1909. The ships bell movement has been serviced and is in good running order. I cannot imagine a finer example. Email me if you have questions.


Chelsea "Pilot House" Clock - 8 1/2" Dial (Sold)
Item ID: 1333 - Ca. 1916 Chelsea Clock Company "Pilot House" Clock. The brass case is 10 1/8" in diameter at the bezel and 10 5/8" at the back flange. The case is 2 7/8" deep. The silvered, engraved and filled dial is 8 1/2" in diameter and signed George E. Butler, San Francisco below the hand arbor and Chelsea above the second hand arbor. The movement is numbered 16893. The case is numbered 16893 with the number 8 restamped above the number 8. The clock is in fine original condition. The solid mahogany base is not by Chelsea but is finely made and fits the clock perfectly. The clock is in good running order. Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 3 3/4" Ships Bell Clock and Barometer (Sold)
Item ID: 1099 - This is a ca. 1968, Chelsea Clock Company, Chelsea, Mass., Ships Bell Clock and Barometer. The 3 3/4" dials are silvered. The solid brass cases are 4 7/8" in diameter. The clock is marked #731972 and the movement bears the same number. The matching Chelsea holosteric barometer is marked 1-68. The 8 day time and ships bell strike movement is in good running order and strikes with fine Chelsea tone. The strike can be silenced by a lever on the dial. The barometer is working properly. It is uncommon to find a Chelsea clock and barometer in this size and fine condition. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 3 3/4" Ships Bell Clock and Barometer on Mahogany Bases (Sold)
Item ID: 1041 - Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Mass., Ship's Bell and Barometer on mahogany bases. The silvered dials are 3 3/4" in diameter. Including the mahogany bases they are 8" wide and 6 1/2" tall. The screw on bezels are 4 7/8" in diameter. The clock case and movment are marked #790625 which dates them to about 1975. . The 11-jewel lever escapement, 8 day movement is in good running order. The ships bell strike has lovely delicate tone. The barometer is working properly. Email me if youhave questions.
Chelsea 4.5" Ships Bell Clock on Mahogany Base (Sold)
Item ID: 1042 - This is a beautiful, ca 1986, Chelsea Ship’s Bell Clock with a 4˝” silvered dial. The brass case, silvered dial, hands and mahogany base are all in excellent condition. The case and movement are marked 861991. The presentation plaque reads “Charles Procknow, September 24, 1986. The clock is 9 1/2" wide and 7 3/8" tall. The clock is in fine condition in every way, keeps excellent time and strikes ship’s bell with the lovely tone. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 6" Dial Ships Bell Clock and Barometer - Port of Boston (Sold)
Item ID: 702049 - This is a ca. 1929, Chelsea Ships Bell Clock and Barometer. The 6" silvered clock dial is marked "Port of Boston." The brass cases have been polished and lacquered. The clock case was marked 179145 which was changed to 195145. The barometer case is marked 631. The clock is in fine condition keeping good time and striking ships bells properly. The holosteric barometer and thermometer are also working coorrectly. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 6" Ships Bell Clock & Barometer (Sold)
Item ID: 1064 - This is a ca. 1951, Chelsea Ships Bell Clock and Barometer both on original mahogany bases. The dials are 6" in diameter and perfect. The clock keeps excellent time and strikes ships bells with fine Chelsea tone. The holosteric barometer and thermometer are both working accurately. The brass cases are in great condition with very minor nicks. The mahogany bases are in good condition with very minor nicks and scrapes on the bases. The original sales receipt dated May 24,1951 is included. This is an excellent 6" Chelsea Ships Bell and Barometer set. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 8 1/2" M & M - Copper Bronze Special Grand Dial (Sold)
Item ID: 1552 - Ca. 1909, Chelsea 8.5" Mahogany & Metal (aka Commander) with superb, Tiffany signed, Copper Bronze Special Grand Dial and brushed silver numerals and hands. An extraordinarily rare clock in the finest condition. Tiffany signature is considered the most desirable of all retailers appearing on Chelsea clocks. An absolutely awe inspiring clock. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 8 1/2" Pilot House Clock (Sold)
Item ID: 1356
Chelsea Commander - 6" Dial (Sold)
Item ID: 1128 - This is a ca. 1907 Chelsea "Commander" Ships Bell Clock. The brass case with hinged bezel has a 6" "Special" silvered dial with raised bronze numerals and serpentine hands. The clock is 9 3/4" tall and 10 1/2" wide including the mahogany base. The movement & case have serial number 23759. The base has minor dings and nicks. The clock is in very fine condition, keeps good time and has the fine resonant Chelsea ships bell strike. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea Marine Clock - 4 1/2" Dial (Sold)
Item ID: 1147 - This is a circa 1911, Chelsea 4˝” dial marine clock. The highly polished brass case and movement are both marked 69728. The silvered dial with Arabic numerals is in very fine condition as are the hands. The hinged bezel opens on a heavy Chelsea shield shaped hinge. This fine little early marine clock is in great running condition. Email me if you have questions.
Chelsea 8 1/2" Mahogany & Metal - Time Only (Sold)

ID: 1623 - Chelsea 8 1/2" time only Mahogany and Metal, aka Commander, is a fine example in the best restored condition. The case, movement and bottom of the mahogany base are all stamped with serial number 69152 dating the clock to 1911. The dial has been resilvered. The hands and regulator are all original. The case has been polished and lacquered. The movement has been overhauled and keeps excellent time. The base has the original finish that has been cleaned and waxed. The only minor defect is a small scratch on the glass near 9 o'clock. 8 1/2" Commanders are most commonly seen with ships bell movements. The time only examples are quite rare. Note that the depth of the case and base shallower than the examples with striking movements.



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