Dating ansonia mantle clock


Antique clocks, and antique clock identification, cover a wide spectrum of information ranging from the first collectible clock made in the sixteenth century, the lantern clock, to the clocks of the early twentieth century. Although the odds of finding an original lantern clock at a local tag sale or auction are practically nil, the possibility of finding a late nineteenth century Ansonia mantle clock or a Gustav Becker weight driven wall clock from the same era are real possibilities. Be careful, there is also the possibility that the clock you find may be a reproduction or a marriage.

The following is a list of our Antique & Collectible eBay auction results dating back to February 2005.  To search for a specific item, hit CTRL-F in your browser to bring up a search box.  Please use these prices as a rough estimate of what a similar item might be expected to sell for at one of our eBay auctions.  Since the condition of each item is not listed below, the price of your item could be higher or lower.

If you're commissioning a clock, please use these as a guide. It will give you an idea of what I can do, and also you can quote examples of what you have seen here, if you want me to add bits of other designs into yours.


Dating ansonia mantle clock

Dating ansonia mantle clock



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