Rare Tiffany Makers Ship Strike Clock with Perpetual Calendar, Made for the Yacht Halcyon in 1907
Rare Tiffany Makers Ship Strike Clock with Perpetual Calendar, Made for the Yacht Halcyon in 1907
Tiffany Striking Clock with Clock and Calendar Matching Brass Bezels on the Original Carved Base with Nautical Themes, Circa 1910
Tiffany Striking Clock with Clock and Calendar Matching Brass Bezels on the Original Carved Base with Nautical Themes, Circa 1910
Chelsea Clock co., Chelsea 12 Inch Special Grand Dial Base and Ball Ships Bell Clock #34710 Jan. 17, 1908
Chelsea Clock co., Chelsea 12 Inch Special Grand Dial Base and Ball Ships Bell Clock #34710 Jan. 17, 1908
Rare 10 Inch Chelsea Yacht Wheel Clock #181738 circa 1926
Rare 10 Inch Chelsea Yacht Wheel Clock #181738 circa 1926
Rare 8 1/2 Inch Chelsea Yacht Wheel Clock from the Yacht "SUMAR"
Rare 8 1/2 Inch Chelsea Yacht Wheel Clock from the Yacht "SUMAR"
Chelsea Clock co., 12 Inch Chelsea Pilot Clock Signed Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, USA with Eight-day time-only movement #1564573 circa 1924.
Chelsea Clock co., 12 Inch Chelsea Pilot Clock Signed Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, USA with Eight-day time-only movement #1564573 circa 1924.
Chelsea 12 Inch US Maritime Commission Red Brass Time and Strike Ship's Bell Clock
Chelsea 12 Inch US Maritime Commission Red Brass Time and Strike Ship's Bell Clock
Twelve Inch Chelsea Ward Room Clock #8970
Twelve Inch Chelsea Ward Room Clock #8970
Chelsea 10” Ships Bell Clock. Serial number 23999 on the case and the movement dates the clock to 1907. The the Clock has a Red Brass Case with Hinged Bezel and Roman Numeral Dial.
Chelsea 10” Ships Bell Clock. Serial number 23999 on the case and the movement dates the clock to 1907. The the Clock has a Red Brass Case with Hinged Bezel and Roman Numeral Dial.
Important 12" Ships Clock with Exposed Escapement, signed Harvard Clock Co., Boston
Important 12" Ships Clock with Exposed Escapement, signed Harvard Clock Co., Boston
Chelsea 8 1/2 Inch Desk Clock with House Strike #140357
Chelsea 8 1/2 Inch Desk Clock with House Strike #140357
Chelsea Six Inch Dial Clock and Barometer Set
Chelsea Six Inch Dial Clock and Barometer Set
Chelsea 8 1/2 inch Pilot Clock and Barometer Set
Chelsea 8 1/2 inch Pilot Clock and Barometer Set
Chelsea 3 Inch "Columbus" Clock and Barometer owned by Paul Mellon
Chelsea 3 Inch "Columbus" Clock and Barometer owned by Paul Mellon
Boxed silver Presentation Yacht Timer stop watch signed "TIFFANY 7 CO., THE PAGET Reg No. 4330" Made by "WEILL & Co." and dated 1927
Boxed silver Presentation Yacht Timer stop watch signed "TIFFANY 7 CO., THE PAGET Reg No. 4330" Made by "WEILL & Co." and dated 1927
Thirty-Day Astro-Regulator Floor Standing, Award Winning Clock signed Francis Summer, South Carolina, Circa 1873
Thirty-Day Astro-Regulator Floor Standing, Award Winning Clock signed Francis Summer, South Carolina, Circa 1873
Simon Willard Tall Clock with Rocking Ship and Willard Signed Bill of Sale
Simon Willard Tall Clock with Rocking Ship and Willard Signed Bill of Sale
Aaron Willard Alarm Banjo Clock With Alarm Mechanism and Original Glasses
Aaron Willard Alarm Banjo Clock With Alarm Mechanism and Original Glasses
Dent Asto-Regulator 8 Day Wall Clock #892 Circa 1860
Dent Asto-Regulator 8 Day Wall Clock #892 Circa 1860
Ebony Boxed William Weichert 56 Hour Ship's Chronometer
Ebony Boxed William Weichert 56 Hour Ship's Chronometer
Details  Images  Documents  Notes  Condition  Activity  Financials  Provenance  References  Unknown, 18th Century Brass Universal Ring Dial, Late 18th century
Details Images Documents Notes Condition Activity Financials Provenance References Unknown, 18th Century Brass Universal Ring Dial, Late 18th century
Cane with carved Ivory grip featuring a highly detailed carving of a Eagle clutching an open mouth serpent with spit tongue in his talons. The cane has a silver spacer with hallmarks. American or English circa 1890
Cane with carved Ivory grip featuring a highly detailed carving of a Eagle clutching an open mouth serpent with spit tongue in his talons. The cane has a silver spacer with hallmarks. American or English circa 1890