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Comes with key and Govt Dept Sore purchase receipt, diameter 28 cm Ansonia mantle clock, with a white dial, set with Roman numerals, with glass front, with etched acanthus scrolls, surrounded by a carved case, with key and pendulum, height 57 cm Show 22 more like this Ansonia mantle clock of arched form, white dial with Roman numerals set within a wooden case with stepped base, glass front decorated with gilt figures and flowers, key and pendulum Show 2 more like this Ansonia figural mantle clock with circular white dial, set with Arabic numerals, with exposed wheel, in gilt mount decorated with seated figure of Greek warrior, on ebonised base on four paw feet, length 44 cm Show 10 more like this Ansonia black slate mantle clock of architectural form, having gilt engraved detail, with Arabic numerals & atin face dial.
Flanked by two bald eagle form handles, all standing on two clawed feet, with a pendulum, height 25.5 cm Show 7 more like this An American Ansonia four glass brass mantle clock, early 20th century, the carriage style eight day clock having a Roman numeral chapter ring dial, subsidiary dial and visible escapement, with a mercury regulator pendulum; with key, height 25 cm, width 16 Show 3 more like this Ansonia figural clock modelled with a figure of a Musketeer, standing on a black timber base mounted upon cast metal feet. Length 54 cm Show 14 more like this An American regulator wall clock, circa 1900, Ansonia clock Company, New York, 'Regulator A' model, the large circular dial clock with Roman numerals and blue steel hands set within an octagonal frame above a shield style glazed section, with applied lett Show 11 more like this Ansonia late 19th century spelter 'Denis Papin' clock inset porcelain dial with black Arabic hour numbers, with an eight day movement.
They also built some smaller, space saving solid cherry traditional cabinets with Chiming Westminster and Bim-Bam German Quartz movement with 1/4 hour chimes and / or hourly strike.
Programmable Night time chime shutoff or reduction and chime Volume control.
They also sold clocks and pocket watches that had been manufactured by other companies, including: By the 1900s the company had added wrist watches to their inventory and continued to produce these until 1960 when the company went out of business.
Because of the link with the Jerome Company, New Haven Clocks may be found with the trademark "Jerome & Co." Since Jerome was much better known worldwide than New Haven, the company used this trademark until 1904.
Ansonia Clocks Has Ceased Production Ansonia Clocks were one of the major 19th century American clock manufacturers.
In the new factory in Washington, Handmade Ansonia quality clocks were solid wood cases of Cherry with an arched tops of heavy cherry moldings.
Ansonia went into receivership in 1929 and sold its remaining assets to Russia.