Mantel clock

The Ansonia Clock Company, Manufacturer

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The Ansonia Clock Company, Manufacturer
Wooden, mantel clock. This is a tall clock with an ornate wooden case. The clock is round with a cream dial and black Roman numerals. There are only 2 hands - the minute hand and the hour hand. There are 2 key holes on the dial - one at '4' and one at '8'. The front glass cover is surrounded by a decorative ring and is hinged on the left to open up. The back of the case has double-hinged door that opens up to reveal the mechanical movement inside. On the door is a label which names this clock as "Eight Day Sharon Strike". The movement has the maker's name inscribed on it and there is a pendulum hanging trough its centre. The clock is not in working order.
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Trade Mark A Printed
Manufactured by The Ansonia Clock Company, New York, United States of America Maker's Mark
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The Ansonia Clock Company. Mantel clock, 1978.49. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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