french floor regulator, c1807, equation of time, dial by coteau

E. J. Dent Regulator, 24 hr. dial, c1843

adolph lange precision regulator w/ groƟmann pendulum c1849-1854

Strasser & Rohde Precision Regulator (reproduction)

c.1895 French Gilt and Silvered Bronze Carriage Clock with Complications

PINWHEEL REGULATOR, HUYGENS WINDING, ELLICOTT TYPE PENDULUM

New Hampshire Mirror Clock, Abiel Chandler, c1830

Willard Shop c1815

Le Roy et Fils Four Glass Mantle Clock w/ Coup-Perdu Escapement, c1860

Strasser & Rohde Precision Regulator, c1918

Isaac Wood Tall Case, c1780

Tall Case clock by Isaac Wood of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, c1780.

Precision Regulator, German Technical School, c1940

James Cary Banjo Clock, early 1830s

sawin gallery clock

30" dial, be jealous

Smith & Sons, Clerkenwell Nautical Striking Bulkhead Clock w/ 'Dog Watches'

George Smith, Leamington c1866

Empire Period Banjo Clock, A-Frame Movement, c1830s

Biedermeier Runddachluhr, Josef Elsner, c1835

Welch Spring & Company Regulator No. 2

Welch Spring & Co. Regulator 2, circa 1878. WS&C were known for building quality clocks that cost too much to produce profitably. Gorgeous rosewood veneer around the bezel, hand-painted faux graining on the case, gold-leafed pendulum, two weights, time-only, an 18" dial and extremely accurate.



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