2 clocks, both need repairs. The small wall hanger is a Seth Thomas “DuBarry”, ca 1928. It is 19 inches tall and has an 8-day time movement. I believe the spring is broken or the click is out of whack. Ly-Seth Thomas #1212.
The large 20-pound brass clock was once a very valuable clock. It was made by Thomas Mercer, an English maker of chronometer clocks primarily. The movement was removed and a $.50 battery movement installed in that huge ball clock with the one inch beveled glass over the porcelain dial. On the bottom is a barometer. The glass is broken over the barometer. I did not check to see if it is operable. You would have to remove the broken glass first. $50-$100.
Ansonia Clock Co. glass clock with flower designs cut into the glass. It is almost 6 inches tall, complete and has no chips or other problems. The dial is signed twice, original 3 hands, backwind, running as I type. $50-$100.
Two French carriage clocks. Mini is only 4 inches tall, has five beveled glasses, 30-hour time and alarm, movement signed, “H&H/Made In France”. Not running continuously. Larger carriage is 6 inches tall, 8-day time and alarm, porcelain dial signed “France”, movement signed, “Duverdrey & Bloquel/Made in France”. It runs a bit and quits. Neither have been wound in a coons age, need service. $250-$500.
Waterbury Clock Co. crystal regulator, “Navarre”, ca 1906. Brass case is about 9 inches tall, complete and original. There are four beveled glasses, all are good, no chips. Two-piece porcelain dial is signed, has open escapement and replaced hands. The movement runs 8-days and strikes half hours on a gong. Has an imitation 2 jar mercury pendulum and key. Ly-Waterbury #435.
German Anniversary Clock, dial and movement signed “Germany” and the makers name. With dome in place it is almost 12 ½ inches high, very clean and all original. $25-$100.
Lux “Sunburst”, ca1931. Metal case is 4 inches wide, some paint loss on 4-5 petal tips, otherwise nice. Can read Sunburst on the dial. Ly-American Clocks, Vol.3, #706 $100-$250.
Keebler “Fort Dearborn”, ca 1933. First sold at Chicago Exposition. Made by Westclox for August C. Keebler Co. In place of pendulum there is now a campaign button for “Rutherford B. Hayes”. It is probably far more valuable than the clock. Ly-American Clocks, Vo.3, #801. $100-$250.
Lux “Fire Chief Petunia”, ca 1951. Complete and near perfect. Ly-American Clocks, Vol.3, #759. $100-$200.
Keebler “Bird Nest”, ca 1935. Made by Lux, sold by Keebler. 6 inches high. Near perfect condition. Ly-American Clocks, Vol.3, #714. $100-$200.
Lux “Dixie Boy”, ca 1937. 8 inches high, case is mint, highly colored, moving eyes and swinging necktie. Ly-American Clocks, Vol.3, #749. $100-$500.+