HORTON'S ANTIQUE CLOCKS                             JULY 2019


46.           $1000

Ansonia Clock Co. crystal regulator, “Jupiter”, ca 1914. This popular model is a sister to the “Utopia” model that has four cut glass columns where the Jupiter only has two cut glass columns. Both models have convex beveled glass doors. The 17” high brass case is and polished and the gold ornaments attached to the brass box case are in excellent condition. All of the applied ornaments on the base and top are all present and the cut glass columns are perfect. It has a good original two vial imitation mercury pendulum, and a signed Ansonia winding key. The signed porcelain two-piece dial, hands, and open escapement mechanism are all perfect and original. 8-day movement is signed, running, and striking a hanging Cathedral gong on the half hours and hours. In years past we have sold this model for over $5000 when the clock was in perfect condition. Ly-Ansonia #329. $1250-$1500.