Waterbury Chime Mantle Clock
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A stunning Waterbury chime clock featuring 8-day movement and hammers stike on 5 chime rods that sound Westminster chimes at 15,30,45 and gongs on the hour. I call this one The Valentine because of its patent date of Feb 15, 1922. This clock has had its engine turned casing/movement PROFESSIONALLY cleaned and oiled in the fall of 2010 and had the chime rods/hammers/leathers adjusted in March 2012.
Clock is in it's original walnut cabinet that has been refinished by us. Original beveled glass is unblemished, silvered dial has a couple of minor flea bites that are barely noticeable. Subdials on the face regulate fast/slow and chime silence. Clock runs near silently but the chimes are quite melodious and you will hear them from any room in the house.
Original Hands, Key and pendulum bob. American walnut case is excellent and has always been damage free - no musty smells inside cabinet - probably the largest Westminster movement that Waterbury made, and in the largest case, too. 5 1/4" dial and attached minute circle This clock cost more than $100 when new, probably a few weeks pay for the average worker back in 1922.
This clock is 90 years old and running flawlessly. Each of our clocks come with simple to follow UNPACKING and detailed set up instruction. We are ALWAYS around after the sale to help with fast/slow adjustments if needed. You wont be disappointed with our customer service. Our clocks are packed with extreme care.
Sales to the lower 48 only, we accept personal checks gladly as well as PAYPAL - your item will be packed carefully and shipped immediately upon cleared payment. Plenty of more pix and questions promptly answered.
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- Greenwood, South Carolina
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- Width: 11.5 inches
- Height: 13.75 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 40 pounds
- Excellent Restored
- Arch Cathedral Beehive in Old English Style
- Walnut veneer case