Nineteenth Century Ansonia Clock Company Weight Driven Regulator Clock Made For New York City Board Of Education
Oak cased late nineteenth century single weight regulator clock made for the New York City Board Of Education with a circa 1940 aluminum replacement dial. These dials were known replacements for flaked painted dials on Seth Thomas #2's, Chelsea and Howard #70 styled clocks used in the school system. The case, mechanics, glass, etc. dates circa 1885-1890. All mechanics, glass, etc. original to case with the aluminum dial as pictured. Any afficianado of American regulator clocks has seen these replacement aluminum dials on clocks either sold or leased to the Board Of Ed.
38" ht. by 16" width by 6" depth at deepest point
Case, mechanics circa 1885-1890, replacement dial circa 1940
Clock is in working order