Great mission period desk alarm clock with untouched case and original movement. The movement is marked Parker for Charles Parker Co. from Meriden, CT. known for the development and manufacture of the Springfield rifles in the 19th Century as well as quality lighting though a good part of the 20th century. The clock has a mission ebonized oak frame and the clock face is patinated copper. The piece measures 11.5" tall and 5.5" wide with a 3" dial and keeps perfect time with no damage.
Sessions 1910 bee hive mantel clock in excellent original condition. The clock measures 13.5" wide, 9" wide and 4.5" deep. There is an original label on the inside of the door and the clock runs very well keeping excellent time and strikes on the hour with a cathedral bell and half hour with a cup bell.
Fine E. Ingraham Essex mantel clock dated 1898 and measuring 10.5" tall, 8.5" wide and 4.5" deep. The clock is in excellent running condition and has it's original label inside the back door.
Original finish on the case, all original works, and an excellent original face. The clock strikes with a wonderful tone on the hour and half-hour and is very accurate as the enduring quality of Seth Thomas dictates. Measures 13 1/2" high by 10 1/4" wide at the base.