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Waterbury company clocks are characterized by antique collectors as producing quality goods at competitive prices. Learn about Waterbury clocks from a dealer in this free video on collecting antique timepieces.
Antique Metal Mantle clocks; features, what to look for and more in this free video from an antiques expert. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
This is a video showing a Waltham pocket watch in a brass case [the case is not Waltham, only the movement. The watch model is from 1899, the watch itself from around 1907. The Case is from a Philadelphia watch case maker company]. The movement is nicely decorated. The inside of the back cover is also shown (with a date indicating when repairs were made, 12-4-46, in 1946). The top cover with the glass and the back cover unscrew (no flip cover at all). It also has a small hand for the second. The movement is marked AWWCo - American Waltham Watch Company, from Massachusetts, which produced high quality watches between 1850 and 1957. The name AWWCo was AWWCo from 1885 to 1907, when it changed to just WWCo. From 1907 to 1925 it was WWCo, later on became WWC. More antiques on my channel, inclu...
Fontaine's Auction Gallery - Antique and Collectors Clock and Watch auction - Nov 22-23 2 Session Clock Auction Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 10 A.M. Session 1: Discovery Clock Auction - Saturday 10 A.M. (Over 100 uncatalogued items to be sold!) Session 2: Catalogued Clock Auction - Saturday 11 A.M. (Over 375 catalogued items to be sold!) Previews: Friday 10 A.M – 5 P.M. & Saturday 8 A.M. – 11 A.M. This auction will feature over 450 antique & collector clocks from several collections & private estates, including examples by E. Howard & Co., Seth Thomas, Ansonia, Ithaca, Elmer O. Stennes, Foster Campos, Chelsea, Atkins, Walter Durfee, J.J. Elliot, Waltham, Wm. Gilbert, F. Kroeber, New Haven, Waterbury, E. Terry, E. N. Welch, E. Ingraham, Tiffany & Co., S https://currentauctions.fontaine...
Antique Gingerbread clocks; features, what to look for and more in this free video from an antiques expert. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
http://www.gannonsantiques.com/antique-mantel-clocks.html Antique Ansonia Ogee Clock 1863 Mantel Shelf 30 Hour This is a great antique Ansonia clock we have in our antiques mall. It's an ogee clock from around 1863 with a 30 hour strike. We had a professional clean and oil the clock it runs well and has a great look. This clock stands about 18.25" tall. This clock will make an excellent addition to any collection.
Backstage Antiques is RBTV's premier antique appraisal program. From its inception as an in-studio antique appraisal program in the mid-1980s to its evolution, in the new millennium, into an on-location program featuring the appraisals of items from members of the audience, Backstage Antiques has always drawn the curious eyes of antiquing aficionados. Initially hosted by Kathleen Snyder, owner of Arcade Antiques and Jewelers in Riverside, Illinois, Backstage Antiques, in its first year, explored only one type of antique per episode. The series' fourth episode was the first to feature the appraisals of items from members of the audience. That particular episode's format proved very popular, and in the following years, Backstage Antiques permanently adopted the format of appraising audience ...
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