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10/27/2020 08:52 AM
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ANTIQUE WATERBURY MANTLE CLOCK

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 12” high, 15 ˝” wide, 5 ˝” deep
Rating: 6
Comments. This is a Victorian era Waterbury mantle clock which has a solid wood case, brass works and brass as well as cast metal embellishments. It dings on the half and reports the hours in a pleasant-sounding gong. The factory faux marble paint has wear, small missing spots and scratches/scrapes as seen in our photo. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some minor wood wear and soiling. The glass on the dial cover needs to be reattached and the dial has some wear as seen in our photo. It was tested but will not run continuously so some adjustments/cleaning are needed and this clock is being sold as is. Need some work but when done you’ll have an impressive time piece for your Victorian decor.

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