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    Antique Ansonia "Fisher and Falconer" Model Clock

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    Fisher and Falconer

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    C.1880, Ansonia "Fisher and Falconer" swing clock. This clock is clean and in good running order. However, the very top of the bow trim (just the top loop) is missing and the left arm of the falconer was repaired maybe 30 years ago. Finally, the knurled set knob is absent from the rear and you need to use a watch key (included) to set the time. This model uses the small iron base, that is original, and the 4 cast feet are intact, gilding rubbed away. Despite these small shortcomings, this is a good example of an early and hard to find clock. Height 25.5 inches