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    Antique Ansonia Clocks
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    Antique Ansonia "La Cruz" Model Clock

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    La Cruz

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    Ansonia Clock Co. Royal Bonn, "LaCruz", Ca 1901. This is a very colorful porcelain case with Ansonia’s New Art Tint’s, of dark blue at the top, changing to light greens and yellows in the middle, then to dark green on the base. Every Ansonia case is different and hard to describe. I will let the picture speak for most, but the feet have a paw look, and there is a head of a God or something in the bottom-center. The case is 11-1/2 inches high, 8-1/2 incheswide. American sash, beveled glass, one piece porcelain dial, all perfect.Case is signed on the back, dial signed in front. 8 day, half hourgong strike. Ly-Ansonia No. 2685 and No. 2691.