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    Antique Ansonia "Rampant" Model Clock

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    Catalog Description:

    Ansonia Clock Co., crystal regulator, "Rampant", ca 1914. This is one of their models with onyx top and base, and uses some metal decorations on the top and base of the four corners, and a small ornament under the roof line. This 14 inch case is generally good to excellent. I can only find one small chip in the green onyx, it being on the corner just below the left frontdoor post. Feet are different than those shown in the catalogs for this model, but they are correct Ansonia feet and I am sure were interchanged all thetime between the crystal regulators. 2 piece porcelain dial, hands, and open escapement, are near perfect, only one hairline near 10 o’clock. 8 day movement, gong strike on half hours, everything signed by the maker, just an awfully nice example of the onyx crystal regulators. Ly-Ansonia No. 398.

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