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    Antique Ansonia "Regulator No. 14" Model Clock

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    Regulator No. 14

    Catalog Description:

    C.1885, Ansonia Regulator no. 14, less bottom. This clock merits your time in making a bottom to complete the case. The gridiron pendulum bears the plaque of M. L. SHEEHAN (jeweler\'s), 785 8th Ave, New York. The pinwheel movement is original and sound; the final glaze coat on the dial was a little weak and a couple of numerals have started to fade. The hook for the weight has been improperly replaced (an easy correction). The case retains original top, carved trim and burled panels and is quite attractive. If it had the original bottom and finish, we would have expected this to bring $10,000. Height 71 inches