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    Antique Ansonia Clocks
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    Antique Ansonia "Senator" Model Clock

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    Senator

    Catalog Description:

    Ansonia Clock Co. cabinet clock, "Senator", C. 1904, the finest and most elaborate cabinet clock they made, and they made several nice ones. The oak case is 22" high and 19" wide and like so many Ansonia clocks, is covered with antique brass trimmings. We choose not to touch the wood or brass as it is in original condition. Some prefer the grungy case and grungier brass, while others want it clean and polished. We leave that to the next owner. If you leave the case as is, the dial may suit you. If you refinish everything then you will have to have the dial redone. There is a presentation plaque below the dial stating that this clock was presented as first prize at a "Puppy Show" in 1904. The movement is 8 day, striking a gong on each half hour, clean, and running. This is a good example of this model, in unrestored condition. Ly-Ansonia, page 242-243.

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