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    Ansonia Clock Co. mirrorside (maybe) "Triumph", C. 1880. We have a mixed bag here. The gentleman who sold me this collection of mirrirsides said this was an Ingraham. No doubt because the pendulum is Ingraham. When I removed the dial I discovered the movement is an 8 day Sessions. The 24" walnut case could be the Ansonia Triumph, the Waterbury Oxford, the Gilbert Occidental, or the New Haven Occidental, I am not swift enough to tell the difference. There is a full label on the back that is so dark you can\'t read it. It runs, strikes a coil gong. Wood parts all would appear to be original, statues are contemporary. Two things we definitely need to do, change the movement and the pendulum. Maybe you can decipher the label.

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