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    Antique Ansonia Clocks
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    Antique Ansonia "Utopia" Model Clock

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    Utopia

    Catalog Description:

    Ansonia Clock Co., Crystal Regulator, "Utopia", 1914. The clock is pictured and described in Ly-Ansonia No. 330. The original "Utopia" clocks are currently selling between $3000 and $4000, if you can find one. This clock is a contemporary model that is identical in looks, dimensions, and most all materials, to the original "Utopia". This 17" high case is solid brass with all the same decorations, finials, and dome top. The front and back doors have bowed glasses, all four glasses are beveled, and two have tiny corner chips. The four glass columns are not cut glass like the originals, but they look like cut glass and are identical to the originals. The 8 day movement strikes a hanging gong on half hours and hours, and is running strong. The two piece porcelain dial has open escapement, hands, imitation mercury pendulum, and brass movement, all exact copies of originals. Even the glasses are wavy. The brass case has not been polished. It would take some work but you could make this clock shine like a new dollar.

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