Eli Terry and Sons Eight-day Transitional Shelf Clock
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Eli Terry and Sons Eight-day Transitional Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, case with stenciled half-columns, carved eagle splat, and paw feet, painted wood Roman numeral dial with seconds, label stating in part Eight-day Clocks. Invented by ELI TERRY. Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut, by E. TERRY & Sons., lower tablet depicting a park and marked Part of Regent Street, London, wood, eight-day time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 36 in.
Lower glass original with some paint loss. Movement has mahogany plates. Movement ticks and strikes.
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