My grandmother used to say: "What's second is third". By that she meant that when something happens two times, it often happens again. That's been true this week regarding our latest additions to the clock inventory. We bought an Ansonia "Queen Elizabeth" wall regulator last week and sold it almost before it was listed on our web site. Next we purchased an Ansonia "Queen Anne" which is currently on our web site. And today, we purchased another Ansonia "Queen Elizabeth"!! This beauty has a solid Mahogany case and retains its original hands, pendulum with large brass 'bob' and eight-day movement which is running well and keeping good time. All of the Victorian embellishments, spools, turned columns, finials etc. are original to the case and in excellent condition. Even the door glass is original to the clock with the expected wavy old glass. In fact, the only fault I could find is that a previous owner replaced the dial pan...or so it would seem. The clue to that observation is that there are five screws holding the dial onto the case instead of the usual three for this type clock. It's a very old dial pan and with the door closed, the extra screws are invisible of course, so I can't complain about the replaced dial. Overall, I'd rate this as an A- (it would rate A+ except for the dial replacement.) Our price for this outstanding clock is well below most that we see on the internet and in shops these days. So, take advantage of the offer----it's a beauty !!!.
Antique Wall Clocks