W. K. Sessions Wall Clock by New England Clock Company ca. 1990
This large W.K. Sessions wall clock made by the New England Clock Company features a beautiful oak cabinet with brass-trimmed glass all around. The 8-day Kieninger movement features a weight-driven time-train with spring-driven strike and chime trains, playing the Westminster chime. The clock features raised brass numerals on a silvered dial and a brass lyre pendulum with a silvered disc inset in the brass bob.
This clock comes with a 2-year guarantee.
Seth Thomas 18-inch Gallery ca. early 1900’s
This beautiful Seth Thomas Gallery clock features a heavy-duty 14-day spring-driven movement and an 18-inch dial with seconds bit. Everything on this clock is original.
It has been mechanically restored and comes with a 2-year guarantee.
Junghans Wall Clock ca. 1920’s
This German-made Junghans wall clock features a mahogany cabinet and silvered dial and pendulum all completely original. The mechanism plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and strikes at the top of the hour.
This clock has been serviced and is being sold with a limited warranty.
Swiss Gilded Wall Clock ca. mid-1900’s
This gorgeous Swiss Gilded Wall Clock features a high-grade Swiss movement that strikes a bell on the hour and half-hour. It has a 9.5-inch dial and open-swinging brass pendulum.
This clock has been mechanically restored and comes with a 2-year guarantee.
Kieninger Natural Cherry Wall Clock
This Kieninger wall clock features an 8-day weight-driven striking movement in a beautiful natural cherry cabinet. It has blued steel hands with seconds bit on a porcelain dial. This is a top-of-the-line modern day clock constructed entirely in Germany.
This clock is brand new and comes with a 2-year guarantee.