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Antique Ansonia "Crystal Palace No. 3" Model Clock

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Crystal Palace No. 3

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C.1875, Ansonia Clock Co., "Crystal Palace No. 3", 8-day time/strike shelf clock in generally good condition. These clocks were first manufactured by Henry J. Davis in 1874. Three different case styles were patented and six different models were eventually offered. The movement is marked "H. J. Davis, New York" with Geneva stopwork. This movement is very similar to an Ansonia and was probably made for him under contract. The brass ornament that mounts on the top of the dial is missing, also one walnut rosette is missing above the mirror. The clock has a very nice Davies label on the back. The dial has brown stains from age; dial center re-papered [no logo], new statues are from another Davies model (easily removed). Original dome intact; shown behind clock to avoid glare (lines on dome are tape). Height 17” $600-$800