This previously owned antique Waltham No. 14 grandfather clock has a mahogany case and a 12" silvered brass dial with 'Waltham Clock Co." on it. The numbers are brass with seconds, day, and moon cycles. The numbers are applied brass with silvered sub seconds and sub calendar dials, pierced filigree decorated center and corner spandrels and a moon phase dial. This is a 2 weight driven movement with half hour strike on a coiled gong. The pendulum is a long rod with a brass covered bob, brass pulleys and brass covered weights. The clock is in a carved mahogany model 14 case whose pediment crest includes a single carved central finial. The case body has beveled glass, turned half columns, seashell carved at the top of the door and figural winged carved panel in the base. It stands on clawed feet. The clock has an overcoated alligatored finish and is in nice overall condition. It strikes every 30 minutes once and chimes the hour.
101.5" Tall, 26" Wide, 18.5" Deep
Please note that there are some nicks and scratches on the wood, a piece of the top post has been broken off and two pediment finials are missing on the outer edges.
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