NAWCC Old Dominion Chapter 34

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Rockford Movement427 viewsModel 9 17 Jewel, Lever set, 18 Size, Grade 925
Note two tone damaskeening.
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Crystal Gem425 viewsThis clock is covered by a separate patent, and the clock name is given in the patent.. There have been several Crystal Place #2 clocks sold which have had a Crystal Gem label.
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Davies Cast Frame 2415 viewsThis clock frame is the same as the “Boy/Girl” girandoles.
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Rolf Gerdes and Co.411 viewsHamburg 11
Four Jewels
Made in Germany
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Crystal Palace #2 Middle Version407 viewsThis clock has been seen with movement marked Waterbury, Ansonia, Conn., and H. J. Davies.
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Ball Hamilton Case Back405 viewsA properly marked BALL MODEL Wadsworth 14k GF case
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Crystal Palace #3 Early Version404 viewsThe patent covering the design of this clock also protects the Crystal Palace #1 clocks, since the design feature patented is the mirror and frame. The flat dial pan was later changed to the “sunken center.”
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Crystal Palace #4 395 viewsThis model was not illustrated in any catalog, but was referenced in the price lists. It is assumed to be a #4 because it retains the characteristic dial and patented base design. The #4 has been found with the 2 post dial and also with a 4 post sunken center dial. The latter version has over-wind protection, making it a #4, extra.
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Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 3385 viewsThis is a variant with round top and bottom which appear to be original.
8 Day, time only, double spring, double dial calendar, 19-1/2" high

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Star Brass Manufacturing Co.384 viewsStar Brass MFG Co. Boston Mass.
Presentation set for The C & G Cooper Co.
Mount Vernon, Ohio
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Davies Cast Frame 3383 viewsInner view
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Davies Four Column378 viewsPossible precurser to the Crystal Palace clocks, no specific patents on this clock, found with E.N. Welch and G. B. Owens movements.
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