Collectable Clocks

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French electric Brillie clock. Case is 17 inches high. Beautiful clock labelled for Henri Ploye. The clock is not currently running. At minimum, the pendulum system needs adjustment as it is rubbing. I'm not familiar enough with these clocks to determine what else, if anything, might be wrong. Movement is mounted on a marble backboard.


Simple French electric Brillie clock. Overall height of base to dome is about 12 inches. I have connected a battery to this one and have gotten it to run for as much as an hour at a time. (These clocks are rather finicky.) The glass dome does not fit exactly right in the base and is likely not original.


Not exactly a clock, but rather a Galvanometer made in England by the General Electric Company Ltd. Don't know if it work. Fairly nice condition, though. Nice beveled glass in front of the dial.


What appears to be an electrical counter of some sort made by W. & L. E. Gurley of Troy, New York. The dial on the right is labeled 'UNITS' and the one on the left is labeled 'HUNDREDS'. The maker's name is inscribed on the silvered dial plate. I have no idea if it works as I have no idea what it is supposed to do.


19th century roasting jack. Nice condition and working.


Seth Thomas round time and strike wall clock. Balance wheel (lever) escapement. Runs. Bezel and dial are not attached. No hands. 11 inch overall diameter.


American Bank Protection timer. Powered by a Seth Thomas #10 movement. Does not run. This is the 7 day version as you can see by the day wheel just below the hour hand.


American Bank Protection timer. Powered by a Seth Thomas #10 movement. Does not run.


Small Timer. About 5 inches square. Unknown working condition.


Ingraham 8-day clock. 15 inch height. Runs.


Junghans ceramic clock.