Impressive "New Haven * Elfrida" Rare Weight Driven Model Wall Regulator with Seconds Bit !!! See Yard Stick on Right Side of first photo. Solid Oak Case & Carved Trim on Top Crest with Half Spindles on Door, and Pressed "+" Designs on intersections with Full Lower Spindles.
Fabulous Overall Condition for a Circa 1895 Clock. Has it's marked New Haven Logo Paper Dial on Brass Pan with stepped Bezel Ring. Super Clean Frosty Brass 8 Day Weight Driven Movement Works, and is keeping accurate time. The only damage that I could find is an old wood repair aside of the top hinge where the door was sprung open too far at one time. (seen in last close-up photo)
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Measures : 48 1/4 inches High, 19 inches Wide at top Crest, and 7 3/8 inches Deep.
Book Ref.; Official Guide to Antique Clocks (third edition 1985)
By : Roy Ehrhardt
illustration : page 444 (only case illustration example found which has a double spring wind, not weight driven like this one)
Weight driven movement with seconds bit has the highest value of the 4 types made.