Rare "Silas Burnham Terry" Wall Regulator in a fabulous Rosewood Case with the Original Reverse Paint & Gold Foil Decorated Glass Tablet !!!
Pre Civil War Clock Circa 1840-1850. Clocks were are also known as "Tavern Clocks or Public House Clocks" in the early literature.
Retains most of it's "Terryville, Conn." Factory Black Paper Label on the interior Weight Chute Board.
Condition : Overall condition is Fine to Very Fine, Dial & Excellent Rosewood Case. Has it's Original Glasses and Brass Movement. Normal tiny paint chips around the dial mounting screws. Brass Movement has been Ultrasonically Cleaned, Re-oiled, and Beat-Set on 11-6-18. My poor photos do not do this clock Justice, it is better seen in-person !
You have my personal 7 Day Satisfaction Guarantee for all of my 8 Day Clocks, with a "No Questions asked, Full item Refund" over the normal Ruby Lane minimum 3 Day Inspection Policy. (packing & shipping fees not included)
Case Measures : Overall length is 33 inches, Width is 14 1/4 with 4 inches in Depth, and the standard 12 inch Dial.
SHIPPING : Please email or call me with your Zip Code for an Accurate Packing & shipping quote.
Will ship out on the "First Business Day" following a Sunday, after retrieving from the "Sunday's Only" Antique Mall in Adamstown,Pa.