American, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty ClockAmerican, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty Clock

Beautifully detailed clock with the image of Aurora-the Roman name for the Goddess of Dawn, in a metallic ebony finish on spelter. She is holding up a clock that de-picks the rising sun. The clock is signed on the back Waterbury Clock Co. with patent dates starting with May 6 1890. The 30 hr movement runs for 30 hours and some times it stops. The original paper dial is a little discolored from ages with a small missing piece above one o'clock. There is no breaks,chips or repairs on the metal case. The clock has an inventory number on the top back, it was property of the Strong National Museum of Play in NY.

Dimensions: 12.25"h x 3.75"w x 3.25"d. Any further questions please e-mail us.

Item ID: VR664

American, Waterbury Clock Co.,Figural Novelty Clock

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