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Magnificent Antique Vintage Chelsea Ship's Bell Brass Clock With Wood Stand

$329.00
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Magnificent Antique Vintage Chelsea Ship's Bell Brass Clock With Wood Stand. The serial number is 770668 which dates it to 1973 era. The front of the clock is 5 1/2" wide, the dial is about 4" wide, the back heavy brass plate is 5 3/4" across. The wood stand is 4 5/8" x 13" and 8 5/16" high and fits clock perfectly. The dial is marked Chelsea Ship's Bell and Shreve Crump & Low, the famous jewelry store that sold the clock (same quality store as Tiffany & Co. New York). It comes with a fine brass key that is not a Chelsea key but it fits perfectly. The clocks has tested as working fine, we wound it up and it has been keeping time and chiming all week. This clock is an actual Navy type ship strike; not a house strike. Movement is typical 8 days spring wind and is the best Chelsea made in USA quality. The clock is very fine condition, the finish to the wood base has some wear but there is no damage - see my 12 detailed photos. Chelsea Clock Company: The Chelsea Clock Company is an American clock manufacturing company founded in 1897. Clocks produced by Chelsea Clock Company have been found in the White House, on US Naval Ships, and in homes and offices around the world. Shreve, Crump & Low, a Boston, Massachusetts business, is the oldest purveyor of luxury goods in North America, responsible for trophies such as the Davis Cup and the Cy Young Award. Established in 1796 by watchmaker and silversmith John McFarlane, the company is one of the oldest jewelry stores in North America. The present-day Shreve, Crump & Low is the last of a line of firms that began with John McFarlane, who opened a workshop across the street from Paul Revere. In the 1800s, the firm changed its name to Shreve's. In 1869 the firm of Shreve, Crump & Low was formed by merger. Shreve, Crump & Low remained at their original location until their property was destroyed in the Great Boston Fire of 1872.