PRICE REDUCED!!!!! (previously $39)
Excellent condition with moving parts, inner workings, tons of gears, mallet and bell. Solid brass. The 1902 Patent is visible on the back.
Excellent physical condition. Non-working.
Great for steampunk, art or collectable for clock enthusiasts!
BELOW IS A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE WILLIAM L GILBERT CLOCK CO.
THE WILLIAM L. GILBERT CLOCK COMPANY
WILLIAM LEWIS GILBERT BEGAN A LIFE LONG CAREER IN THE CLOCK MAKING BUSINESS WHEN HE PURCHASED A CLOCK SHOP WITH HIS BROTHER-IN -LAW GEORGE MARSH, IN DECEMBER OF 1828 THE FIRM OF MARSH GILBERT & COMPANY WAS ACTIVE IN BRISTOL AND FARMINGTON CON. UNTIL ABOUT 1834 WHEN IT MOVED TO DAYTON OHIO AND BEGAN MARKETING WOOD CLOCKS. RETURNING TO BRISTOL ABOUT 1835 GILBERT FORMED A PARTNERSHIP WITH JOHN BIRGE IN THE FIRM BIRGE , GILBERT & COMPANY MARKETED EMPIRE CASED SHELF CLOCKS WITH JOSEPH IVES PATENT MOVEMENTS. THE FIRM WAS DISSOLVED ABOUT 1837 WHEN GILBERT WENT INTO PARTNERSHIP WITH CHAUNCEY AND NOBLE JEROME AND ZELOTAS GRANT IN 1839 AS JEROME GRANT GILBERT & COMPANY MANUFACTURED JEROMES BRASS MOVEMENT CLOCKS.
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