Ansonia La Normandie Royal Bonn Clock, Excellent

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 27,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Beautiful Ansonia Royal Bonn "La Normandie" Porcelain clock as seen in Tran's book on page 611. This clock is just wonderful. I have owned this clock for 4 years and have really enjoyed it but it must go to make room for others. The case is jsut about as nice as you'll find on one of these. Light crazing but not bad, the back of the case is the cleanest I've seen. T is one minor hairline in the top that can be faintly seen in pics 7 & 8, I believe you could clean the case well and this would not be noticable at all. The rest of the case is wonderful, no chips or breaks that I have ever seen. The Royal Bonn stamp is actually inside the case and the bottom has to be removed in order to see it. The 2 piece porcelain dial is perfect, brass bezel and bevelled glass is also. The clock is missing the original back door, I just don't have the heart to put a reproduction door on the clock. Original ones can be bought off eBay for $15.00 usually, it's just not something that I have ever searched for. The movement has been professionally overhauled and while I have not ran this clock much in the past it does run and strike well. Clock measures 13 1/2" high x 13" wide.

Buyer to pay actual shipping and insurance, (required). Shipping quotes available on request. The movement will be removed from the case prior to shipping if requested. I can no longer guarantee antique clocks to run after shipping but will do everything possible to ensure the clock arrives safely and will be available after the sale to help answer any questions and offer advice in the set up of this clock.

More pictures are available upon request, if you have any questions about this item or any other item in my store please do not hesitate to email me.

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