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An American Traditional Pressed Wood Gingerbread Clock. c1890
Gingerbread or Kitchen clocks were meant for shelf mounting. They have the typical skeletonized movement behind a glazed front door, the glasswork being decoratively painted to the rear.

The clock has a five inch dial with Roman hour numerals and Maltese cross hands. An alarm setting dial to the center.

This clock has a brass skeletonized spring driven eight day time and strike movement with count wheel striking and strikes the hour and half hour on a coiled gong. A subsidiary alarm mechanism is in the lower case

Movement by : E. Ingraham Co., Bristol Connecticut.

The case is 22” high by 14 ¾” wide.


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