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cute little gingerbread circa early 1900's

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Posted 3 years ago

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samcat69
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I think this one is part of the "X" assortment of ansonia clocks. Pretty ragged, touched it up some.

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  1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
    Very similar to the "X" Assortment "A" but the pattern on the base matches the "Kirkwood" circa 1901 in the "K" assortment. Other than the designs on their bases the two are almost identical. The various stencil patterns on the glass panes don't appear to have been exclusive to one model or the other. So the "before" photo is on the right? Very nice restoration!
  2. samcat69 samcat69, 3 years ago
    Thanks Bruce. This is another one of those heinz 57 clocks. The top looks like assortment A. The base looks like Kirkwood. The original glass stencil looks like assortment C. I am confused. Was it a practice for clock manufaturers to swap parts when others weren't available?

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