Posted 2 years ago
This is another Ansonia Clock Co. Watch that is a later more common movement used by Ansonia. It is a 16 size.
The dial is marked:
MADE BY THE ANSONIA CLOCK CO. N.Y. U.S.A.
The movement just has the F ||||||||||| S marking. (some later ones had a date mark such as A 26)
Again to set the time you push down on the stem and turn. Turn stem to right to wind, without pushing the stem down.
The box is a wood box with the inside sectioned for the watch.
Prize Medal Awarded
Paris Exhibition 1878
Highest Award Medal and Diploma
obtained at the WORLDS
Stem Winder (Ansonia Trade Mark) Stem Set
THE ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS
New York, United States of America
PATENTED APRIL 17, 1888.
In the United States, Great Britain
France, Austria and Belgium.
To wind, turn stem to right, To set hands push stem down.
To regulate, remove the back, and move regulator towards F for fast and towards S for slow.
Thanks for looking,