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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Hello , looking for more information (model , year mfg, value ) for this neat clock that I just acquired . It stands 7 1/2 " high is approx 5 inches wide at the bottom , has "royal bonn" stamped on the back , also stamped in the porcelain is the number 1395 . Winds up and runs great , runs for a day . Appreciate any information . Thanks .

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      For value use the appraisal link at the top of the page. As you read in the site rules this isn't the place for getting values. These clocks are common and you will find literally 100's of them for sale on eBay, however very few actually sell. The ones that do sell are usually their old metal clocks from the 1880's.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      This link shows the same clock which sold on eBay last month.
    3. mcginty, 3 years ago
      thanks , thebother clock that sold looks like it has another clock mechanism other than the one from Ansonia . But thanks for the feedback .
    4. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
      Hello mcginty and welcome to Collectors Weekly.
      You have a model that Ansonia called their "No. 400". It is found on page 637 or noted authority Tran DuyLy's book on Ansonia Clocks and Watches. It reportedly measures just 7 1/2" in height with a 2" dial. I didn't find any other examples in a cursory online search but your clock is definitely an exact match to the one illustrated in Tran's book. No circa is given but most all of the other Porcelain Clocks with approximate dates of manufacture seem to be from the first of second decade of the 20th Century.... 1904 through 1914 or so. Hope that solves your mystery. If you have more questions, let us know. If not, please check the little "Mystery Solved" box in your listing.
      Thanks for sharing your Ansonia with us.
    5. mcginty, 3 years ago
      Awesome , thanks for the great information I've always loved these types of clocks have a larger model Ansonia clock inherited from my grandfather . And is nice to have more story of the new smaller clocks history . Appreciate your effort and time .

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