Ansonia Queen Elizabeth Wall Clock

September 28, 2007 | By | 6 Replies More

I overhauled an Ansonia “Queen Elizabeth” wall clock, oak case, 37 inches tall, 8 day time only spring driven (my job no. 4446).


The (probably) original mainspring is 0.0165 inches thick. After the overhaul, the running arc is about 1.4 times the escape arc.

It is interesting that the movement is mounted tilted in the case.


Note the date Oct. 19, 1899 written in pencil on the label. This is probably the date of sale.


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  1. Bob Arnold says:

    value on the clock for insurance purposes. Thanks
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  2. Bob Arnold says:

    I have one of these Queen Elizabeth clocks and has been in our family for generations. The label on the back shows the Traid is in excellent condition but I wouldn’t say mint condition.

  3. jean gale says:

    i have one of these clocks, it is in good condition & worked the last time we tried it, can yiu give me a ball park value? thankyou, jean

  4. Can you please tell me what the price is for this
    clock Queen Elizabeth Ansonia Clock Co.With the
    Traid Mark.

  5. Bill says:

    Thanks, John, for noticing my mistake – I’ve corrected it. I wish I could have bought new clocks like this in 1999 ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Jon Toumanian says:

    I assume you meant 1899? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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