Ansonia Mantel Clock circa 1902

Weight : Approximately 12 pounds.

Dimensions : 10 inches tall x 9.5 inches wide (from bottom of base) 4.75 inches deep.

A collection of images from a nearly restored antique mantel clock manufactured by the Ansonia clock company.

The Ansonia Clock Company, formed in 1851 and operated as a high-quality company until the 1920s. The company was originally housed in Darby, CT until 1854 when the factory burned. A series of bad decisions and the Depression forced the sale of the company to Soviet Russia in 1928.

The number 1 question seen on the Internet about Ansonia clocks is "Is my Ansonia clock worth anything?" and the quick answer to that is "No, your clock isn't worth anything." There are several reasons for this : 1. Ansonia made millions of clocks and they are not hard to find in fair to good condition and will cost about $100 in the year 2024., 2. Demand is low for an item like this and has been for more than a decade, 3. You wouldn't be asking if your clock was worth something if you had cared for it regularly and it was sitting in your living room instead of a box stored somewhere in your garage. You would already know it was worth something., 4. It will be expensive to have professionals work on it. Be prepared to spend $400 or more at a clock shop. They will probably have it for more than a month.

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Valued in the range of $250 - $350.