First let me state that I am not a clock expert. My father is the expert. I have learned a bit about clocks and watches from being around hundreds of them all my life. I will do my best to describe the type, condition, details, etc. honestly and to the best of my abilities. Please look closely at the pictures, read the description carefully and ask questions if needed.
Clock say's Jennings Brothers Mfg. Co., Bridgeport Conn. USA on back. Also has 3 patent dates from May 6 1890 - Jan 13 1891. Also has F and S adjustment. Bottom says, J.B. 700, Pat. AppI'd For. Has a JB with C through it, Mark on dial. Case is bronze.
The case looks like it had gold paint or gilding which is almost completely worn off. Some spots can be seen in the pictures. It is a beautiful little clock. The dial and glass look perfect. The hands may have some slight rust. I don't see any cracks in the bronze. Has very nice detail. The hands adjust fine, but the winding key just turns freely. Don't know if the spring is broken or just disconnected in some way. All else seems to be in good shape. This has been in an attic for at least 20 years so I am sure it is very dirty. I've hit it with compressed air inside and out, cleaned the glass and wiped the outside, but have not tried to polish anything. Not sure if the Jennings Bros. actually manufactured this or just branded it. I did not see any other marks. However I know from other clocks like this one the face and plate sometimes cover the makers markings and can't be seen without removing the dial. I wasn't comfortable removing the hands to do this. Overall. It's a very pretty little clock.
The clock is approximately 6 inches tall by 3 inches wide.
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