The Special Grand dial with raised numerals, pierced dial center and serpentine hands are in superb original condition.
The movement has been serviced and is in fine working condition, striking ships bells with fine Chelsea tone.
However, this process cannot go on indefinitely, and eventually a choice will need to be made regarding the male she chooses.
For age, males misrepresented information 10% of the time, compared to 3.3% for females and for weight, males and females represented 6.7% of the time.
Item ID: 1788 - This is a very early Chelsea Mahogany Yacht Wheel Clock.
The original surface dial is marked The Cowell & Hubbard Co., Cleveland.
Prior to 1910 inventory control was not optimized and finished clocks remained in company inventory for years.
The dates above show the average sale date for a given serial number.
The case was polished long ago and has developed a rich, glowing patina.
The original unrestored dial is marked Jaccard Jewelry Co., Kansas City, MO.
Raised numerals and serpentine hands, Statuary Bronze finish, serial no.
The movement is marked with serial number 5385 dating the clock to 1901.
This is consistent with the fact that males tend to place a greater emphasis on how females look in comparison to females assessing how males look, which means that females have a higher motivation to misrepresent in this case.