Ansonia Kitchen Clock Identification

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  1. PeterDixon5775

    PeterDixon5775 Registered User
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    I have an Ansonia clock I need identified, it is not complete and I don't have the Ansonia book yet to find the model, can someone please help Identify it.
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    Peter

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  2. Steven Thornberry

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    I doubt you'll find this one in the Ansonia book. It's the Waterbury Sheffield, shown in vol. 1 of Tran's Waterbury book from the 1883 catalogue.
     
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    Thank you for your reply
     
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    #4 KurtinSA, Jul 14, 2019
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    So is that a replacement dial? It looks like the Ansonia logo on it.

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  5. PeterDixon5775

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    Its an Ansonia dial but I have not taken it apart yet to find out if its a Waterbury movement or not, its next on my list to fix
     
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    I bought the Tran Waterbury book but I cannot find this clock do I have the right book?

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  7. Steven Thornberry

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    I used the 2nd ed., publ. 2001. It's on page 418. You may have the first edition, and since I do not have that edition, I can't say what may or may not be shown in it.
     
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    That's the early edition of Waterbury clocks, their are two more guides that contain more information then that one. Your clock is shown in the 2001 hardcover edition on page 418. (Arlington Book Co) I am a big fan of all of Trans books but they do not show anymore information on your clock besides what you have already.
     
  9. PeterDixon5775

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    Thank you for your reply, I will try to find the same addition as you have, I appreciate your help.
     
  10. JTD

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    It might not be worth the expense if it doesn't tell you any more than you already have (see post #8).

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