Lot 138    

Lot of Three Presidential Mantel Clocks
Special Collections: American Political Timed Auction
Includes one Teddy Roosevelt rough rider clock with Teddy mounted on horseback dressed in rough rider garb. The face of the clock displays roman numerals and the back is marked Pat. Oct. 1902 Pat. Pdg.. Approx 10.75" tall. PLUS A circa 1933 Franklin Delano Roosevelt The Man of the Hour clock. Gold painted potmetal clock depicts Roosevelt calmly steering the Ship of State. Face reads United Electric Clock Corp. N.Y. The back is marked PAT 91140. 4" x 9" base, 14" high. PLUS An electric pot metal novelty mantel clock, honoring Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his new deal. Gold finished clock shows President Roosevelt steering a ship wheel. The base reads At The Wheel For A New Deal. The face reads Windsor, Gibraltar Electric Clock Co. Inc. Jersey City N.J.. The back of the clock reads Gibraltar Electric CLock Co. Inc. Jersey City N.J. #115 Pat Pend. Approx 13.25" tall.

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The paint is chipping on the "Man of the Hour" clock. The back cover is missing on the "New Deal" clock.
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