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Revere Chiming Clocks

The following pictures are from Revere Catalogs and/or actual Revere clocks that we have serviced or sold, plus additional pictures provided by viewers and from Tom's vast collection.
We have listed the clocks in numerical order by Model Number. Please note that we are continually working on these galleries with new clocks being added as we receive new information and pictures. If your clock is not pictured here it does not mean it doesn't exist! We probably haven't gotten it listed yet, or are unaware of it and do not have any pictures or documentation.


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Make: Revere
Model Number: R-001
Date: 1930
Case: High grade Mahogany with upper inlay.
Dial: Silvered with ornate etchings and raised black numerals.
Details: This clock was not featured in the 1930s catalog. However, it shared the exact same case style and dial as the R-132 and R-136 (right).
11 3/4" H X 8 1/2" W X 6 1/2" D      
 
 
 







Make: Revere - Dual Chime
Model Number: R-0020
Date: 1930
Case: High grade Mahogany.
Dial: Silvered Silvered dial with Bronze cast numbers and beveled glass.
Details: Another fine clock from Tom that you won't find in the 1930 catalog.The 0020 signifies that the case was borrowed from Herschede. This clock did carry the Herschede name, but we can't tell you how many were made under the Revere tag. A very unusual find indeed. The dual chime plays both the Westminster and Canterbury Chimes.
13 1/4" H X 14" W X 7" D







Make: Revere
Model Number: R-104
Date: 1928
Name: Colonial

Case: High grade Mahogany.
Dial: Silvered dial with etched black numerals.
Details: The R-104 set the stage for many more tambours to follow. This is one of the oldest Reveres we've ever worked on. Early clocks like this, used the 60 rpm rotor which was later changed to the quieter, 1 rpm rotor in 1929. Original price: $74
9" H X 21" W X 6" H

 







Make: Revere
Model Number: R-106
Date: 1929
Case: Imported High grade Mahogany with Maple overlays.
Dial: Silvered dial with etched black numerals.
Details: The R-106 followed the R-104 in design with the exception of the frontal designs - this clock used Maple for the overlays

 






Make: Revere
Model Number: R-108
Date: 1930
Name: Sheraton Colonial

Case: Honduras Mahogany with overlays.
Dial: Silvered dial with etched black numerals.
Details: The R-108 is typical of the tambours of the day. Simple design with overlays on the front. Original price: $76
9" H X 21" W X 6" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-109
Date: 1930
Case: High grade Mahogany with Maple overlays
Dial: Silvered with etched black numerals.
Details: At 20 inches wide, the R-109 debuted with a retail price of $74.Bird's Eye Maple was used as the overlay .

 
 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-116
Date: 1930
Name: Sheraton Colonial
Case: Honduras Mahogany
Dial: Silvered with etched black numerals.
Details: Standard tambour with slightly different design. Notice that the case sizes on a lot of these models are the same and were probably just variation on a single design. Original cost $74.
9" H X 21" W X 6" D






Make: Revere
Model Number: R-118
Date: 1928
Case: Honduras Mahogany with front overlays.
Dial: Silvered with raised numerals.
Details: Beautiful tambour with slightly different design that features a center raised section and rolled side edges. It has contrasting overlay panels on front. This clock uses an unusual movement with a 60 rpm offset geared rotor. This movement was made in limited quanties and only used for a short time. This is Tom's that was recently restored.
10" H X 20 3/4" W X 6" D






Make: Revere
Model Number: R-120
Date: 1930
Name: Colonial
Case: Honduras Mahogany
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: Same size as the previous models but with a more elaborate design and raised numerals and a deep set dial. Original price $76. Available in a Time and Strike (R-320) and a Ship's Bell (R-520).
9" H X 21" W X 6" D






Make: Revere
Model Number: R-122
Date: 1930
Name: Early English
Case: Honduras Mahogany
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: Similar to the R-120 model but with a more elaborate design and raised numerals and a deep set dial. This model, as we learned, uses a 60 rpm rotor and a much different movement configuration.Produces rich loud chimes. Thanks to Jim and Candy for sending it in for service. Original price $78. Available in a Time and Strike (R-322) and a Ship's Bell (R-522).
9" H X 21" W X 6" D






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