REVERE AND GE 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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Model Number: R-903
Case: Mahogany case with overlays and ornament on front.
Dial: Open Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: A nice looking tambour with three Bird's Eye Maple overlays and a carved ornament on the top. Carefully detailed with Mahogany showing through the dial. Gold plated bezel and hands.
8 1/2" H X 21" W X 5 1/4" D
Model Number: R-905
Case: Mahogany case with ornaments on front.
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals and intricate designs.
Details: A large Gothic or Catherdral style clock with book matched diagonal mahogany on the front and ornate carvings at the corners and top. Has a large flat bezel and and intricate silvered dial. We've only seen three of these so far which makes this model hard to find.
12 1/2"" H X 7 1/4" W X 6" D
Model Number: R-907
Case: Mahogany veneer.
Dial: Open Hand painted dial with painted black numerals.
Details: A simple tambour style with a Mahogany case, and a Hand painted dial. The dial features side decorations, open center. It has a flat oval glass with a wide flat bezel and green painted hands (note: it's hard to see in our photo, but the hands are very subtle lime green color.) This ID comes from Joseph in Ohio who alerted us to this model we had listed as Unknown#25.
7 2/2" H X 18 3/4" W X 4 1/2" D
Model Number: R-909
Dial: Hand painted dial with painted black numerals.
Details: We've seen a few of these clocks some with different scenes on the bottom. The clipper ship shown is seems to be the prominent style. A different type of Revere but with all the same quality and full chimes. We'd consider this a hard to find model and very collectible.
Model Number: R-911
Case: Walnut veneer with painted side pieces.
Dial: Silvered with etched black numerals
Details: A very decorative style tambour with the finest Walnut veneers and painted accents. Gold plated embossed bezel and gold plated hands. We haven't seen many of this model.
7 1/4"" H x 13 1/2" W X 4 5/8" D
Model Number: R-913
Case: Mahogany or Walnut veneer.
Dial: Open Silvered dial with etched black numerals.
Details: The R-913 is probably the most common of the Revere clocks. Made for about 40 years many were surprisingly made with Walnut veneer, though many were Mahogany. Slightly smaller in size, and budget priced, this handsome clock was available as a Herschede model also. You'll have to check the movement serial number to date your clock.
6 3/4" H X 16 1/2" W X 4 1/2" H
Model Number: R-915
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: A smartly style model leaning toward the contemporaty yet keeping it's eighteenth century background. Fine Walnut used throughout with raised details on the ends. Polished gold color bezel.
8 1/2" H X 15 1/8" W X 4 3/4 D
Model Number: R-917
Dial: Silvered with painted black numerals.
Details: A simple tambour style clock with a tall open oval dial on a stripped Magogany case. Contrasting carved trim along the base. Full Westminster chimes.
9" H X 19" W X 4 1/2" D
Model Number: R-919
Case: Solid Hard Maple.
Dial: Painted Cream dial with floral corner accents. Reverse paint lower door panel.
Details: A tribute to the Early Colonial Era with fine craftsmanship, elaborate detailing, hard Maple and a reverse painted Independence Hall in the door panel. A beautiful clock and not like many that Revere made. The catalog description read: "fashioned of finest hard maple with smooth mellow finish. the colorful view of Independence Hall and delicately tinted floral corners on the dial preserve the fine traditions of our ancestors." Original price: $35.40.
15 1/2" H x 8 1/4" W X 7" D
Model Number: R-921
Case: Walnut and Walnut veneer.
Dial: Open oval - Silvered with etched black numerals.
Details: A simple yet elegant tambour made of rich Walnut. Rich finish and pleasing lines make this clock a 'masterpiece of beauty'.
6 1/2" H X 16 1/2" W X 4" D
Model Number: R-923
Dial: Open Silvered oval with etched numerals.
Details: Another Walnut clock from the 1941 catalog. It was called "a model of good taste and an unusually graceful example of modern design". The simplest of tambour designs - an arc with side detail.
6 1/2" H X 16 3/4" W X 4" D