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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-6004
Date: 1941
Case: Mahogany with front overlays.
Dial: Silvered with painted black numerals.
Details: Another beautiful tambour design that Herschede let it's sister company Revere use. A Mahogany case with three diamond-shaped overlays on each side of the dial on the front lower portion of the case in contrasting color.
8" H X 18" W X 5 1/2" D

 
 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-6016
Date: c1930
Name: Gothic
Case: Mahogany with corner colunms, carvings, and finials.
Dial: Silvered dial with raised black numerals.
Details: This series of "6000 series" are all Herschede cases used by Revere. Herschede was making their Electrically Wound movements that used a pendulum and spring powered by a rotor. You can see that complete collection HERE. They also used some cases for the Revere line - these next 5 clocks are some of them.This is a medium sized Gothic style with elaborate details and a door. We were lucky to have someone send us this photo of their Revere version.
12 1/4" H x 8 7/8" W X 6" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-6024
Date: c1930
Name: Louis XVI
Case: Walnut with decorative olverlays and carving.
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: Simple design with elaborate carvings typical of Herschede. Like some GE and Telechrons, only the name is different between the Revere and Herschede.
13 1/4 H X 14 W X 5 3/4" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-6026
Date: c1930
Louis XVI
Name:
Case: Satinwood with Mahogany trimmings and Herringbone front and finials.
Dial: Silvered with raised numerals.
Details: An intricate and exquisite tambour design, again, fitting Herschede. Beautiful case design with carved accents and finials at each corner.
10 1/4" H X 20 1/2" W
 
 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-6028
Date: c1930
Name: Chippendale
Case: Mahogany with swirled Mahogany front and carvings.
Dial: Silvered with black numerals.
Details: A beautiful little clock with all the trimmings. Herschede cases always used the finest materials for their carvers to produce these simple, yet exquiste designs. Just as nice with the Revere name on it.
13" H X 8 1/2" W X 6" D
 
 
 






Make: Revere
Model Number: R-6062
Date: c1930
Name: Moderne
Case: Mahogany with Amboyna front.
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: This is one of our favorite Herschede/Revere clocks. The Mahogany case has ivory inlys on the colunms, finials, and a marquetry inlay on the front. We were lucky to have the Revere version in the shop this year and were able to document it. Thanks to Glenn in NJ.
12 5/8" H X 8 1/4" W X 6 5/8" D
 






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