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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
Name: Decatur
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Mahogany case with Bird's Eye Maple front, hand painted and lacquered details.
Dial: Wood inlay.
Details: One of only two wall clocks that were not banjo style made by Revere.A hooded design case with hand carvings and painted details. Plays Westminster chimes on Symphony Chimetone rods.Original price: $68.
25 3/4" H X 13" W X 8 1/4" D

 





Make: Revere
Name: Jefferson
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Mahogany case with Bird's Eye Maple front, hand painted and lacquered details.
Dial: Wood inlay.
Details: The Jefferson is the other non-banjo style wall clock made by Revere. The upper case is identical to the Decatur (above) but has a long drop back to accomodate the tubes. It played the Westminster chimes with one chime on 4 tubular bells. Not your everyday clock with a price of $140 in 1930! This and the Decatur (above) are both owned by Tom, and are the only ones we have seen.
41 1/2" H x 13" W X 8 1/4" D

 





Make: Revere
Name: Hull's Victory
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with Brass Eagle and side brackets. Decorated Glass panels.
Dial: Silvered with etched black numerals.
Details: This is one of three Banjo style clocks Revere made. All are much taller than any of the Telechron or GE non-chiming versions. All had Westminster Chimes. This one has reverse painted glass panels in the throat and the bottom section. We assume the name 'Hull's Victory' is in reference to the ships battling in the lower panels painting. Original price: $125
41" H X 10 1/2" W X 5 1/4" D
 
 
 






Make: Revere
Name: Perry
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with Crotch Mahogany panel, Madrone overlay base, Brass wheel and Bell.
Dial: Enameled with etched black numerals.
Details: The second Banjo style clock made by Revere. This one has a nautical theme with rope carvings, a ship's wheel and spokes, and a ship's bell. They used wooden panels in the throat and overlay on the base. It had Westminster chimes, and not a bell gong. Original price: $115.
40 1/2" H X 12" W X 6" D

 
 
 





Make: Revere
Name: Haverhill
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with Crotch Mahogany front panels and Brass Eagle.
Dial: Enameled with etched black numerals.
Details: The third Banjo style clock Revere made and the only one we have a photo of -thanks to Drew D. who sent us a picture of his. Crotch Mahogany was used in the throat section and as a panel in the lower section. A brass eagle on top was the only other decoration. This is the overall smallest and least expensive of the three made. Original price: $90.
40" H x 10 1/2" W X 5 1/4" D

 





Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Name: Chippendale
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with Redwood Burl front and carved decorations with finial.
Dial: Silvered with etched black numerals.
Details: One of several Revere clocks that had no model number that we know of. This is a modified Gothic style clock with plenty or decorative trim and carvings, Flared sides and rope design carving add to the detail. Plays Westminster and Canterbury chimes. You can see the beautiful details on the one Tom owns at the left. Original price: $125
19 1/8" H X 17 1/2" W X 7 3/8" D
 
 
 






Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Name: Louis XIV
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with Redwood Burl front, Maple carvings and turnings.
Dial: Silvered dial with raised black numerals.
Details: Another name-only dual chime clock from 1930. An elaborate design tambour with Redwood burl on the front and maple carvings and turnings. We believe these were all based on Herschede designs but given the Revere name. Plays Westminster and Canterbury chimes. A large, hard to find clock with an original price of $110.
11 1/2" H X 22 1/2" W X 6 1/2" D

 





Make: Revere
Name: Early American
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Honduras Mahogany with select Burl overlay and grille.
Dial: Silvered with raised numerals.
Details: One of several Revere clocks that had no model number that we know of. This is another modified Gothic style clock with plenty or decorative trim and grille work plus burl overlays. Tom finally obtained one and restored it as you see on the left - what a beatifual clock! Plays full Westminster chimes. Original price: $94
A Time and Strike version and a Ship's Bell version were also available.
 
 
 






Make: Revere
Name: Moderne
Model Number: Unknown
Date: 1930
Case: Clear Maple base, Ebony lower face and sides.
Dial: Silvered dial with raised black numerals.
Details: Another name-only dual chime clock from 1930. An elaborate design tambour with Bird's Eye Maple top face and Ebony lower front and sides. We believe these were all based on Herschede designs but given the Revere name. See the one at left we recently acquired and restored. Plays full Westminster chimes. Original price of $92.
It was also available with a Time and Strike only movement($72) or a Ship's Bell movement($77).

 





Make: Telechron
Model Number: 3018
Date: 1937
Case: Mahogany
Dial: Silvered dial with raised black numerals.
Details: Fresh from a local estate in the hills of Pennsylvania is this Awesome mystery Telechron Westminster chime clock. Although it has the original holes that would have been used for a Herschede's spring wound movement and chimes, the Herschede holes in the case were plugged at the factory and the case stamped 3018 on the bottom and sold under the Telechron name. This has a Telechron powered unsigned Revere movement and chimes in it and is obviously untouched since 1937 when it was made.
$77).

 





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