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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 (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-430
Date: 1930
Name: Gothic
Case: Mahogany with elaborate inlays and carvings.
Dial: Silvered with raised black hands and intricate designs.
Details: This is the newer and improved version of the R-130 released in 1928. It sold for $103. Beside having both Westminster and Canterbury chimes, the dial and case were much more intricate. These clocks are highly sought after by collectors and will usually command higher prices.
14 1/2" H X 14" W X 7" D

 





Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-432
Date: 1930
Name: Hepplewhite
Case: Mahogany with inlaid and Maple Burl overlay.
Dial: Silvered with raised black numerals.
Details: At a cost of $125, this was one of the more expensive models. Plays both the Westminster and Canterbury tunes. Intricate detailing with overlays, inlay designs, and case molding and decorations. Hard to find in any condition. Tom's clock shown here is a beautiful example of the model.
17 3/4" H X 11" W X 7 1/4" H

 





Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-434
Date: 1930
Name: Louis XVI
Case: Satinwood with Marquertrie and Mahogany panel.
Dial: Pierced, gold plated with raised numerals
Details: Playing both Westminster and Canterbury chimes, and at $120 retail, this was the crown jewel of the 1930 catalog. With an auxiliary drive, this movement was one of the most complicated of the time. Absolutely magnificent, this clock is considered rare and will command a high price in any condition.
11" H x 21" W X 7 1/2" D

 





Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-436
Date: 1930
Name: Italian Renaissance
Case: Walnut with Morocco Leather upper Overlay.
Dial: Raised numerals.
Details: One of the most unique clocks that Revere made. You can see in the 'before' photo at right what we had to do to bring this gem back to life. We replaced the Morocco Leather with genuine Morocco Leather and restored the case and movement.It features lower spindle carving and the nailed on leather above. The catalog lists it as a Dual Chime, but this is a Westminster only. Original sale price:$105.
14" H X 11 1/2" W X 7" H

 








Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-438
Date: 1930
Name: Queen Anne
Case: Walnut case, Belgium Tapestry panel..
Dial: Gold plated, pierced dial with raised black numerals.
Details: This is the only one we've ever seen and it belongs to Tom. It sold for $115 in 1930, and had both Westminster and Canterbury chimes.Notice the depiction on the front panel. This kind of depiction really adds to the value. Combine this with a Dual chime, and you have a very rare and valuable Revere
16 1/2" H X 7 1/4" W X 7" H






Make: Revere (Dual Chime)
Model Number: R-440
Date: 1930
Name: Louis XVI
Case: Honduras Mahogany hand carved with Satinwood overlays and decorations. .
Dial: Gold plated, pierced dial with raised numerals.
Details: Played both the Westminster and Canterbury chimes. At a price of $150 this was clearly one of the most elaborate and costly of the 1930 clocks. It features carvings, finials, decorations, overlays, turned spindles, and fancy feet. Surely a collector's dream clock! We've only seen the one pictured here on eBay.
19" H X 12 1/4" W X 8" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-442
Date: 1941
Case: Matched diagonal Mahogany on front. Hand carved detail and finials.
Dial: Silvered with raised ornamentation and raised bronze numerals.
Details: Typical of Revere styling and craftsmanship, this clock is an oustanding example of that workmanship. We've seen this picture from a Revere chiming Clocks ad featuring two other clocks from 1941, and Tom owns the one shown at the left. Just a stunning clock.
11" H X 21"W X 7 1/4" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-444
Date: 1941
Case: Mahogany
Dial: Silvered with raised ornamentation and raised bronze numerals.
Details: An unusual design we just obtained. Totally restored on the left featuring a curved up base, brass feet and bezel and a brass cut out dial. Fluted detail along the bottom.
11" H X 21"W X 7 1/4" D

 





Make: Revere
Model Number: R-443
Date: 1941
Case: Solid Mahogany with hinged door and brass bracket or handle.
Dial: Antique Brass with satin Silver finish numeral circles and brass corner ornaments.
Details: A simple English type mantel clock in solid Mahogany and elaborate dial. Westminster chimes have a deep tone in this substantial sized clock.
13 1/2" H X 10 3/8" W X 7" D
 
 
 






Make: Revere
Model: R-446
Date: 1940
Case: Solid Walnut.
Dial: 5" round dial with cream center and black timering with gold numerals.
Details: A rare design that we found in a catalog that says " Your first glimpse of something really new and modern in a mantel chime clock. It is being talked about from coast to coast - its functional louvered sound boards enhance the rich tones of its Walnut case". List Price: $63.80 Retail: $55.00
It's not often that we know a designer's name but we can upon this information in a 1940 catalog : Designed by Mr. C. E. Waltman - R-446, R-448, R-552, R-650, and the R-1206.
7 3/4" H X 17" W X 4" D

 





Make:Revere
Model: R-448
Date: 1940
Case: Mahogany with fluted shoulders and large Burl overlays.
Dial: Rectanglular, cream dial with painted numerals, large flat brass bezel.
Details: An unusual design for Revere but of the highest quality throughout. One of our favorites with beautiful overlays and we've only seen this once so far. We found this in a 1940 catalog at a List Price of $73.10 & Retail at $65.00
It's not often that we know a designer's name but we can upon this information in a 1940 catalog : Designed by Mr. C. E. Waltman - R-446, R-448, R-552, R-650, and the R-1206. 8" H X 15" W X 4" D






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