Edward Howard of Boston, Massachusetts.

The E. Howard Clock Company has an outstanding reputation for making high quality weight driven wall timepieces, standing regulators, public clocks and electro-mechanical master and watchman clocks.

The E. Howard & Company succeeded the Howard & Davis firm in 1857. The Howard and Davis firm was comprised of Edward Howard and David P. Davis and was established in 1842. Both men served their apprenticeship with Aaron Willard Jr of Boston. This firm was involved in watch and clock manufacturing since 1842. This firm also made high grade clocks, precision balances, sewing machines and fire engines. After the dissolution of Howard and Davis, Edward Howard went on to become Boston’s leading manufacture of weight driven clocks. This included residential clocks, commercial clocks and tower clocks. They also sold a large number of watchman and salve clock systems. These sold well in the late 1800’s.

It has been said that the E. Howard Clock company never made an inexpensive clock and that everything they made was of very good quality. As a result, Howard clocks have become very collectible and are prized by their owners. Today, the E. Howard clock name enjoys outstanding name recognition.

For a more in depth reading of E. Howard and his various businesses, please read “Willard’s Patent Time Pieces” written by Paul Foley.

E. Howard & Co. Boston Street Clock. Model No. 50. Similar to this photo.

The example that we are currently offering is not this clock that is pictured standing. It is very similar and is… read more

E. Howard & Co. Model No. 70. (24 Inch dial.) The largest size.

The E. Howard & Company offered five variations of dial sizes of the Model 70 form. This example is the largest… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 58-8. Wall clock.

This number 58 model is becoming a difficult clock to find today. This clock is the smallest of 3 sizes, measuring… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 69. THE C. & G. COOPER CO. / MT. VERNON, OHIO /STAR BRASS MFG. CO. / BOSTON, MASS. -SOLD-

This Marine clock features a polished brass case that measures approximately 11 & 7/8 inches in diameter and 4 & 3/8… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 70-12 . The Kosmic. Wall clock.

This is a very interesting and special clock. It is designed with a 24 hour dial. This dial has numerals that… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 70-24. (24 Inch dial.) The largest size.

The E. Howard & Company offered five variations of dial sizes of the Model 70 form. This example is the largest… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 80. Tall case clock. Quarter striking. Grandfather Clock. -SOLD-

This very impressive mahogany case measures approximately 8 feet 11 inches tall to the top of the center finial. It was… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, MA. Model No. 89. Wall Regulator.

The construction of this case oak is designed to compensate for expansion and contraction as a result changes of humidity and… read more

E. Howard & Co., Boston, Massachusetts. Model No. 57. The Waterman clock.

You may have already rad about it. Ye,s we purchased it. This is a very impressive wall clock that was made… read more

E. Howard & Co., of Boston, MA. Model No. 23. Astronomical Floor Standing Regulator Clock. -SOLD-

This floor standing regulator was made by the E. Howard & Company of Boston, Massachusetts circa 1860. This clock is cataloged… read more

E. Howard & Co., of Boston, MA. Model No. 68. Astronomical Floor Standing Regulator Clock.  -SOLD-

This very impressive floor standing regulator was made by the E. Howard & Company of Boston, Massachusetts. This clock is cataloged… read more

E. Howard & Company 1-5 banjos.

The E. Howard & Company offered five separate sizes of this Banjo form. The largest example of the five graduated sizes… read more

E. Howard Clock Company Boston, Massachusetts. Regulator No. 13.

After the dissolution of the Howard & Davis Company in 1857, a catalog was printed in 1858 that respectfully announced the… read more

E. Howard Figure eight wall clock. A full set of Howards.

The “Figure Eight” form is arguably one of the most attractive antique wall clock forms in today’s marketplace. It was manufactured… read more

E. Howard model 70 wall clocks. A full set. All five cataloged sizes.

This is the first time I have seen the Howard 70’s pictured in this manner. All five sizes. In order on… read more