Chelsea Clock Company of Boston, Massachusetts.

The Chelsea Clock Company Board of Directors met for the first time on July 28, 1897. The Board consisted of Whipple N. Potter, Jr., President, Charles H. Pearson, Treasurer, Reginald Foster, Clerk and Secretary. Allen L. Shepherd served on the Board with the elected officers. This first group of individuals was not together long. The Chelsea firm persevered and has enjoyed a long run of success as a result of making clocks of superior manufacture. This company made many clocks. Some of which were in the style of the Willard timepiece or banjo clock, the E. Howard Model No., 70 and more famously, marine clocks. This company remains in business today.

A twelve inch Chelsea Ship's Bell. Chelsea Clock Co., Chelsea, Massachusetts.

This is a ships clock. This example is in very good original condition. This case is brass and is quite heavy.… read more

Chelsea Clock Company No. 1 Pendulum. Weight driven wall clock.

The Chelsea Clock Company Board of Directors met for the first time on July 28, 1897. The Board consisted of Whipple… read more