C.1929, Waterbury "Ship's Bell No. 16" , in excellent condition, recently restored professionally. One very small piece of brass is broken off the hinge to the clock bezel (not noticeable), and the push button on the barometer latch has been replaced, however the case is otherwise in excellent condition with bright chrome finish. The clock movement is in excellent running and striking order, the barometer is live and the thermometer is intact. For details on this model, see Ly's book on Waterbury clocks (2001), page 542. This set cost $150 in 1929. Width 123/4" ht 8"