A.W Miller "Waterloo" Gandfather Clock
(Kearny, NJ, USA)
My mother has a weight driven grandfather clock made by an "A.W. Miller". I can not find any information about this clock or its manufacturer.
There is nothing inside the clock case to indicate where, when, or by whom it was made.
Just "A.W. Miller" and "Airdrie" on the face. Images of the Queens of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales surround the face.
Above is a depiction of the Battle of Waterloo with the Duke of Wellington on a horse.
When the pendulum swings, the horse moves back and forth. Made of a dark red wood.
Any information about this clock would be greatly appreciated.Hi John
This seems to be an old, I mean 150 years or maybe older clock.
As you noticed this clock was probably made in the UK.
The clock appears to have been made in a time when there were numerous clockmakers making tallcase clocks in small numbers.
The fact that it has a moving figure only adds to the value.
But it is important that you go to a real expert that can look at the clock and give you a more precise estimation.