Here is my Mark Leavenworth 30 Hr wooden works clock. As received, I have the correct movement, dial and case, which is missing the top splat. The style is the less common version that has wide, but very thin columns applied to the door
This clock has special significance to me as I grew up in Waterbury Conn. After college, the bank I used was located on Leavenworth Street. A few years ago the genealogy expert in the family informed me that Mark Leavenworth’s Father-in-law, Moses Cooke, is one of my direct ancestors!
Leavenworth Movement front view
Leavenworth Movement side view showing the added gear on the strike train
This is not my clock. It is a picture of a Mark Leavenworth clock from another collection. I intend to duplicate this splat design with indented capitals as well as the stenciling patterns from this clock
The label contains the US census for 1830 as well as postage rates for 1832. I guess this safely dates the clock to 1832