10 Nov, 2019
English long case grandfather clock
My grandparents had an English Long Case Grandfather clock they bought in the 1930's that is now in our house. I am planning on having it serviced, but before I do that, I had the service company remove the dial so that I could try and search for the manufacturer. From what I have found, it looks like an Elliott from England; however, there are no other markings except for what is on the plate behind the dial, which is an engraved stamp of Queen Victoria sideview of her face as the trademark with the number 510 next to it. There is nothing else on the clock, anywhere.
Do you know anything about the Queen Victoria Insignia on the clock? I have spoken to five grandfather clock service companies and not one has ever seen this trademark before. I need to know about it and why it is so rare along with an appraisal. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500