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A vintage observatory regulator clock made by E. Howard & Company of Boston sold for a whopping $52,900 at a recent Cottone Auctions in Geneseo, New York. The clock was one of more than two hundred that changed hands during the auction which drew more than two hundred people. The vintage regulator clock featured a cherry case with rosewood finish, silvered engraved brass dial and engraved 8-day time only pendulum with an unusual 24 hour hand.
The Lions Club Flea Market is usually held twice per month at the VRE Commuter Parking Lot in Springfield, Virginia and benefits the Springfield-Franconia Lions Club.
Lions Club Flea Market
VRE Commuter Parking Lot