We’ll get to the monetary value of this antique in a moment, but first let’s discuss the sentimental value. This clock was handed through six generations! The family story is that the lead weights were melted down into bullets during the Civil War. Made by famous clockmaker Aaron Willard, it dates back to 1785. It’s a Massachusetts shelf clock with brass feet, a beautiful mahogany case and a kidney dial. The Antiques Roadshow appraiser is clearly impressed by this beautiful clock, and gives it a value of $150,000! Get a closer look in the following clip.