At a garage sale, I bought two of what I've come to learn is called a "Clock Jack" for turning kettles over the fireplace hearth. Kienzle Nutwood & Palisander Art Deco Mantel Clock This clock was purchased on Ebay from a seller who purchased it in Dusseldorf. 130 yr old kitchen gingerbread clock We actually got this clock as a wedding present 33 years ago, and need help identifying it so we can sell it. I do not know anything about this clock and I cannot find anywhere on the clock … Has gears and little arms driven by gears that move panels. It has dutch wind mills with a house on the right, sailboat at the bottom, dutch girl with … Art Deco Flip Clock I picked this clock up at a yard sale many years ago. I am curious to find out its history and what it may be worth. Would like to know who made this clock and what date? This clock is that black wood color and has twin wood pillars on both sides. French Mantle clock silk thread movement Hello I purchased a French clock, with silk thread movement, it is a mantle clock and comes in two parts, it is guilded, it only has numbers on the movement, … 1790 This solid mahogany longcase 'grandfather's' clock has been in the family since purchased new circa 1790 near Philadelphia. Clock given to my grandparents as a wedding gift My father (now deceased) inhereted a Seth-Thomas clock which was given to my grandparents as a wedding gift around 1921 or 1922.
He claims it was made in the 1920s, but I'm not so sure. Father's Seth Thomas Wood Mantel Clock 1969-1974 I have a clock given to my father who is now deceased. The following information is easily seen on the clock: Seth Thomas … It has many markings on it, some of which are very hard … I purchased this clock in Pennsylvania 5 years ago, and I don't know anything about it. I would like information on how old a Sessions clock is It is a mantle 8 day key clock with the #322P on the inside back along with information on how the clock works and the name of the company.
First, look for the obvious signed dial, and/or movement.
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Some of the other things that are looked at are the type of glass and stenciling, the dial (paper, tin, wood, ceramic, etc.), the type of strike (gong, bell, chime rod, etc.), case materials, hand styles, type of fasteners, and many more. I have the receipt from when my great grandpa Holdridge purchased it (Dec. Building a replica, but can't ID the movement Hi - well as the title suggests, I'm building a replica of a mantel clock that has been in our family since the 1960's. Please help Identify this clock...age, maker, etc... Hi there, I recently acquired this clock at a flee market. I think it is a New Haven 'Occidental' American Parlor Clock. Please help me with a manufacturer name for this clock It is an octagon style clock with a wood veneer.
All these items have dates and companies that used them along with the years they were in use. I just bought this sweet, pine grandfather clock...although I am not sure it qualifies since it has a battery in its face. However, I have no idea how old it is, the only thing I know is it's made by William L. New Haven 'Occidental' American Parlor Clock I don't know much about the clock. It was given to me in the late 1980's in Utah and all I know about it was the fellow said that the clock … Brass Swiss 8 Day alarm clock with brass ring stand My brother was a retired sargent major in the Marine Corp (deceased).
There are so many styles and types of clocks, made by so many clock makers and from so many countries, that I was totally lost. I’m still a long way from knowing everything though.