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Place for interactive articles and discussion of clock restoration projects and techniques used. Pictures will be a major portion of the articles. We encourage discussion of both restoration and conservation issues and techniques.

  1. New Haven Clock I Want to Identify it Please

    Quote Originally Posted by PowerClocks View Post
    Hi, I bought this clock and want to restore it but before I can do that I have to identify the model, I have exhausted my library on American clocks so I would like to know if there is someone that can help with this. The movement is marked New Haven, it is a time and strike movement and it appears to belong to the case, it needs a bit of tuning and the case is a bit shabby but it is basically a very nice, very big wall clock, I need a new Label and whilst they can be bought I want the right one
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  2. Identification of a logo of a dial

    I have just recently acquired a bracket clock where the movement displays a logo in the form of a clock dial... I have only been involved with clocks for a couple of years but usually my research lines are fruitful, but this one has stumped me ! can anyone help to identify please ? The case etc. point toward early 20th century.
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  3. Dial resilvering - Germany

    I am restoring an antique Kienzle grandfather clock and have successfully been able to get it into good working order. The case is beautiful German oak and is in excellent condition. However, I need to have the dial face re-silvered and new numerals painted. I am located in Frankfurt, Germany and need to find a shop in Germany that does this work. Does anyone know of such?
    Gene Shillcutt