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    Default Identifying granddaughter clock


    Can anyone please give a rough guide as to the date and maker of this granddaughter clock?

    It's 5ft tall and has Whittington and Westminster chimes. Unfortunately I can't see any reference to its maker or place of manufacture on the dial, case or movement.


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    Default Re: Identifying granddaughter clock (By: dw2007uk)

    This one looks like a pre-war Urgos movement. The same base movement was used for mantel clocks.

    The case was probably British made. Your clock was most likely made during the 1930s.
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    Default Re: Identifying granddaughter clock (By: chimeclockfan)

    Thanks for the info!

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