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    Default Teutonia Clock Manufactory Phillip Haas and Son

    I am going to be moving soon and thought i should start to empty the attic , i came across this clock in a box and it must have been there about 40 years ,all i know is from the large sticker on the inside of the clock at the back it says .

    Teutonia Clock Manufactory under that it says Trade Mark between which is a symbol of trees and i think an eagle and under that PHS and Warranted.
    PHS is also stamped on the workings and the number 20441 it looks very old can anyone help please .

    I dont know how to put pictures on to show you what it looks like sorry i am a newby.

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    Default Re: Teutonia Clock Manufactory Phillip Haas and Son (RE: bluerose)

    Welcome to the Message Board, Bluerose. Haas and Sons was a well-known manufactory of clocks. Rather than have me stumble around with imparting information, have a look at this thread, which appeared recently and has information on the company, and which, in turn, will lead you to a couple of other informative threads. Of course, others will be along to help as well, I'm sure.

    If you have a picture of the clock on your computer or can put one there, it is relatively simple to upload one using the Manage Attachments function available when you post a reply or start a new thread.

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    Default Re: Teutonia Clock Manufactory Phillip Haas and Son (RE: bluerose)

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerose View Post
    I am going to be moving soon and thought i should start to empty the attic , i came across this clock in a box and it must have been there about 40 years ,all i know is from the large sticker on the inside of the clock at the back it says .

    Teutonia Clock Manufactory under that it says Trade Mark between which is a symbol of trees and i think an eagle and under that PHS and Warranted.
    PHS is also stamped on the workings and the number 20441 it looks very old can anyone help please .

    I dont know how to put pictures on to show you what it looks like sorry i am a newby.

    Hope these pictures show up and thankyou for any help in advance
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Phillip Haas and Son clock 3.jpg   Phillip Haas and Son clock 2.jpg   Phillip Haas and Son clock 1.jpg  

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    Default Re: Teutonia Clock Manufactory Phillip Haas and Son (RE: bluerose)

    Your clock is missing some parts (the anchor, suspension and pendulum). A good clock repairman will be able to fix this. Very nice looking case, worth spending some money to make it work.
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