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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

    Cool Numechron, I have seen another one of a Conestoga wagon. I am searching high and low for both yours' and the wagon.
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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: rlwindle)

    Don't know the model # of my only one...
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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: swolf)

    Yours is a model 1364. I was manufactured with a lighter wood upper section also.

    Russ

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

    I got my covered wagon numechron.Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: rmarkowitz1_cee4a1)

    NCR made these clocks from 1938 into 1970s, the 1953 seem to be the most prolific, these were given to their top sales people, the CPC stands for Century Points Club. Mine still has the salesman's initials on it. Below is a pic of mine and one from 1938.

    The cases for these were handmade, they were not mass-produced and were never sold to the general public.

    Russ
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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: rlwindle)

    I got another more elaborate Conestoga Wagon Tele-vision, Pennwood, Numechron. ithas two oxen pulling the wagon.



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    Here is another Western theme Numechron I bought
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    Default Re: 1937 Bronze Pennwood Numechron (By: rlwindle)

    Here is the chrome one or gunmetal grey one. There were more of the Copper ones made than the gun metal ones made, they rarely come up for sale or at auction.


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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

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    Got out this at a yard sale. Really love it. Seems to be made of bronze or copper. Works!

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: kinglupid)

    Green Plaskon model 104 wall clock from the mid-late 1930s

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: Larry48075)

    Here's another
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    Default Re: 1937 Bronze Pennwood Numechron (By: TEACLOCKS)

    Teaclocks,
    This is one of the first Pennwood's that was manufactured, it is the model 302, if you look at the bottom of the Pennwood tag it says, in small letters, "Pat'd Appl'd for" which dates this 1934 to early 1935. Have you ever re-connected and re-wrapped a coil? I did my first Pennwood coil a few months back, using the instructions for a Hammond clock, it was tedious but not to difficult. I just bought one of the 302s to go with my 303, 304, and 305


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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

    Quote Originally Posted by T.W.P View Post
    Here is a really kool Pennwood clock I acquired a number of years ago. No model number that I can find
    That's a NICE one! It was actually made by Mastercrafters using a Pennwood movement instead of their usual Sessions movement. The Mastercrafters clocks with these movements are very rare. Only made for a year or so (about 1940) just before world war 2. I have one also.

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

    This clock belonged to my grandmother . The sticker inside says Tele-Vision Corp of America. Aug 1949. However the motor was made by Pennwood Neumchron of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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    Default Re: Post your Pennwood Numechrons Here (By: T.W.P)

    Would love to find a replacement motor for this. On top of the back cover it's hard to see but it says "35B"Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: 1937 Bronze Pennwood Numechron

    Quote Originally Posted by TEACLOCKS View Post
    Im working on this clock.
    The motor must be burnt out (no ohm)
    Is there a place that will repair the windings or replacement motor or used ?
    Thank you
    It's been four years, but I hope Tea figured out he can use a Telechron/GE B type coil assy and coil pole, almost a exact fit. Make sure to tighten fasteners very tight or will hum. CW

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