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I was hopeful someone could help me identify this Waterbury Tambour clock. It appears to be made from Yellow Bakelite. It has a signed paper dial,...
No, no movement, just the case.
Does anyone recognize the mark on this pub clock. It looks to me like GRV or GVR. The case is dated 1928, with what looks like a crown.
Thanks again for all your expertise. I stumbled on to this when buying about thirty clocks in a cleanout.
Thank you guys!
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I was wondering if there was a relationship between E. Ingraham and E.N Welch clock companies.
I recently purchased an "Arch Column #1" and when...
Thank you so much Graham
I appreciate your time.
I was told by a jeweler the reason for the two holes was one is for winding, and the other is for setting the time.
Thank you all....here is the picture of the inside cover
Can anyone give me some information on this watch? It was my great grandfathers watch, I think it is from about the 1850's, but I cant find any...
Thanks again Steve!:)
Thanks again Steve.
Do you know if the "VP" difference is the barrel pendulum, or was that pretty much optional on all clocks?
Can anyone help identify this mantel clock. The movement is unsigned, and I don't know enough to determine who the maker was.
Here are some...
Does anyone know anything about this clock? I am assuming it is for an old car.
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Thank you so much. It does appear to be similar
Here are some pictures of the movement and case it is in. I know the maker won't be easy to ID, but I was wondering how old the clock is?[ATTACH]...
I've been looking, but cannot find anything except "LAKE".
It is centered between the 10 and the 2.
Thanks so much for looking :)
Thanks....It looks like the dial said "LAKE" originally, but painted over long ago.
Made about 1900 or so?
I was hoping someone could help me by identifying this pub clock. I have taken pictures of the movement and case.
Thank you for your help!...