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Possibly the "Adrian" from the 1915-1916 catalog. Listed for $8.90 ea.
This is page 41 of the E. Ingraham 1939-1940 catalog.
Ingraham also produced early television cabinets. I wonder if any still exist....
This is from the E. Ingraham 1938-1939 Catalog page 40.
This is a dumb question but here goes. What makes an 89H movement different from other 89 movements?
The mainspring was indeed broken. I suspect it was broken for a very long time. That's why the rest of it is in such good shape as it obviously...
Thank you Firegriff.
Thank you all for your opinions and advice. I'm still thinking repair but will finally decide after diagnosis.
Thank you richiec. I like the watch. I think I'll have it repaired.
With your good advice, I managed to remove the cover without damaging it, the watch, or myself.
The movement serial number is 17174627.
Thank you richec and Kent.
I have tried to unscrew the back but so far have been unsuccessful. Since it's not running anyway I'll take it to a...
What I know about it:
1. Daughter bought it at an estate sale.
2. It doesn't run.
3. I won't take the back off because:
A. I don't know how -...
Steven - It is possible it once had feet. Now it has small well worn felt (maybe) pads that have vestiges of something green on them. The case...
Case is heavy,appears to be bronze. Unfortunately I don't have access to Tran's books.
Thank you Willie.
What I don't know about clocks is legendary. So here goes. Is this a Gothic or Beehive or ?? The back access door and the key are missing. It came...
Re: New Ingraham "Egyotion revival?" clock
Looks like it's the "Palace" from the E. Ingraham 1923-1924 catalog.
It could be the "Canto" from the E. Ingraham 1925-1926 catalog.
Cost and where - He was asking the cost to restore the dial and where to get it done.
Your Ingraham may be the Bates model from the 1923 - 1924 catalog. It's hard to tell.