Hi, I am looking for some information concerning John Troughton. I was unable to get a photo of the movement. However, from the Internet I discovered that Troughton lived in Helstone. Any other information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Okay, I'm back. Attached is a photo of the Forestville Clock Co. label. At the bottom of the label is printed: CALHOUN PRINTING CO., 66 STATE STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. I have also attached a photo of the unusual tablet. The glass is wavey and I see no pry marks indicating the glass had been...
Hi, I have a brass movement OG with a Forestville Clock Co, Forestville, Conn label. Can anyone tell me the dates that company made clocks? Was the Forestville Manufacturing Co. earlier or later? Regards
Hi, I just purchased a Junghans wall clock and discovered it is missing an eagle top and a round finial for the bottom. It's like looking for a needle in a haystack but is there one out there? Any help greatly appreciated.
You have a great H. Welton clock with its brass movement and "Improved Brass Clocks" lable. I have a flat front walnut H. Welton with the same label but with a wood plate movement. It probably was made during Welton's transition from wood movement to brass movement clocks. Thanks for...
Can you help me determine when my Junghaqns was made. Plate is marked B-20, 104 1/2. The clock is 39 inches tall. I do not think the pendulum is original but not sure. A photo from a catalog would be great. Thanks for your reply.
Boy jacks61fd, thanks for pointing out the fact that my clock needs a small piece of wood with a beat scale at the bottom of the weight board. I never noticed the space before now. Do you have a description/photo of the beat scale?
I have a similar Seth Thomas Regulator that I think is early based on the condition of the wood. The case was made from pine. I don't think it had ever been veneered. Someone told me that all No 1 Regulators had the weight hidden by a weight board. Can anyone tell if this is an early model?
I am restoring an S. B. Jerome round gallery clock and need a replacement or repair of the movements hairspring. The spring is .0045" thick, .0355" wide and 11.5" long. The movement is similar to the one shown. Can anyone advise me as what to do? Regards.