I am having trouble ID'ing these clocks.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
7. Small unbranded 'tin can' alarm clock. Bevelled glass. Note: Missing the entire alarm winding shaft, so any info about its replacement would be very helpful!
8. Gordian Hettich Sohn cuckoo clock with...
I am having trouble ID'ing these clocks.
Any info would be greatly appreciated! Pictures included.
1. Time-only movement stamped '1 41667'. American?
2. Unbranded peg-leg alarm clock. 4in dial. German? 1915?
Unbranded mini onyx clock. Germany with fancy movement. 4in tall
Seeking Platform Escapement ETD for Smiths KA18735 Military Clock with ASTRAL movement.See photographs.
Movement runs and stops. Balance wheel seems a bit wobbly. Any other parts for this clock will be considered
How fast will these clocks run with this cold weather? I figure if the temperature drops another 20 or 30 degrees I could launch this clock off an aircraft carrier! :eek:
The minute hand is about to spin off the face!
I am pretty new to this board and I have to tell you I was very impressed seeing the pic from the vast collection of Phil and started to think(YES to think).
I am sure that most of you guys have a rich collection of clocks as well.
Now I was wondering, when you have so many clocks...
OK, I'm just using this as a little anger managment, a chance for everyone to have a little rant about other people who may interfear with your precious clocks!
I have two brothers and my Mum, they are constanting stopping my clocks which really really annoys me. I don't want people messing...
I have a mantel pendulum clock with "Gubelin Lucern" on the face. Stamped on the back brass plate are the following 170, EA, and inclosed in an oval "AGUL R5". Any information about this clock or where I can obtain a history of the Gubelin Clock Company will be appreceiated. Thank you ...
As John Hubby requested, here's a link to some not-really-good photos of some of my clocks, and the pertinent details.
The photos are at my Flickr site: The Clocks
#1 is a K&O marked "The National Silver Co.," and "GERMANY", plus serial #13033; it's plate #1559 in the Book. The pendulum...
Am i correct in thinking Forestville clocks are Canadian made.I know that the clock may or had been assembled here and movements are German made.I have one that has a Hermle in it and another one a mantle has a unmarked movement i think German made also.
How do I size the suspension spring for an early 1960's Kundo electric impulse clock? I have recently obtained two of these, one with the 6-jewel movement, one with the later (cheaper) no jewel movement and both need new springs One is torn, producing tremendous lateral movements in the...
I've begun trying to help my dad who has been a memeber of NAWCC for many years.
He has a two year back log for repairs at his shop in Rocky River, Ohio and he is slowing down. He can't find people to help him and he is less capable of training people now so it may be time to call it a day. I...
Does anyone have an opinon if these old clocks 30's to 40's have any value and are worth collecting? I am thinking about starting a collection of mantle clocks from GE/Telechron from the 30s and 40s. Thanks
Today I have visited this web about Morez Clocks.
It's really interesting and has a lot of information about Morez Clocks.
This is a nice Morez Clock. Don't you think?
I received my Seesions miniature banjo clock (about 23 inches from top to bottom). While opening up the wrappings, I got too excited, and pulled out the clock before the wrappings were undone. And the end result was that I broke the little eagle statue on top of my clock.
I have 2 questions...
I would like to ask any members who own a Watson Hollow Column Clock if they would please send me photos of their clocks. If I use any of them for my research I will give you full credet for the photos. Thank you.
Hi, Scott, welcome to the message board. I checked in Spittler and Bailey's American Clocks and could find nothing on your maker to indicate he was making clocks in the 1700's. Perhaps the historical society is out by 100 years. Charles is the only Cooper listed for Lebanon, with dates of...