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Discussion in 'General Clock Discussions' started by strangerthings, Mar 20, 2020.
Can’t figure it out. Won’t it at auction but not sure on the maker/model. Thanks!
while folks might be able to recognize the maker from the case style, there are often labels (or engravings) in the inside bottoms of the cases, sometimes makers' marks on the dials, etc. the best way to identify any clock, though, is to provide lots of photos from all angles... and especially of the movement with dial and hands removed.
Yea, I totally get it. I bought it for $10 at auction so I was just curious before I received it in the mail.
This is the Waterbury Hillsdale. It is shown in Tran Duy Ly's book on Waterbury Clocks (vol. 1) from the 1906 catalogue.
Nice catch for $10! Hope the shipping wasn't too high...