E. Ingraham Kitchen Clock

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  1. CrazyClock Man

    CrazyClock Man Registered User

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    Today my wife purchased this clock and it's marked on the back identifying it as an E. Ingraham clock with instructions for setting up and winding the clock. But what I'm confused about is the trademark on the dial. Any idea who the trademark belongs to? Thank you.
     

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  2. harold bain

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    Hi, CCM, your clock is one of the spring line, the "April", shown in Tran Duy Ly's Ingraham book from a 1907 catalog picture. Your dial paper is a replacement, made by the E. & J. Swigart Company, a parts supplier from Cincinnati, now defunct.
    The movement in your clock should have a date code on the front plate.
     
  3. CrazyClock Man

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    Harold, you are correct. On the back of the clock it does say April and I was confused about the trademark. Thank you very much for the information.
     
  4. JimMM

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    THANKS for solving that mystery! That logo is also on the dial of my New Haven short-drop octagon and it's always been puzzling! :)
     

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