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BIG D

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I recently acquired this clock. It is obviously a married piece. The movement and repro face are marked Waterbury. The movement drop is much too long for this case and it has been "rigged" to work.

I would like to know is this originally a waterbury or some other brand of case if any one can help. The distinctive feature (and one I like) on this case is the side pieces at the bottom. They are "3-d" carved, Not stamped flat boards. Any help will be appreciated as usual.
 

harold bain

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Hi, Don. The side of your picture is too dark to make out, but my first thought was "Ingraham", so I checked my Ingraham book, and found the "Arctic" with an identical top piece, and base.
 

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Thanks Harold! What year is that catalog? Just checking approx date.

Here is another pic using a flash of the side pieces. maybe it will help.

You folks really make this board an assett.

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Don, it is one of the 'Ocean line' from 1915. It came only in oak. Side pieces are completely different on yours. Can't see your glass well enough to compare it.
 
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