Horace Burr Wooden works

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  1. Richard T.

    Richard T. Deceased

    Apr 7, 2005
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    Greetings all.....

    Below is a picture of a wooden works clock by Horace Burr. Brian Loomes, Watchmakers & Clockmakers of the world (2006) lists him as Dundas, Canada 1830-1835. My question is: Does this fall in the same category as clocks with Southern labels? i. e. The clocks were bought in New England either as parts or assembled and the sellers label pasted in the clock.

    This was quite common south of the Mason/Dixon line. No wooden and/or brass works clocks were actually "made" by sellers like Columbus clock Co., Davis Clock Co., Southern Clock Co. etc..

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