I'm seeing used grandfather clocks for sale all the time, on Craigslist and in antique and second-hand stores. They seem to be going for a few hundred dollars or less, and I imagine they cost way more originally. Or perhaps there's a source for cheap grandfather clocks I don't know about that's feeding this. They go for less than I can make one for, even less than what the movements cost, although in most cases I can't tell what movement is inside. Anyway, is the market being flooded with decent clocks, depressing prices? Or are there lots of cheap, junky ones floating around. I understand it's difficult to tell for any particular clock, I'm wondering if there's some sort of trend going on.