Post your maker's name clocks

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  1. inbeat

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    Just wondering if there is an interest in adding Chelsea Clock Co. (and or Boston Clock Co. or Vermont Clock Co) to this thread?
     
  2. Steven Thornberry

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    I can start one, but before I do, there's that matter of a clock or ten I was wanting - just in the way of a bribe, mind you. Oh, well, you provide the initial fodder, I can add it, and we'll see how it goes. All three can be included. I have found in the past that these are often ignored, but who knows?
     
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    I own a Chelsea Regulator #3 with the maker's name on the dial together with the name Louis Weule Co., San Francisco. Frank Menez shared this information about Louis Weule in another thread:

    "Chronometer Makers of the World by Tony Mercer Page 254

    Louis Weule 6 California Street San Francisco 1900-25

    Chronometer & nautical Instrument makers"

    Weule did not make this clock, but he may have sold it. David, Owen.or
     

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    Very nice clock David. I do not own a Chelsea regulator and only a couple of their wooden clocks. Unfortunately I came upon a Chelsea Regulator #5 but sold it prior to finding how rare it was.
     

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