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Older Pequegnat clocks will have labels indicating they were made in Berlin, Ontario. This dates them to before 1916, when Berlin changed its name to Kitchener (a reaction to WW1).Hello Robert,
Pequegnat Clock Co. was located in Kitchener Ontario (1900 - 1940 approximate dates). It was the most successful Canadian clock company. The company made a wide variety of mantle clocks and several wall versions (both weight and spring driven). Cases were typically oak; it made its own movements and cases.
There was at least one Bulletin article and one book about the company.
My wife and I visited a Pequegnat clock collector in Canada and was amazed at the variety of clocks the company produced - he had at least 100 different examples and was still looking for other ones.
They are popular with Canadian collectors and US folks living near Canada.
Hi Snitz,Hello All
Being a collector of Pequegnat clocks I thought I would start this thread , I hope there are more Peq. collectors out there who would like to post their clocks also .
It would have been made in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada but how it got to Colorado would be an interesting story. I read recently that a vast majority of Pequegnat clocks are still found in Ontario Canada.There is no city listed on the dial, just Canada. The label on the back is missing. i picked it up at an auction in Colorado. It was dirty and unwound, but just a little cleaning and setting up, and its running great!
I suspect it's closer to 1941, but it would be great to track where its been and when...
Finally got around to getting this one up & running. I was under the impression this was a "Victoria". I found a label on the back door which calls it a Citadel". are these two models that similar? See post # 30Here's mine. I haven't done anything to this yet, it's getting close to the top of the list for cleaning. The dial reads Berlin.