Question regarding Electric Clock Manufacturers.

Discussion in 'Electric Horology' started by H.Weiland, Feb 5, 2002.

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  1. H.Weiland

    H.Weiland Deceased
    Deceased

    Does anyone have knowledge of the history of the line dating from the 1920's
    or 30's of electric mantel clocks, the movements of which were made by the
    German firm Mauthe, powered
    by Hammond synchronous motors, cased by Colonial Mfg. Company, and sold
    under the names; Bulova, Hammond and :???:? My particular question is how long
    did this association last, and any history of this series of clocks. The
    ones (2) I have seen are in "historical" case styles, and very well done. These are high class clocks, not advertising clocks with a large name on the dial.

    Thanks for any help!

    Henry Weiland
    Milwaukee
     
  2. H.Weiland

    H.Weiland Deceased
    Deceased

    Does anyone have knowledge of the history of the line dating from the 1920's
    or 30's of electric mantel clocks, the movements of which were made by the
    German firm Mauthe, powered
    by Hammond synchronous motors, cased by Colonial Mfg. Company, and sold
    under the names; Bulova, Hammond and :???:? My particular question is how long
    did this association last, and any history of this series of clocks. The
    ones (2) I have seen are in "historical" case styles, and very well done. These are high class clocks, not advertising clocks with a large name on the dial.

    Thanks for any help!

    Henry Weiland
    Milwaukee
     

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