Seikosha wall clock and one other unknown wall clock

Steven Thornberry

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The dial logo of the one on the left is tolerably unclear, but it might be either Mizuno or Nimaru S. Look at logos S08 and S20 at this site. Otherwise, possibly also Seikosha.

Pictures of the movements may help us.
 

sdowney717

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These were in wife's fathers house, so part of his estate. I doubt anyone is going to have an interest in the double circle clock, needs a lot work. The wood pieces of the clock are loose.
Question is what to do with it?
 

George Nelson

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Personally, I think it is attractive. Why not try to re-glue the pieces and proudly hang it on the wall? After all, it has survived many years so far- help it to live a few more years as intended!

Best,

George Nelson
 

harold bain

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Fix and sell.
 

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