- Dec 8, 2021
It appears you have a ST Shasta model circa 1910'ish. You can get the celuloid collums from e-bay fairly cheap and as for value it is worth more as an heirloom than a collectable..This has been in my family 70+ years. I have had it 30+ and never wind it as it seems tight and don’t wish to break it. Would like info as to any value it may have and how to sell it.
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Amazing! I'm not sure where you are getting your numbers, but around here the going rate would be around $15 to $20 for a clock in that condition.This is quite a high-end offering from the ST Adamantine series. Value is around $150 as-is and can be more if restored. I am finding an increase in sold clock prices despite the "decrease". That said, it could been sold for $1000 if the correct person came across it! It's a keeper. Please contact a repairman and they will gladly assist in setup and proper use.
Amazing! I'm not sure where you are getting your numbers, but around here the going rate would be around $15 to $20 for a clock in that condition.
Ray Rice, in semi-upstate New York
The correct person is what I’m referring to. Please get that straight. I’m out.Really?