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Posted 4 years ago

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Clock runs great. Any idea what it is worth? It is in my 92 year old Mother's kitchen.

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  1. richard lindblad, 4 years ago
    hi, i have one just like it. i just had a new main spring installed and the whole workings refreshed just this week. it cost me $140.00 but well worth it to me. the clock was made between 1903 and 1920. mines circa 1910. i've had mine since the early 70's used it every day since i bought it and it always kept good time until the main spring broke. now it will again. price....it's priceless.... the bell ring on the hr and half hr is pure joy to my ears
  2. jjenks, 4 years ago
    Thank you very much for telling me about the history of the clock.
  3. Susan, 3 years ago
    My clock is exactly like this; however, it is a Seikosha that I got in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan (1972). It is a beautiful clock. I was a little confused about Richard Lindblad's comment re: $140. Was this the cost of the clock or the repairs? I'm curious because my clock was purchased with Japanese Yen.
    Thanks!

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