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Posted 4 years ago

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Dont know much about this clock. It has a waterbury label on the back. It is a complete clock with key, and it works. We do know that Great-Grandma passed it down. We believe she brought it to the USA from Norway about 1880. Not sure. Anyone know anything about this clock or it's value please let us know.

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  1. Babalooie, 4 years ago
    Looks like a kitchen clock. The Waterbury Clock Company was located in Waterbury Conn.
  2. jsw14 jsw14, 4 years ago
    Very nice kitchen clock. I sold 2 of these for 175 ea. But I had a starting price of 225... Good Luck!
  3. BDRankey BDRankey, 4 years ago
    It's beautiful and it DOES look like what they call a "kitchen" clock. I got one too thru my Grandmother, it has a very faded label from the New Haven Clock Company. I am now the 5th generation to own it and I love it. Had mine overhauled at the Frankenmuth Clock Co. In F rankenmuth Michigan, old German clock people who really know their stuff. It cost me $200 to have it done but worth every penny.
  4. tikiray tikiray, 4 years ago
    Had one like this growing up, we called it a gingerbread clock.
  5. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
    If you're still out there, this is called Waterbury's "Corning" model circa 1890.

    Here are a couple of photos of other examples:

    http://p2.la-img.com/179/9795/2111710_1_l.jpg
    http://p2.la-img.com/999/22119/7656228_1_l.jpg

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