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Vintage Bentima 8 Day Great Britain Clock

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Mantel Clocks309 of 479Wm L Gilbert clock co Winsted Conn u.s.a. no 426 seth thomas
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Posted 3 years ago


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This another of my many clocks. This one is a Bentima 8 Day Clock made in Great Britain. This clock is a great piece does have the original key and pendulum. It does have a couple of blemishes a couple of wood chips on front and the gong block in back is a bit loose. The movement has a number 016961 and an image that says perivale all British clock. I was wondering if someone could date this piece for me. I was told it could be from the 1880s thru 1930s. I know the right ones are worth some good money. Thanks.

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  1. whitman75 whitman75, 3 years ago
    I fixed the gong there was an old screw at the bottom that needed to be tightened. niceeeee
  2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
    It's art deco so that would suggest 20's-30's. Between WW I and WW II, eh? That would be my guess.
  3. rlwindle rlwindle, 1 month ago
    These Perivale clocks were marketed under various names, this one was marketed under "Bentima " which helps to date it. They were also marketed under "Anvil" (which dates prior to 1935) etc. This one dates after 1935.

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