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Ingraham Clocks12 of 32Ingraham 8 Day Banjo Wall Clock Bristol Connecticutt vintage antique With KeyThe Ingraham Co. Wall Clock
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Posted 1 year ago

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Can't quite read what the paper on the face says - but believe it's just E. Ingraham Company, Bristol, Conn.

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  1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 1 year ago
    You are lucky! When a kid, my mother made me strip paint off one almost identical. We didn't speak for years! That was in the 50's if that helps dating.
  2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 year ago
    This is from the Ingraham Clock Company's "Lake Line" of Wood Case Mantel Clocks. Your model was called "Seneca" and is from circa 1915.

    Here's one that sold at auction recently for $50: http://p2.la-img.com/999/22119/7656222_1_l.jpg

    As you can see it had some condition issues, but even so that was a pretty low price for one. Normally one could expect a nice example in working order to sell for at least $100 give or take $25...at auction. Retail, you could probably double that in most markets.

    Nice looking clock. Thanks for sharing it.
  3. klnb, 1 year ago
    Thanks so much for the detailed information. It is still running great, although the hour chimes about three minutes late. We probably should get that looked at.

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