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    Posted 6 years ago

    Billcephus…
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    I recently purchased this clock at an antique outlet. The face is marked with Waterbury in the upper middle, and Made In The U.S.A. By Waterbury Clock Co. under the 6 and 7. The inner workings are also marked with Waterbury Clock Co. There are four patent dates inside, the earliest is 1910, the latest 1924. it has a dual chime on the hour, and a single on the half hour. There is no other documentation with the clock. I have searched many locations on the web hoping to find a similar clock and get an idea of a manufacture date, but can't seem to find this particular clock. it seems to be in very good condition and runs great. I have wanted a mantel clock for many years and this one is wonderful. Any information about my clock is greatly appreciated.

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    1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 6 years ago
      Hi,
      Not finding this particular case model in my references. Sounds like it's a "bim-bam" Tambour (aka Napolean Hat, Camel, Humpback) mantel clock. My guess is that it is from circa 1930 give or take 5 years, but I'm not sure. Nice, clean clock. Thanks for sharing.
    2. Billcephus2002, 6 years ago
      Thanks Bruce99. I am unable to find any information either. Leave it to me to find an odd ball. I will keep on with the hunt.
    3. cue606, 6 years ago
      Might want to try this link and see if you can find it. Very nice!

      http://www.antiquewaterburyclocks.com/Waterbury-Model-Names.php
    4. Billcephus2002, 6 years ago
      cue606 - That is actually the first site I looked at. I went through every model and did not see this particular one. Thanks
    5. cue606, 6 years ago
      No problem, it's worth a shot. The face looks like aluminum, which seems odd, is it?
    6. Billcephus2002, 6 years ago
      I believe it is aluminum

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