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    Posted 11 years ago

    senor_trunk
    (28 items)

    There is paper work inside that says 8 day Brass Clock And I think the maker is E Ingraham
    Date on the paper is April 1848 I think
    Anybody help me with info on this clock and a possible value
    Given to me by my grandmother
    Thanks

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    1. senor_trunk senor_trunk, 11 years ago
      thanks officialfuel
    2. James James, 11 years ago
      here is a place to start
      http://mackeysclockrepair.com/historyingraham.html
    3. senor_trunk senor_trunk, 11 years ago
      thanks james
      ill ck it out
    4. aster47, 10 years ago
      ingraham clocks, bristol, ct.
    5. Bruce99 Bruce99, 9 years ago
      Hi,
      Looks like an Ingraham "Doric-Extra" circa 1880, with a book value of $300. Depending upon condition, they usually sell on eBay for somewhere between $75 and $150.

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