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Posted 7 years ago

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Maria
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I would like to know the value of this clock. It has been given to me something like 25 years ago and we only used it for the basement for a little while. We like it a lot but don't know much about it.
It's from The New Haven Clock Co.. On the front, I can read ELM CITY. and ELECTRIC under it. It's made of wood with a dark oak finish. The front of the clock opens itself and there is a starter. It has a short electric cord at the back.
Thanks for any information.

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  1. Tom DeVisser, 7 years ago
    I have the same clock and am also looking for info. There is a clock shop near my home I am going to bring it to and if I get any info I will try to let you know
  2. Maria, 7 years ago
    Thanks and good luck. I would appreciate any info on it.
  3. Tom , 7 years ago
    I was unable to find info on this clock. The clock man didn,t think there was anything extra valuable about my clock.
  4. Maria, 7 years ago
    Thanks for trying.
  5. Skins81, 2 months ago
    What year was this clock be?
    I have the same clock.
    I'm getting it fixed .
    Thanks and email me any information .
    It has a starter,
    Greg
  6. Skins81, 2 months ago
    I heard without the starter that was around 1940, with the starter, was before 1940, even the 1920s.
    Is there anyway to pinpoint within a few years the year of a clock with the starter ?
    Greg
  7. Skins81, 2 months ago
    Are there any clock experts out there that know what the color of the second hand would be back in the 1920s or 30s ??
    Greg

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