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Posted 6 years ago


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Hello Collectors, My parents purchsed a farm in 1952. On that farm was this clock abandoned in the garage attic. I don't know how many years it was there. The top V on the wooden box was shattered. My father put together a tin V top over the wooden back-box. This box housed the mechanical parts. There is tattered paper glued behind the mechanical parts. On that paper, printed, are the words Salo____room No. Waterbury. That's all I can read without taking the mechanism apart. The clock does work and has a nice ring tone. The front of the clock is in great shape. My Father cleaned it up. The clock face hasn't been touched at all. Can anyone out there tell me more about this clock?
Sincerely, Priscilla

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  1. Jake, 6 years ago
    Hey wondreful clock there is a company bay the name Waterbury lacated in London. you mayy want to look them up . Dose it run? I would love to get it running when you do post it so we can all enjoy it tic toc and ring!

    Dosent look like the original paint looks cast iron I would sa bring it doen to the metal without polishing it and make the faces on the women balck with just hints of a black through the case I would love to be teh one to work on this clock for you. Sincerly jake

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