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    Posted 1 month ago

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    I got this clock and been trying to figure out what the model name and year is. It is still in working condition.

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    1. RichmondLori RichmondLori, 1 month ago
      Welcome to CW!

      take a look at the link below for some history on this clock company.
    2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 month ago
      Hello. I would also like to welcome you to Collectors Weekly: Clocks.
      It looks to me as though you have a model called the "Acme" which is missing some of its decorative molding. There appears to be a remnant on the left side of the case (looking at the clock). These models were symmetrical so something is definitely missing on the right side. If this is indeed an "Acme" that you are posting, there would be some decorative molding on the top as well.

      The Acme was from circa 1882 and had an 8-day Time and Strike Movement. Your clock also appears to be missing its "Gong" which would have been struck on the hour by that little hammer hanging down towards the middle of the case in your photos.

      Your clock has had a hard life but it's still ticking, huh? Ingraham was one of the giants among American Clock Manufacturers from about the mid 19th to the mid 20th Centuries. (very roughly)

      Thanks for sharing and once again, welcome!


      I worked on one of these a few years ago. I'll see if I have any photos stored away.
    3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 month ago
      BTW, we have a great summary of the Ingraham Clock Company on Collectors Weekly as well. You can find it right here:

    4. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 month ago
      Here's a post I just completed of an Ingraham Acme.

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