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    Posted 1 year ago

    YourVintiq…
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    The history I know on this...it came from an antique store owned by my stepmother‘s first husband‘s parents… Yes I understand a lot of steps. The antique store was in Alabama and this was a wedding gift from them to my stepmom and her first husband. Supposedly from late 1700s; however, I find that hard to document.

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     C.1905 JUNGHANS GERMANY ANTIQUE PLATO FLIP DIGITAL TICKET DESK CLOCK PALLWEBER
    C.1905 JUNGHANS GERMANY ANTIQUE PL...
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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 1 year ago
      It looks like an 1800s English grandfather clock. There are some clock experts here so I'll let them chime in.
    2. YourVintiques YourVintiques, 1 year ago
      Thank you for sharing and helping me to learn more!
    3. YourVintiques YourVintiques, 1 year ago
      Ha! “Chime in” !!!!
      Love it
    4. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 year ago
      It's old, but perhaps not that old. You should do a search on the Maker's name and location: "JD Caris Gateshead".

      After a brief search it looks like this person made (or assembled) clocks, watches and barometers. Circa would be around 1870-ish.

      It's a Beauty. Thanks for sharing with us.

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