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Posted 5 years ago


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I got this at a garage sale for $20...I just had to have it ,so did a few other people i had to hold it tight to not have it snatched out of my hands lol looks stunning on my fire place mantel...theres no damage and it works!....would love to know more about it ..value etc xoxox

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  1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
    This general style of clock is called the "Novelty" clock. (There is no scale reference but from the dial it looks rather small). Larger versions were referred to as metal mantel clocks. They were very popular in circa 1910-1920.

    Not familiar with that trademark on the dial. It looks like a Waterbury but that's not a Waterbury or F. Kroeber trademark. It could be for J. C. Brown, but I'm not sure that he manufactured these kinds of clock cases or movements. Are there any other marks on the case, back or movement?

    As far as finding random antique clocks and getting their market value, you might want to check out There is a lot of free information there to get you started. If you can find a manufacturer, or model name or number you can do a search on eBay for free "value" pricing. You can also subscribe to to get access to their price references.

    Good luck.
  2. xxmagsxx xxmagsxx, 5 years ago
    lol...crazy what one finds when they look says "The Jennings Brothers".....bridgeport conn usa
  3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
    That's a new manufacturer to me. That's one of the things that I really enjoy about this website. If you do a search of "Completed listings" on eBay (check box under the Advanced Search options) for Jennings Brothers Clock", you'll find quite a few hits. That will give you a fair idea of what clocks similar to yours are currently fetching on the open market. It's a nice clock. Thanks for sharing it with us.
  4. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
    Here's a website with some historical information on the Company:
  5. xxmagsxx xxmagsxx, 5 years ago
    tku so much bruce xoxox

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