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Wall Clocks224 of 2321920s Waterbury Regulator Clock--from one-room schoolhouseNew Haven Wall Clock
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Posted 7 years ago

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I have had this clock for 25 years. Bought at auction for 50 bucks.. I clean & oil it once a year. Keeps good time & has a beautifull sound on the half & hour!!! 40s, 50s maybe? Thank for lookin!


  1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 7 years ago
    Nice looking New Haven clock, I would lean towards the 1940's for your clock.
  2. jsw14 jsw14, 7 years ago
    Thanks Tom... I wasn't that far off then....Happy Pickin.....
  3. Barbara Johnson, 7 years ago
    I have a chiming Ansonia wall clock. It has three holes to wind it up. How should it be wound up? It doesn't seem to last a week. It does chime. It has a key that I use in each hole to wind it up, but do not want to wind too tight. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
  4. olegaclockman47, 7 years ago
    Your clock should be fully wound to run for at least 8 days.just wind all 3 springs and you will know when it's fully wound you can't turn it ant further.
  5. olegaclockman47, 7 years ago
    Barbara I have 16 that I wind every sunday. and that' suppose to say turn it any further
  6. Natalie, 7 years ago
    I just inherited a clock that looks similar to yours. Could you tell me what the keyhole on the right side is for? I know the keyhole of the left is for winding the clock. Thank you.
  7. ticktocktime100 ticktocktime100, 6 years ago
    I would think that this clock is german because of the style and the maker may be on the movement back plate, generally. The clock is probably likely to be 20's. Thanks, and great price too!

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