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Recent activity90640 of 180849Not sure of this chairs history.....was a family piece Information would be great of its heritage! Thank you!DOROTHY DALE'S ENGAEMENT-BY MARGARET PENROSE-1917-BOOK.
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Posted 5 years ago


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I could use a little help on this one it measures 19 X 8 1/2 and is an 8 day with a strike on the hour I have found no markings accept the trade mark on the face so I haven't been able to even find who the trade mark belongs to. Any info would be appreciated, Thanks

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  1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
    Never seen that trademark before. Are there any "Made In XXX" notations on the dial, case or movement?
  2. schallerpen schallerpen, 5 years ago
    Bruce99 This is it no other markings what so ever, I have never pulled it apart so I don't know if the movement is marked or not.
  3. schallerpen schallerpen, 5 years ago
    Bruce99 I just noticed the same mark is stamped onto the metal base of the chime rod, other than that nothing.
  4. schallerpen schallerpen, 5 years ago
    Thanks toolate2 and Bruce99, pops52, mustangtony
  5. kerry10456 kerry10456, 5 years ago
    Sorry slow with my 2 cent. I'm 90% sure, this logo is a version of U S Time, which would make this a "Waterbury" clock from probably the 1940's.
  6. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
    I do not have, nor can I find online any references for United States Time Corporation Trademarks, nor can I find any detailed information regarding that time frame so I can't confirm or refute what you suggest Kerry. It makes good sense though. I think it would certainly be worth looking into further schallerpen. Sorry I couldn't find more definitive info.
  7. kerry10456 kerry10456, 5 years ago
    Bruce, if indeed a US Time Copr, trademark, the dates are from 1944-69, then the Timex name was the Company title.
  8. schallerpen schallerpen, 5 years ago
    Thanks to both kerry10456 and Bruce99 for your info, I guess the research continues.
  9. kerry10456 kerry10456, 5 years ago
    Your welcome, sorry I couldn't be more sure on the trademark, but pretty sure, I'll see if I can locate the marking on something. As I made reference to earlier, I believe it to be one of the earlier logo's, but might be totally off on that, the older I get, the more things get glased over in my thinking prosess.
  10. schallerpen schallerpen, 5 years ago
    Thanks kerry10456 I to have been looking around US Time but haven't stumbled upon anything yet.
  11. schallerpen schallerpen, 4 years ago
    Thanks pops52 It's still a mystery I pulled it apart to clean & oil and it has the same markings on the plates of the works but I've had no luck finding it any where.
  12. schallerpen schallerpen, 2 years ago
    Solved found out it's a Japanese trade mark now to just figure out the year!
  13. schallerpen schallerpen, 2 years ago
    It's still rather confusing the UST trade mark comes up Seikosha then I believe it went to Seikosha, which then I think became Seiko no pun intended but it's all foreign to me!
  14. schallerpen schallerpen, 2 years ago
    Spell check messed up it should be Eikosha then Seikosha then Seiko.

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