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Ingraham Clocks31 of 50Kitchen clock - belonged to my grandfather's sisterIngraham clock
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Posted 4 years ago


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My Grandmother found this clock in Wisconsin, during the depression. It has been in the family since. I can't find any information as to when it was made, would love to know more about it.

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  1. pw-collector pw-collector, 4 years ago
    The E. Ingraham Co. & their many firms spanned the years 1828 - 1978. Your clock shown in the book, Ingraham Clocks & Watches by Tran Duy Ly, page 320, is called the Monterrey, solid oak, mission finish.
    Dial: 12-3/4 inches
    Height: 27-1/2 inches
    Eight Day, Time $5.85
    Eight Day Strike $6.85
    These are 1911 prices.
    Hope this helps,
  2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 4 years ago
    This style is referred to as a "Mission Wall Clock". It's characterized by straight, simple lines of construction. Usually made of oak and popular during the first 20-20 years of the 20th century. Modern reproductions are still available today. For a very informative and concise history of the Ingraham Clock Co. see the Collectors Weekly article at:
    Thanks for sharing your heirloom with us.
  3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 4 years ago
    Note: "20-20 years" above should read "10-20 years"
  4. oldoakfarm, 4 years ago
    Thank you both sooo much!!

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