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I need to get the serial number because some things aren't fitting. Thanks for the information.
I guess with the demand of the "steampunk" style designs, these clocks and pocket watches have gotten faked a lot in the past ten or fifteen years. I'm no expert but if you want it for anything other ...
At first glance I would guess it's a Seth Thomas or maybe Jerome & Company clock, being it's a fairly typical mantle clock design, but the hands aren't typical of those clockmakers at all. If you open...
Regulator is the wall hung pendulum driven style. W. Haid I believe was a clock company of West Germany which is now defunct. I think they were known to have used some Hermle movements in their clocks...
No problem, it's worth a shot. The face looks like aluminum, which seems odd, is it?
What a beautiful clock! I've always been a big fan of the regulators. Thanks for sharing.
Might want to try this link and see if you can find it. Very nice! http://www.antiquewaterburyclocks.com/Waterbury-Model-Names.php
It's actually Howard Miller Clock Co. founded 1926. I would guess the number change and marking over of the original number is from repairs to the movement by a professional horologist who may have ch...
According to the case it's made in Hong Kong. Not sure when it was made but I know it was in my grandmother's kitchen since I can remember which was at least since the early 80's.
That's the one, it's a Rex. Definately the workhorse of it's day. There were quite a few models of this particular movement. Amazingly enough mine does not appear to have had any work done. The bearin...
Sure tom61375, here are two more pictures.
According to my research although my clock is of German origin it was produced in the Brittish style popular at the time for use in the stair landings of town homes. Hence the occasional reference as ...
It was apparently made by Urgos a German clockmaker circa 1930. It's certainly a unique one and a great chime sound.
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll give it a try because I'm stumped.
Thanks for the link toolate2, I'm glad there's others out there being appreciated. I am very fond of mine!
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