Information on this clock, please

by Cristina Speluzzi
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Automobile Dash Clock

Automobile Dash Clock

Hello everybody, a few years ago I received a legacy from an uncle, among the many things there were two car clocks. One's a Ford clock made by The New Haven Clock Co. (I'm including a picture of it ). I would very much like to know how old it is and to what Ford model, if possible.
Thank you very much!!.
Yours, Cristina Speluzzi ( Buenos Aires, Argentina ).

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New Haven Clock Company

by Arne
(Cromwell, CT.)

New Haven Wall Regulator

New Haven Wall Regulator

What I think I know is this clock was my father's and came from the Connecticut Bus Company when it existed. It came from the Middletown, CT, bus terminal as far as I know. As best I can remember, it has been in our house for about 50 years, and still runs daily.

It is definitely utilitarian, not decorative, so am assuming it came from either the garage office or the Middletown terminal waiting room.

Aside from replacing the weight cable and a slightly faded face, the clock is in very good condition, never having been stored and in use for years in our living room. When I sold that house, it moved with me and continues to run and keep accurate time... It has not been attended to in any way for years.. So, I'm sure it should be cleaned and lubricated.

Tough not interested in selling it, I would like to know its value.

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Murphy's antique clock

I have a mantel clock from my Grandfather. It is a New Haven clock and on inside of back door it says Tambour #76. I do not have the winding key in hand but am looking for it in the house. I am sure I will locate it.
It is beautiful wood - i am wondering what value may be?

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Fish Clock

New Haven Clock

New Haven Clock

The clock face has New Haven USA.
The front and back glasses are spherical and so magnifying.
It was handed down in the family from my (Victorian) Great Aunt.

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Uncle Frank's clock

New Haven Kitchen Clock

New Haven Kitchen Clock

The clock in the attached photo was given to me by my great-Uncle Frank, who was born in 1914. I have no idea where he got it but would love to know its approximate value and the approximate year it was made.

On the back it says (in order from top to bottom):

1 Day Ouse.
Striking
New Haven Clock Co.,
New Haven, Conn.

(then it has some instructions below about adjusting the clock).

Thank you!

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Train Station Clock

by Brian T.
(Long Island, NY)

New Haven TRAIN STATION Clock

New Haven TRAIN STATION Clock

THE CLOCK WAS BOUGHT FOR MY MOTHER AS A BIRTHDAY GIFT CIRCA 1975 BY MY BROTHERS. THEY BOUGHT IT FROM THE LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD.

THEY WERE TOLD THAT THE CLOCK WAS HUNG IN ONE OF THEIR TRAIN STATIONS, AND AT THE TIME WAS APPROXIMATELY 125 YEARS OLD. I MEASURED THE CLOCK'S PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS AS 32"H x 16"W x 5"D.

IT IS A WOODEN PENDULUM CHIME CLOCK. IT WINDS WITH A KEY, WHICH HAS 2 LATCHES IN THE FACE OF THE CLOCK. THE FACE OF THE CLOCK IS PAPER WHICH HAS "NEW HAVEN, USA" PRINTED ON IT. THERE IS A GLASS DOOR ENCLOSURE WHICH HAD SOME MARKING LABEL ON IT, BUT HAS BEEN WORN OFF, AND ELIGIBLE.

THE CLOCK WORKS WELL, AND STILL CHIMES BEAUTIFULLY. I AM HOPEFUL THAT YOU CAN HELP ME IDENTIFY THIS CLOCK.

REGARDS,
BRIAN

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Grandma and Grandpa's Mantle Clock

by David
( Raymond, NH USA)

New Haven Steeple Clock

New Haven Steeple Clock

I was left this clock when my Grandparents passed on. It has sat on a table in the further living room for the last 60+ years. Gramp was antique dealer Auther Severence from Raymond, NH who also left me some Civil War items and a Hull spoon from the Paul Revere days. I don't have any other info, except what is on the inside label.

NEW HAVEN CLOCK CO
MANUFACTURES OF
EIGHT AND ONE DAY
BRASS CLOCKS
TIME PIECES, AND MARINE CLOCKS
NEW HAVEN CONN
USA

Thank you,
David Berry

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It's Time I knew about this Clock

by Christine
(Bala, Ontario)

New Haven Clock Company - Conn.
Possibly Enamel face
Hand Painted- Cherubs below the clock face
Hinged Door
Club Shaped Mantel clock....with feet
Key to wind it, winds in front
Made of heavy metal.....cast iron or brass, hand painted
Chimes....every 1/2 hour

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New Haven Clock

by Randal
(Tennessee)

New Haven Tambour Clock

New Haven Tambour Clock

I bought this clock the other day can not find any information about it. Does anybody know when it was made an any other info. It measures 20 inches long, 9 inches high and on the label on the bottom it says "Harmoniol New Haven".

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Info for a New Haven Clock

by Doug
(Rochester, NY)

I purchased a New Haven N.H.S.611-247T from a garage sale when I was about 8 yrs old (35 + yrs ago)....paid $1.00 I think. I liked it because it was like an old digital and digital clocks were popular in the 70'.

Anyway, I'd like to find out any history on it and what it might be worth. It does work and is in overall good condition. A couple minor scratches and the varnish has hair line spider cracks if you look close, but I wouldn't be afraid to display it at all. Thanks

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New Haven Clock Company Mantel Clock

by M Lowry
(Daytona Beach, FL)

New Haven Black Mantel Clock

New Haven Black Mantel Clock

My Aunt just passed away.  In her estate is a New Haven mantel clock.

It is black with a lion head on each side with a ring in its mouth. I saw this clock on the sight about New Haven mantel clocks.  It stated that Edward Ingraham was the one who came up with the finish. 

The works are also stamped with the New Haven Trade Mark. Part of the label is missing. All you see is PEM????.  Does anyone know what the rest of word might be?

I may be interested in selling it.

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Mantle Clock

by Carol Wood
(Birmingham, AL, USA)

New Haven Clock

New Haven Clock

My parents had the clock and am not sure how old it is, It works fine and we have the original key. It was made by the New Haven Clock Co. and has the initials G.E.S. and 11/60 etched on the bottom. I would like to know when it was made and who made it.

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miniture new haven wall clock @

by conrad
(ny)

What clocks did they produce that might fit this rough discription? 8"h. by 5" w. Age ? @1850 to 1900?

The clock is a fiqure eight with the top a little larger than the bottom, it also has small rosettes, on the sides midway between the top & bottom of the fiqure eight.

Any info. would be appreciated, Thank you for your time. C.H.

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How old is my New Haven Clock?

by Ernie
(Denver, Colorado)

New Haven Mantel Clock

New Haven Mantel Clock

We found this heavy old clock while cleaning out the basement of an old house in Denver. The body is cast iron, painted with a red-and-gold marble-like pattern; the paint is about 95%, perhaps better.

The clock measures 13" tall, 9" wide, and 4.5" deep. The numbers are on pearlized discs. There are brass designs attached above, below, and on both sides of the face of the clock, plus the 4 legs are ornate brass. There are two key-winding ports (at 4:00 and 8:00 positions).

The inscription at the bottom of the clock face is NEW HAVEN CLOCK CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN. U.S.A. The back of the clock has a circular tin cover that swings open to reveal the clock mechanism (which does not work).

All in all, this is an impressive old clock. My question is, just how old is it? The family that owned the house in which the clock was found, originally moved to Central City, Colorado, just after the American Civil War (they were from Cornwall, England). They moved to Denver during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Can you help me date this item?

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New Haven Abbey Artlarm wind up alarm clock

by Kurt
(Brookfield, WI)

New Haven Alarm Clock

New Haven Alarm Clock

Hello, I purchased this "New Haven" "Abbey Artlarm" from Ebay. I would like to find out the age and any other information about it if possible. It looks kind of strange on back. Keys for winding... Any help would be great! thanks, Kurt

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New Haven Clock from New Brunswick Canada

by Paul Furlong
(Fredericton NB Canada)

New Haven Clock

New Haven Clock

Has been in the family for 2 generations
Suspect it to be app 60 years old
From New Brunswick Canada
Made in the USA
Has O O stamped in the back of the wooden frame
Looks like mahogany wood

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8 Day Santa Clara Mission Clock

by Sheila
(Pine City, MN)

Santa Clara Mantel Clock

Santa Clara Mantel Clock

We have a named 8-day Santa Clara Mantel Mission Gong Clock. Made by the New Haven Clock Co. Pat. Aug. 9, 1904. We have scoured the internet and can't find more information on it or anything like it. It is a working clock.

It belonged to my inlaws family. If we can find some kind of pricing it will be going up for sale. As we have decided to go RVing fulltime and wish it were possible to travel, but it would not be fair to such a beautiful piece.

Thank you for anyones time.

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New Haven Mantel

by Bob & Debbie Rowland
(Winston-Salem, NC)

Black Mantel Clock by New Haven Clock Co.

Black Mantel Clock by New Haven Clock Co.

My mother-in-law bought this clock at auction in Pennsylvania around 1950. The clock was an auction item from personal belongings from a private individual.

At the bottom of the face is printed "Made by New Haven Clock Company, New Haven Conn, USA".

The clock had not worked for approx 15 years and I reconnected the pendulum weight, wound it, cleaned it, oiled it and it works fine (I'm still fine tuning the accuracy).

I am curious as to the age, style(Model?), and value of this gem.

I appreciate any information you may have.

PS: My wife would never sell this clock!!!

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New Haven Mantle Clock

by Randal
(Tennessee)

New Haven Mantel Clock

New Haven Mantel Clock

I'm trying to determine the age of this New Haven clock. It is about 20 inches long 9.5 inches tall has "Harmonial" on the label on the bottom.

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Seneca The New Haven Clock Co. USA

by Crystal
(Fayette, NY)

I just bought a clock at a yard sale. It is an older clock but I can not find any info about it. The tag on the back says "Seneca The New Haven Clock Co. USA" The trademark inside of it has a 6 point star with The New Haven Clock company. It has the lion's head on each side of it and it also has 2 colums on the front side on each side of the clock number's. I am curious if this is an old clock.. Can anyone help me? It works too.

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New Haven Mantle Clock (Eldridge?)

by Randy
(London, Ontario. Canada)

New Haven Clock Company Label

New Haven Clock Company Label

I have a New Haven mantle clock I am trying to learn more about. It was my grandmother's at least. Other's I have seen similar are said to be 1910ish, which sounds about right. The sticker on the back is hard to read. I am getting "Eldridge".

Does anyone know more about this clock? I have lots of photos. If I can post them here I will.

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$8 bargain clock

by Judy Kay
(Orangevale, CA USA)

Several years ago I purchased an old clock at a church bizarre. The maker is The New Haven Clock Co. It says Chime-Call Alarm on the face of it. It is 6 1/2" high, 5" wide. It is metal, majority is green with silver trim, wind up alarm clock. It works great. I would like to know about when it was made.
Thank you,

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Sailing Ship Banjo Clock

by Georgia Bailey
(New Orleans)

I've seen pictures of this online, bought one today.

It has an eagle on top with a broken wing, blue glass design down the middle and blue ship on the box shape on bottom. On the back is 12 day, New Haven Clock Co. and the antique store had tagged it "Willis 12 day clock".

Also has a "D" with something I can't make out (looks like quotation marks turned sideways) carved into back. How do I tell if this is old or a replica? Anyone know the value or the history of the maker (Willis - I've found info on New Haven Clocks). Thanks!

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