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Antique Clocks in America may not qualify as Antique Clocks in Europe.
The Multiple Identities of the Ansonia Clock Company
The Anniversary Clock is a popular item to give as a special gift....
This clock hung on a wall in a log cabin belonging to my husband's aunt and uncle. We could tell just by looking at the clock that someone had tried to
My grandmother gave this Ansonia clock to me. She remembers it when she was a child. That was around 1915. The clock still works great, keeps good time.
Continue reading "Wood cabinet, mantle clock, ANSONIA , N.Y."
This clock was in our house when my father passed away, but I never saw it before then. From the pictures, hopefully you can see the identifying features.
Continue reading "Gilbert Clock 'Garcia' found in our house"
I have owned this clock for over 20 years but have never know anything about it. I purchased it from an antique store and it is in the original condition
My mom gave me this clock when she downsized her house and moved into a retirement community. It was her mother's, who had inherited it from her parents,
I love mission antiques and found this mission grandfather clock at a small antique store in Greencastle, Indiana. The clock appears to be quartersawn
My great grandfather was gifted this clock upon his retirement, probably in the late 1800s. He was of French descent and lived in New Orleans. The
I collected about 100 old clocks while in the Army stationed in Germany during 1964-67. I've sold most of them over the years but kept a few that I
I recently purchased a New Haven banjo clock for my husband for Christmas on Ebay. All the parts appear to be made by the New Haven Clock Company, including
This clock was purchased (I don't know where) by my parents in the 70's. It has hung and run faithfully for the last 35 years that my family has owned
I recieved this clock in the mid 60's. My aunt owned it, I commented on it and she gave it to me. I had it cleaned several years later, and the jeweler
The clock appears to be an English Long Case wooden clock with a running rabbit hand painted on the face. The old script is a bit hard to read, but I
What I know about this clock is what a guy told me about it. There is a clock repair guy near my house that has been working on repairing clocks for about
I purchased this Jerome & Co. parlor clock on E-bay. I was told it was an 1860 clock and other than that I know nothing. It seems to function properly,
Hello, I have an Ansonia black mantle clock that I am trying to identify. The trademark date stamped on the gear box inside is 06/18/1884. It is an 8
I have a Grandfather clock that is 6 feet 5 inches tall. No name is visable but the face of the clock is metal which looks to be bronze with embossed arabic
Hello, I think this clock was made by E.N. Welch or Sessions Clock Company but not sure. It sure looks like it by looking at other pictures of clocks