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Your clock (I have one behind me right now) is New England's replication of the Eli Terry Pillar and Scroll Clock. It should have an Urgos 6 / 68 movement in it; quarter hour Westminster chimes. The Urgos was more expensive than the more common Hermle of the same type - the company would spend more to make a better product when I worked there (1970's).
As for my 218c, I walked in one day and saw a group (the "Uh Oh" squad) standing around a 218 which had fallen on the floor overnight. While they gawked at it, I piped, "I'll take it!" (factory second)
The man who assembled them was a wonderful gentleman who had previously worked for the Sessions' family at the Sessions' Clock Company.
The family was wonderful and loyal to their people.

new england clock 218c
by: Irma

I have been given this clock as a gift and would like any information on it that I can get. Value? Age? Anything else that anyone can tell me.

NE Wall Clock 219
by: Vivian

I too inherited a N.E. Wall Clock with a scene and words Home to Thanksgiving. The paperwork say 219 Shelf. Can you please give me information as far as dates, and worth.

Thank you.

New England 218C
by: Judy

I bought my Home to Thanksgiving 218C New England Clock Co. clock in 1973 in a Hallmark Store that had an extensive gift shop. This was a new item at that time, so clock is probably not much older than 38 - 40 years. I am trying to determine the present value of my clock (as have others on this comment thread). Can anyone help us?

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