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N E Clock Co. Information
by: Bill

Hi Marie,

A picture of your clock would help me and other visitors identify the year and model of it.

Since the New England Clock Company was started by W. K. Sessions, of the Sessions Clock Company,
your clock can not be older than 1958 though. That is the year the company started. Before that W. K. Sessions was still in the family business. (Sessions Clock Co.)

They were known for nice, solid wood cases. However, they had many different designs. Sessions wanted to specialize in a modern design, but his wife (and business partner), Phoebe, wisely talked him into an American Colonial style that was just returning to popularity in the late 1950's.

It turned out to be a wise move on Phoebe's part and is ultimately what the New England Clock Company became famous for.

Most of the clocks from the late '50's, to about 1970 are valued at $150 to $300, depending on size, rarity, and condition.

The clocks made after the company moved to Farmington, CT in 1970, were not made by the company, but only assembled by them with parts bought from other vendors from around the world.

Naturally, they are worth much less.

Thank you for sharing. Bill

New England Clock Company
by: Marie

Dear Bill,
Thanks so much for the info. I kind of guessed that it was from the 50's, but that makes it almost 50 years old, and I just love the clock.

It is in my den and it chimes every 15 minutes much to the chagrin of my husband who is watching the football game or wrestling, but I just love the sound.

Price wise, I kind of guessed that too, but I don't want to sell it, I just love the look of it. Thanks alot for the info. It is appreciated.

Clock wont chime
by: Joyce Barnes

How to fix? Where to send to repair. Live in NH.

Need Value On Clock
by: Anonymous

I have aquired an old New England chime clock and would like to know the value. It is in great shape and works beautifully, chiming every quarter hour. Beautiful face with "home to thanksgiving " scene. Can you give me any feedback on it?

Thank you in advance for any help you can offer. np

home to thanksgiving clock
by: Anonymous

I have this very same clock. Don't you just love it. Did you find out the value?

One chime short
by: Bob

I have a New England clock #216-C. It is chiming one chime short of the hour (12 chimes for 1 O'clock, 1 chime for 2 O'clock,etc) Is ther a easy fix or shouild I bring in for repair?

New England Clock Regulator
by: Stafford

I would like someone to please tell me the value of an New England's an old school house clock. I would also like to know the estimate of getting it repaired. It stop chiming like two months ago.

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