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Anyone heard of a B&W clock?
by: Bill

Hi Jessica,

I have not heard of a B&W clock before. I will try to find out what I can, but I'm hoping that another visitor will have some information for us.

Have you looked inside the clock at the movement itself for any other markings? Even the country of manufacture would probably help us.

Thank You, Bill

I have a B&W 921
by: John J

Jessica I have aB&W 921 clock and I have no idea of who made it. I can't find anything on it.Mine is brass and is 8" tall. Works great. I paid $2.00 for it at a yard sale. It looks like it is from the early 1800's. If you fond out let me know! JJ

B & W
by: Jessica

I took my lovely clock to an antique shop- no luck. The owner said it was from the 1920's. We have two other clock dealers in town. I'll try them and write back. Jessica

B & W clock
by: sandy

Jessica, I think I have the same clock. It is brass with a cherub pulling the winding ropes. It,too,says B&W 921. Mine also says made in u.s.a. on the clock

B & W clock
by: sandy

I have the same clock.-made in the u.s.a. A cherub
is pulling the winding ropes.

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