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Westclox “Dunbar” Electric Wall Clock, Made in April 1941

December 18, 2015 | By | 3 Replies More
Westclox “Dunbar” Electric Wall Clock, Made in April 1941

Here’s a Westclox “Dunbar” electric wall clock I repaired. The dial is paper on a metal plate, covered by a glass lens, and the case is white plastic with a metal back. This clock uses the Westclox designed M2 self-starting synchronous motor. The red dot on the dial is the power outage indicator. The indicator […]

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Last updated December 16, 2015

Henry C. Smith’s One-Day OG Shelf Clock

December 17, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Henry C. Smith’s One-Day OG Shelf Clock

Here’s a great old one-day OG clock that I repaired. The label says: Henry C. Smith’s Plymouth, Conn. The dial is the earlier style with minute dots instead of lines, used around the late 1840s or the 1850s. See more photos. The movement is type 7.1 in Snowden Taylor’s one Jerome-type 30 hour movement chart. […]

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Last updated July 28, 2017

Seth Thomas Electric Mantel Clock with Hour and Half-Hour Strike made in 1946.

December 16, 2015 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Electric Mantel Clock with Hour and Half-Hour Strike made in 1946.

I repaired this Seth Thomas electric striking mantel clock in a modern-style mahogany case. The movement had a lot of wear, and a pivot of one gear was completely worn off! This clock uses the Sangamo synchronous motor. The date code on the movement is 46-12 (December 1946). See more photos. Repair job 6580. I […]

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Last updated December 15, 2015

Waterbury “Admiral” 30-Day Round Drop Oak Cased Wall Clock

December 15, 2015 | By | 2 Replies More
Waterbury “Admiral” 30-Day Round Drop Oak Cased Wall Clock

Here’s a nice old time-only 30-day wall regulator by Waterbury Clock Company. This is a round-drop oak case, 31 inches tall and 17 inches wide. The painted dial with Roman numerals has a time track that is 12 1/16 inches outside diameter. The instruction label on the back of the case says the model name […]

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Last updated December 15, 2015

Bowler & Burdick Marble Base 400 Day Clock, ca. 1900

December 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Bowler & Burdick Marble Base 400 Day Clock, ca. 1900

Here is an old and unusual 400 day clock with a white marble base, made around 1900. The dial says “The Bowler & Burdick Co., Cleveland, O.” Notice the small dial, delicate hands and disc pendulum, common on early 400 day clocks. See more pictures. Repair job 6685. Horolovar back plate no. 1471. 0.004 inch […]

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Last updated December 13, 2015

Seth Thomas Chiming Mantel Clock KENBURY-1W

December 13, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Seth Thomas Chiming Mantel Clock KENBURY-1W

This Seth Thomas Westminster chime mantel clock has a No. 124 movement. The cover on the back of the clock says “KENBURY-1W MODEL No. E- 705-003”. The case is mahogany with a lighter wood inlay band across the bottom. The 1951 Seth Thomas catalog shows this clock. Height 8 3/8 inches, width 15 3/8 inches, […]

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Last updated December 16, 2015

Tortoise Shell Finish Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock

October 17, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Tortoise Shell Finish Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock

Here’s an Adamantine Mantel clock (made by Seth Thomas) that I’d never seen before! I would describe the case finish as “tortoise shell”. Below are photos of the front of the clock, a closeup of the case, and a photo of the rear showing the movement:   Adamantine is a veneered celluloid finish made by […]

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Last updated October 20, 2015

Seth Thomas Electric Mantel Clock with Westminster Chimes, Made in 1948

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Seth Thomas Electric Mantel Clock with Westminster Chimes, Made in 1948

Here’s a Seth Thomas 1948 electric mantel clock with Westminster chimes that I repaired. The mahogany case is 9 1/8 inches tall and 19 15/16 inches wide. The minute hand is 2 1/2 inches long. See more pictures. Repair job 6382. I polished the pivots and installed 25 bushings. I installed a replacement time 5th […]

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Last updated May 14, 2015

Jahresuhrenfabrik (JUF) 400 Day Clock ca. 1912 with Disc Pendulum

May 15, 2015 | By | Reply More
Jahresuhrenfabrik (JUF) 400 Day Clock ca. 1912 with Disc Pendulum

Here’s another Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 day clock I repaired. This one was probably made about 1910 or 1912. The base is not original – it is a 1950s Kundo base. Repair job 6468. I polished the pivots, removed the broken-off screws and found new screws to mount the arch (the decorative part above the dial). I […]

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Last updated May 13, 2015

Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 Day Clocks with Smaller Disc Pendulum

May 13, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 Day Clocks with Smaller Disc Pendulum

Three matching Jahresuhrenfabrik (JUF) 400 day clocks ca. 1910 were in my shop at the same time. They have a smaller disc pendulum and thinner suspension spring than many JUF 400 day clocks, and date from around 1910. Many JUF disc pendulum clocks use a 0.004 inch thick suspension spring, but these 3 clocks have […]

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Last updated May 10, 2015

Schatz Midget 400 Day Clock Made in 1962

May 11, 2015 | By | 5 Replies More
Schatz Midget 400 Day Clock Made in 1962

Schatz made 3 sizes of 400 day clock: Standard, Miniature and Midget. The Standard 400 day says “49” on the back inside a circle, the miniature says “53”, and the midget says “JUM/7”. Can anyone tell me what “JUM/7” means? The midget 400 day clock is slightly shorter than the miniature. I recently repaired a […]

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Last updated May 9, 2015

Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 Day Clock ca. 1902

May 9, 2015 | By | 4 Replies More
Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 Day Clock ca. 1902

Here is a Jahresuhrenfabrik (JUF for short) 400 day clock made around 1902. It has a disc pendulum, small dial, and delicate spade hands. It has beautifully turned finials above the dial. I repaired this clock, and fixed some problems caused by previous repair work. The picture below shows the mainspring after removal from the […]

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Last updated May 9, 2015

Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock, 1895, Beautiful Tan with Deep Red and Orange Swirls

March 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock, 1895, Beautiful Tan with Deep Red and Orange Swirls

Here’s a most beautiful Seth Thomas Adamantine mantel clock I repaired. My customer polished the case, and I repaired the movement, gently cleaned and lacquered the case ornaments, and cleaned the dial. The case background color is tan, with deep red lines and swirls, and some orange swirls too. The dial is embossed brass. The […]

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Last updated March 11, 2015

Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock with 89C Movement

March 12, 2015 | By | Reply More
Seth Thomas Adamantine Mantel Clock with 89C Movement

Here’s a beautiful Seth Thomas Adamantine mantel clock I repaired. The case is black, with green, yellow and orange marbleized top and trim. The movement is the popular and long-lasting No. 89C (which appears to be the same as the movement marked 89 which is seen often). It strikes the hour on a heavy coil […]

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Last updated March 10, 2015