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This is a cool vintage clock and it's still working.
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Waterbury company clocks are characterized by antique collectors as producing quality goods at competitive prices. Learn about Waterbury clocks from a dealer in this free video on collecting antique timepieces.
Signed by famous Connecticut maker, "Waterbury," an 1890's clock has a carved oak case with an excellent renewed finish. The brass movement keeps excellent time, strikes the hour and has an alarm. The bird motif pendulum and gold filigree on the original wavy glass door are beautiful on this American made antique clock. Size is 15" wide, 5" deep and 24" tall. See 25 photos on Harp Gallery website that enlarge to full screen size. $295.00
Operational Condition Video: Antique Waterbury Ogee Clock Strike & Timer Bell Spring Movement c. 1880 Thanks For Looking! Diane & Ed's Antiques - Curios www.dianeandeds.webs.com email@example.com http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?seller=LH_SpecificSeller&_saslop=1&_sasl=dloeffler0820
The Waterbury Button Co. has been crafting brass buttons in Connecticut since the war of 1812, making it the oldest American company still manufacturing its original product. Waterbury creates the hand-stamped signature dagger buttons featured on men’s and women’s ready-to-wear styles, from our outerwear to our denim.
This is a Waterbury Clock Mfg. Co. Pocket Watch, possibly dating from 1892-3-4? It has a small clock movement. These first dollar watches were solde for $1.00 (also $1.50) by Ingersoll when he first decided to go into the pocket watch busyness. Early Ingersoll Pocket watches are similar to this one.
I recently acquired this wonderful clock with a broken chime. I spent a good part of yesterday and today getting it back. The movement still needs some brief cleaning and oiling. But for now, I say "mission accomplished."
Bring antique clocks by a repair shop on a regular basis for a service visit. Find out how to fix common problems with antique clocks with tips in this free video on repairing antique clocks presented by an antique clock collector. Expert: Bob Frishman Bio: Bob Frishman is the owner of Bell-Time Clocks, and he has collected and repaired clocks since 1980. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
This clock is in working order and it's a cool vintage Waterbury.
the clock movement has been serviced and repaired as needed. The clock face has been replaced as well. It only strikes on the hour not the half hour
Here's my antique entrance way piece. Also known as Coat and Umbrella Rack with a Waterbury Clock. I do a cool demo opening the umbrella rack. It still works!! This was built sometime around 1880 - 1885 and cost me $1600. Today it is worth between $5,000 - $6,000. It's really just a glorified antique coat and umbrella stand. Many people often mistake this for a grandfather clock, but it is not and I explain why in the middle of this video. For great tips on how to spot authentic vintage antique pieces and how to avoid frauds, please visit my site at: http://AntiquesAtLongLast.com Thanks for watching and please comment, rate and subscribe to my channel :)
Here are some helpful links for clock repair http://learntimeonline.com http://clockrepairtips.com In this video I show my process of making a spring wire for a 100 plus year old Waterbury kitchen clock. These springs are important for the aid in function of a antique clocks strike train, hammer strike and other applications in clock repair. Showing a fairly simple operation for winding a spring I hope this will give some ideas for you and your clock repair techniques. At 1:37 in the video I mention a very helpful book written by Steven Conover about repairing striking clocks. I have also found Bob Tascione's video animations about clock strike mechanisms very helpful. They can be found on You-tube and in his well made clock repair courses at http://www.tascione.com/source.htm A...