Antique Clock Case Converted to a Display Case.Great Way to Display Your Favourite Treasure. Brooch not Included. $25.00 Mmm, wonder what happened to the movement? At least they spelt “brooch” correctly.
Why are these clocks so cheap? Discounting the wild prices some seem to be asking on online for-sale sites, a good example can be had for almost nothing. Why? Allow me to explain. This 30 hour time and strike Waterbury Ogee clock was discovered at an antique store an hour’s drive away. The store has … More Waterbury Ogee (OG) 30 hour weight driven clock and why they are so undervalued
For antique and vintage clock repair having a selection of quality tools is absolutely essential. As an avid enthusiast and a keen learner over the past 7 years, I have been steadily building my knowledge of clock repair and with it a selection of essential clock tools. Disclaimer. While not a trained horologist I have … More So you want to fix a mechanical clock – Part II – advanced tools
Clock collecting and repair allows me to combine my other hobby, photography with the world of horology. I have seen so many poor photos of clocks that I thought I would cover one small aspect of photography, macro photography. The following is a generalist approach to macro photography that is intended to allow the hobbyist … More Using a macro lens to photograph your clock
Here is an ad for a clock recently offered on an online for-sale site. Here is the description. The clocks dose not work it needs some work 80 dollars or best offer And here is the image that is attached. There is only one image. Would you as the buyer even ask more questions about … More Crazy Clock Ads – would you buy this clock?
In a previous article I described some of the challenges I had with this E.N. Welch clock movement. The clock ran for about 48 hours and suddenly stopped. It seems that every time I think everything is going well, something else crops up. I dis-assembled the movement (again) and installed three more bushings, one of … More E. N. Welch Whittier model parlor clock Part IV – final word
At 2:00am Sunday morning! If your country uses Daylight Saving Time (DST), you have to change your clocks twice a year. Set your clocks forward 1 hour in the spring at the start of DST (Daylight Saving Time), and 1 hour back in the fall when DST ends. In North America the word “fall” is used to denote the season, while … More Spring forward – fall back
The Westclox Clock Company is better known for various versions of Big Ben and Baby Ben windup alarm clocks produced from 1900 to the mid 1980s. But there were other windup models one of which is the Art Deco styled LaSalle series. This is the model 61-C (401) otherwise known as a Dura clock because … More Westclox alarm clock – non luminous LaSalle