E. N. Welch Whittier model parlor clock Part IV – final word

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

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E. N. Welch Whittier model parlor clock Part I – E. N. Welch history

Among the most common parlour clocks you will find few E N Welch clocks. Why. A good reason is that the company was absorbed by Sessions in 1903. The history of Welch is interesting because Welch Spring and Co. began by making higher end clocks but eventually produced cheaper, heavily discounted mass market clocks which … More E. N. Welch Whittier model parlor clock Part I – E. N. Welch history

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