Find out what dealers and collectors have actually paid for antique grandfather, mantel or wall clocks like yours. Covers American, European and Continental clocks of all types.
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Online history of the Chelsea Clock Company and its related predecessors
Movement and case restoration parts and service as well as a complete line of bezels and hardware. New clocks made to order. Education and guidence to help you through the restoration process.
The largest and most comprehensive horological collection in North America, housing more than 12,000 items.
Antique Clock and Barometer slaes and repairs. Situated in Bairnsdale, Victoria, Australia.
Antique, vintage & modern clocks, each with a picture and description.
This site provides alarm, antique, carriage, anniversary, dome, mantle, wall, 31 day wall, novelty, cuckoo, grandfather, weather clocks and more, displayed in photo galleries with captions.
We are clock trust and run free to join clubs that specialise with electric horology, turret clocks and industrial clocks. We are a volunatary organisation and welcome those with a share interest.
The museum hosts a range of Black Forest cuckoo and quail clocks, trumpeter clocks, monks playing bells and other associated musical movements. Cuckooland has nowadays more than 600 clocks.
This site contains information on Dutch clocks: history, development, examples from public and private collections, addresses, materal for study and research, as well as news items.
The Web's most complete site on Mauthe Clocks
Offers basic information about this unique museum, which houses a collection of historical Dutch clocks from 1500 until 1850.
Tells the story of Timex and its heritage dating back to the 1850's.
More than 80 Willard clocks are exhibited in the birthplace and original workshop of the Willard clockmakers, along with family portraits, furnishings and other Willard family heirlooms.
Over 1,500 American manufactured clocks and watches on on public display. The primary emphasis of the museum remains the Connecticut manufactured clock, and the museums collection is the worlds leading public display in this field.