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Antique Kitchen Clock

Antique Kitchen Clock

Advertising Animated Anniversary Atmos Balloon Banjo Beehive Black Mantel Blinker Calendar Carriage China Column Crystal Regulator Cuckoo Dial Drop Dial Figural Figure Eight Garniture Gothic Grandfather Kitchen Lantern Longcase Lyre Mission Mystery Novelty Ogee Picture Portico Pillar and Scroll Plato Shelf Ship Skeleton Steeple Swinging Arm Tambour Tape Vienna Wag on the Wall Wall Kitchen Clocks; “Gingerbread” Clocks (Shelf) An American style of inexpensive clock produced in great numbers in the last quarter of the 19th century, these shelf clocks often sat in the kitchens of lower and middle class homes. Usually made of oak or walnut; their often highly ornate press-molded and incised wings and tops conferring their “gingerbread” nickname. View all Kitchen Clocks. click to enlarge Lantern Clock (Shelf) An English weight-driven clock style dating from the early 1600’s. One of the first clocks whose movement and external structure was made predominantly from brass instead of iron or wood. Although the clocks shape looks somehwhat like a lantern, the derivation of the name probably stems from the French word “laiton”, meaning brass. The earliest lantern clocks had striking mechanisms; later in the 17th century alarms were sometimes added. Some lantern clocks had pendulums, and could be hung on the wall. View all Lantern Clocks. click to enlarge Longcase Clock, Long Clock (Longcase) A floor-standing clock whose weight-driven movement contained in the upper section (hood) It required a “long case” to allow the weights to drop an adequate distance; first made in the mid-17th century. Also called a “Tall Case clock”, a “tall clock”, or a “grandfather clock”. View all Longcase Clocks. click to enlarge
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Antique Kitchen Clock

MANTLE CLOCKS FOR SALEUsed Antique, Vintage and Modern Clocks at Great PricesMaster Clock Repair often buys clocks from customers who no longer want them. We also periodically buy collections of clocks from those who used to repair them professionally or as a hobby. Many of these clocks need a great deal of work to prepare them for resale. We do our best to make them both attractive and functional and yet keep the cost of the clocks in an affordable price range for our customers. Many of the clocks come with new clock guarantees. The guarantee often depends on the type of work necessary to make them functional again. See the descriptions below for specific guarantee information on each clock. Most people who sell antique clocks perform the least possible repair in order to make the clock functional. We will not do this. If the description states that the clock has been restored by us you can count on the fact that we gave it the same attention we give all of our restorations. We don’t just clean it, slap a couple bushings in it and call it done.
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Antique Kitchen Clock

For example, an insurance appraisal for an antique clock might be based on the replacement cost of the clock if it was destroyed in a fire or stolen. The value would be based on the average retail sale price of the clock if it were purchased in good working condition, with guaranteed authenticity, from an antique clock dealer.
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Antique Kitchen Clock

Antique Clocks Identification and Price Guide teaches you how to identify and date your antique clock from a database of over 21,000 antique clock descriptions, photos and prices. You can also search through their database of over 10,000 clockmakers and watchmakers and learn tips on buying and selling antique clocks. You will have to pay a subscription fee to utilize everything the site has to offer, however, there are many free resources on the site as well. Some of the topics on pricing antique clocks covered below can be found on the Price Guide.
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Antique Kitchen Clock

If you are trying to price the same antique clock in order to sell it “as is” through a classified ad or on eBay, the clock might only be worth half of what an insurance company would consider it worth. EBay is one of the most competitive marketplaces ever established and because there are so many sellers trying to undersell each other, the price for everything sold on the site gets driven down. However, if you closely monitor the auctions on eBay, you will get a good idea of how much buyers are willing to offer for an antique clock like yours.
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Antique Kitchen Clock

Your Listings Could Be Here, Too! Give us a call at or send us an e-mail and let’s discuss the clocks you have to sell. Whether you’re a seasoned collector, an estate manager, possibly a “senior” collector looking to downsize in a “pre-estate” direction, or if you’re just a beginning collector, we can help you like we’ve done for many others over many years. Please give us a call or drop us an e-mail note. You’ll like the way we work and the way you are treated. Quality, Respect, Responsibility and Reputation are our business guidelines. Terms & Conditions All purchases from clockguy.com are subject to our currently posted Terms & Conditions of Sale. Do you have a clock to sell? We’ll sell it for you! Are you seeking a clock? We’ll find it for you! Antique Clocks Guy The Clock Guy Antique Brokerage A family-owned company founded on the “3 Rs” Respect, Responsibility, Reputation NAWCC #35749 Since 1973 -Vista, CA- How To Contact Us
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Antique Kitchen Clock

A floor-standing clock whose weight-driven movement contained in the upper section (hood) It required a “long case” to allow the weights to drop an adequate distance; first made in the mid-17th century. Also called a “Tall Case clock”, a “tall clock”, or a “grandfather clock”.
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Antique Kitchen Clock

An antique clock price guide should include detailed, specific information to help you identify your clock and try to determine it’s value. While this might not sound complicated, it certainly can be.
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FEATURES: Adamantine is a word, specifically used by Seth Thomas to describe the particular finish on clocks such as this. Often used to simulate slate, marble or even wood. This is a wood clock with a very thin plastic like (adamantine) overlay which gave the clock a unique look. Heavy cast brass bezel.
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An English weight-driven clock style dating from the early 1600’s. One of the first clocks whose movement and external structure was made predominantly from brass instead of iron or wood. Although the clocks shape looks somehwhat like a lantern, the derivation of the name probably stems from the French word “laiton”, meaning brass. The earliest lantern clocks had striking mechanisms; later in the 17th century alarms were sometimes added. Some lantern clocks had pendulums, and could be hung on the wall.
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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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Wall ClocksWall clocks not only allow you to display the time in your home but also add a decorative accent to your d├ęcor. From classic, antique designs with roman numerals to modern digital interfaces, this collection of clocks can be used in virtually any setting including kitchens and home offices. These modern timepieces are battery operated for ease of use, quick installation and low maintenance.

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