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The Standard Antique Clock Value Guide

The Standard Antique Clock Value Guide


wall and mantel clocks, hall clocks, regulators, novelty, lever, spring, and weight clocks


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Artikelcode: 5953

 

The Standard Antique Clock Value Guide
215 pages
b&w photos
Soft cover
28 x 22 cm
0,528 kg
English

Yesterday's timepieces are presented with today's market value. All the original black and white images have been preserved and improved, and there are hundreds of clocks to see - wall and mantel clocks, hall clocks, regulators, novelty, lever, spring, and weight clocks. The type of clock, the pattern name, the approximate date, and the size of the dial or height of the clock are listed. Eleven producers of clocks are represented: Seth Thomas, Ithaca, Ingraham, Waterbury, Welch, Howard, Gilbert, New Haven, Sempire, Sessions, and Ansonia. AUTHORBIO: Alex Wescot first authored the Standard Antique Clock Value Guide in 1977, and has continued to update it over the years. A new edition of the book was printed in 2003, and it is still a great seller. REVIEW: This book provides price and identification information for clocks made in America from the 1870s through the 1930s. Each clock is given a black-and-white photograph and provides information on the type of model, pattern number, date produced, and price. Photographs are very clear and should help users in finding the right model.