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Wall or shelf clock, sub-miniature American OG. Please read the full description. 80 affordable Antique Clocks to choose from, this clock is in pristine condition, clock case is 10” by 7 1/2” by 2 3/4", with a 3 1/2” square MINT original dial. Case is solid mahogany with strong original finish, has been cleaned and waxed. There is a light scratch on the left OG molding, it is not noticeable. Clock has Mint original square convex glass crystal and reverse painted glass tablet. The original Telechron electric movement was replaced with a new quality quartz movement. Timekeeping is within a few seconds a month. Battery-powered clocks have the obvious advantage of not depending on the proximity of a power outlet, and do not require the often somewhat unattractive electric cord. Furthermore, the accuracy of the quartz clock supersedes the principles of the synchronous motor.

The old movement and hands are available if you want them Clock can be either hung on the wall or it will sit upright on a mantel. A new brass wall bracket was installed. We have an identical pair for sale, see item 10623

I feel confident that these clocks were copied from the miniature Seth Thomas OG clocks, but in an even small version. See last photo showing the large, miniature and sub-miniature OG clocks, to give you an idea of the size of this clock.

The Telechron Clock Co. started in business in 1912, in Ashland, Massachusetts. It was founded by Henry Ellis Warren. Telechron was the first to introduce the synchronous electric clock. In 1943 they were acquired by General Electric, later they were part of the Herschede Clock line, the division known as Revere Clock Co. Telechron clocks were a significant part of the historical clock making history in the USA. The sub-miniatures do not often show up for sale and never is this condition. See photos.

At Drury House Antiques we offer over 80 original restored Antique Clocks. We also have a large selection of affordable Antique wall and mantel clocks that are fitted with efficient quartz movements. These clocks were converted because their movements were beyond repair. All are being retailed at a fraction of an original restored Antique clock. See photos.

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Item ID: 10622

Miniature OG Wall or Shelf Clock Runs and Keeps Time By Telechron

$225 $129 USD SALE

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