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SOLD Original New Haven Advertising Clock From Long Island New York 100% Original Fully Restored
SOLD See other clocks we have for sale Antique New Haven Advertising wall clock. Please read the full description for valuable information. The clock was made by the New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn. Circa 1910, advertising for Kaller's Diamonds and Watches in Patchogue Long Island New York. 100 % Original and Completely restored. Solid Oak Case is 21 1/2" X 15" X 4 1/4" with a 11" original dial. The signed New Haven movement was completely rebuilt. See photo of what a properly restored movement should look like. The clock is a week duration time piece, no chimes. The case was professionally refinished years ago. I did clean and wax the case and it is absolutely beautiful now. There is a wonderful original label on the back of the case. The large well- built movement was predominately used in industrial clocks such as schools and businesses where accuracy was of major importance. The common New Haven timepiece movement used in household clocks was about half the size of this one and very poor quality. The clock retains the original embossed New Haven Pendulum. This is the same one that appears in Baird Advertising clocks. There is significant value given just to the pendulum. This is a very rare advertising clock from Long Island, New York. 10 other Advertising clocks to choose from, ALL ON SALE.
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"The following is the restoration performed"
All Brass parts polished to a mirror finish and sealed, just as it was done over 100 years ago. I am a purest and believe in preserving as much as humanly possible. The Value for Good Antiques is in Originality and Condition. Not Damaged, Broken, or comprised of non-original parts and overall dirty condition. The clock movement was completely disassembled and cleaned in an Ultra Sonic cleaner. All pivots were resurfaced and polished on the Watch Makers lathe, 6 new bronze bearings were installed into worn pivot holes. I use the more expensive bronze bushings simply because they are harder and last longer than brass bushings. All bushing work in done by hand not with a drill press or bushing machine. This ensures the bushings are the correct size and are installed perpendicular. Once installed the interior of the bushing is polished with a smoothing broach and the oil sink is hand cut into the front of the new bearing, the back side is cut to remove troublesome burrs. All metal to metal wear was eliminated. The verge was hand stoned and polished with a Sapphire file then trued to the escape wheel. The clock was cleaned again in the Ultra Sonic cleaner to remove any metal particles, assembled and lubricated with the finest clock oil. The clock now runs with a very strong pendulum amplitude as it should. I run and test my clocks for 30 days prior to being offered for sale. This is what I do and have done for the last 35 years. As a clockmaker, all work is performed to the highest Horological standard. Basic Information You Should Know! For those of you who are not familiar with the term "Restoration", this simply means cleaning, waxing and repairing a clock or any other Antique to original condition without alteration. The more an item is original the more it is worth. The less original the less it is worth. Polishing the Brass will not alter the Antique Value of a clock. Not everyone can afford or even appreciate this level of restoration. However, that is no reason to perpetuate the misrepresenting and dishonesty by other clock sellers. There is a perfectly good reason why clock sellers will not show you the clock mechanism. #1 their clock is dirty, badly worn and probably not original to the case. #2 if it is shown it does not look like my clock movements. Saying that a clock is running good does not mean it will keep accurate time. Many internet clock sellers claim that they guarantee the clock runs, however when the clock arrives and it does not. When the seller is contacted he simply passes the buck to the shipper that it was damaged in shipping and you the buyer should file a insurance claim. This gets him off the hook for selling a clock that was not in good order to begin with. If not packed properly the shipper will refuse the damage claim. Sound Familiar? My properly restored original Antique Clocks will provide years of uninterrupted service and pleasure. Hope this little tidbit of information aids you in making an intelligent decision on what to buy or NOT. All my clocks come with a correct fitting key, a set of instructions specific to this clock and the best packing in the business. I expect you to take the clock out of the box and have it up and running in a short time. Over 80 restored Antique Clocks to choose from, to see them all go to any Drury House item and type in CLOCK into the search box.
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