I have an old, unusual clock. Where online can I get info on it?
- Common SenseLv 78 months ago
Look very closely on all surfaces of the clock. You are most likely to find a maker's mark. With that information, enter it in a Google search. There you will find information on your clock. Some clock makers started out with one name, got a partner in business, and change the name. Overtime long-standing clock companies often changed their Hallmark or logo or name which will help identify the time in which your clock was manufactured.
A prominent place for a manufacturer's name on a clock would typically be the face of the clock. Otherwise check the bottom or the back of the clock.
- spacemissingLv 79 months ago
Ask at nawcc.org.
The National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors
is rather helpful about such things.
Take absolutely perfectly focussed, well-lit pictures,
preferably with a Real Camera, NOT a phone, to send by email.
Do not ask how much it is worth --- they don't appraise.
Value can usually be found out by checking eBay and other markets.
- DonnaLv 49 months ago
Take a picture of it and google search it.
- Bubba GubbinsLv 79 months ago
Not here, that's for sure.
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- dripLv 79 months ago
Is there any date, name, manufacture, company, logo any where on it to give you a jumping off point to do research?