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    Re: Ansonia Clock

    And #2 on that list would be Seth Thomas.

    tom427cid Today, 07:44 AM Go to last post
    Randy Beckett

    Re: Ansonia Clock

    Looks like the back, center panel of the case might have been designed to come off, movement and all. If so, it would have made removing the movement

    Randy Beckett Today, 07:41 AM Go to last post
    R. Croswell

    Re: Ansonia Clock

    I saw the same thing but none of the pictures show the mating piece on the end of the suspension rod. That may be bent as well. More important that they

    R. Croswell Today, 07:38 AM Go to last post
    R. Croswell

    Re: Yes or no

    There are always exceptions and I'm glad you are one. I used to sell a few clocks on eBay and like yourself, I properly serviced them and properly packed

    R. Croswell Today, 07:28 AM Go to last post

    Plinth and Veneer Repair


    I'm restoring a mahogany longcase clock circa 1790-1800. The plinth is in bad shape with the front section split in two with the bottom

    DeanT Today, 07:01 AM Go to last post
    Bruce Alexander

    Re: Ansonia Clock

    The suspension bracket on the top of your pendulum doesn't look "square" to me. Is it just the angle of the photo or perhaps the lighting?

    Bruce Alexander Today, 07:00 AM Go to last post
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