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lundy'antiques/collectables left a comment for Jeremy Woodoff
"I have a vintage whaltham 8 day desk clock ,"
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Jeremy Woodoff left a comment for lundy'antiques/collectables
"Ty, Yes, I do occasionally buy clocks."
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"do yu or any buy clocks ty"
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Jeremy Woodoff replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"There is a small cast blue glass clock on ebay now. It looks to me as though it may also be by Hoffman. I hope it is ok to provide the…"
Feb 4
Angela Evans replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"A few more glass clocks....(above) A English clock 'Grantham' pattern by Bagley (below) another Bagley one 'Wyndham' patternThis uranium one is by Hoffman....."
Feb 3
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Mark Thomas's discussion Antique Light Help - whadjafind cross post in the group Lighting Antique and Vintage
"That is a lovely fixture! I have not seen one like it before, but the date of 1900-1910 sounds about right. A gas fixture that raises and lowers would require either a flexible, rubber gas line or some other method for keeping a telescoping rigid…"
Jan 5
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"... Very informative, Jeremy. Thank you. Why or why did we ever move on from a Sundial!  Life was so much easier back then, which reminds me, I must get my Crystal-set radio sorted out... ;-)"
Jan 4
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Yes, that sounds like the mainspring. If it is not actually broken, then the click or clickwheel has failed. That's the little part that keeps the mainspring wound up. It's called a ratchet and pawl in non-clock-speak. Movements and cases…"
Jan 4
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Charles - Jeremy, Many thanks for your on-going advice which I am very grateful for. The winding-spring in one of my cocks (well, at least I think that's what it's called) is like a coiled band of metal of say 1/2 inches wide which was…"
Jan 4
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Charles, there are no markings on the movement or the clock anywhere; however, the movement was designed and patented (June 5, 1934) by Max Knobel (1898-1982), a professor at MIT. It was used in many cases of the 1930s and 40's, often unmarked,…"
Jan 4
vicki hufstetler replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Hi Jeremy, I love both your clocks! They are wonderful! Like lamps, clocks always appeal to me! The only hint I can give you on your mystery clock, is that I'm certain it is in the Art Deco Era - 1920's - to early 40's, and also the…"
Jan 3
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
""Over-winding," if anything, is a symptom and not a cause. If a clock stops because of a fault, the first thing that's tried is to wind it. If it still doesn't go, it appears to be "over-wound," at least after it's…"
Jan 3
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Had not thought along those lines! Great idea Charles. One of my clocks in particular is/was a 'Westminster' chiming 1/4 repeater with pendulum. I remember it working as a child. I have other's too. Large marble Art Deco ones, most of…"
Jan 3
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"That's a very good price. I wish they offered the same service here. I have a number of clocks that need servicing and yet the cost is too high. They push the prices up too if they know that the clock is valuable once it's repaired. "
Jan 3
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Horologists here in England tend to charge high prices. It can cost a minimum of say $150 and $50 just to look at the piece for assessment.  "
Jan 3
Classy Glass Antiques replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Two Art Deco Glass Clocks in the group Art Deco Glass
"Jeremy - If you use the link that I provided above it will take you to my shop page which gives more information about this particular piece. The precise date of introduction/manufacture is unrecorded as far as I am aware, however the pattern is…"
Jan 3

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At 12:39pm on April 17, 2014, lundy'antiques/collectables said…

I have a vintage whaltham 8 day desk clock ,

At 10:36am on April 17, 2014, lundy'antiques/collectables said…

do yu or any buy clocks ty

At 10:35pm on September 2, 2013, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
We need a new moderator for Antique clock group. Any interest or do you know someone you might ask?

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