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    What is the Meaning of a 400-Day Clock?

    A 400-day clock, also known as an anniversary clock, is a remarkable timepiece that can run for over a year on a single winding. In this comprehensive guide, we explore the history, mechanics, and care of these unique clocks. From understanding their intricate components to troubleshooting common issues, you'll find all the information needed to keep your 400-day clock in... View Product

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    Where Can I Find a Clock Repair Service?

    When your cherished clock needs repair, finding the right service is crucial. At Clockworks, Inc., we specialize in repairing and restoring all types of clocks, including those with Hermle movements. Our expert technicians use high-quality parts and techniques to ensure your clock functions flawlessly. Visit clockworks.com or contact us today for reliable clock repair service.

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    Bezel Glass Dial Roman with Hinge

    Clock dial and bezel with convex glass. The bezel and glass are held onto the dial pan by a hinge. German made.

    BZcompR-1-1: $75.00
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    Do Cuckoo Clocks Go Off Every Hour?

    Cuckoo clocks are captivating timepieces known for their charming, distinctive chimes. At Clockworks, Inc., we often get asked if cuckoo clocks go off every hour. Indeed, traditional cuckoo clocks chime on the hour, with many also chiming on the half-hour. The mechanical movement, driven by weights or springs, powers the clock’s timekeeping and the cuckoo call. Additionally, the whimsical bird... View Product

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    What Does the Cuckoo Clock Symbolize?

    Cuckoo clocks symbolize rich meanings and deep cultural significance beyond their role as timepieces. At Clockworks, Inc., we understand the enduring appeal of these unique clocks. As the number one reseller of Hermle clock movements and a trusted source for clock parts and repairs, we are passionate about horology. This article explores what the cuckoo clock symbolizes and why it... View Product

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    The Enduring Charm and Functionality of Cuckoo Clocks:…

    Cuckoo clocks are cherished for their intricate designs, historical significance, and whimsical charm. At Clockworks, Inc., we understand the enduring appeal of these unique clocks. As the number one reseller of Hermle clock movements and a trusted source for clock parts and repairs, we are passionate about all things horology. Cuckoo clocks, originating in the 18th century Black Forest region... View Product

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    How old does a clock have to be…

    Determining when a clock transitions from merely old to officially an antique involves specific age criteria. Typically, a clock must be at least 100 years old to be considered an antique. This standard, known as the 100-year rule, reflects the technological and design sensibilities of different eras. However, there are exceptions where clocks that are rare, have unique features, or... View Product

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    What is the difference between vintage and antique…

    Understanding the difference between vintage and antique clocks is crucial for collectors and enthusiasts. These terms often overlap but refer to different periods. Typically, a clock must be at least 100 years old to be considered an antique, carrying significant historical value. Conversely, vintage clocks usually fall into the 20-99 years old range, appealing due to their age and style.... View Product

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    What is the most popular antique clock?

    The most popular antique clocks vary by preferences and market trends but include highly sought-after types like grandfather clocks, French ormolu clocks, cuckoo clocks, mantel clocks, and regulator clocks. Grandfather clocks are iconic with their tall, elegant wooden cases and famous chimes. French ormolu clocks boast ornate, gilded bronze designs with porcelain accents. Cuckoo clocks from Germany feature charming bird... View Product

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    Are Antique Clocks Worth Anything?

    Yes, antique clocks can indeed be worth quite a bit, depending on various factors like age, rarity, brand, and condition. The age of the clock plays a crucial role, with those over 100 years old often attracting collectors due to their historical significance. Brands and makers such as Seth Thomas, Gustav Becker, and Howard Miller typically command high prices, while... View Product

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    When Were Seth Thomas Clocks Made?

    Seth Thomas clocks have a rich history that spans over a century, starting from the early 1800s. Founded by Seth Thomas in 1807, the company initially produced popular wooden gear clocks, then transitioned to brass movements by the 1840s. During the mid-19th century, Seth Thomas expanded its product line to include mechanical clocks, marine clocks, and the popular Regulator series... View Product

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    How to tell the age of a Seth…

    Determining the age of a Seth Thomas clock involves examining various identifying features and conducting historical research. Start by looking for the Seth Thomas logo or trademark stamps on the clock movement and case, with early logos featuring "Seth Thomas" in script or block letters, and mid-1900s logos displaying an "S" inside a diamond or an "ST" inside a circle.... View Product

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