Antique Replacements

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American clock movement replicas are not the same quality as the original but solves the problem. Thus, the clock will be working and striking as it should in a short time. Of course, these movements are made in India but are close in size to many of the American time strike units made between 1900 and 1950. Think of them… View Product

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American time-strike clock instructions apply to replicas made in India as well. Subsequently, the name time-strike means the clock will keep time and strike at the top of the hour. This section covers the basic installation for the time-strike and time only movements. However, American Time-strike clock instructions can be confusing. If you are not familiar with the clock parts… View Product

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All of the antique clock movements that are electric and have a wood clock case are obsolete. They are no longer available and not worth repairing. Parts are not available, the movement is useless and the clock looks like its heading for the dump. Such as shame when the clock is part of the family history. There is something that… View Product

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In the 1920’s through the 1950’s there were many mechanical clocks that had an electric motor to run them. Unfortunately most of those wonderful electro-mechanical shelf clocks have parts that are no longer available. Some of those units were very impressive, combining the electrical motor with a quality brass movement. This then eliminated the requirement of winding the clock for… View Product

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Antique clock movement replacement ordering is done by matching up certain measurements. The new movement will fit when the pendulum length, winding arbor spacing, and hand shaft length all match the antique. These clock movements measure the same as the ones that were in mass production in the USA from around 1900 to 1945. They are a nice replacement for… View Product

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Between 1900 and 1945 the Americans made many clock movements with the same theme in common. The most common USA clock movements made during this era were the time and strike 8 day units. Movements for this popular style are no longer made in the USA. India was able to come up with a replica movement. Once on the market… View Product

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Sometimes an American clock movement made 80 to 100 years ago is just too worn out. Replacing an American clock movement is your best option. We offer these units as replacements for when the old unit is worn beyond reason. It will make a clock that has not run in a very long time work as it did before. The… View Product

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The American replica clock movement’s on this page were made on the basis of the most common American units. There was a mass production of these units during the 30s and 40s. Therefore they have a good chance of being a replacement for your worn out movement. By “time strike” units this means the clock tells time and also strikes…. View Product

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It’s a shame when a clock is not able to operate for years on end. It sits for so long until one day it is just time to do something about it. For the antique American made clock to function again there are two main clock repair options. Replace the movement with a modern reproduction made in India, or repair… View Product

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American clock movement matching is to replace the antique unit with a modern equivalent. Americans fell in love with the eight day time strike units back in the 1920’s through the 1940’s. These units had a mass reproduction. Subsequently, they are the ones seen in Kitchen clocks, gingerbread clocks, and in thes shelf clock series of Steeple clocks. Mantle clocks,… View Product