From old schoolhouse clocks to stately grandfather clocks, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks presents the most comprehensive guide to America's clocks. More than 700 photographs of clocks include detailed descriptions and current market values. The clocks are presented in an easy-to-follow format organized by clock type. Also included is information about the major clock manufacturers, and overview of clock types and a brief history of clock making. Arranged by clock type, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks includes: Grandfather clocks Wall clocks Classic clocks Shelf clocks Novelty clocks Special chapters on: Clock types History of clock making Clocks from smaller clock makers Leading clock makers Glossary Bibliography Photo indexIn the late 1800s, English Eureka Clock Co. workers to produce unfinished movements. With Ltd., London, wood-case battery-powered shelf clock, this huge labor force, untold numbers of clock patented1906, timeonly, 7 x 8aquot;, 13 1/4aquot; h. $2, 500.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks|
|Author||:||C H Wendel|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2004-05-28|