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Bill Stoddard
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I repaired an old Gilbert cottage clock.
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I repaired this Gilbert oak kitchen clock, called the "Perfect."
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A man brought this clock to my shop and said “If you don’t buy this clock, I am going to throw it away!” I bought it! I love old American weight driven clocks, and this one has outstanding glasses. The center glass says Magdalen College, Germany.” Magdalen College is actually in Oxford, England, and it even has the exact tower shown on the glass! The tower was completed in 1509. The lower glass shows trees, and ruins of arches and the tower.
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Here is an Ansonia figure clock called the “Tasso” that I repaired. It is a large, heavy clock, 20 1/2 inches tall and 25 3/4 inches wide. The finish is “Japanese Bronze” according to the Ansonia catalog, it was also available in silver. The enamel dial has Roman numerals and visible escapement. The escapement is the pin-pallet or “Brocot” type with steel half round pins.
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Here is a Birge, Peck & Co. 8-day standard column and cornice clock made ca. 1849. The center glass has "Magdalen College."

http://clockinfo.com/posts/7156
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Here's a Seth Thomas Adamantine mantel clock I repaired.

https://goo.gl/photos/3PqXBzKU2fZGvdBVA
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