Antique German and Austrian Clocks

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
The legacy of clockmaking in Germany is multifaceted. Most well known for the popularity of their Black Forest cuckoo clocks, the southern German states of Bavaria and neighboring Austria have been the epicenter of European clockmaking since the Renaissance.
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A Look Back on New Haven Clocks

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
True old clock lovers will immediately recognize the name New Haven when it comes to high quality American- made clocks. Formerly one of the premiere clock companies in the United States, New Haven clocks today are collected as treasures, and old clock parts for New Haven clocks are still a valuable commodity for any antique clock collector.
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Cuckoo Clocks: A Complex History

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Is there any clock more whimsical than a cuckoo clock? These antique clocks bring a smiley to every face when the loyal cuckoo bird pops out of his home to chime the hour. But do you know anything about the history of how cuckoo clocks came to be? Few do, yet the lasting legacy of this unique clock makes understanding where it came an important lesson for the antique clock lover.
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A Brief History of Hermle Clocks

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Now run by its third generation of Hermles, the Hermle Clock Company has expanded far beyond its humble origins. Just as true today as it was in 1930, a Hermle clock is one you can count on.
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What To Look For When You Buy an Ultrasonic Cleaner.

Friday, December 16, 2016
When it comes to cleaning old clock parts, nothing does it better than an ultrasonic cleaner. Clock makers everywhere know how useful ultrasonic technology is for making clock parts usable again, which is why anyone serious about the craft needs to consider owning their own ultrasonic cleaner for clock parts cleaning.
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