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  1. #1

    Mar 2005
    New Hampshire
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    The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    I stopped by a yard sale today and picked up a mantle clock. I am trying to find out how old it is. I haven't been able to find anything online... Figured I could check here...

    It is manufactured by The E. Ingram Co., Bristol, Conn., U.S.A. - on the back is a tag that says "Duplex No. 1" - it's an 8-day - that's about all I have been able to find...

    Any help would be appreciated...

    Thanks....

    Crystal

  2. #2

    Feb 2008
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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    Photos if you can, and of the movement also.

  3. #3

    Mar 2005
    New Hampshire
    99

    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    Thanks - here are the images:







    Thanks for your assistance...

    It is missing the pendulum - not sure what else might be missing - i just loved how it looked...

    JadeWhiskey

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    May 2008
    CT
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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    This will help a little bit: http://www.clockguy.com/SiteRelated/...amHistory.html

    They were around when Seth Thomas clock factory was running in it's prime. I live in the town that had the Seth Thomas factory in it and our town is named after it.

    It is from the mid to late 1800's. I haven't found the exact model as yet but it gives you and idea.

  5. #5

    Mar 2005
    New Hampshire
    99

    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    Hi Lafatlife,

    Thanks... Interesting... I haven't been able to find any information on this model... I would like to find out the year and to see if there is a repairman in my area that might be able to take a look at it to get it working... I was told that it was just the pendulum missing - but, for less than $10 - I didn't think it was a bad deal...

    Much appreciated... Talk soon.

    JadeWhiskey

  6. #6

    Feb 2008
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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    A good deal. Pendulums can be got for these clocks. Exact date can be a problem to find on some of these items.

    The duplex strike is from the 1920s through 1930s.

    It may have a date code on the front of the movement, but if you don't know how to take it apart: do not!

    My advice is to find a clock repair man in your area and have it serviced, meaning a cleaning and if needed a re bushing etc. Of course a new pendulum.


  7. #7

    Mar 2005
    New Hampshire
    99

    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    thank you very much... I will look for a good clock repairman... Much appreciated...


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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    Hello, nice clock!
    Horologists are tough to find up here, if you have'nt found one yet, email me, I know a guy in Kittery, he's done an 1800 presswood & a couple watches for me/
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    May 2008
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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    finally found a little something on this clock. "Ingraham 'Art No. 1 Duplex' Mantle Clock 1b1
    Ingraham 'Art No. 1 Duplex' Mantle Clock is a nice piece that measures 20 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches. This clock has a convex glass and a 5 3/4 inch signed Ingraham eight day dial, with a nicely designed case. The clock is in great condition, circa 1920 and has a brass eight day movement striking on the hour. Take a look at the terrific label on the inside of the back door, this clock was taken care of very well."

    Unfortunately there were no pictures.

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    Re: The E. Ingraham Co. Clock

    How to date Ingraham time pieces:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_6591619_date...ham-clock.html
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