Wish to identify the maker of an Anniversary Clock
Would like to discover the model of the 400 Day clock you own
Want to find out the correct size and thickness of the replacement suspension wire for a torsion clock
Need to know which winding key fits which movement
Want a jig to assemble the unit
Would like to buy a book on identification or setting up of 8 day, 30 day, 400 day or 1,000 day anniversary clocks
Or simply want to know a bit more about Anniversary Clock Makers and models
Then you have come to the right place!
The first step is to look at the back-plate of your clock, and try to identify the factory that made it. Names and logos on the face might be useful if they match one
of the names in the list below, but often they are names of retail jewellers, importers etc.
If you can find a logo on the back plate that appears in this list, just select that name by ckecking the button next to it and go to the bottom of the page.
If you cannot find your logo or name in the list, or if it has none, use one of the top two options in the list. This may help you find the manufacturer.
Extracts from the 350 page Anniversary Clock Identification by Mervyn Passmore. Copyright by Mervyn Passmore 2009. All rights reserved. No part of the content of these online pages or the book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the author.