Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks

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Krause Publications, May 28, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 368 pages
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From old schoolhouse clocks to stately grandfather clocks, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks presents the most comprehensive guide to America's clocks.

&break;&break;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.

&break;&break;Arranged by clock type, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks includes:

  • &break;&break;Grandfather clocks
  • &break;Wall clocks
  • &break;Classic clocks
  • &break;Shelf clocks
  • &break;Novelty clocks
&break;&break;Special chapters on:
  • &break;&break;Clock types
  • &break;History of clock making
  • &break;Clocks from smaller clock makers
  • &break;Leading clock makers
  • &break;Glossary
  • &break;Bibliography
  • &break;Photo index

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