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by Robert Swedberg,Harriett Swedberg

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Robert Swedberg,Harriett Swedberg
Antiques & Collectibles
Wallace-Homestead Book Co (March 1, 1989)
179 pages
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American Clocks and Clockmakers. My friend collects clocks and watches. This book is very helpful in many ways.

by Robert Swedberg (Author), Harriet Swedberg (Author). There are more than 600 photographs with identifying information in this book. These are different photographs than were included in their 1989 book, "American Clocks and Clockmakers". While prices for the clocks were given, there was no information about whether these prices were retail or auction prices or how the prices were obtained.

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Harriett Swedberg’s most popular book is Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks. Showing 17 distinct works. Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks by. Robert W. Swedberg, Harriett Swedberg.

From old schoolhouse clocks to stately grandfather clocks, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks presents the . The compilation covers classic clocks, novelty clocks, wall clocks, shelf clocks and grandfather clocks.

From old schoolhouse clocks to stately grandfather clocks, the Encyclopedia of Antique American Clocks presents the most comprehensive guide to America's.

Swedberg, Robert W; Swedberg, Harriett. An overall view of clock types - A brief history of clock making - Representative clocks from smaller clock makers - Leading clock makers - Histories of other clock makers - Old timers - Wall clocks - Classic clocks - Shelf clocks - Novelty clocks - Useful clock information.

According to American Clocks and Clockmakers, by Robert W. and Harriet Swedberg, the American Clock Company was established in 1849 in New York City as a large depository to sell clocks made by various companies. The company issued catalogues of wares. Download PDF. Declaration. This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1900.

Briefly traces the history of American clock making, discusses important inventions and patents, and offers advice buying antique clocks
  • lolike
A light read good for complete newby to clocks. NOT good for pricing clocks. No information on how various clocks are made. I read this once and there is no reason to return to it.
  • Hellmaster
  • Lightbinder
Use it for produce identification
  • Juce
Good reference book on clocks
  • The_NiGGa
I love clocks and this book is great. It covers the whole history of clock-making in the U.S. Great buy.
  • Narder
Concise and to the point. A very helpful review.
The book helped me to get a feeling about the history of American clocks and to age a clock on the internet. I subsequently bought the clock.
  • Onath
With an extensive listing of every well known American clock maker, as well as a plethora of information about even the most arcane of manufacturers, this invaluable book repays its readers many times over! Comparative market pricing coupled with historical and little known facts make this a must-have for anyone with even a smidgen of curiosity about clocks. Well organized and easy to read, comprehensive and simple to get around, this book offers thousands of examples of clock and clock makers, and will satisfy the bent for precision and efficiency of even the most avid clock enthusiast.