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Sometimes, mechanical time pieces have held a position of honor in many house-holds. Gifts at holidays and anniversaries have lasted the test of time. These units are the true green energy of their time. They only need occasional maintenance just like your car. Mechanical clocks never need batteries. As you know, a quartz clock is unlikely to last 150 years or more. For generations, time has been told clearly and hourly by your mechanical wonder.
Sometimes your clock may need case work to bring back the beauty of years gone by. Don't worry. We can do most case work, veneer, and blending to bring your clock back into action.
Regular service and repair is available for most clocks. We operate with a 50% deposit based on our estimate. Repairs vary and the actual price may rise or fall. All parts needed will cost extra. Repairs and restorations can take 2-3 months. After completion, any items left over 90 days will become the property of Second Hand Clock Shop.
Remember, the person who doesn't own an elegant time piece will surely want one. Check with us from time to time to find great clocks for sale.
Below are transformational pictures of some clocks we have restored.
Before: 1958 German Mantel Clock
After: 1958 German Mantel Clock
Before: French Production Brass Clock circa 1870’s
After: French Production Brass Clock circa 1870’s
Before: George Kuehl Quail and Cuckoo
After: George Kuehl Quail and Cuckoo
Before: Gilbert “Navy”
After: Gilbert “Navy”
Before: New Haven
After: New Haven
Before: French Bronze
After: French Bronze
Before: Hamburg America German
After: Hamburg America German
Before: New Haven Santa Clara Mission style
After: New Haven Santa Clara Mission style
Before: Lenzkirch knock off Black Forest Germany
After: Lenzkirch knock off Black Forest Germany