ANTIQUE CLOCK REPAIRS, RESTORATIONS AND SALES
JAMES B. McKENNA
Newburyport Tall clock Ca. 1800
This clock is made of Cherry and has birch fan inlays. It was made for a Captain Of a sailing ship and he lived in the harbor. The hands are of the shape of the mast on the ship. ( Sold)
Joseph Rice, Ca.1820
Albany, New York
Augusta, Maine No.264
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All of my clocks are completely restored.
With a 1 year warranty. Delivery Available
We also have a Fine Arts courier to deliver your clock. Blanket wrapped to your door.
I'm also interested in purchasing New Hampshire and Maine clocks dating from
We also have many clocks not listed so please inquire.
Currently in the process of restoration in my shop and will be available for
Banjo Time piece:
New Hampshire Makers
New Hampshire Clock Maker (Sold)
Leonard Noyes, Ca. 1800
Banjo Time Piece (pg. 6)
New Hampshire Makers
Timothy Chandler Ca. 1790
Signed seat board
Abel Hutchins Ca. 1820 (Restoration started)
John Osgood Ca.1790
Movement is Numbered# 240 (pg. 5)
Mahogany Tall clock Ca. 1820
Paul Rogers, Ca. 1800 (Sold)
The clocks glass, stained glass panels, stained glass dials and hands have been removed for restoration. The copper case will need some restoration to the top where there has been damage from fallen ice. This was a 7 month restoration which took many hrs. of unlimited time. All the electrics will have to be replaced as will the power source also.
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I would like to take this time to thank all that were involved with the McLintock Lowell High School clock. They are as follows: Mickey Fearon and his cousin Donald; Stan at Merrimack Furniture; Dave Zaltzberg & Robert Nelson for saving and restoring the stained glass panels and dials; Rick & Ken Gariepy of Mammoth Rd. Glass; Walter at Electric Time who helped me design the system; and "Wiring Wizard Master"Dave Donovan. I would also like to thank (Head Master) of Lowell High School, Brian Martin, for hiring me for the restoration and his assistance with the funding for its completion. And last, but not least, his
secretary, Sue Francisco, who answered all of my calls and questions. It was a 50/50 chance that this clock could be restored. The right blend of artist and tradesman made it all possible. Thank you again, in assisting me to its completion.
I am currently in the process of restoring the Lowell High School Clock on Kirk St. in Lowell Ma. I will have photographs to keep you updated. Just think of the automobiles that were parked on the street in front of the school. Kids looking at the time so they would not be late for class.... Fur coats, straw hats, white shoes.
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