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” Most people do not collect antique clocks per se, but end up with one or two clocks that were handed down from family members.
Some people will see a clock at an antique store that would look good in a certain room of their house, and end up with it that way.
However you might end up with your special clock, you probably would like to identify, date and generally learn more about it. You can post your clock here for other visitors to see.
They are one of the most desireable possessions a person can have - appreciate their beauty and craftsmanship and enjoy the soothing tick sound they bring to the home.
When I first started my antique clock collection, the first thing I noticed was how little I knew about the clocks I had.
There are so many styles and types of clocks, made by so many clock makers and from so many countries, that I was totally lost. I’m still a long way from knowing everything though.I have concentrated on the American clock companies for my collection, so there is much for me to learn about clocks from outside the US.A welcome to Ye Olde Clock Shop from David and Liz Cox for a selection of antique clocks and barometers dating from 1700 to 1900 in the heart of Staffordshire yet being 1 mile from Junction 13 of the M6 Some people take the view that owning an antique clock is really preserving it as an investment for future generations and the present owner is really its "keeper".The cherished Longcase Grandfather clocks on this site have now passed through many families and generations of people throughout the UK.- most are in excess of 200 years of age and some getting on for 300 years.It is interesting to speculate what historical events and conversations they have witnessed in their long lives.Quality Longcase Grandfather clocks are tipped as among the best assets available for investment purposes and upon resale they are entirely free from Capital Gains Tax.