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Antique Clocks/follow-up pix of my Aunt Olga's clock


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I opened the back and took the 2 pix I'm attaching here. There were 2 small hooks to remove the little box to further uncover the workings, but it did not come off easily (I think may still be attached to other parts of the clock) so was afraid to disassemble any further. I did not see any markings.

I think that this clock is older than I originally thought.  It looks like it has wooden end plates.  I would contact:   This is the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors message board.  This would be a very good item to post there and see what the experts say on that site.  This is probably a very valuable clock so hang on to it until you find out exactly where it came from.  It is probably a hand made clock and not many were ever made.  

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