Antiques: Collecting 19th Century Clocks

Everything you wanted to know about collecting 19th century antique clocks, including collectible mantel clocks, ginger bread kitchen clocks, and grandfather clocks, in this free video series on antiques.

Series Summary

When talking about collecting and collectibles, grandfather clocks are inevitably mentioned or at least some type of antique collectible mantle clock. There are a great many antique clocks out there for any clock collecting enthusiast to buy. You may be saying, "Yes of course there are, but what do I look for when buying an antique clock? What exactly is a gingerbread clock? And what is an Ithaca clock? Great questions! If you would like to learn how to collect antique clocks and what to look for, you can learn for free, online from an antique clock expert.

In this free antique clock collector's guide, learn how to collect antique clocks from antique expert Sue Shea. Sue will teach you what to look for when choosing various types of antique clocks such antique American grandfather clocks, gingerbread clocks, French antique wall clocks, Ithaca clocks, and bee hive clocks. She will teach you about reverse painting, and gold relief detail, as well as chimes and alarms that are found in certain antique clocks. Learn about the various types of wood working and painting on clocks in the 19th century and how to find the value of antique clocks.

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