Hello all, This clock was given to me by my great grandfather a few months before he died and I don't know anything about it. Apparently the clock had stopped working and my grandfather removed the movement and replaced it with another face and a small electric movement. If you might be able to help identify the clock (the age is my primary interest) and if you're allowed to recommend a place I could take it to be repaired either here in Pittsburgh PA or some place in NJ, I would be quite grateful.
The face and hands you see in the picture are that. Regards, Drew Welcome to the NAWCC Message Board Drew.
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