Although these late production movements were at least equal to all other clock products being made during the same time frame the discerning buyer of a used Herschede clock will look to purchase a more vintage model (prior to 1970).
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Many American companies made their own cases but imported German mechanisms to perform the work behind the dial.
During the 1970's Herschede began to suffer as most consumers were purchasing the lower cost clocks being made by Howard Miller, Ridgeway and Sligh.
They now began to display their clocks at expositions and received gold and silver medals in St. Many people who have Herschede clocks have a small plaque inside the front door to their clock that notes this accomplishment.
As a re- sult of seeing this plaque many people think that it is their specific clock that won that particular award. This plaque simply reminds the purchasers of these fine clocks that the company that made them was an award winning company.
The clock on the left has had the weights, pendulum and dial restored.
Movements in Herschede Hall Clock Company clocks prior to 1911 were imported or made by other U. The following table contains the recorded years and associated serial-number ranges.This is not true of tubular bell clocks in general and Herschede clocks to be specific.This is due to the fact that these clocks were very expensive and very few people were able to afford them.Fortunately, after 33 years in the trade, Michael has had the privilege of repairing, relatively speaking, a large number of these clocks.Herschede was one of the last American companies to manufacture their own clock movements.The one on the left is the more common nine tube, three weight movement and the one on the right is a 7 tube, two weight movement which is designated "movement #5". Each Herschede movement is tested a minimum of 4 weeks for a local repair and 8 weeks if the clock is going out of town.