Q&A on Collecting: Grandfather clock is cause for celebration

Anne McCollam advises readers about the value of their antiques.

BY Anne McCollam Published: December 3, 2012
Q&A on Collecting

Grandfather clock is cause for celebration

Q: Enclosed you will find a photo of our grandfather clock. It was made by the Howard Miller Clock Company, and we bought it new in November 2001. It was the previous year model and we paid $1,100 for it, rather than $2,200 for the current model. The wood is walnut and stands 81 inches tall. It has Westminster chimes, three heavy weights and a huge pendulum. It has reeded columns, beveled glass and a swan neck pediment. We had it cleaned and oiled this past spring, and it keeps excellent time. It is an 80th edition anniversary clock and is in excellent condition. Could you please tell how much it is worth in today’s market?

A: The Howard...

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