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Old 07-18-2017, 10:28 AM   #1
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Default Parker Mission Clock..

Bought this several years ago. Sets on my roll top..Dial says...Made by the Parker Clock Co. Meriden,Conn. USA..The logo in the center says..Trade Mark PARKER.. 11 3/4 inches tall...
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Old 07-18-2017, 10:47 AM   #2
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Very nice. I have only seen a few Parker clocks

One more rabbit hole I could end up going down
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Very cool. Would love to have one like that.
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reall nice clock...charlie
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I have the same model. I love it. It goes perfectly with my pieces of mission furniture. The mechanism is the typical alarm clock of the period. The wind lasts about a day and a half.
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What are the dimensions of the clock stand itself?





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Mine is packed up for my move. But jerry's height sounds right for the overall height of the stand.
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Dean..It's about 11 1/2" tall..and the base is about 5x4 inches.
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Only a day and a half wind... I have several wind up table clocks from the same period and they have a 7-10 day wind and chime. Why was Parker clock wind duration so short?
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It is an alarm clock. You would wind it each day after turning the alarm off on waking.
Less expensive of a mechanism too i am sure.
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