How to Date an E. Ingraham Clock?


An E. Ingraham old clock can be found from antique shops and some museums. To date an E. Ingraham Clock, start by naming the company on the front plate then look for two numbers and stamp on the front plate. Find gothic-style clocks, either rounded or sharpened tops or then place on the either sides of the face clock. Visit for more information.
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