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Factiod: Herschede Started Making Their Own Clock Movements In 1911. Prior to 1911 Most Of Their Clock movements Were Made In Germany.
Factoid: Herschede Started Making Clocks in 1877.
Factoid: In 1913 Herschede Added a Third Melody, the Canterbury Chime To Its Chime Clocks
Factoid: In 1925 Herschede Started Experimenting With Electric Clock Movements. In 1926 Herschede Started the Revere Clock Company.
Factoid: I Love Herschede Clocks!!!
Factoid: Seikosha Started Making Watches in Tokyo Japan in 1881.
Factoid: Seth Thomas Made Pocket Watches from 1884 Until 1915.
Factoid: The Sessions Clock Company originaly started in 1864 as the E. N. Welch Clock Company.
Factoid: The Sessions Clock Company bought out the E. N. Welch Clock Company in 1902.
Factoid: The New England Clock Company acquired the Sessions Clock Company 1958.
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Factoid: Seikosha Evolved to Become The Present Day Seiko Holdings Corporation.
Factoid: The Waterbury Clock Company Evolved To Become Timex.
Factoid: Seth Thomas Was An Apprentice To The Famous Clock Maker Eli Terry.
Factoid: Seth Thomas Started Making Clocks In 1810.
Factoid: Junghans Aquired HAC (Hamburg American Clock Co) In 1929.
Factoid: Junghans Aquired Gustav Becker Clocks In 1932.
Factoid: Gustav Becker Clocks Movements Were Last Produced In 1940, when World War II Shut It Down.
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