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I don’t know in which of these factories the clocks were made.The kitchen clocks had just the letter-number codes on the labels.The case would then be custom-built by Paul and a German spring-driven Hermle pendulum movement was installed to complete the clock within six to eight weeks after a twenty percent deposit was placed with the order. Note the contrast with the original Pequegnat clocks, where Arthur’s factory made the movements that were then installed in wood cases manufactured for him for almost twenty years by the furniture factories in Berlin/Kitchener.Arthur’s own case factory was in production by 1920 for another twenty years.: Two of the eight models in the museum’s collection of Paul’s clocks were donated by his widow Anne, five were later purchased in 2015 from a collector who had earlier bought them from her, and the eighth was obtained at an estate auction in Smiths Falls, Ontario in early 2017.
Production of electric clocks declined by the 1960s because of the introduction of cordless battery clocks.: My check of old Toronto business directories indicated that Canadian General Electric was in operation from about 1930 to 1959.
The advertisements and boxes also included the model name.
The pictures here show the wall models currently (April 2017) in the museum's Canadian General Electric collection.
The choices and options were shown on his Price List.
Posted in The Pequegnat Room at the museum is a brief biography of Paul’s interesting careers written by his widow Anne.
Six of our clocks are reproductions of Pequegnat original catalogued models (the Tokio, Barrie, Peterboro, Montreal, Brandon, and Woodstock), but the Colonial Westminster wall clock and the Parliament mantel clock are Paul’s own designs.