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"The Pequegnat Clock Company of Canada (1984-1997)"

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Paul Pequegnat, a great grandson of Arthur Pequegnat, started to make reproductions of some of his famous great grandfather's early 20th century mantel and wall clock models in 1984 in Manotick, Ontario.   Paul made the wood cases and installed German spring-driven pendulum movements.  This was his retirement project following a long career as a sucessful film maker.  He continued to the end of his life in 1997.

Here is the link to his story and his clocks in our collection in this Gallery on the museum's web site:,_Ontario).html

Allan's article about Paul's company and clocks was published in NAWCC Bulletin number 429, September/October 2017 issue, starting on page 435.  This is the link to the online article on the NAWCC web site: