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This  first virtual tour was set up way back around 2001 and has not been updated since then.

For more current pictures of many views in our Exhibit Room, click on the 2017 MUSEUM EXHIBITS TOUR Gallery link.

Exhibit 1
These clocks are seen when entering the main Exhibit Room at The Canadian Clock Museum. To the right is the unique Midgets Palace "grandfather" clock with a weight-driven, Berlin period Pequegnat movement.  The Midgets Palace, located on Rachel Street East in Montreal, was the home of Mr. and...
Exhibit 2
This is the Woodstock model, one of seven wall clocks made by The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company that are on display in the museum's Reading Area above the large reference library.  Arthur started producing clocks in Berlin, Ontario (now Kitchener after 1916) in the early 1900s. ...
Exhibit 3
This oak-cased Stromberg Time Recorder Company of Canada Ltd (Toronto) master clock had been used in a factory in London, Ontario.  The clock was made in the U.S. Stromberg  company's Toronto factory, which was in production from ca. 1928 to 1953.  Clock operation is based on a 10...
Exhibit 4
Shown are some of the many hundreds of models of wind-up and electric mantel, TV lamp, and wall clocks designed and produced in Toronto by Harry Snider's two companies: the Snider Clock Corporation, ca. 1950 to 1957, and then the Snider Clock Manufacturing Company, 1957 to 1976.
Exhibit 5
In this display are some clocks made in the 1930s to the 1960s by the New Haven Clock Company (Brantford, Ontario factory), Canadian General Electric (Toronto), Seth Thomas Clocks (Peterborough) and the Ingraham Canadian Clock Company (Toronto).
Exhibit 6
This is a unique animated grandfather clock that was made in the 1980s by Canadian craftsman Werner Friedrich, and later donated to the museum by his daughters in May of 2000.
Exhibit 7
Here in the museum's exhibits of 1830s - 1880s Canadiana and Canadian-made clocks is an original 1853 wall map of the Province of Canada, East and West.  Ottawa was still known as Bytown.
Exhibit 8
Shown are some examples of the many models of mantel and wall clocks made by the Canada Clock Company, Hamilton, Ontario from 1880 to 1884.  The museum has a small collection of clocks from the Canada Clock Company, Whitby (1872-1876), the Hamilton Clock Company, Hamilton (1876-1880), and...
Exhibit 9
Here are three examples of Seth Thomas (Plymouth Hollow, Connecticut) thirty hour and eight day clocks sold door-to-door in Canada West in the 1850s-1860s by various clock pedlars, including, from the left, A.H. Brown (Leeds County), R.W Patterson & Co. (Toronto) (with weight-driven alarm),...
Exhibit 10
Here our Conservator set up a Berlin, Ontario period Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company hall clock MOVEMENT in an IKEA display case to show the operation of the mechanism.  The weight-driven, time & strike brass movement runs for a week.
Exhibit 11
This Detroit model mantel clock was made by the Ingraham Clock Company in Connecticut, but has the label of the Earle Clock Company of Saint John, New Brunswick.  Note the metal disk with numbers 1 to 12 at the dial centre for setting the spring-operated alarm.  Heber Earle from...
Exhibit 12
Here is a display of some of the many self-starting electric alarm clock models produced at the Western Clock Company (Westclox) plant in Peterborough, Ontario from the early 1930s through to 1986.  In the lower left corner is a late 1940s MOONBEAM model with a flashing-light alarm...
Exhibit 13
Included in the museum's Pequegnat collection is this very rare, ca. 1910-1916, mission-style buffet clock with an Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company (Berlin, Ontario period) mantel-clock movement.
Exhibit 14
Displayed on this Westclox clock-shop stand are some examples of the many styles of alarm clocks produced by the Western Clock Company in Peterborough, Ontario from ca. 1920 through 1986.  Clockwise from the top left: early 1950s Big Ben, late 1920s Big Ben De Luxe, 1940s Big Ben, early...
Exhibit 15
Some examples of early alarm clocks and wall clocks produced by Westclox in their Peterborough, Ontario factory from ca. 1920 to the 1950s.
Exhibit 16
Three of the many styles of wall clock produced by The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company in Berlin/Kitchener, Ontario from ca. 1904 to 1941.  Models from the left:  (the small) Beaver, Canadian Time (Arthur's trademark office clock), and King Edward (time and strike version).
Exhibit 17
Shown here are four more Pequegnat wall clocks ca. 1904 to 1941.  The models, from the left, are the Ideal (with time-only movement), (the large) Beaver, the Preston, and the Moncton (fifteen-day, time-only movement).  The latter was a railway-quality clock.
Exhibit 18
Here are three of the seven catalogued models of hall (grandfather) clock made by The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company of Berlin/Kitchener, Ontario between ca. 1904 and 1941.   From the left:  the Halifax (oak case), the Nelson (mahogany), and the Leader (oak) models.  The museum's...
Exhibit 19
The lawn sign at The Canadian Clock Museum, 60 James Street, Deep River, Ontario.