May I know the approximate size of this and how is the working condition?
Thank you for the additional information. It would not be unusual to not find an exact match to your clock on the internet. Although the internet is a vast repository of information it is not the holder of all information. Your late 19th century E.N. Welch wall clock from Connecticut is done with a Dutch parquetry and burl veneer design. In current condition, it could carry a $300 - $400 estimate and can sell for as high as $700 - $900. If in restored condition it has the potential to reach $2000 - $3000.
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Though it may sound cliche, the best platform for you to sell these is on Ebay. It is where the most potential buyers would first go to search for such items. For restoration, you will want to contact local clock repair shops in your area and first get an idea of what each person would charge for the work and their reputation for quality repairs. Each business will charge a different amount, and you want to determine the cost effectiveness of putting more into this for restoration. My personal opinion is to leave objects as-is and to let the new owner choose how to handle restoration.
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