Seikosha-wall-clock-history, 1996. established seiko clock inc. that integrates all steps in the production process, i.e., planning, development, manufacture, sales, and after-sales service of .... Seiko clock history although the seiko name was adopted in 1924 with the introduction of its first wrist watch, the company was actually founded 43 years earlier by a clockmaker in tokyo's ginza district., 1892 — seikosha is established in tokyo as the clock manufacturing arm of k. hattori. 1917 — k. hattori becomes a company (k. hattori & co., ltd.). 1937 — the watch production division of seikosha is split off as daini seikosha co., ltd. (第二精工舎, literally the second seikosha).. You have a very nice japanese wall clock from the 1920's, perhaps slightly earlier. the trade mark is for the maker seikosha. while this is a very well preserved example, seikosha was a prolific manufacturer and therefor, it is not one of a kind., 1892 seikosha clock supply factory established; production of wall clocks begins. 1913 production of laurel, the first wristwatch made in japan, begins. 1917 k. hattori & co., ltd. incorporated. 1924 seiko brand first used on watches..
This is my second seikosha clock. this was a saturday yard sale find. it set me back $2.00. the only problem was finding an empty space to hang it., first introduced in 2013, the seiko space link gps clock has proven to be a global success. it is the world's first clock for home or office use that receives a time signal from a gps satellite, thus delivering atomic clock precision. it measures time to within one second every 100,000 years..
This clock(seikosha clock co. in tokyo, japan, circa 1910-1920), is currently selling on the retail market (cost replacement) for an average of 550.00 to 650.00, depending on the condition of the clock and where it is for sale at. they will typically sell higher in an antique shop or private sale compared to an auction., large octagonal wall clock late 17th century, austrian or south german, hexagonal quarter striking, full repeating, table clock, with stationery barrels for the hour and quarter strike and with chain fusee/verge for the time. late 18th century, continental shelf clock with crown verge and front swing, pivoted pendulum.