If you thought you’d found a way to sell your old-fashioned clock, you’re probably right.
As of September 1, the U.S. market for antique clocks was down 12% from a year ago.
As a result, people are shopping for more affordable options, like clock parts.
The biggest market for these parts is in Japan, where a quarter of the country’s clocks are antique.
That’s the same market that saw a 22% drop in the year that clocks started going out.
In Japan, people often pay between $20 and $30 per clock for parts, depending on the size.
Even when you’re buying antique clocks in bulk, it’s a great way to save money.
If you’re looking for a cheap, high-quality clock, there are plenty of good options.
Some people might be tempted to get a clock just for their home.
In the past, these clocks were usually made of wood and had a heavy case, so they’re not as portable as the more common modern ones.
But they’re still good clocks, and a good deal more affordable than buying them for the holidays.
A modern clock that comes with a manual is often the best option.
That way, if you need to change the clock, the repair manual will be there.
And even if you don’t need the manual, you’ll still save money on parts.
Here are some other options for antique clock parts that are less expensive than buying a new clock.