The "Oxford" was presented in the 1918 Pequegnat catalogue. The label and the dial are marked Berlin, however the clock was not in the "Berlin era" catalogues of 1904 or 1913. This oak 8 day time and strike clock gongs the hours and half hours. It is 17 1/4 inches wide, 10 7/8 inches tall and 5 3/4 inches deep with a porcelain dial.

This pretty clock is not hard to find.

Note: The "Oxford" and the "Orillia" are virtually the same clock with one exception. The "Oxford" was offered for sale in the 1918 catalogue with the smaller porcelain dial (5 1/2 " Sash). In about 1920 the company started producing silvered dials. The same case was used in the 1928 catalogue however the larger silver dial (7" Sash) was installed and in the 1928 catalogue the model name was changed to the "Orillia". As company records are incomplete no one knows for sure when they started using the "Orillia" model name.