Will UPS ship a grandfather clock?

How much does it cost to ship a grandfather clock?

Typically, it will cost between $300-$1,300 or more to ship your grandfather clock using peer-to-peer shipping services, depending on the size, age, and value of your clock and whether you need any additional services, such as packing or loading.

What is the best way to transport a grandfather clock?

For extra protection, we suggest taking a large moving box with both the top and bottom ends open; then sliding it from the top of the Grandfather Clock to its middle. This should protect the Grandfather Clock on all four sides. If you prefer, you can pack the clock inside of a moving crate instead.

Can you lay a grandfather clock down to transport it?

It’s possible to move it his way, but it’s generally not advised because laying the clock down horizontally adds pressure to the panels and glass elements. While newer grandfather clocks have a smaller chance of being damaged being transported horizontally, antique clocks are more susceptible to damage.

How do you send a clock in the post?

Prepare the Item for Packaging:

  1. Follow above first, then place a sheet of bubble wrap between the clock hands and the dial.
  2. Place enough layers of bubble wrap between the dial/hands and the glass so that when the door is closed, the bubble wrap is VERY LIGHTLY compressed. …
  3. Close and lock the door/glass.
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Where do you put a grandfather clock?

A grandfather clock can go just about anywhere as long as there is enough room. You certainly want to show off your fine timepiece, but it can be placed under stairs, in libraries and studies, a guest bedroom (your guests will never return), and in any room that won’t subject the clock to moisture or high temperatures.

Are grandfather clocks worth anything?

Longcase clocks, even the battered, dusty and stored-in-the-garage-because-it-doesn’t-work variety, can be worth from hundreds to tens of thousands of pounds, according to a specialist.

Is there a grandmother clock?

A grandmother clock is shorter than a grandfather clock, so it generally measures less than 6 feet 3 inches in height. With a slimmer case and shorter stature, the grandmother clock takes up less space in a room, making it an excellent choice for small rooms, halls, foyers and staircase landings.