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Medford Clock and Barometer is located in the center of Historic Medford Village. It specializes in the repair and restoration of all types of antique barometers. Antique mercury barometers can repaired, restored, or just calibrated. In addition to antique barometers, alarm clocks to grandfather clocks, and everything can be serviced. The show room in the shop is filled with working clocks and barometers from decades past. The company produces a very complete line of mercury, aneroid, and mercury free fluid instruments.

Location: 3 Union Street, Medford New Jersey 08055 Telephone 609/953-0014 Fax 609/953-0411

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