Tower Clock Restoration

College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina

Randolph Hall Clock Restoration
Randolph Hall Clock Restoration
Randolph Hall Clock Restoration

Client

College of Charleston

Location

Randolph Hall, College of Charleston, South Carolina

About This Clock Restoration Project

Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry provided the tower clock restoration for the historic Randolph Hall on the College of Charleston campus in Charleston, South Carolina.

Randolph Hall was built in 1828 and is one of the oldest college buildings still in daily and active use in the United States.

The building and clock are listed on the National Historic Register and Christoph Paccard was chosen to lead the restoration of the historic tower clock.

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