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    Default Arts and Crafts era mystery movement identification. Please help..

    Hello all,
    I have a mystery movement from the Arts and Crafts era. There are no makers marks anywhere I can find. I need to fit it with a new rod/spring and bob. There is a 18cm over 158 stamp but nothing else. Has anyone ever seen or worked with one of these? Any help would be greatly
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    Default Re: Arts and Crafts era mystery movement identification. Please help.. (By: rogersrr)

    Do you have the rest of the parts it looks like it's missing hour tube and the adjacent gear.
    Larry Pearson, FNAWCC* #35863

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    Default Re: Arts and Crafts era mystery movement identification. Please help.. (By: rogersrr)

    Hello
    Yes it is complete except for the pendulum rod and bob and seems very impatient to run without them lol. Could be the low quality pics. My good camera is not working right now. Any ideas as to the maker or age?

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    Default Re: Arts and Crafts era mystery movement identification. Please help.. (By: rogersrr)

    Here is a pic with the hour tube and gear. Sorry I originally posted the pic without them in error.
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    Default Re: Arts and Crafts era mystery movement identification. Please help.. (By: rogersrr)

    I understand these cases were typically made separately and supplied to be fitted with a movement as opposed to being made by a clock manufacturer. The best known examples of this type of Arts & Crafts clocks in the UK are Tudric.
    Jonathan.

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