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    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed

    I'm looking for a "Style F" movement for a Self-Winding Clock, ca. 1913. This should be complete and functional with the iron base that screws onto the case backboard. Hands and dial not needed, but the pendulum would be nice, though I know this can be replaced with new parts from the usual suppliers. Thanks.

    Frank Lindauer
    Frank Lindauer
    Cad49@bellsouth.net

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    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed (By: Frank Lindauer)

    I'm looking for a "Style F" movement for a Self-Winding Clock, ca. 1913. This should be complete and functional with the iron base that screws onto the case backboard. Hands and dial not needed, but the pendulum would be nice, though I know this can be replaced with new parts from the usual suppliers. Thanks.

    Frank Lindauer
    Frank Lindauer
    Cad49@bellsouth.net

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    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed (By: Frank Lindauer)

    Such items are offered from time to time on eBay. Presently there is one offered. Search eBay for item 654182774. But you'd better get your bid in soon for it will be gone in an hour.

    You didn't state which escapement you need. The one refered to is either a 120 or 140 beat used in a short case. Movements with 80 or 60 beat escapement are generally scarce and bring higher bidding on eBay.
    H.J. (Les) Lesovsky, Alhambra California

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    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed (By: Frank Lindauer)

    Thanks, Les. I need a movement for a short (square) case. A guy in Florida may offer me one that has been overhauled (rebushed if necessary), but I would like to have an alternate source as well for comparison.

    Frank
    Frank Lindauer
    Cad49@bellsouth.net

  5. #5

    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed (By: Frank Lindauer)

    Frank,

    I don't sell, but any of you guys in central coast Calif who want to trade stuff like that, I have plenty of it.

    Happy hunting,
    Bill

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    Default Movement for Self-Winding Clock Needed (By: Frank Lindauer)

    To Bill and anyone who responded to this:

    I finally located a guy in Florida who specializes in these clocks. He is rebuilding what should be the correct 3v. battery movement and will ship to me in Georgia.

    Frank
    Frank Lindauer
    Cad49@bellsouth.net

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