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Not sure, but I think it's a 166.079
I think the part number for your clock is 11089 at Timesavers: Timesavers
The spring portion between the two halves is about 3mm or a little less.
Well worth repair and restoration!
My way of thinking about it works this way in my mind.
I consider where the two pallets on the anchor are in distance from the escape wheel....
I'll have to remember that. If I don't do it everyday I forget which way it goes.
The "Museum of Science and Industry" had one, but was removed in 1998.
I think those serve as a point to secure it to the wall once you get it in beat.
Hermle has a better sound -- to me.
I think that would be a good possibility. Certainly some kind of African? hardwood.
Between the two clocks the Kieninger would be the favorite...
This movement has two stop pins on either side of the leader, which inhibits the adjustment. Those pins screw in however, and can be removed.
I prefer Wendy's! ha :)
Thanks Dan, Meanwhile I did adjust it. Since I had it out of the clock, I steadied it in a vice and gave it what I thought it might need. Got...