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Good tip on Alum, did you you use a sealer or lacquer after on the dial Dave?
Its a nice tool you bought Robert, its odd that there is very little info on this tool.
WD 40 is not a lubricant, only used to remove other wd40, get some good quality clock oil, its not expensive.
Welcome Nahil, you have joined a great group. Enjoy and ask questions.
Why i remarked as the movement looked pretty low end and the quality of the casting to me, hope others can identify this clock. I am just going by...
I might be really wrong but it looks like a cheap asian reproduction clock. If i am wrong, sorry.
I am thinking too , 1920,s and 1930,s era for this clocks age.
Duncan swish, just add oil, not the way to go, not a good idea to lubricate a clock movement this way. I would be happy the clock was running period.
Thanks Jim for the posting, i suspected it had been modified, at least you know now for sure.
I have a 16 sz watch that has Altrue Buren on the dial as well.
I know what you mean.I bought one of those tempurpedic beds, that,s adjustable . My wife always wanted one. I had to move over 10 clocks and take...
Hi Jim, I saw that one too and i really wondered, i have never seen one before, i am glad you snagged it.
Don what kind of regulator are you looking for?
Very nice clock Russell, it reminds me of a Seth Thomas, the case. Great find.