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    Retired General Dentist
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    Since 2010 I've collected and repaired pendulum regulated antique clocks. I'm not fully retired yet so as time permits I purchase and restore them. Some of them end up in our collection, some I acquire for temporary possession and sale. I mostly work with American clocks, but we have some German and some French clocks currently in our collection.

    I don't have a mechanical/machinist background so my shop and skill set are still pretty basic but I been able to handle most general issues of normal to rough wear and tear that I've come across.

    I bend towards the approach that the best horological maintenance and restoration/repairs are difficult to detect although an antique movement which is bright and shiny has obviously "had some work done". These mechanisms were meant to be professionally serviced, so that's okay in my book.

    I also take some pleasure in restoring/rejuvenating clock cases and find that work to be very wide-ranging and challenging at times.

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