We could call it the NAWCC Botchmaker Inventory:P I think mall battery replacers would have their own category. Then there's people with poorly dressed screwdrivers who scratch the plates up. Should people who mix up the screws have their own category?
My staking set has five short stakes, they're about an inch and a half in length. The ends are shaped like pins, and on one or two the tip is shaped like a screwdriver. Does anyone know anything about these little stakes?
Is anyone familiar with a herschede Model 808 mantle clock? It has westminster chimes and is built in the napoleon's hat style. I'm trying to get a rough idea of how old the model 808 is. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I've been looking at a pocket watch, the dial says Waltham. The movement is signed "Inspector's Special" and appears to be a modified 1883 movement. Waltham is not engraved on the movement at all. Is anyone familiar with this style?
Thank you very much! Your thoughts were very helpful, and I managed to identify the appropriate spring. Turns out the clock has an A-200 "Sharon" movement. After looking closely, I even found A-200 stamped on it.
Does anyone have tips on how I can identify a Seth THomas movement? It's in a E515-003 clock, and needs a new time train mainspring. I'm probably going to replace both time and strike, however. The time mainspring broke a few days ago. I can measure the existing mainspring, but there is...