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I’d rather have a sticker on the glass than on any of the wood.
It is a nice clock
I know what you mean, shoe leather is not very tasty
I have and have worked on several Mauthe movements and I have never seen one with that shape before. Not to say that it could’ t be one.
Pretty hevi-duty, nice job
Yup, I plan on doing that. I’m going to modify the end of the broken piece. I have to cut off an equal amount on both sides and fit it into the...
Thanks will, but I found the whole assembly in my graveyard.
Yahoo!!!!! I looked in my graveyard and found a Sessions that has the part I need. I don't know why I didn't look there first.
Thanks to all for...
Well, I give it a go unless I can find one.
Do you suppose using part of an old mainspring would be to flexible?
[ATTACH] Will, thanks for the feedback. Do you think it would have to be flat or could I make a round one using an old lever?
Larry, it is a...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] a lady brought this to the shop this morning advising me that her clock wasn’t striking. After taking the movement out...
If I’m not mistaken, isn’t there a museum in Canada that highlights the Pequegnat clocks
Other than a couple of spots using solder as a fix, I can’t see where the problem might be. Where are you located? Is it possible you can contact...
I guess I'd like to know what is meant by " the spring has snapped". It is a common repair to replace broken springs. Are you capable ( no...
Perhaps you could provide some pictures of the movement. This might help the folks who know these clocks
Not the same movement, but I once had a Junghans with a similar case. It had a music box alarm. Mine didn’t have the square top though.
I just sent you a pm
Teddy, I also belong to Antiques Price Guide and if you're still a member , this link might give you info as to some of your questions
OK then, thank you Joseph.
I think Jerry wins on this one. I’ve tried the other suggestions without success, so it’s to the lathe I go. I’ll keep you posted on my progress....