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  1. MikeDeB

    Can't figure out how the striking train works in this Seth Thomas 30hr lyre movement

    I've recently got this Seth Thomas cottage clock which has a 30 hour lyre movement in it for repair. The movement is marked Plymouth, Conn. and the case is marked Thomaston, Conn. putting it in about the early 1860s. The client said they had it repaired about 15 or 20 years ago and the strike...
  2. MikeDeB

    Need help with a Seth Thomas #86 in a gallery clock

    Hi all, I'm having trouble with a Seth Thomas gallery clock with what I believe has a #86 movement. The clock case measures 32" in diameter with a 24" dial. The problem I'm having is that the pendulum doesn't seem to have enough amplitude to run properly. As a result the clock runs extremely...

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