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Thanks Bruce, that's it.
update, it is a New England Electric Clock Company movement, I am looking for more information. There are some photos on clockdoc site.
I have seen them on Ebay
There is a Waterbury #61 on ebay, been there for a long time.
I have never seen a movement like this, does anyone know what it is? The only marks are, 205 and Pat. Feb 24, 9. Link to youtube video....
Here are my two, Waterbury #60 and Waltham. Steve
That looks like a Herschede 2 train movement.
thanks for that photo, now I know how the latch on the dial worked, mine has been changed, but the hole by the 9 is still there.
nice sound, I have to do my 9 tube, it's metal to metal now.
Don't know if case was refinished, all I did was polish and shelac the finials, since the dial was redone, the case was most likely refinished too.
Thanks for the information, I cleaned the movement, and it's running well. The dial refinish looks like the work of the dial house.
found this at an estate sale, any idea how old it is. dial has been redone.
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Three of mine, the left with double weight is a 60 day runner.
A photo of the clock
Here is a photo of my electro clock. runs on 3 volts.
How long should 2 D cells run a seconds beating NY Standard? I get 15 swings per impulse, but have to change bateries every 3 months.
wow! what a clock!
I have one with a round dial, very accurate.
nice clock, wish I had one
Very nice clock, I have not seen one of those before