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I own at least one 30hr. brass spring movement.
There are people who advertise in the Mart that do this work, send them the bezel, and they make and fit the glass.
I always use thin blocks under at least the front feet when the clocks on carpet.
Make sure the repairperson is competent, not just cause they say they are, I have had to re-repair several by so-called repair persons.
When I get home, I think I have a movement that can be parted out, if it"s right maybe I can just sell you the whole movement for nominal cost.
Number one you are trying to fit an early movement into a later case, if the case has signs of screw mounting holes you have the wrong movement....
You may not have enough power does the clock need bushings, or if you did that you may have a bad one, these movements wear badly and that could...
You have correctly identified your clock as a Jerome & Co.. It is an OGEE, which is derived from the OG curve on the case, or "S" curve. It is...
Need to see a picture to tell for sure.
It sounds like a 24hr. dial, not rare, not common.
From what I can see it appears to be an early Welch with a very nice case , the pendulum is wrong but as long as the movement is marked Welch, it...
French clocks have very hard pivots, very hard to drill and re-pivot get help as has been suggested.
Great job not an easy clock for a beginner, welcome ask lots of questions.
Will it run with only the minute hand or only the hour hand, if so there is a bind between them.
Send us a picture of what you have, it will be easier to help.
I've seen this often in steel plate movements.
It looks like it was not rinsed, and then dried properly.
And then the name and trademark were transferred to a company in Lynwood Washington, who continued to make some rather nice clocks.
A picture could help us in helping you, it can be an older clock with a good movement, or a modern one with a poor one, good luck.
Can you get it out of the case, and take a picture, maybe a New Haven.