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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    Now, that's NOT a problem that's easy to spot................... well played !!
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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    later................ Thanks. it actually looks even better now - i removed decades of dust with furniture polish on a paintbrush - then gave it some elbow grease with a cloth. then, to finish off i carefully scraped the light coating of rust from the chrome-plated front ring (around the...
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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    don't know if this is too late, no date? that stuff is original, but not correctly assembled. take great care with the wire bits, and do NOT bend anything unless you are sure.
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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    thanks one and all, she's a goer !! following pics on this thread, i assembled the mechanism and with a little adjustment the eyes were sweeping wider than i thought possible. yahaay. my clock-boss said i should get rid of some friction in the eye-pivots. i'd read how delicate (and rare) the...
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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    Hi JTD yes thx. post 28 was exactly what i needed. i was having problems making the eyes work - because i couldn't understand the mechanism. Now i know how it should be assembled - although why it has the 'box' with the 'sliding arms' is still a mystery.............. ?? also i was fascinated...
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    Tezuka poppo rolling eye dog clock

    i think it is original - i got one exactly the same. am hoping to learn how to assemble it right

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