Thank you for the detail and instruction
Thanks for the explicit detail. I have learned more from your post in what to look for. I will check the alignments first and if necessary replace the suspension spring.
I recently acquired an Ansonia and Waterbury gingerbread clocks. Bothe have the same pendulum rod style and both wobble and then stop. I have tried straightening the rods, adjusting the openings on the bobs to no avail. Any suggestions on how to fix will be appreciated.
I have that one on it now and am waiting for a Waterbury bob. In the mean time I have put a longer suspension rod and that has gotten me to within 5 minutes a day. So will shorten a little and keep trying that to get it accurate.
Recent acquisition needs help and identification. This is a Waterbury Cast Iron mantle clock. Came with missing Bob and mis matched feet. Would love to bring it back to its glory. Have tried a spare bob but clock runs fast at slowest adjustment. Does anyone know what the proper bob weight should...
Looking for some guidance and or suggestions on my recent acquisition. This is a GF 12s Howard Pocket watch. The Rear cover moves freely and when fully open is at 90 degrees. Both hinges look good But I can not get the rear cover to snap shut as it should. The inner rear cover snaps shut as it...
Purchased a 19j E Howard pocket watch from ebay. Tried to remove the stem by turning the screw 1 3/4 but stem did not release. tried turning screw 3 times and still wont release. Is there another way to get the stem out. Other than that it runs great
Thank you RC for your detailed response. So here is what I have done:
Re-attached the feet whilst keeping the original nails. Not exactly snug but tighter
removed the suspension spring and filed the ”L” a little more. This is a new replacement as the original had a horrible sodder gob. Used A...
Thanks for your comment. When on the stand it did not have as long an arc. So as I understand raise the right Side when viewing the swinging pendulum? When I check case level i have to put Penny’s under the front and rear of the right side pendulum view.