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  1. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    Again, thank-you everyone that helped me to think through this so much more. A lesson I hopefully will never forget.:chuckling:
  2. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    When I first took the movement apart, I never noticed that one part till it fell as I was pulling gears out. So, all this time I was as Willy said, putting it in wrong. Made a big difference once I put it in correctly. So thankfully I hadn’t made any changes that I couldn’t undo.So as the pin...
  3. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    Here’s a picture from Tran Duy Ly’s Gilbert Clocks
  4. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    I also want to thank everybody for their help !
  5. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    I was asked to clean this movement, it was extremely dirty. The owner had redone a lot of the case, but the label was still on the back. So here are a few pics. Unfortunately, I only took a picture of the front before disassembling it. It ran overnight with just time side in. But after seeing...
  6. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    Okay, had a senior moment, it does fit between the plates.Thinking ofsleeving part of the pivot do I can do away with the extra piece that was added on then putting a bushing in the plate. Here are a couple of side views of what it looks like right now before I do what I’m thinking, unless...
  7. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    That’s what it looked like, but figured out that someone tried to make a ‘not original’ wheel work. The wheel, pivot to pivot is shorter than all the others in the time train. Fiddle sticks, now I have to see if I have a junk Gilbert movement to scavage from.
  8. CJo

    Never seen this before. Odd part in Gilbert movement.

    This is something I’ve never seen before. First thought it was a someone’s way of doing a bushing but not sure. This surely isn’t part of the original movement, is it? This is a Gilbert movement out of a kitchen clock. What are your thoughts or inputs. Thanks!
  9. CJo

    Selfwinding cleaning & repair

    The first pic is the clock I’d like to tackle. Pretty dirty but still running. Second picture is of some movements that I picked up at auction some time back. I really appreciateyour help and need to go through all the info that you pointed out to me before I proceed. Thanks again!!!
  10. CJo

    Selfwinding cleaning & repair

    Are there any good videos of cleaning and repair of selfwinding clock movements?
  11. CJo

    Junghans pivot hole damage

    Functional repair is what I want. Thank you both for your thoughts, I will put them into action.
  12. CJo

    Junghans pivot hole damage

    Starting on this project and I knew that this had been cracked by a previous repairer. Looked worse on the inside of the plate after disassembling. Not sure the best route to go with it. This is the pivot hole for the wheel that drives the escape wheel. I have included several pics of the same...
  13. CJo

    Small New Haven hairspring clock

    I have several of these New Haven small hairspring clocks and need some advice. In one of the photos, it shows a collet on the center wheel that is cracked. There is an arrow pointing to it. Is this suppose to be a press fit collet? (Excuse me if I am using the wrong terminology) It is loose...
  14. CJo

    grandfather center minute arbor

    Normally I take these off, but this one I feel that it’s going to be a problem, so I think I’ll leave it. Thanks for all the advice, I really appreciate your input!
  15. CJo

    Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik

    I have the movement apart, and cannot find anything else. But will keep looking. The plates are 2.38 mm thick.
  16. CJo

    Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik

    The only numbers are the ones I took picture of, that I can find.
  17. CJo

    grandfather center minute arbor

    First time for me on this type of movement. It's an Erhart Jauch Uhrenfabrik grandfather movement, not sure of the year. Is the cam on the center arbor pressed on like Hermle has theirs or does it come off differently? I don't want to proceed till I get some guidance on this one. Pretty sure...
  18. CJo

    Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik

    Hope these help.
  19. CJo

    Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik

    It's dirty, but here it is.
  20. CJo

    Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik

    I was wondering if anyone could date a Erhard Jauch Unrenfabrik movement for me? It’s in a grandfather clock. The numbers on the back of the movement, which I assume are the serial numbers, are 206348. Thanks for your help.

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