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Hey Ed,When was it last (if ever) serviced. Many form the mid-20th century are still operating without having been cleaned and serviced. The most frequent problem I find is a dry mainspring. A photo of the right side of the movement would be helpful in determining if you may have bellows issues. You have no power, and the heavy balance on the thin suspension spring will allow it to spin down for several hours.
thanks Ed. Should i send you a better or closer up picture? Can a collapsed bellows be fixed? will it required the clock to be sent to a pro? if so, who would you recommend? how much will this operation cost? thanks again.Not a great photo, but it appears the return spring is pretty much pulled back onto the winding cam and the chain is recessed into the bellows cover (the motor). If what I am seeing is correct, you would appear to have a collapsed bellows. Running properly the chain and the small return spring would meet nearer the bottom of the cam.