E.N. Welch case

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  1. Mike Shepherd

    Mike Shepherd New Member

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    Hello All

    I have come into ownership of an E N Welch clock which I believe was built around the 1900's. I believe that for most of its life it set on a mantle just above a fireplace and therefore the case is warped badly at the bottom.
    I think it might actually run but for the fact its warped so badly it will not sit level. Short of putting the movement in a new case, is there anything I can do for it?


    Thanks
    Mike
     
  2. Joseph Bautsch

    Joseph Bautsch Registered User
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    Post some photos of what you have and we can give you some idea of what needs to be done. Include shots of the case from all angles as well as the works.
     

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