Ingraham "Treasure Island" Restoration

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  1. Arthur Cagle

    Arthur Cagle Registered User

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    I'm restoring an Ingraham "Treasure Island" banjo as a gift for my 12 year old grandson. There is a series of gold balls that hang from the box, and these are missing. Can someone with this clock measure the balls for me so that I can put on the correct size? Many thanks!
     
  2. dgoerner

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    did you ever get the size you needed
     
  3. Rockin Ronnie

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    I'm afraid I am no help but is the project completed?

    Ron
     
  4. Arthur Cagle

    Arthur Cagle Registered User

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    Well, yes, in a manner of speaking! I had the originals after all. I had disassembled the clock some time ago and had misplaced the balls, finally discovering them. Felt pretty stupid, I must say, but was happily surprised.
     
  5. Arthur Cagle

    Arthur Cagle Registered User

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    In the finishing stages now...life interfered, but the case is done and the movement is on the bench now, all cleaned up and being reassembled. I can't believe it's been delayed a year!
     

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