Dear esteemed members, have received a vintage signed 'John Ellicot London Royal Exchange' clock for restoration. This piece belongs to a collector and was for many years in storage. some or many tried their hands at it. When i inspected it it came to light that the chiming and strike trains had at some time been removed. Some repairer to let the dial face remain toothed, put blank winding stems rivetted to the front plate. In order to rivet the stem he also squared the striking mechanism fusee hole thus damaging the front plate. Now the challenge is to put back the striking and timing trains as close to original as possible. The drum for the marked chimes of 'The Grenadier's March' and' The Morning glory' may also be difficult to fabricate unless a tape is punched from music to place the pins. I believe the mechanism had cascaded bells 8 or 10 in numbers. If any member has photos of this clock mechanism or can guide me in any way do kindly share. it would make the task easier. Figuring out exact original out of thin air is rather challenging.