I purchased a Sessions Home clock at the Cleveland show lat week as a basket case. I have the movement running and the case s done. I started to work on the alarm. The arm was broken off of the alarm so I set it up on the mill and made a new rod. I kept it long because I was unsure of the length, nothing to go by. So I silver brazed the rod in and re-assembled the movement. When I left the shop I began to think that maybe there should be two rods. One for the hammer and one for the lift? But the was only one rod on the movement. Was this a reproduction alarm or is the lift wire tied to the hammer? Here are some pics. If you have one of these clocks I would appreciate a picture to go by. There are some orginal holes and I am hoping that these are correct as well. Thanks in advance.