Making a Tavern Clock Case

Discussion in 'Clock Case Restoration and Repair' started by spxer, Oct 20, 2019.

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  1. spxer

    spxer Registered User

    Jun 20, 2016
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    I have a Norwich clock movement that I want to build a round top tavern clock case for. The movements (Tavern and Norwich) are essentially the same. I would like to make it as close to the original construction as I can. I have studied a lot of photos, but I can't determine the details. Such as wood species, board thickness, joinery etc. Some photos seem to show common butt joints. Any suggestions for the kind of info I need?

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