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Just wondering, If he took the photos, does he not own the photos? For that matter I didn't see any discussion about discussing a sale or an auction either. He just answered a direct question with "I don't own this clock, yet, ". His stated activity is doing research.but the rules prohibit discussions of active sales or auctions, and posting photos that you don’t own
The case certainly resembles a Howard as shown below, but not the movement, pendulum ball, and dial. See the No. 12, for example, which, BTW, is 5' long. Perhaps someone knows a bit more.It looks like it has a single weight behind the pendulum, similar to Howard?
Without looking at the movement, can anyone tell me the manufacturer/history/type of this clock? It looks like it has a single weight behind the pendulum, similar to Howard? I'm a little confused as to the location of the winding arbor, and how the movement would actually look. thankyou
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What I know about Howards is enough to get me into trouble, but here goes.ahh... in that case, it looks howard-y to me (based mostly on the hands)... hopefully folks who actually know what they're talking about will be along soon to chime in. congrats, either way.
Interesting movement. Unused pinion holes => altered, too.Hi, I do own the clock, sorry for any confusion, I just had not gotten my hands on it yet. But now, here it is. It kind of looks homemade to me? There are a lot of holes in the plates that don't have a purpose. Any other ideas to origin of the movement?
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