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I found an assembly form a junk cuckoo clock that was close and it worked out OK. The gear had one tooth less, but was the same diameter. It worked fine.Hello i am in need for a complete winding arbour and ratchet / click assembly for the horolovar swinging pendulum / Ignatz clock
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I can see that is a Mauthe movement. Here are photos of the same basic movement in case you don't know what the count wheel looks like.......I need a count wheel for this German clock. See photos.
As per previous post.Need bezel/dial/plate assembly for ST Lucerne/Lucrece/Poppy type clock, 3 1/2" dial, bezel to fit 3 3/4" opening. Also need a couple sets of hands to fit this size dial.
Need small mounting plate that fits ST/Kaiser movement to dial/bezel for ST Paris clock.
Any rear door assemblies, movements or parts for the types of clocks mentioned.
I will get back to you promptly. Thanks.
bajaddict, I have to thank you for teaching me a new word! Now I can refer to a "spandrel" instead of a "corner decorative thingamajiggy."...and a spandrel for my West German-made Forestville chain driven wall clock....
You are welcomebajaddict, I have to thank you for teaching me a new word! Now I can refer to a "spandrel" instead of a "corner decorative thingamajiggy."
If you don't position it on correctly it will be a cocked spandrel - or maybe even a cockeyed spandrel.You are welcome
Before I searched high and low for the name of this thing-a-ma-hoogie.... I always that that a spandrel was a water dog
Thank you, Harold I bookmarked their site.... but I will probably wait until an ebay junker comes along.
PM Clocks lists a few spandrels in their Hardware section. But be aware that they among the priciest of the suppliers.Thank you, Harold I bookmarked their site.... but I will probably wait until an ebay junker comes along.
Thank you for the good resource, however.