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That's a NICE one! It was actually made by Mastercrafters using a Pennwood movement instead of their usual Sessions movement. The Mastercrafters clocks with these movements are very rare. Only made for a year or so (about 1940) just before world war 2. I have one also.Here is a really kool Pennwood clock I acquired a number of years ago. No model number that I can find
found your blog 9 years to late but would like to share my collection if its allowedI am starting a catalog of the Pennwood Numechrons from 1935 up. Please post a picture of your numechron (s) with a model number or name and the year if known. Thanks-Russ
I have two wagons that I restored and set them up so they are pulled by horses from other clocks
there is a video of haw to fit a newer motor onRe: 1937 Bronze Pennwood Numechron
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The motor must be burnt out (no ohm)
Is there a place that will repair the windings or replacement motor or used ?