Referring to the Schottenwerk type clocks with the wooden plates and brass gears, etc. Find no real references to the wooden-frame movement in the forums so I am giving this thread a shot. I have a few of these wooden beasts under the bed and the movements are all full of dirt and such. Been in the attic or barn for whole lot of years most likely. I took one downstairs last night to look at getting it running, and see the works are all held together with pegs, etc. No screws, nails or bolts...uhg. Not just something I want to start hacking at without a bit of knowledge beforehand. Anyone know of a book on the repair of these things? I looked all over and find nothing that will tell me how to set about getting it apart without trashing it. I'd say you have to drill out the pegs...but maybe I'm off in left field. Would like a book or a hands-on video, or websites of those that might give me a hand. As said, I have a few of these things put away for cold winter nights so I'd rather prefer to find any references before I get down and dirty with them, not after the fact. Once apart, should be a piece of cake...or ? Can't be worse than a Westminster that rings the wrong tune... LOL Thanks!!!