Everyone, I just got this ST Gallery clock. It's actually the inside case with the dial and movement, but missing the big stepped oak donut outer case and bezel with the glass. (Tran Du Ly page 63) I bought it missing the pendulum as well and it was sold as parts or restoration. The case structure is present and there's no problem with hanging it on the wall and running it without the outer decorative case, it will just look "rustic" maybe? I found a used ST pendulum that will probably fit my #60 movement and work fine, but the slot in the shaft doesn't come anywhere close to the crutch on this 86 movement. My Tran book has a lot of 86 model movements, but i don't see a V or a Y that would help me determine the correct pendulum length. The stamp on the movement wasn't done straight on so you can only guess at what it should be. Does anyone have any other resources that might give the length of the pendulum? It is for a 30 day double spring. By the way, the clock movement runs like a champ and has been going for hours with the little geneva stop wheel on the crutch. Thanks!
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