Tower Clock ID

Discussion in 'Tower, Monumental & Street Clocks' started by Donn Haven Lathrop, Nov 30, 2016.

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  1. Donn Haven Lathrop

    Donn Haven Lathrop Registered User

    Jul 28, 2010
    This note is for gvsale:

    Idly rummaging through your Flikr album, and saw the below photo. The clock is a post-1850 Model 4 Ephraim Byram. The flat-topped posts establish the year, the frame, the strike snail and the strike train second wheel with its lifting pins are diagnostic for the movement.

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  2. gvasale

    gvasale Registered User
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    Mar 30, 2005
    work in a machine shop, not as a machinist
    webster, Ma
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    Don: I knew who made it, but when, that's different. It does need a few $k worth of repairs.

    When was the last time you saw one? I'd like to get to Sag Harbor to see the one there.

    I do have a piece of Dura-Bar to replace the broken section, but unfortunately time is short for projects. Going to be tricky duplicating some parts.

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