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LOL.I think they wanted to see if it would eventually show up on the internet
Bruce, I may be wrong calling it motion works. It’s an old Waterbury with a count wheel so there are no wheels on the front of the main arbor like rack and snail movements. It’s the arbor that is driven by the main arbor and turns when setting the clock and the clutch slips. What do I call it?i'm confused by your terminology... i think of 'motion works' as gears in front of the front plate, with a gear mounted on the minute hand arbor that drives an intermediate gear that drives the hour hand.
i see that the gear in question has an arbor (which motion works don't), but perhaps they used an altered version of the movement in another clock that did want to trigger something on a regular basis. how long does it take for that particular gear to turn 360 degrees when running?