As the curator of a small, rural historic site I am responsible for the contents of a building where a there is a Herschede Model 122 with dial and works built by Waltham Clock Co. in 1908. This formidable clock has not been wound for at least 5 years, and perhaps as many as 12. Having recently ordered a key crank, I am ready to wind and set the clock, something that I have looked forward to for a long time. Now that the time is here however, I am concerned about doing something that may inadvertently damage the works. A simple web search for specific guidance on winding and setting this particular clock was not helpful, so I'm hoping one of you might suggest a source of step by step instructions, or provide information that will guide me through the process. The clock was last serviced in 1998. Thank you.
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