Wooden Movement ID book

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  1. eculuke

    eculuke Registered User

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    Hey guys,
    I was wondering how everybody ID's these different movements and was told by a collector that there is a book circulating that has pictures to help ID. Can anybody tell me the name or tell me where I can buy it?
    Thanks
    Luke
     
  2. Peter A. Nunes

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    Luke, I included details about the Bulletin in question, and a link to an online version, in a post in your P & S thread.
     
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    #3 Jim_Miller, Nov 6, 2014
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    Peter, can you tell me where I can find this online link,
    thanks
     
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    http://cogcounters.org/

    Go to the links page. Although it is now somewhat dated, Snowden Taylor's guide to wooden shelf clock movements is still comprehensive, and really is the only work of its kind.
     

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