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Kenneth Saunders

U.S.
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Any mechanical clock question - no battery clock questions and no appraisals. 47 years as a professional clock repair person- still a full time clock repair service owner. Attach a photo if possible and note all markings on the rear of the mechanism- thanks

Daniel Clements

U.K.
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All questions about pre C1820 UK antique clocks. For the type of clock I can answer questions about, see if your clock is something like one on our website http:// www.pendulumofmayfair.co.uk

Wayne

U.S.
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I will answer any clock repair questions to the best of my ability but not appraisal questions.

Barry W Macomber

U.S.
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My experience is mostly with 19th century American clocks. I can answer repair questions and can identify most clocks of this period. I cannot answer questions about non-American clocks.

Tom Williams

U.S.
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I can not think of any questions I cannot answer in regard to repairing antique clocks or radios. However, I am sure there are a few I have not heard and may not be able to answer. If I cannot, I will say so. I have been repairing them since I was a young child.

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2016-04-17 Alfry clock:

that number sounds like that of a Hermle movement. I have a movement just like it except it has an A suffix. My winding arbors measure 4 mm which is .l58 inches and would require a #8 American size key

2016-04-13 Thomas Fletcher Clock:

Your clock is a C1820 example. From the pictures and damage to dial it would require restoration. I would estimate a value for estate purposes to be around 6-800$ in its present condition from the poor

2016-04-13 Henle battery mantle clock:

If this is a battery operated movement there is nothing you can do to change how fast the hour hand moves.  The only thing I can suggest is to see if the minute hand is touching the hour hand and pulling

2016-04-06 elephant swinger clock:

colored epoxy might work?    the 8 point star w/J in the middle and unghans around the top in small letters. This clock is suppose to be from 1880's, according to my Dad,spelter wasn't used until the early

2016-04-05 Sligh wall clock:

I can not tell from Sligh's nunbers what mechanism is in your clock  fully wound the chimes should last a week also - but the chime spring (on the right) is larger and you may not be winding it fully?

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