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Tom Williams

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.


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

Barry W Macomber

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.

Kenneth Saunders

Any mechanical clock question - no battery clock questions and no appraisals. 40 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

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://

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2014-09-09 Ansonia Ezee Set Wall Clock #770:

Since your clock is a wall clock, I assume the beat rate adjustment is at the bottom of the pendulum, thus a single ended key would work. If the dial has a small hole at the top for adjusting the beat

2014-09-03 Herman Miller Clock:

We did some research and found Herman Miller was a W.. Michigan business man who, together with his son-in-law, D. J. DePree bought the Michigan Star Furniture Co. in 1923. This company manufactures to

2014-09-01 Antique PRIMA Wall Clock:

nice clock-- must sound beautiful when it strikes    made in Germany around 1910    by Schlenker & Kienzle  in Schwenningen

2014-08-31 Gilbert 1807:

To stop the chime will take some bending of some of the control rods and I would have to have to clock in front of me as it is a trial and error adjustment. You make an adjustment and try it to see if

2014-08-29 Antonia mantle clock:

I could not find this model anywhere. This is a typical oak gingerbread or kitchen clock from about 1900. A lot of these have just a flat board front with a design pressed into it. Yours has some attached

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