I will answer any clock repair questions to the best of my ability but not appraisal questions.
I have been repairing mechanical and electric clocks for over 25 years.
I am a current expert in the small appliance catagory.
We have been in business in the Madison, Wi. area for over 30 years.
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Hermle only made wind-up movements until the early 90's. I do not think that they made the quartz movements either. I was probably made in China and the Hermle name was stamped on the movement. I think
I think you may mean Howard Miller. If Howard Miller Co has a web site I would try there. If not try the National Watch and Clock Museum. You have to have a manufactures production book to tell using
If the center of the minute hand is solid with just a hole in it there is nothing much you can do. If it has a bushing insert on it there may be something you can do. If the center of the hand is solid
I have not seen a clock like this before so I am not going to be much help to you. I will however direct you to: www.nawcc.org This is the National Association of Watch and Clocks and they should be
That is a standard part that is used on a lot of different grandfather movements. You should be able to order the parts you need from Timesavers.com There should be a picture of what you need there as
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