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
47+ years as a professional clock repair person- still a full time clock repair service owner.
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-The pendulum assembly begins at the top with a 1" two legged suspension spring pinned to a brass post sticking out of the back of the rear movement plate. Next a silver(probably) suspension leader
MODEL 59M31 WHICH IS THE RAREST ROTOR IN THE WORLD RPM 1 WATTS 4 not so rare across the pond! Rotor is B3 or sub B13 also not rare- no longer made but rebuilders sell for $125 http://www.ebay
probably not the original movement--the photo shows an alarm equipped mvt originally? anyway a 32 tooth wheel should have gotten you a 6792 BPH or 11" pendulum length a 36 tooth 7640.8 bph and
39 teeth is in my books as correct for the 6 1/2 I will ask my pros on the internet if they have an answer and get back Internet responses beg asking: the suspension wire or "feather" would have
probably about 1980 mfg- Welby name got sold and re-sold and was for a while part of Elgin National Industries in IL. Not much history available--lot of US companies made wood cases and put German movements
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