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Posted 7 years ago

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I can see printed on the clock work "The Sessions Clock Company" but thats all I know. The clock is a 8 day clock (guess) and has chimes. I can't see any left overs on the lower glass that might have had a company name. The big spring on the left of the works is broken. I don't know if that can be brased together or has to be replaced. One piece fell out when I opened the clock and I don't know where it goes.

The clock was given to me by a fried who said it was his Great, Great, Grandfathers. It came from Mexico where he lived. The G, G GF was a Alcalde which is like a judge of the first instance in a town or pueblo.

I think some wood parts are missing on the bottom of the case. I can see where something was a one time.

I would like to bring this back to good shape and as close as to when it was made but I am kind of opperating in the dark. Any help anyone can give will do good.

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  1. Nick, 7 years ago
    call a local antiques shop. i know that the antique shop where i work restores these items. they are usually helpful or can restore it for you.
  2. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 7 years ago
    That sort of a shop might also be able to point you to a clock maker, some things are better in the hands of pros (like clock works) If you feel like doing the wood youself then just go slow and cautiously................if you are unsure the a shop might be best. If you really like it then it will be worth the investment.
    Sessions clocks are a breeze to work on and they like to let you know when they're running. "TICK-TOCK-TICK-TOCK" They run loud but are still loved.

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