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    Posted 3 years ago

    magician1962
    (51 items)

    On it's way. Looking forward to this clock, apparently it's chimes need repair, so that should be interesting. Case looks immaculate, but photos can be deceiving :)

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    1. magician1962 magician1962, 3 years ago
      Someone has attacked the long lever and lifting lever with pliers I guess, from the teeth marks. By re-engineering the long arm and it's two stops, I've managed to get the Westminster; warning and chiming in sequence and stopping after each. When I received it, the chimes just played continuously till the spring ran down. Now the lifting lever which controls the hour chime, is broken off or has a pin missing, most likely. This missing pin or adjustment was no doubt the reason from the mangling of the long lever. It pays to look at these things with logic, before bending things out of the manufacturers specifications. Anyway, getting there slowly....
    2. magician1962 magician1962, 3 years ago
      It is a British Anvil movement, nicely made.

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