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    Posted 9 years ago

    BruceGilch…
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    Any leads on obtaining this part would be appreciated. Clock tackled by Dad during kitchen raid at night. Mom inherit clock weeks earlier and has inscription framed as to age and clocks previous owner. From New Jersey.

    Bruce

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    1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 9 years ago
      Try eBay. You might end up paying someone to fabricate a reproduction for you. Good luck.
    2. BruceGilchrist, 9 years ago
      Will keep in mind. Thanks Bruce99. Is it possible someone has this part from a scrapped clock?
    3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 9 years ago
      You can set up an automated search on eBay. You might also register at the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors website's message board. Registration is free. They have a "Clock Parts Wanted" message thread where you can post photos and descriptions of what you need. If nothing else, you might get some leads. Go to http://mb.nawcc.org/ and register...it's free. Then go to Clock Repair under Clocks. At the very top of the page you'll see a permanent thread titled "Clock Parts Wanted". If you need help, contact Harold Bain. He's a moderator and he started the thread. He's a nice guy and is always willing to help. Hope you find what you're looking for.

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