HOW TO REPAIR ANTIQUE CLOCKS Volume 2

by John Wilding

Volume 2 is similar in size and format but deals with more advanced repairs. Again, examples of the chapter headings are as follows:- Repairing a broken Fusee Arbor, Checking the length of a mainspring, Replacing a missing escapement, Reconstructing missing alarm work on a 30 hour posted frame alarm clock, Gathering pallet replacement, Replacing broken wheel teeth, Replacing missing datework, Problems with slip washers, Making a new dial for existing movement, Overhauling a 30 hour long case movement, Casing and fitting a new dial to an english dial movement, Overhauling a damaged 8-day longcase movement, Overhauls a skeleton clock, Overhauling a Vienna regulator, Repairing an American Clock etc.

There are 123 pages and approximately 400 illustrations

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