HOW TO REPAIR ANTIQUE CLOCKS Volume 4

by John Wilding

 Volume 4 includes many more construction and repair techniques and also a number
 of chapters warning of the dangers in buying secondhand clocks. The book
 includes: Reducing the diameter of a Crank Key pipe, Refacing Pallets, How often
 should mechanical clocks be serviced?, Replacing a missing Click Spring, Making
 an Hour Hand Collet, Missing Parts 1,2,and 3, Working Order and General Procedure
 1 and 2, Cutting Clock wheels in the Lathe 1 and 2, Repairs to a 30 Hour
 Birdcage Movement, Repairing Geneva Stopwork, Pinning a Wheel, Pivot repair 1 and
 2, Buyer Beware 1, 2 and 3, Making a new Pendulum for a Cuckoo Clock, a Broken
 Hour Hand, Repairs to an English Dial, Miscellaneous Repairs, Repairs to a Rope
 Drive 30 Hour Long Case 1 and 2. These volumes are compiled from actual clocks
 which have been through my workshop where I photographed the faults and the
 repair procedures.

There are 104 pages and approximately 344 illustrations

 
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