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    Bill Stuntz

    Re: French Clock Identification

    Can't really contribute any info, but these new bigger photos sure are nice! My old eyes REALLY like them.

    Bill Stuntz Today, 12:48 AM Go to last post

    Re: Hebdomas - Help ID year / model

    Yours is an early one. My guess from near 1900. Earliest ones were better quality since were intended for the upscale market. However did not sell well

    artbissell Today, 12:24 AM Go to last post

    Re: fasoldt

    Thanks for your response. My research tells me that Charles Fasoldt did make clocks and unlike watches whereby
    an impulse was delivered to provide

    rcbobwill Today, 12:03 AM Go to last post

    Re: fasoldt

    Your query is difficult to reply to because Charles Fasholdt is better known as a maker of very fine pocket size watches. But Fasholdt could have sold

    Eckmill Yesterday, 11:52 PM Go to last post

    Re: How Do I make a Long Pendulum Act Shorter?

    I didn't see the part about "doubling or tripling the length". Ain't gonna do that with top-loading. Either get into swapping out gears, as

    bangster Yesterday, 11:48 PM Go to last post

    Re: Antique Wall Clock - Maybe Hungarian - Help!

    The clock may have bee retailed in Hungary at some point in its life bit the manner and kind of construction of the movement is a basic Black Forest of

    Eckmill Yesterday, 11:35 PM Go to last post
  • Tower Clock with illumination