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    Genealogy, History, Austria, Chess, Philately Queen Victoria and Austria. Music Pink Floyd,Captain Beefheart,Neil Young and many more. Favorite clock antique Longcase Clocks and antique French Carriage Clocks. Worse clock and watch anything with a battery.

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  1. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  2. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  3. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  4. This is what I always used for French carriage clock cases the clear one. Paint it on with a very fine artists brush, it dries very quick. https://www.cousinsuk.com/product/lacquers-rapid-drying
  5. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  6. Here you go use this enter what you have. https://www.m-p.co.uk/formulae/pivcount.htm
  7. I'm assuming you can't re-pivot the wheel. I would go for a replacement platform, just make sure the leaf count is the same, that is the the teeth on the escape wheel.
  8. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  9. Just use the message service, but please no pestering members.
  10. It was decided that this forum will not go down the path of advertising. You can however if someone is asking for something use the message service on here, but no blatant adverts.
  11. With this type you will find it also has a two piece stem, so you will need something to go behind the button and then pull, I always used a pair of nippers.
  12. Could you post photos of the movement and platform.
  13. Well done that's the ticket. Always good to ask if you are not sure. On here we all like to help. Well done everyone.
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