Thanks for that, I will pop it in and see what his advice is. Just getting it to keep reasonable time would prolly be best. The more I find out about it the more I think it’s probably 1920 ish......still an “old ‘un” but it’s not like it’s by a famous maker or anything.
Thanks for that oldhippy, I have found a chap in Portsmouth and I feel much more confident taking my clock to a BHI repairer!
I have taken a quick photo of the platform.....what do you think? Has it already been replaced?
Go to the B H I site. Type in where you live and it will give you a list of clock repairers around your area. Make sure you pick one that carries out all the work on their premises and give a guarantee. You have not posted any photos, so I don’t know what the platform is like. If there is something broken on the platform, never let them replace it with a new one, it will decrees the value of the clock. It is better to have it repaired.