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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Hi Kurt I've just taken the time to watch your well-executed, informative video. I enjoyed it and thanks for sharing it with us all. I'm not familiar with
GAIUS COLEMAN
Jul 1
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15648

Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Hi Kurt I've just taken the time to watch your well-executed, informative video. I enjoyed it and thanks for sharing it with us all. I'm not familiar with
GAIUS COLEMAN
Jul 1
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work [5 Attachments]

Hi Ralph, thanks for sharing those pictures. Are the clocks from your collection? The German movement looks very much like that one I found in a Vienna
Kurt Strehlow
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Here are a couple of Swiss movements withe independent pull repeat. They are striking movements. The longcase movement, which I identify as German (I'm open to
Ralph
Jun 30
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15645

Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Hi Peter, I think those technical inventions were spread around by the journeymen. Often enough when clockmakers from Southern Germany did their journeyman
Kurt Strehlow
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

This is similar to many English bracket clocks that have the independent spring because the clock functions normally as a timepiece only. I would think it is
Peter Jordan
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Great video, I like the independent spring for the repeat function. Mark From: mailto:clocksgroup@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 5:42 AM To:
Mark Frank
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Kurt: Your video was well done and very informative. One doesn't see that type of movement very often, if at all! Thanks for sharing -- Joseph E. Martines
Joseph Martines
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Hi Cliff, I was quite surprised, too, about the side shake. But I found out the side shake is necessary to reset the system. The striking sequence starts with
Kurt Strehlow
Jun 30
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Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Hello Kurt. I like the delicate snail with its partial cut-out, but I note it has a lot of side shake. Is that intentional? Cliff Coggin Kent England Je suis
Cliff Coggin
Jun 30
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15639

Re: Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Very nicely done video. Thank you for sharing it. Richard Holland Evanston IL
Richard Holland
Jun 30
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15638

Table clock with Silent Pull Strike Work

Good morning, recently I got a table clock with a silent pull quarter strike work on my table. After repair I took some video clips and put them on Youtube.
Kurt Strehlow
Jun 30
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The May installment of the astro-skeleton clock

The May 2015 installment of the on-going astronomical skeleton clock construction project is ready at http://www.my-time-machines.net/astro_05-15.htm . In this
Mark Frank
Jun 29
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15636

Re: Regula 72 music box problem

Hello, The owners came in & had a look at the movement out of the case & I was able to show them how badly worn it was. After the overhaul (I think I fitted 9
lukeadare
Jun 27
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15635

Brass clock case mounts

Many thanks to those of you who have posted on this subject so far. The links that Jean Christian sent have been particularly helpful, especially the one to
Peter Jordan
Jun 26
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