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Re: Interracial Clock [2 Attachments]

Wow, impressive Mark. I wish I could have watched you fix that! Nice work! You did do a YouTube Video right? LOL! Richard Allbery, Roseville, CA
rlaqso
9:47 AM
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17254

Re: Interracial Clock [2 Attachments]

Nice work, Mark. A depthing tool is not needed often, but is indispensible when it is. Clifford Coggin Kent England ... From: Mark & Judy Meadows
Cliff Coggin
2:08 AM
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17253

Re: An odd clock

Karel,  good hearing from you.  This clock was made in late 1930' to early '40's  Completely original, and odd, odd, odd gotta love it ! Walter Kerschbaum
Walter Kerschbaum
Mar 27
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17252

Re: Something different

... Fascinating! Just fascinating! Thank you! Loved reading about the Deep Space Network as well. I had no idea they were still picking up signals from the
Russell Anderson
Mar 27
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Something different

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6784&utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NASAJPL&utm_content=tech20170321-1 EWS
Douglas Anderson
Mar 27
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17250

Re: An odd clock [1 Attachment]

Hi Walter, I have a similar clock – Seth Thomas, larger dial, relatively shorter pendulum with that of center winding hole. Mine is an old clock some
Karel Ebenstreit
Mar 27
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17249

Re: Interracial Clock [2 Attachments]

An international clock ! Walter Kerschbaum - Fine Antique Clock and Watch Repair - Located in Larchmont NY serving Westchester County, NY From: "Mark & Judy
Walter Kerschbaum
Mar 25
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17248

Interracial Clock

Hi Group, A friend sent me a Sessions time-only movement to make a set of pallets or "verge" for. I saw immediately that the escape wheel was a replacement,
Mark & Judy Meadows
Mar 25
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Re: Fw: clocks

Good afternoon I'm sorry! But, I am DANISH thru and thru and my name is spelled ANDERSEN. Note that it doesn't have an O in the last syllable. Please excuse
charliefatcat2
Mar 24
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17246

Fw: clocks

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John McCreary
Mar 24
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17245

Re: Fw: clocks

3/23/17 To all: Over 65 years ago I was learning my trade from Hjalmar J. Olsen, a first generation American-born Norwegian, a master clockmaker, machinist,
john Losch
Mar 23
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17244

Re: Fw: clocks

Thanks for the reply, I appreciate your interest.  I may have had the incorrect name spelling as perhaps it was an "son" instead of "sen". On Tuesday, March
John McCreary
Mar 22
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Re: Fw: clocks

Not in "Uhrmakare och Klockor I Sverige och Finland" either but several Thomassons. The "sen" is typical Nordic ending though. From: "Joseph Martines
Douglas Vogt
Mar 22
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17242

Re: Fw: clocks [2 Attachments]

Clocks from Maine were also had steel plates though there is no Thompsen in American sources. -- Joseph E. Martines Cleveland Heights, Ohio - 44118-2439
Joseph Martines
Mar 22
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17241

Re: Fw: clocks [2 Attachments]

The plates, "appear" to be made of steel, if so then your clock is probably made in Sweden. Michael ... From: "John McCreary mccrearyjohn@...
mjhelfrich@...
Mar 22
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