The Clock Books on this page cover mostly clock repair information. The best clock book you can get is the Ebook on clock repair. Read More »
This is because many of the older clock repair books were written a very long time ago and can be hard to understand. The most basic and easy to read clock repair book is the clock ebook by far. This is a PDF file that is emailed to you and is also available viewable online, where it is updated periodically.
Clear drawings, helpful photos and easy instruction. Clocks to build include Grandfather, piller and scroll, Column and Splat, Ogee and more.
#CB1 - $34
Great clock making instructions for 35 different clocks, including working plans, diagram and drawings. A sampling of the exciting projects: Grandfather, grandmother, steeple,l school house and more.
#CB2 - $29
This book contains 400 illustrations, this is a must have item for the expert and beginner. Covers the most common clock repairs from alarm to the grandfather. 400 line drawings made under working conditions help the explanations.
#CB5 - $49
10th edition Hardcover
Identifications, Repair tips, and Troubleshooting. It also includes an extensive collection of back plate and suspension illustrations which aid clock identification and the selection of replacement parts
#CB6 - $33
This book is on the 5 and 9 tube Herschede clock movements. This is a wealth of information on the subject and seems to be the only book exclusively to the subject of the tubular bell clocks.
#CB7 - $39
This book offers step by step instructions and photos on disassembling, repairing, assembling and adjusting a variety of French pendulum clocks. There is also a section of questions and answers on French clocks and a glossary of terms.
#CB15 - $35
Hand-drawn sketches of 36 different mechanical movements and their components by 12 different American clockmakers (Ansonia, Waterbury, S. Thomas, New Haven, Gilbert, etc.). A timesaver for those who work on these clocks.
#CB9 - $39
Many clock repairers carry out excellent work but avoid cutting their own wheels and pinions, fearing it is too complicated and involved. This book, written by an experienced clock and tool maker, dispels those fears and gives a step-by-step guide to an extremely satisfying aspect of horology. This book is written for both the amateur and professional involved in the making and restoring of clocks, and for anyone who intends to start building up a workshop and requires a guide to the equipment and how to use it. By Wild.
#CB10 - $78
This book is about basic clock repair, including repair procedures for the beginner. Information and sources for all levels, tools and equipment illustrated, and five great starter clocks for repair.
#CB11 - $35
This is a companion to chime clock repair. The focus is on clocks which strike the hour and half hour. It is divided into three sections, covering count wheel, rack and snail, ships bell movements. Gives detailed repair instructions for a group of carefully selected strike mechanisms.
#CB13 - $32
Easy to use follow up volume to Clock Repair Basics and describes how to do everyday repairs. Teaches intermediate level clock repair skills.
#CB14 - $34
Reprint of a LeCoultre brochure detailing repairs and parts related to the Atmos VI. Illustrates step by step repair checks and adjustment information of this clock.
#CB18 - $9
The success of this E-Book is from the simplicity in the answers and the ease of use. This will make it very easy for the clock owner to solve simple problems that may arise when there is an issue with the clock.
The topics you see below are the actual topics that are presented on the cover page of the E-Book. Please review them and see if this E-Book will help you. You will find this very helpful in solving many different clock repair issues and questions on cleaning and oiling a movement.
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