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German Seth-Thomas clock movements are still available. Finding a new movement starts with the identification numbers off the back plate. After 1950, ST did not make movements. So, the old unit now has a conversion numbers in order to get a new movement. Currently, Hermle of Germany makes these with the ST number system and ST name. So it is… View Product

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A new Seth Thomas Movement can ship the same day as ordered. So the turnover time to get your clock running is minimal. The new movement (if available) will cost less than a cleaning and overhaul of the old unit. It will also last much longer. This means the clock will be up and running within a week instead of… View Product

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Repair a broken German Seth-Thomas Clock by replacing the movement with a new one. Seth-Thomas went out of the clock business about 40 years ago. So having a movement with the Seth Thomas name on it means the lifespan is over for that movement. The average life expectancy of a clock movement is 25 years. The Seth Thomas from WW2… View Product

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Overall, the Seth Thomas Historical Timeline is a great way to familiarize yourself with background information that may pertain to your clock. The Seth Thomas factory made countless clock movements during and prior to the second world war. Of course, the high quality standard made the company a great success. Furthermore, after the war they did not make any movements…. View Product

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Clock movement 241-070 and 241-040 is no longer available. These two weight, chain driven units were very popular in the clock world but they are now obsolete. We can restore the clock movement for you. However this is expensive and you would still be left with an old movement. It will cost around $500 and we will clean oil bush… View Product

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Mechanical clock keys is the clock part that is most frequently lost. Once the clock key is separated from the clock it always seems to end up missing. With the below information and the clock key size chart a key can be ordered. We have mechanical clock keys in all the sizes available. Between the key chart or by movement… View Product

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Mechanical Clock Kit Styles Available include wall clocks, mantle (shelf) clocks, and floor clocks. Floor models includes the granddaughter, grandmother, and grandfather series. Mechanical Clock Kit Styles are in the list below. Mantle clock kits are always spring driven and wound with a clock key. Moreover, it can come in a variety of chime types. Triple chime, Westminster only, bell… View Product

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A seat board is the mount that the weight driven movement sits upon. Of course, the movement sits on this with cables or chains. Subsequently, they hang directly down between the boards. Additionally, many of the modern clocks have a seatboard that is 16 inches wide and is 2 and a half inches deep. However this varies depending on the… View Product

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It is important to order the clock kit before building the clock case. If the case is built before getting the mechanical clock kit it is possible the kit will not fit. This sounds crazy but it is more common than anyone may think. So before spending a lot of time and hard work on building a luxury case, take… View Product

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Mechanical clock kit measurements that is needed in order to purchase a new kit are very basic. Of course the most ideal is to purchase the clock kit before building the clock case as described in another section. If the case is already built or working with a empty clock case, these are the things to measure. Clockworks.com tends to… View Product

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The following are the various options for Mechanical clock-kit movements to be utilized in building a clock. We offer predefined kits at Clockworks, however we can’t include them all as it would be overwhelming. It may be possible to alter any aspect in the predefined clock kits that are listed. Please call to let us help with kit modifications or… View Product

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Replacing a Mason-Sullivan Clock Movement only requires the most basic tools. A pair of needle nose pliers and both styles of screw drivers is usually all that is required for the swap out. The new clock movement will be the same movement you have now but brand new, so all fits the same as it did. Having a Mason and… View Product