Moon Dials

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These are the instructions for the dial to mount to the wood case instead of the movement on a Jauch clock conversion. If the dial attaches to the movement with four posts coming off the back of, this will have to change. There are two ways the dial mounts to the clock. The best scenario for the conversion is to… View Product

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The phase of the moon is still popular on modern mechanical clock movements. It is interesting to know the clock moon dial history as to why and when the it became such a popular feature to add to grandfather clocks. In the late 1600’s traveling took awhile and was also hazardous at night when it was dark. The people would… View Product

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Read this section before ordering a new moon dial for the grandfather clock. There are specific things to know so as not to purchase the wrong dial for your clock. Not all moon dials fit all clocks. In essence, each one is made for a specific clock movement. The reason being most moon dials have four feet, or posts, that… View Product

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A Grandfather clock moon-dial installation explanation is in this section. Thus, this is written for a new movement installation in mind. However you can use it for any post WW2 German mechanical unit with issues in relation to the front of the movement. Install the moon gear onto the new movement prior to the clock moon-dial installation. It mounts with… View Product