Clock Pendulum Bob only for a wood stick pendulum. The bob will take either the 3/4 inch wide stick or the 1 inch stick both. A pendulum bob is the round disk at the bottom of the pendulum and the diameter is the measurement from one side to the other. To select the proper bob size you would need to know the inside width of the clock case. You should have at least 2 inches on each side of the pendulum bob so it can swing in the case without hitting the sides. We have some wood sticks available also and there in the drop down list with the bobs.
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
10th edition Hardcover 9x10 with 237pgs Identifications, Repair tips, and Troubleshooting. It also includes an extensive collection of back plate and suspension illustrations
3 1/2 inch wide, 1 1/2 inch tall, solid brass Bracket Clock top handle. A Bracket clock is a square clock with a square dial, this is the handle that mounts to the top of the clock case.
The Escapements: Their Action, Construction, and Proportion. An unabridged reprint of a horological classic that investigates some of the primary forms of escapements you will encounter as you work with clocks: anchors, cylinders, deadbeat, chronometer, duplex, verge, pin pallet, and pin wheel
Very good watch repair book with over 550 instructional black-and-white illustrations and an approach that assumes no prior watch-repairing experience. For the readers in his audience, de Carle has provided well-informed discourse on every topic a watchmaker, or aspiring watchmaker, needs to know.
This booklet is a must have to get the proper battery for your watch. A complete reference to both old and new battery type numbers. Provides conversions and cross reference tables, specifications, dimensions and substitutions.
A modern reprint of a definative work on watch case repair First printed in 1909, this contemporary edition has been enhanced with additional illustrations and descriptions.
Original factory reprint of valuable information on the Waltham movements. This short booklet covers important aspects of repairing old Waltham pocketwatches. Itincludes some insightful calculations and methods on restoring these timepeices.
By the Hamilton Watch Co. the booklet was reprinted in 1996. Half of the booklet is dedicate to describing specific pocket and wrist watch models including both 12 and 16 size watches. There are pictures throughout the book and there are original prices.
This watch repair book details the evolution and intricacies of the modern American watchmakers lathe. Many diagrams and illustrations. Chapters include: History; Construction of Lathe; Construction and Use of Split Chuck; Chucks for Special Purposes; Hand and Slide Rests; Tailstock forms and uses; Cutters, Drills; Turning the Graver and Slide Rest; Polishing, Wheel Cutting Attachments.
18 containers that are aluminum with friction fit lids that have solid glass tops. These are great to store watch movements and you can see what is in the containers because of the glass. The containers are 1 13/16 in diameter and come in a nice wood box to hold the containers.
Small part containers with removable glass caps. Comes in a aluminum box with 24 of the small containers with the glass tops within it.