Irish Horological Craft Forum

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3 comments on “Irish Horological Craft Forum
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  2. Dodgeram1 says:

    hello,
    i have in my posession an E Howard clock.
    it’s in working order, just wondering what way to go about a valuation and maybe a possible sale.
    any info greatly appreciated.
    thanks.

  3. Wcock says:

    Hello Nigel

    Help Needed.
    Currently improving my skill level by restoring/repairing a 20 Ligne pocket watch with a pin pallet escapement, the original pins on the pin pallet lever had broken off, and bruising exists on the escape wheel teeth. I have made 2 new pallet pins and repaired the lever. If I replace the pin pallet lever and wind the mainspring the first 10 teeth of the escape wheel lock and unlock with a great deal of accuracy. The remaining 5 teeth that are Bruised)cause the unlocking or exit pin to jam. Is possible to dress the damaged teeth? I have learnt so much from this watch. And would gain even more if I could correct the profile of the damaged teeth. My lathe is set up and fully running with foot plate controller. I managed to get hold of a Racine jewellers motor from America to drive the Pultra, and obtained a first class staking set. Just awaiting friction press with micrometer for end stones etc. All the very best John.
    Email : johnpaul2017@outlook.ie New mobile 0894183179

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