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  1. Hi, I am new to this forum and have been very interested in mechanical watches for a long time. I do know the working of the watches/clocks and can understand the language but not an expert in fixing this (i am hoping to become one) I got a desk clock (mini carriage clock). This is mechanical and has Canham written in the face. The mechanism runs fine and keeps good time when laid down flat but in upright position it stops working (in some 5-10 ticks) . Can someone point me please towards possible things so that I can try fixing it ? I am not a watch expert but had a fair chance of meddling with them with crude tools. The mechanism is marked 'Foreign' and has balance wheel and the escape wheel on jewels. There are two jewel pallets. The mechanism looks clean (not in a dusty environment or greasy) The watch keeps good time when running flat. The ticks are even, healthy and loud. The mechanism does not stop. The only issue is in its natural upright position it stops (almost quite immediately). The feeling is as though the power in the escape wheel suddenly exponentially decreases until the balance struggles to tick and finally stops in approx. 5-10 ticks (sometimes in less than 10 ticks). thanking you in advance.
  2. Hi, I inherited this brass Longines Clock made in West Germany and cannot find a clock similar to it through scouring the internet. If anyone could give me an idea to the production date and any other relevant info would be very well recieved and very grateful. It says made in West Germany, so I know this dates it to before 1990, but that is as much as I know. Please see link for picture. Can I take this opportunity to thank anyone for their input and advice in advance. Steve http://i1288.photobu...zpsff688b45.jpg
  3. Have you guys seen this new Instagram User @dailywatch? Pretty awesome gallery: http://instagram.com/dailywatch Found my next watch there! I think you would like it :)
  4. Hello. I have a Zenith 8 Jours clock. It is mounted on what looks like a propellor with the blades cut off. I think its is a dashboard clock. Is it from a car or aeroplane? I have photos but i can't see how to attach to post. This is my first post so there may be restrictions thanks Barry
  5. How to submit a number? A new direction. Sacred dial. Sacred watch. Increases readability. One arrow. On the dial 24. Sacred numbers. the symbolism of numbers. The image number. the geometric form of the numbers. From simple to complex. The length of the outer circle is equal to the length of the "SACRED DIAL 24" from the inner circle with a radius of 3.863 ... times smaller outer circumference.
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