Near Fine. No Jacket as Issued. A simple and straightforward guide to the internal working and repair of clocks, modern and antique. Eric Smith's clear guide mechanisms, fault diagnosis and repair of clocks has established itself as an excellent reference for anyone interested in this fascinating and rewarding hobby. The ten chapters go through the practical stages of how different types of clock work, and the tools and materials needed to repair them. Pendulum clocks, 30-hour, 8-day, and 400-hour clocks, chiming, striking, quartz, electric and alarm clocks are all covered in detail. A final chapter is included on working with more advanced tool, such as lathes. Extensively illustrated with photographs and diagrams. Charcoal cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover. We believe no dust jacket was issued. 197pp. Full refund if not satisfied.
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