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Of the mechanical clocks the Pendulum type keeps the best time, but can only be used on land. The earliest clocks used mechanical methods to power the movement. Weights that need to be periodically lifted or a spring that needs winding. If you forgot to wind a clock it would stop. This is as true today as is was then. So a clock that winds itself would sure be convenient.
The first figures show the clock as it arrived. Although there are some minor scratches on the outside paint the rest looks very good. Marybeth Grisham has told me that the movement was made around 1900 – 1910 and later taken out of storage after 1938 when the red synchronizing light came out to make a clock. The synchronizer was available back in the 1900 time era, it’s just the red bulb that was added in 1938.
What if my clock chimes have the incorrect tone? My wife has a Gilbert 1807 Mantle clock that if you try to set the chime to the hour sometimes it chimes 24 and sometimes 2 sometimes 10. In medicine, 24-hour clocks are use to document a patient’s medical history. 6 adapter that has both “D” cells in one housing supplying 3 volts in the left pocket. Self Winding In a repeating pattern of 24 minutes, then 36 minutes, then 24 minutes, etc.
Around 1932, 1933 the Self Winding Clock Co was about to go bankrupt and Western Union bought them and started making the Western Union clocks based on the “F” movement that had been in production for at least 24 years prior to that. So the movement 39580 was made long before the Western Union involvement. If either batteries or mains derived DC power is used for the winding, if either fails for up to an hour or more, the clock just keeps on ticking powered by the internal spring. So, unlike most clocks, is very tolerant of power failures. Also see my page for the Sweep Second Hand Self Winding Clocks.
Opening At the bottom of the cover there is a knurled screw that fits in threads that are in the cover, so you can loosen the screw while gently pulling back on the cover and at some point the cover will hinge open. There are two pins on the top of the frame that mate with holes in the cover so now you can just lift the cover off. Fig 4 shows the knurled thumb nut removed and both hands lifted off. I’ve heard that the hole in the minute hand is not square. But my minute hand will set down on the square shaft in 4 positions without any binding. Also in Fig 4 you can see the 4 slotted round head screws that hold the dial.
Although the minute hand might fit in any of four positions, only one will be correct for the synchronizing pulse. Fig 5 shows the clock now with dial removed and hanging on a peg nearby and the clock running. First while holding the clock on the table I wound the mainspring by turning the wheel that the bottom coil turns when it vibrates. I turned it until it hit the stop mechanism. Unbolting the pendulum and giving it a push would allow the clock to run for about 4 minutes. So I put a screw into a wall stud and hung the clock on it.
Just the movement involved started the clock. The escapement shaft sticks out in front, probably so those clocks that have the hole between the center and 12:00 can mount a second hand. I made up a paper dial 0. 8″ diameter and made the center hole slightly larger than the 0.
076″ dia shaft so that the shaft would not rub on it. Then made a second hand from 3×5 card stock with a center hole slightly smaller than the shaft and just pressed it on the shaft. The top of the pendulum is connected to the clock’s rear frame with a short flexible metal band. Below the band there’s a hinge that allows the pendulum to move forward and backward.
So that when it’s held solid against the frame with the shipping bolt installed it can move to the rear slightly. Making this connection causes the winding electromagnet to hum and in maybe 10 seconds wind the clock. Goes about 30 minutes between windings. The GE 43 red painted lamp did not light but it may not have been fully seated. Cleaned tip with eraser and reinstalled.