ShareHere the Rolex has been fitted back into the case.. It will be timed on the time grapher.
And then into the proffing chamber.
#3. Angelus. French Carriage Clock. FinishedWell here it is the finished clock. Hope you enjoyed watching as much as I did the. restoration
Buy for now and take care
#2. Angelus French Carriage Clock. Full RestorationHere I have taken down the clock for cleaning. . It was in a pretty bad way but I hoped with a lot ot time I would restore it to looking as good as possible .
I then went on to the movement Ecept for a bushing to the front and back. That holds the contrate wheel it was in a good state..
#3 is the final video. Take care and thankyou
#1 Angelus French Carriage ClockHello again. Hopefully you are all staying safe out there at the moment. .
Today I am going to service this Carriage Clock and fully restore the brass case as well, I will coat the brass to slow down oxidation of time .
The movement is French with a platform escapement. These are just a lovely simple time pieces to work on.
No strike are chiming to hold me up so it was just a enjoyable service .
Alot of work as you could imagine went I to the case. And when all was competed I tested the clock on the time grapher. .
Even though the clock will stay in a upright position. I treated it like a watch being put though its different movements.
This reassured me that the platform was in the correct position..
Hopefully you will enjoy looking at some of the stages Thankyou so much for looking. Buy for now.
P3133 Russian poljot Cronograph movementHere on the time grapher is the movement being timed I have a few things left to do. Etc. Then we will case it up add a new o ring. A little silicon then seal the case back on .
Thankyou so much. U till the new video. Stay safe
#6. Elliott chime clock / Poljot Cronograph Russian watchHere is the final stage of the. Elliott clock we have came a long way with it not only was it fully serviced some of the chiming rods had to be replaced.
We also polished up the case bezil hands. And it was timed as well ..
I hope you have enjoyed seeing it come togather..
Thank you for looking. And your kind subscription.
On the bench is a Russian poljot Cronograph watch. POLJOT.
means Flight in Russia..
There has been a previous repair on the Cronograph so a little work was completed to have this function work g again. Watch out for the next video.
And thanks again
#5. Time graph. Elliott quarter chimeI noticed from the start of this service that the clock Balance was not in beat.
So having 2 timing machines for the clocks a d watches came in handy.
More work on the setti g up of the strike and chiming flert. Due to lr9 work held me back both pins on the lock g wheel and warning wheel had been broken of..
Thank you for looking at my work.
#4. Elliott French platformHere I am progressing with the rebuilding of the clock The next video I should have the clock rebuilt and onto the Timer. .
Sorry about end of video
#3 Elliot chime clock. Reassemblely.
#2. Elliott chiming clock full service
#1. Elliott double quarter chiming clock.Here we have on the bench a wonderful movement from a great maker / company.
The movement has a platform escapement. This is a great benefit not only with timing issues but not having to set the clock on beat.
Each part will be examined closely and pivots polished along with any other work that may have to be completed..
Sorry about my poor video work but I promise to susprize you buy making a full one. Soon.
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