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Old 01-26-2014, 10:13 PM   #1
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Default 40" Grandfather Clock

Here it is 40" Grandfather Clock with pendulum and chimes. access doors on back. Its not near complete after 25+ hours but its presentable. ALL Scrollsaw! Link below demonstrates pendulum action and hour chime.

40" Grandfather Clock with pendulum and chimes
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Nice work! where did you get the chimes?
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Very nice work. Great pictures.
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They arent the real chimes. Its a clock unit with battery operated "chimes" attached to a speaker. I couldnt find any real chimes small enough.
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They arent the real chimes. Its a clock unit with battery operated "chimes" attached to a speaker. I couldnt find any real chimes small enough.
That is a great looking clock - beautifully done - congratulations. If you are looking for a movement and chimes that might fit future clocks try these folks - you might be able to adapt one of the movements/chimes normally fitted to a wall clock that will fit your own plans. They are pricey - but they look and sound great.

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Great job.

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That is a great looking clock - beautifully done - congratulations. If you are looking for a movement and chimes that might fit future clocks try these folks - you might be able to adapt one of the movements/chimes normally fitted to a wall clock that will fit your own plans. They are pricey - but they look and sound great.

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Great job.

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