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Alise fell off the bunkbed ladder (for the 3rd or 4th time..doesn't learn from her mistakes, obviously). I thought that is was just a spranged wrist because it didn't swell or bruise and she still could use it...sometime with no pain. These are the pictures of getting the cast on and then finally getting it off (what a pain in the butt the cast is during bath time!
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Thank you, now we have wound up clock and chimes are beautiful, but the clock gains by 4 mins in 24hours.
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Without seeing your movement here are various types that one of them should help you regulate the time.These brass gears would also make lovely steampunk jewelry charms! This movement is a model 77 and was made for Emperor Clock by Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik.This is a weight and chain driven movement, rather than wind-up with a key and measures about 5" square on the brass side plates. It's marked Made in Germany (rather than West Germany) and is pen engraved with 11-89 09006, but we're dating to the later 1970s as Emperor Clock opened in 1969 and Erhard Jauch Uhrenfabrik closed in 1983. With this number Urgos started this line pre WW2 in the 1940's up to maybe the 1950's there are no records of the exact date.Haller, Jauch & Papst introduced the marketing name "URGOS" (Uhren und Gongfabrik Schwenningen) in 1923 with the written word "Urgos" under a crowned Griffin.