“Repairing and Restoring Pendulum Clocks” by John Plewes (1984)

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“Repairing and Restoring Pendulum Clocks” by John Plewes (1984) in excellent condition. “Repairing and Restoring Pendulum Clocks” by John Plewes (1984) is a comprehensive guide that explores the world of pendulum clock restoration. The book delves into the beauty and mechanics of pendulum clocks. It offers step-by-step instructions for repairing and restoring these timeless timekeepers.…

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“Repairing and Restoring Pendulum Clocks” by John Plewes (1984) in excellent condition.

“Repairing and Restoring Pendulum Clocks” by John Plewes (1984) is a comprehensive guide that explores the world of pendulum clock restoration. The book delves into the beauty and mechanics of pendulum clocks. It offers step-by-step instructions for repairing and restoring these timeless timekeepers. John Plewes’ expertise and passion for horology shine through. He inspires a new generation of clock enthusiasts and restorers to uphold the artistry and heritage of these mechanical marvels. As a result, Plewes ensures that the art of restoring pendulum clocks remains alive and well, preserving the passage of time and leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.

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