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My love and expertise revolves around Longines. Recent enlightenment and encouragement from members Tom Seymour and Jim Cope, sent this "Clock Pup" on a hunt that I will never forget. I have done the restoration and am proud to own a, "Sonora Beehive",same case style as the #64, but on rods not bells, sounds great.
Thankyou gentlemen

Ralph Rehner

IHC Member 234
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...gotta put on the shades to view this one!...simply 'Magnificent'!!!...and a masterful restoration!!!...btw: I personally prefer chimes to bells!!! Jim C
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Jim, I echo your comments. A fabulous looking clock. The rods sound great! Beautiful job on the case, Ralph. You have stepped into clockworld. There is no turning back!!

Tom Seymour
NAWCC #41293
IHC #104
IHC Exec.V.P.
Now thats NICE!!!
Just what I need, two clocks. I got grandpas old Seth Thomas and now I want, no, need one of those.

I'm feeling woozy. I think I got bit! Big Grin

Aaron Bereiter
NAWCC# 156432
Chapter 185 Charter 23
Chapter 185 Finance VP
God bless America

IHC Member 155
Bulova Watchmaker

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I had the priviledge of seeing the before, during and completed case restoration. You did a marvelous job! I am particularly impressed with the dial. I think the clock is simply out of this world.

Rich Kuhn

NAWCC Member 128623
IHC Member 155

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