How to prepare Daneker Clock for cross country road trip
I have inherited a Daneker grandmother clock G66 and need to prepare it for a cross country road trip.
Do I remove the pendulum or tie it to one side?
Do I let the clock spring unwind or crank it up tightly?
It has run down to where the pendulum has stopped swinging but upon removal the clock movement takes off.
Can I lay the clock on its back after dealing with the pendulum issues?
Obviously I will wrap and protect the cabinet for transport but any other suggestions will be appreciated!
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