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I have a Colonial Molyneux WALL clock, registration number 8409376, 84 by itself on the next line.

The movement is  a Franz Hermle 340-026.
The clock runs and keeps time, fairly well.

It has three shafts for winding on the face of the clock. It had a bezel cover, but it is missing. The hinge for the bezel is at the top at 12 o'clock. It has mechanical chimes at the bottom of the movement.
I searched and can not find anything available about this clock.

Please help on operating instructions.
Thank you.

Answer
A Hermle 340-026 is a very standard movement and was used in many clock cases.  The hinge should be able to be replaced.  It is probably soldered onto the bezel on one side and screwed into the clock on the other.  If you can send me a picture of the broken parts I will be able to tell you if it is repairable or not.  

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