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Where can I buy a clock movement for 30" analogue clock

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Does anyone have a reliable source for a clock movement?  Need to build a couple of signs with 30" analogue clocks built into the display.  Looking for two mechanisms that tie together and are controlled by a device that keeps the time accurate.


please advise John@CTSign.com


thank you

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