This practical handbook on the cleaing and reairing of domestic clocks is largely the work of a practical horologiust who prefers to hide his identity under the initial “G”. In it, he gives the results of a lifetime of experience in the clock makiung and repairing industry. Writing with authority, he is yet able to put his intructions into such a clear and simple form that every reader should be able to understand them. The book has a wide scope, and covers most of the work likely to be met with in normal clock repair work. In this lates edition, it has been revised and added to in order to bring it right up to date.