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Hi,  I purchase this at a yard sale. Lady said it was her wedding gift and at least 50 yrs old.  I put in new C Battery and its been running for a day.  My question is should I polish it or leave it as is.  What is the best way or product to use? Also inside is fairly clean but I do not know if I should get this service or oiled etc.  Do I need to worry about it if it is keeping good time?  It hasn't run in a long time before I got it. 

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The clock has a lacquer coating. To polish the clock it should be taken to pieces , parts polished individually , cleaned and then relacquered.  

If the clock is running and keeping time  I wouldn't do a thing to it .

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