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    Went to order John Nelson's Normandy Grandfather Clock pattern from Fox Chapel Publishing, along with several other patterns, only to discover they no longer have it in stock. Anyone know of another source for this pattern? Thanks for any help.
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    Would this be the one you are looking for?
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      The name is similar, but the plan I am referring to is The Normandy Grandfather Clock, which stands nearly 7' tall. It is a John Nelson design that Fox Chapel offers on their online website. An alternative is Dirk Boelman's Country Grandfather, for which I have the plans, and am nearly ready to start cutting. Wanted to look at John's plan first, thinking I may wish to build that next. Have white oak, and cherry lumber prepared for cutting the next clock. Also plan to use black walnut with either of the oak or cherry. Want to make 2 clocks, using these woods.
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