Skeleton Clock Collection, Page Two
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|George Jamison, London,
||James Edwards, Stourbridge, England, c. 1840.
||in the manner of James Condliff, Liverpool, England, c. 1860
|Two train, two-plane anchor escapement,
Greenwich Mean Time, perpetual calendar, moon's phase, age on top dial. Longitude
and local time indicated by equatorial bands shown against various
locations of the world. Local time
indicated on rotating, silvered annular rings.
||An original of this very rare clock. An iconic design. Anchor
escapement. Wheels and pendulum bob made of decorative cut rock crystal
and a metal outer band for the wheel teeth.
||Two train, Earnshaw detent chronometer escapement. Bell in
|Henri Lepaute, Paris, France, c.1813
||William Renda, Paris, France. 1952
||Unknown, England, c. 1830's
|Two train, great wheel, Chevalier de Béthune escapement, with calendar-day/date/month, 2 week duration
||Two train, great wheel, 1 minute flying tourbillon with pinwheel escapement.
||Two train, double great wheel, pinwheel escapement, fusee /
going barrel within double frames.
|Henri Lapaute, Paris, France, c. 1810
||Edward J. Dent, no. 860, London,
||Unknown, probably from England. c.
|Two train, great wheel, pinwheel escapement,
calendar with day/date/month/seasons, weight driven, 2 week duration.
||Single train, deadbeat escapement,
half-second, mercury compensated pendulum, fully jeweled movement.
||A clock-work orrery combining an eight day
duration Earnshaw chronometer clock with a four year duration spring
barrel to drive a tellurian and orrery with the inner planets.