Skeleton Clock Collection, Page Two
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|Jean Wagner, Paris, France, c. 1860
||Unknown, German, c.1890
||James Condliff, Liverpool, England, c. 1860
|Three train, miniature flat bed frame tower clock. Unique
gravity escapement based on Thomas Reid's design, exhibition piece for Paris Fair of 1861.
||Three train, miniature strap frame tower clock. Graham type
||Two train, Earnshaw detent chronometer escapement. Bell in
|Carlo Croce, Cogorno, Italy. 1999
||William Renda, Paris, France. 1952
||Unknown, England, c. 1830's
|Single train, transverse mounted 8 minute tourbillon w/ Mudge
deadbeat escapement. Movement fully jeweled.
||Two train, 1 minute flying tourbillon w/ pinwheel escapement.
||Two train, pinwheel escapement, double great wheel, fusee /
|Rougel a Langres, Repu, France, 1849.
||S.B. Gaze, London, England. 1833
||Unknown, probably from England. c.
|Two train, Graham deadbeat escapement. Two week duration.
||Two train, anchor escapement. Two week duration.
||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.