Skeleton Clock Collection, Page Four
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|James Condliff, Liverpool, England, c. 1830's.
||W. Jackson, London, England. c. 1830.
||Unknown, c. 1850, England
|Two train. Balance wheel w/ lever escapement. First series by
||Two train, Balance wheel with Debaufre (chaff cutter) deadbeat
escapement. Count wheel strike.
||Single train, platform lever escapement, 3 month duration.
|Rougel a Langres, Repu, France, 1849.
||Unknown, probably Belgian, c. 1820.
||Unknown, c. mid 1800's, probably from England.
|Two train, Graham deadbeat escapement. Two week duration.
||Two train-but quarter strike w/ compound count-wheel,
tic-tac recoil escapement, 3.75 minute Robert Robin chain remontoire. Exhibition piece.
||Two train, anchor escapement. Frame and most of movement made
of ivory and bone. Only two train example known.
Mayat, France, mid 1800's
||Charles MacDowall, Wakefield, England, c. 1830-1835.
||Carlo Croce, Cogorno, Italy, 2003.
Graham deadbeat escapement, count-wheel, quarter strike. Has 10 second swinging-frame
style gravity remontoire. Fourteen day duration.
||Single train, deadbeat escapement. Gear train using unique
helical tooth profile giving a one month duration.
||Single train verge escapement. Reproduction of clock by Joseph
Merlin in 1776.