Skeleton Clock Collection, Page Five
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|Edward Dent, London, England, c.1970s
Cogorno, Italy, 2000.
||Carlo Croce, Cogorno, Italy. 1999
|Single train, anchor escapement. Epicyclical motion works.
Based on William Strutts' original design of 1820. Serial #32 of 100 made.
train, Arnfield gravity escapement, Invar pendulum, jeweled movement, perpetual calendar,
equation of time, moonphase.
||Single train, transverse mounted 8 minute tourbillon w/ Mudge
deadbeat escapement. Movement fully jeweled.
|Edward Dent, London, England, c.1970
c. late 1400's.
Edinburgh, Scotland, 1981.
|Single train. Based on William Congreves' original design of
1808. Serial #134 of 150 produced.
folio escapement. Alle Romana and la ribatta strike sequence; count
||Possibly a unique example made on commission and based on a
lighthouse clock made by James Clark in 1828 for the Cape Wrath Lighthouse, Scotland. 40
second remontoire and calendar work.
|Unknown, possibly Joyce, London, England, c.1870
||Mercer, England, c. 1970's
||Timothy Brameld, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1987.
|Single train, pinwheel w/ coup-perdue escapement.
||John Arnold detent chronometer escapement model.
||Single train regulator, 4 legged gravity escapement, movement