Skeleton Clock Collection, Page Five

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Edward Dent, London, England, c.1970s Carlo Croce, 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. Single 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.

 

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Edward Dent, London, England, c.1970 Unknown, Italy, c. late 1400's.  Timothy Brameld, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1981.
Single train. Based on William Congreves' original design of 1808. Serial #134 of 150 produced. Two train, folio escapement. Alle Romana and la ribatta strike sequence; count wheel controlled. 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.

 

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Unknown, possibly Joyce, London, England, c.1870 Mercer, England, c. 1970's Timothy Brameld, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1987.
Single train, pinwheel w/ coup-perdue escapement. Moon phase sphere. John Arnold detent chronometer escapement model. Single train regulator, 4 legged gravity escapement, movement fully jeweled.

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