05-16-2017, 03:03 AM #1
Another Würthner in my collection
On my last visit to the clock market RIKKETIK in Netherlands, I have acquired a Würthner.
It differs in some respects from my other.
There are first the small plates (back Plate No.1592), and the somewhat different pendulum.
The shown photo of the Pendulum is from my post "Würthner pendulums"
See at http://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?1...800#post896800
Otherwise there is the special feature referred to in "400-Day Clock Repair Guide" Appendix 67.
See the following text and the photo.
Text from "400-Day Clock Repair Guide" Appendix 67
(1591) Some clocks made by Georg Würthner use a
piano wire click spring. Anchored around the head of
the pillar screw, coiled once around the click screw, it
is held against the click with a reverse bend.
At the end I would like to point out the beautiful enameled dial.
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