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  1. Skitch
    Does any one recognize this clock? It is a free standing cuckoo clock. It cuckoos every quarter hour and on the hour both cuckoos come out. It is approximately 30 inches tall. It has a wolf on...
  2. Tom McIntyre
    This closeup shows the form of the Duo in Uno hairspring on an A. P. Walsh pocket chronometer. Walsh is not nearly as famous as other chronometer makers because he did not make any marine...
  3. Tom McIntyre
    This mark is very confusing. As a date letter I would read it as either T or U for 1854/55 or 1855/56. However, there are no other marks except the 18 and the movement number 200. Is it possible...
  4. Tom McIntyre
    Walsh No. 284 is a free-sprung English lever with a standard ratchet escape wheel. The lever is likely standard also, but with the broken staff, I have not been able to examine it while running....
  5. Keith R...
    Excellent photos and layout! I will enjoy studying this maker and his products. Keith R...