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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    And "London" doesn't appear to be his address, rather the origin of the kit. You mean that at that time there were pre-assembled kits? regards
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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Mouat_y_Walters
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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    Now that it is an original, I don't dare touch it!:screwball: I thought it was a replica.:eek: But it would look great polishing that bronze. I wonder how he got to Buenos Aires ...
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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    A two-day marine chronometer by John Mouat, the silvered dial with subsidiary dial for seconds an
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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    The surname is JOHN MOUAT
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    Skeleton clock. Modern replica?

    Hello everybody. What is your opinion? Is it a modern replica or is it a replica of the mid-twentieth century. It is obviously not an original. Greetings
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    400 days clock???

    After seeing possibilities for the repair of the anchor pivot, I decided to try an insert made with a donor gear. Without touching in the slightest the end of the original broken pivot for a possible future final repair. I simply took a recycled bronze pivot gear and drilled a hole that would...
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    400 days clock???

    The correct translation would be "Marca registrada" but it is possible that the translation was made in Germany and translated verbatim. Today "Trade Mark" or TM as part of a brand does not need to be translated, its understanding is universal. But 100 years ago maybe it was different There is...
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    400 days clock???

    Beautiful watch congratulations !! Unfortunately the box mine came with is not the original at all. I am thinking of a donor and this one seems very suitable. It seems that someone literally transcribed the inscriptions on the dial logo from English into Spanish. Trade Mark -> Marca de...
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    400 days clock???

    Mun C W, Excellent information! It is to keep in mind. Very thankful! Alejandro
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    400 days clock???

    Successes !! Finally I was able to repair the spring using the old technique of de-tempering the end where the new coupling will be made. Luckily it broke at the start so I haven't lost any significant length so the string timing not varies a lot.
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    400 days clock???

    Thanks roughbarked But unfortunately in my country Argentina, it is very difficult to get spare parts, they simply do not exist. It only remains to see on the outside, ebay perhaps. But here even that is difficult. On the other hand, it does not seem like a common spring, it is very strong, a...
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    400 days clock???

    Bad news... The spring is broken.:banghead: I have fixed many but this one is too strong, I do not think I can form the hook with the tools that I have available ...:?|
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    400 days clock???

    Hi, I finally got the 400 day clock. I ran into two problems. 1- The anchor pivot is broken, I will have to repivoting. Is there a simple way to do it? 2- The fusee cable is out of place. Apparently it is not cut anywhere so it will be a matter of putting it back in place. The watch box...
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    400 days clock???

    WOW Agemo!!, thank you very much for the information. I didn't know it was a fusee. Very interesting....;)

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