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Tom, you remind me, Rory McEvoy has left NMM too.
That's a brilliant result. May I ask what tooling/setup you use?
The National Maritime Museum has 4209 and Bett's recent book 'Marine Chronometers at Greenwich' fully describes it, including the fact that it was...
We know its history (or some of it!) It has been in the church since 1710.
But it's the man himself and his business I was after.
Our local church has a turret clock with a nameplate showing the above. An hour on the net has not revealed anything.
Anybody any knowledge of...
I got 1922 from Tony Mercer's book. 1922 was the year that Mercer decided to make the Survey chronometer after Kullberg introduced an example....
I have 19666. Mercer says they were first made in 1922. I do not know how many were made.
They were, as you say, a basic 2-day chronometer...