The matching pendulum for my Grivolas
When I presented my Grivolas here in 2010, the Experts recognized immediately,
that the pendulum didn't belong to this clock.
Now, a few weeks ago, I was able to acquire the matching pendulum for my Grivolas.
The serial number of the pendulum (584) is only...
Due to the fact that the temperature compensation today is not more
required, my replica is without this function.
It may be that the lever design was more effective than this one.
But the first patent is reminiscent of the popular GRID-IRON PENDULUM.
Maybe my next projekt is the...
Re: Schlenker & Posner case married with KOMA movement?
John, thanks for the detailed information.
For many years I was sure, having a marriage.
But I like this clock, knowing also it was rare.
Few month ago I had the idea to restore the original
state of the clock - because I have both,
Schlenker & Posner case married with KOMA movement?
The following text was translated using a translation program .
German - English
This clock caught my interest as I found out that it
obviously is a mariage.
The case bears an engraving which points to the year 1932.
I am not an expert. So I can not say anything about your two pendulums.
But I do add here another pendulum.
Hoping that someone will tell me something about this pendulum
when telling You something about Your pendulums.
I have seen this pendulum only in the patent drawing.
Forgot to say thanks to Les and John.
Now and here I say thanks.
Is this the right way and place to do?
Who is able to delete this message when it
is no longer needed?
I think it would waste space, or am I wrong?
Had no time to look into the pendulum, but I will
do this next days.
I saw this clock last month
I bought it.
Looked at google, Searched for Grivolas.
Did not find much.
But this forum.
Now I'm here, and ask
Who can tell me anything about this clock?
Thanks for all the answers.