January's Object - Joseph Ives Wagon Spring Clock Movement

Discussion in 'National Watch and Clock Museum' started by Noel Poirier, Jan 4, 2012.

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  1. Noel Poirier

    Noel Poirier Registered User
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    Jul 30, 2007
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    Circa 1840, 30-hour time and strike brass movement, blanked plates, fixed lantern pinions, all wheels except strike side great wheel have 72 teeth, direct fusee drive, single leaf steel driving spring, 12 hour count wheel riveted to strike train great wheel. Mounted on wooden backboard. This movement used in Ives’ hour glass clock, has same plates as earlier 8-day weight driven movement.

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