Recordons patent for a self-winding watcg

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  1. Richard Watkins

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    I have looked in the usual places without luck so far ...

    Louis Recordon was granted a patent for a self-winding watch in March 1780. But ...

    When did he APPLY for the patent?
     
  2. Dr. Jon

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    I can not answer your questions but I have information that he did get the patent.

    Brittens's books state that Des Granges, who took over the business from Recordon, held this patent.
     

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