Stogden repeater

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by Richard Watkins, Aug 10, 2007.

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  1. Richard Watkins

    Richard Watkins Registered User
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    Does anyone own or have photographs of a Stogden repeater?
  2. Dave Chaplain

    Dave Chaplain Registered User
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    Unless the French and Swiss used the Stogden patent with their circa 1800-1825 push repeaters, I'm pretty certain I don't have one ...
  3. Tom McIntyre

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    I don't have one currently, I have had a couple over the years that were 1/2 1/4 repeaters with Stogden's patent. I had thought the half quarter was the patent. It has a piece that suppresses the final blow to give the half indication.

    I never looked up the patent to check on what it really said.

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