Dating an atmos 528 6 clock

31-Dec-2016 00:44

” In this post I’ll try to answer that question I have had a fascination with old timepieces since I disassembled an old pocketwatch from my Dad’s collection- I was about five or six at the time, and of course totally destroyed the watch.

It could be argued that this was child-like revenge for my Dad having had a stroke a year or so before- I’m 99% sure, however, that this was really just a manifestation of my perpetual desire to figure out how things work.

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Kurt Thanks for moving this to the torsion clocks forum.

Thanks in advance, Rob Hello Rob, I do not know if this is the difference or not, but my -8 has the tab at the top of the front glass to aid in the glass removal; I looked at a bunch of pictures of -8 and -6.

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My first real mechanical clock was a modern grandfather clock Irene and I bought shortly after we moved to the coast.

But the clock thing has stuck with me throughout my life.

As a kid, one of the things I enjoyed about visiting “old people” was seeing their mantle or grandfather clocks: all these amazing precision devices, ticking and bonging out the passage of our lives.

It was an extravagance that I think I railroaded Irene into- but each time it bongs out the hour it makes me happy.

I sort of assumed that would be my one and only foray into mechanical clock ownership- that was, until I started exploring e Bay looking for various oddities and knick-knacks to decorate my office.

My first real mechanical clock was a modern grandfather clock Irene and I bought shortly after we moved to the coast.But the clock thing has stuck with me throughout my life.As a kid, one of the things I enjoyed about visiting “old people” was seeing their mantle or grandfather clocks: all these amazing precision devices, ticking and bonging out the passage of our lives.It was an extravagance that I think I railroaded Irene into- but each time it bongs out the hour it makes me happy.I sort of assumed that would be my one and only foray into mechanical clock ownership- that was, until I started exploring e Bay looking for various oddities and knick-knacks to decorate my office.Caliber # 1 (original Reutter Atmos), Atmos II, 519, 522, 526, 528-6, 528-8 and Caliber 540, respectively.