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You nearly had it. So close...

May 17 2011 at 10:20 PM
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Chascomm  (Login Chascomm_)
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Response to So it's a fake?


It's not a fake, but currently it is in pieces. I mocked it up for the photo and only later realized that I'd got the dial misaligned.

The 0-9 minute disk (driven by the cannon pinion) must be within reach of the setting mechanism. it in turn drives the 00-50 disk, which drives the 1-12 hour disk. So that is why these late 19th century jump-hour/jump-minute watches always have the crown at the '3 o'clock' position.

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