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The Construction of a simple but mechanically perfect watch - Moritz Grossman

The Construction of a simple but mechanically perfect watch - Moritz Grossman

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Prize essay on
The construction of a simple butmechanically perfect watch
byMoritz Grossmann
Translated byRichard Watkins
Kingston, Tasmania, AustraliaPublished by the translator August, 2002
 
ii © Copyright 2001, Richard Watkins.
This book may be reproduced without permission provided that it isreproduced in its entirety without any changes and it is distributed freeof any charges.
Grossmann, Moritz, 1826-1885.[Preis-Schrift Abhandlung über die Konstruktion einereinfachen, aber mechanisch volkommenen Uhr Glashütte inSachsen]Prize essay on the construction of a simple butmechanically perfect watch.ISBN 0 9581369 0 4.1. Clocks and watches. I. Watkins, R. P. (Richard P.). II.Title.681.114
 
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Translators prefaceivChapter IIntroductory remarks1Chapter IIThe frame3Chapter IIIThe barrel and mainspring7Chapter IVClickwork10Chapter VStopwork12Chapter VI The train17Chapter VIIMotion work21Chapter VIII The escapement24Chapter IXCase fitting26Chapter XJewelling28Chapter XIThe fusee30Chapter XIIKeyless winding36

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"The Modern Watchmaker's Lathe and How to Use It" listed here is actually a copy of the widely available "Abbott's American Watchmaker and Jeweler." Would really like to see this lathe book -- from the cover, it looks to be quite old.
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