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|Catalogue no: 1492|
|Dewey No:||Subject(s): Courtenay Ilbert Archive|
|Author(s): Major Paul M. Chamberlain. Others|
|Total pages:||Illustrations: Multiple||Language(s): English||Publication date: c.1920-1935|
|Editor:||Publisher: See Notes below|
|Dimensions: 340mm x 250mm||Condition: Pages loose, ragged edges|
|Related titles:||Related library records:
A collection of articles mostly written by Paul M. Chamberlain and contained loose within a brown folder, some contained within an envelope addressed to Ilbert from Chamberlain.
From a twoAmerican publications including The Jewellers' Circular and The National Jeweller.
Development of the Escapement
Some Notes on the History of Balance Springs (two copies)
An Arnold Pocket Chronometer
Making Better Watchmakers for America
American Horologists to be Honoured at Coming Convention of Horological Institute of America
Lever Escapement as Made by Breguet
Alarm and Striking Watches (two copies)
The Chamberlain Collection of Watches
Also included is an off print from the "Horological Department". An article entitled "An Early Chronometer by John Arnold."
A typewritten list (two pages) of articles on watches in various American and European journals over the years 1914-1932.
An illustrated cataloguing system designed by Willard H. Wheeler and Paul M. Chamberlain, expressly for collectors of antique watches to record the feathures of their watches.
|Room location: Library Extension||Cabinet: F||Shelf: 5|
|Search terms: Antique Watches, Escapements|
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