anniversary clock

anniversary clock

[‚an·ə′vərs·ə·rē ‚kläk]
(horology)
A clock that can run as long as 400 days on a single winding because of a slow torsion pendulum. Also known as four-hundred-day clock.
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99, while Binns were hoping "to solve your Xmas gift problem in seconds" with an anniversary clock priced PS19.
The nearest I ever came was a PS95, socalled anniversary clock which dated from the 1930s, said to run for a year on a single wind of the mechanism.
Interestingly, Reutter also drew his inspiration from the anniversary clock, which reached the height of its popularity around the same time he began his experiments.
Examples included a $210 Waterford crystal vase, a $131 Devlin anniversary clock and a $236 lady's bracelet watch, as well as $3,500 worth of Cross pens.
Other new licensed items include the Corvette 50th anniversary clock and Collegiate Clocks, which play a school's fight song as the alarm sounds.
Included are an anniversary clock, a table clock and a musical jewelry box clock.
Bulova will create a mixture of clocks bearing Royal Doulton china patterns, ranging from miniatures to tabletop, from wall to anniversary clocks.
On Tuesday, at the Annual Dinner, we had the opportunity to present exam performance and Board of Regents chapter awards to this year's winners as well as commemorative 40th anniversary clocks to distinguished CMAs in attendance who took the first CMA exam.
Polished brass has been used for decades in carriage and anniversary clocks, as chrome is used with the most modern styling.
As he talks, Campbell is surrounded by the gentle revolution of 30 or 40 glass-domed anniversary clocks, most of them German-made.