Embossed grommet around winding arbor
The dial is made of cellulloid
O. Bartel patent, No. 527,233; Patented Oct. 9, 1894
This patent covers the pendulum holding rails, the clock may be carried without removing the pendulum
Case bottom board and mounting nut with washer
Case with bottom board added
Case bottom board mounting screw
View inside case bottom
Inside case bottom
Inside case back.
Case with movment installed
The china case is "sandwiched" between the metal mounting ring and the wooden movememnt mounting board.
Case with movement installed
Movement mounted on mounting board
Pendulum holding rails
Bottom view of movement
Note that the mounting board is made of laminated wood.
Left: Dial holding screws; Middle: Movement ring holding screws; Right: Movement holding screws.
Laminated wood movement mounting board, front
Laminated wood movement mounting board, back
Movement after repair, back
F. KROEBER CLOCK CO.; NEW YORK, U.S.A.; OAT OCT. 9, 1894
F. KROEBER CLOCK CO.; NEW YORK, U.S.A.; OCT OCT. 9, 1894