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The "Grandfather Clock" has been with us since it was developed by the English clockmaker William Clement in circa 1670. It is also referred to as a longcase clock, a tall-case clock, or…
Wall clocks are the answer to the question of where to display time around the home when it is necessary not to have a clock sit on a table or there is…
These beautiful clocks were designed as the name suggests for the mantel; and are often seen above the fire place. The mantel clock originated in Europe about three hundred years ago before…
This type of clock dates back to about 1500 and was first seen in Germany. Improvements in movement design made at that time meant that clocks can be easily placed on tables or…
The first ships clock where referred to as a chronometer. They were use in navigation and where highly accurate. The chronometers eventually evolved into ships bell clocks, which strike bells on the hour and half…
The need to determine the weather is of paramount importance to everyone. Accordingly, there are thermometers which measure temperature; hygrometers which measure humidity; and barometers which record changes in air pressure. The…
History tells us that the first alarm clock was used in Germany in the early 1600’s. Basically it contained a notched cam that rotated every twelve hours. At the appropriate time a lever…