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Marine Clock - E.N. Welch, Forestville, Connecticut, circa 1880 Object Reg. No: ST 019355

Marine clock in brass case on heavy base, made by E.N. Welch Manufacturing Co, Forestville, Connecticut, circa 1880.
Heavy round brass case on flat base for screwing down.
Acquisition Information:
Loan & Subsequent Bequest from Mr John Askew, 1928
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 20.5 cm (Height), 17 cm (Diameter)

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Tagged with: marine chronometers, ship accessories, ottagonale, horology
Themes this item is part of: John Askew, Clock & Watch Collector (1890-1945), Science & Measurement Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: HOROLOGY
Secondary Classification: Clocks
Tertiary Classification: united states of america
Inscriptions: Dial is marked 'McInnes Brothers Glasgow & Newcastle'. Works marked 'E.N. Welch Mfg Coy'.
Manufacturer: E.N. Welch Manufacturing Co., London, England, Great Britain, circa 1880
Retailer: McInnes Bros, Glasgow, Scotland, Great Britain
Past Owner: McInnes Bros, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England, Great Britain

Name on dial. England.


Jim Boswell Posted on 07 Jan 2010 6:50 AM
I have a pocket stop watch with the inscription McInnes Brothers Watch & Clock makers 8 Buchanan St Glasgow. No.26323 (Swiss made) engraved "To H.R.H. The Prince of Wales."
It belonged to Edward and given to my Grandfather when he bought his car. Do you know any more of its history?
Discovery Centre Posted on 07 Jan 2010 1:20 PM
Museum Victoria Comment
That's an exciting story, Jim! Unfortunately we don't have any specific information about the watch in your collection. Might you try exploring the websites of organisations like the National Watch and Clock Collectors Inc, in the States? They have detailed articles about the history of watch-making, including reference to individual specimens. http://www.nawcc.org/

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