English: One of the first pocket watchs, called "Nuremberg Egg", made arround 1510, attributed to Peter Henlein. Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nuremberg. Deutsch: Eine der ersten Taschenuhren, genannt "Nürnberger Ei", um 1510, Peter Henlein zugeschrieben. Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg.
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GERMANISCHES NATIONALMUSEUM the oldest surviving pocket of the world with which one could accept the first time anywhere since 1510? Around the can-shaped pocket watch with the signature of the Nuremberg precision mechanic Peter Henlein has been raging for decades a dispute over authenticity and forgery - and to the glory of the technical pioneering achievement. Other watches make the Henlein clock the rank dispute
Watch Watchmaker: David Buschman (1626–1701) Date: probably after 1657 Culture: German, Augsburg Medium: Case: rock crystal and gilded brass; Dial: gilded brass and silver, partly gilt; Movement: gilded brass and steel, partly blued Dimensions: Diam. 2 in. (5.1 cm)
FIGURE CARRYING LARGE CLOCKWORK, early Baroque, the movement signed CYPRIANUS REUTER A AUGSBURG (Cypran Reuter, active in Augsburg circa 1620), Augsburg circa 1620/30.
ollebosse: “ The “Clock No. 4” by Rasmus Sørnes Apart from the pendulum it was entirely handmade, as were his tools. It includes: locations of the sun and moon, Julian calendar, Gregorian calendar, sidereal time, GMT, local time with daylight saving...