Pocket Watch – K.D. Sykes – Ancoats – Manchester – 1862

16 Sep

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This is a solid silver slow-beat pocket watch made by K.D. Sykes of 156 Great Ancoats Street in 1862.

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The watch is known as an English Fusee pocket watch, so named because of the cone shaped component of the watch. The slow-beat refers to half seconds rather than the standard 1 second increments of modern watches.

The pinions of ten refers to the pinion which is a round gear and the ten is the amount of revolutions before the little hand moves.

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