On this page, you will find photos of the most common models of Atmos Clocks - such as those with Gold Plated Brass cases and glass sides; you'll also find photos of some very unique and rare models, including those with Wood or Marble Cases, Oriental Motif Atmos Clocks and some very rare and different Atmos clocks.Caliber # 1 (original Reutter Atmos), Atmos II, 519, 522, 526, 528-6, 528-8 and Caliber 540, respectively.But the clock thing has stuck with me throughout my life.As a kid, one of the things I enjoyed about visiting “old people” was seeing their mantle or grandfather clocks: all these amazing precision devices, ticking and bonging out the passage of our lives. trade Here's a link to a ruling that all but closes the parts distribution issue.There have been many models and "styles" of Atmos Clocks produced by Jaeger-Le Coultre since the late 1930's; however at this time there is no known Atmos Clock reference book that lists all Atmos models and their respective serial numbers.The study investigates and analyzes the possibilities of reducing the hydraulic resistance and increasing efficiency of the hydraulic actuator. Conventional hydraulic cylinders are simulated in FLUENT. Singh, "Derivation of design requirements for optimization of a high performance hydrostatic actuation system," International Journal of Fluid Power, vol.
I have a copy for the Free Trade Act of 1960, which was used to force Swiss companies to sell spare parts but has since been rescinded.On some very older models, the serial number may actually be on the front of the Movement -near the hands and on Antique Reutter Clocks the serial number is often on the Back "Drum" portion.Aside from the different Cases and Dials, the Pendulum on an Atmos Clock can also be different from one model to the next.Thankfully, no one gave me the opportunity to take apart their clocks.My first real mechanical clock was a modern grandfather clock Irene and I bought shortly after we moved to the coast.It was an extravagance that I think I railroaded Irene into- but each time it bongs out the hour it makes me happy.I sort of assumed that would be my one and only foray into mechanical clock ownership- that was, until I started exploring e Bay looking for various oddities and knick-knacks to decorate my office.You can also refer to our Atmos Gallery Page for help in identifying the make and model of your clock.of the original Antique "Atmos I" and "Atmos II", (Mercury Reutter models) the following Chart lists Atmos Clocks beginning with some of the earliest models (or calibers) and their respective serial numbers: Determining the value of an Atmos Clock depends on the model, age and the over-all condition of the clock and the actual value can vary significantly depending on what the market will bare at that particular time.” In this post I’ll try to answer that question I have had a fascination with old timepieces since I disassembled an old pocketwatch from my Dad’s collection- I was about five or six at the time, and of course totally destroyed the watch.It could be argued that this was child-like revenge for my Dad having had a stroke a year or so before- I’m 99% sure, however, that this was really just a manifestation of my perpetual desire to figure out how things work.Atmos clocks with Oriental Motif Cases (white or black plexi-glass), the Gruen wood case models or any other models with rare and unique cases will obviously be worth more then the types described above, depending on their condition.- Clock runs perfectly; case is in perfect condition, no fading and no highline scratches-even at very close inspection; often original box, packing material and documentation included.A good way of determining the approximate value of your particular clock is to regularly visit on-line Auction Sites; look for clocks at auctions similar to yours, comparing your clock to identical ones with the final "winning bid amounts".