Large Stationary Watchclocks

Abraham A. Newman was the first to develop this style of clock and was its leading proponent. The large size allowed face and hands of useful proportions, allowed use of commercially available Connecticut brass movements, and allowed larger recording dials for adequate definition over 24-hour, 48-hour, and seven-day periods.

Click here for the Newman : I.D. 712

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Newman Regulator : I.D. 715

Click here for the New York : I.D. 711

Click here for the Guardian : I.D. 618