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Unread 11-21-2007, 10:56 AM
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Default Romilly verge

Jean Romilly, b 1714, m 1752, d 1794. Paris.

Movement.........Has egyptian pillars

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Slight dial damage at key hole, needs replacement hour hand.

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This is pretty cool! Is it considered early to have both and hour and minute hands?

I have never thought about when that transition was (from just an hour hand to an hour and minute hand).
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