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Swiss Atmos Clock by Jaeger Le Coultre within a pristine brushed satin-effect gold-plated case with a flip-front opening door.The calibre 540 movement is stamped with the serial number 604694, which dates the clock to 1984.These brackets are beautifully constructed original items, not copies.Atmos clocks do look fabulous wall-mounted on these brackets.Caliber # 1 (original Reutter Atmos), Atmos II, 519, 522, 526, 528-6, 528-8 and Caliber 540, respectively.A "Caliber Number" - such as Caliber 528, 540, etc, are numbers that we use to determine the movement *type* of an Atmos and not necessarily the style of the case.Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos ' Marina' mantel clock, the circular dial with Arabic quarters and baton markers, the calibre 526/5 lacquered brass case with lucite panels featuring a galleon beside torsion pendulum window, between conforming ships to side panels, 22.5cm high, in double-door presentation box and with rare original printed card outer packaging Condition: Dial in good clean condition. A coil set inside the cylinder situated at the back of the clock expands or contracts when the temperature rises or falls, thus allowing th Jaeger Le Coutre Co.Torsion pendulum releases but does not immediately revolve. \n Dial: white with gold arrowhead markers and Arabic numerals. \n Metal: gold-plated brass.\n Case dimensions: height 23.5 cm - width 21 cm - depth 16 cm. Atmos clock, exposed Swiss movement, both movement and clock marked; gold toned, brass plated case with removable front glass, polished edge glass inserts in the sides and top, with a fifteen jewel movement, dauphine minute and hour hands, arabic numerals at 3,6,9,12, with the other chapters marked with same "spearpoint" shape as the hands, on a round matte white dial.
So it's not surprising that 60 million Atmos clocks together consume no more energy that one 15-watt light bulb.
An aneroid chamber mounted on the back of the movement contains a mixture of liquid and gas which expands and contracts with movements in temperature, and this motion winds the mainspring.
Even a one degree change in temperature is sufficient to wind the clock for 2 days’ duration.
The Atmos has had the honour to be associated with great statesmen, royalty, and other renowned people including John F.
Kennedy, Sir Winston Churchill, General Charles De Gaulle, and Charlie Chaplin.