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VERY RARE ATMOS CLOCK WITH SERIAL NO.47. WHICH IS EARLIEST MODEL. Atmos, Pendule Perpetuelle, J.L. Reutter Serail no.47, Swiss. Made in the late 1920's. Very fine and rare, Art Deco, early, chrome and glass, perpetual "ATMOS" clock, attributed to R. Lalique. Available INR 6,00,000

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Reutter Atmos motor detail. Mercury and liquid ammonia under pressure. At room temperature pressure inside the tube is around 8-12 bar. Can go up to 20 bar if the clock is standing in the sun.

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Reutter Lalique - inside -

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Early Cluses movement from a Reutter. (Some parts still missing/broken due to unexperienced "repairer")

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Reutter Atmos thermal motor

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The thermal Reutter Atmos motor. NEVER open the drum if you do not have experience. It can break easily, which is dangerous. (And very expensive to repair.)

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Warning plate from the Reutter drum.

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FJ1 case. Cast in one piece. A tin alloy. Definitely not made of steel as some state...

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Orange hands blue lalique.

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The blue glass cased Reutter

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