Stem Winding And Setting Watch
Summary: Watch Number 1, in which you push in the crown to set the hands.
Application Date: 1894-08-31
Issue Date: 1895-07-23
Patent Number: 542984
Serial Number: 521800
Notes: I can't read the name of the attorney who signed the drawings. Could be Francis W. Parker? Senftleben is spelled Seuftleben in the witness list at the end of the patent.
Used in Watch Number 1. The normal, outward position is winding. Push the crown in and turn to set the hands. When released, the crown returns to the winding position.
Inventor Information: John G. blessing, of La Salle, Illinois, Assignor to The Western Clock Manufacturing company, of Same Place
Patent Type: Utility
Patent Country: United States
Patent Category: Windup Watch
Assignee: Western Clock Manufacturing Company
Inventor: Blessing, John
Witness: Reineke, Arthur
Witness: Senftleben, Otto
Witness: Paton, William
Witness: Gunthorp, Walter
Patent URLs: U.S. Patent Database; Google Patents
Patent Uses: Westclox Watch Number 1