Western Clock Company Patents

Charles Stahlberg's patent of Sept. 22, 1885 describes the basic process used to make United Clock Co., Western Clock Mfg. Co., Western Clock Co. and Westclox clocks. To make a wheel and pinion assembly, steel pinion and pivot wires and the brass wheel were held together in a jig while a molten lead alloy was poured in. Then the lead alloy solidified, holding the steel and brass parts firmly in place.

Andrew Neureuther's patent of October 28, 1902 is for a wheel and pinion assembly used by Western Clock Company and Westclox. It is an improvement on Stahlberg's 1885 patent. To make a wheel and pinion assembly, steel pinion and pivot wires and the brass wheel were held together in a jig while a molten lead alloy was poured in. Then the lead alloy solidified, holding the steel and brass parts firmly in place.

There are more Westclox patents in our Clock History Database.

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