Internet Horology Club 185
HARRISON THEATER: "The Story of English Bracket Clocks"

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December 19, 2003, 03:19
Lindell V. Riddle
HARRISON THEATER: "The Story of English Bracket Clocks"

This is IHC185™ "We are limited only by our imagination"

We take great pride in presenting "The Story of English Bracket Clocks" to you and your family right in the comfort of your own home. This wonderful presentation was written, produced and given freely by Internet Horology Club 185 Life Member Dennis Radage who is one of todays foremost authorities on this fascinating subject.


As a part of our IHC185™ Horological Education Outreach, this program is maintained freely available without charge to anyone in the world with an internet connection. Join with me and my family in expressing our gratitude for the many hours that have gone into making this remarkable presentation available for everyone to enjoy.

Be sure and let us know what you think of it!

Lindell V. Riddle, Founder and President
Internet Horology Club 185 at
Watch & Clock Discussions, On-Line Education Worldwide

Phone: 440-461-0167 weekday afternoons


December 19, 2003, 07:09
Aaron Bereiter
Very nice job!!!

What a thing we have going here. The progress and education never ends.

Aaron Wink
December 19, 2003, 09:12
Tom Seymour
Absolutely outstanding!!!

Thanks to all involved!!

Tom Seymour
December 19, 2003, 10:16
Phil Dellinger

What a very educational presentation!

One can only imagine the countless number of hours that was involved to compose this project.

Thank you for taking the time to share your collection and knowledge with us.

Phil Dellinger
December 19, 2003, 15:53
Stephanie O'Neil
Thank you Dennis for the great show regarding English Bracket Clocks. What beautiful clocks!

This is a wonderfully entertaining as well as highly educational show.

Stephanie O'Neil
NAWCC Member 143979
December 25, 2003, 03:26
John D. Duvall

I want to join the others in thanking you for the time and effort spent to create this wonderful presentation. The historical timelines of development was most interesting. The pictures are stunning.

This presentation has had such an impact on me, that I've already been searching eBay for a Bracket Clock! I might be able to afford a Victorian model. Smile

John D. Duvall
Vice President, Education
December 25, 2003, 06:45
Brian C.
Great show Dennis, Thanks!
Brian C.
December 25, 2003, 13:40
Brian Watson
That was one enjoyable and very informative presentation. Thank you for your efforts Dennis. Those are some impressive clocks. Well done old chap.

BTW: Aside from the knowledge gained about the bracket clocks, I even learned about one of my local So.California towns. There's an obvious connection to the San Fernando Valley, suburb of L.A., city of Chatsworth and its main street, Devonshire. As the presentation pointed out, there was one Duke of Devonshire who resided in "Chatsworth House".

Thanks again.
December 28, 2003, 16:10
Willy Coffin
Wow! That presentation was fantastic! I really enjoyed it. Thanks so much!
April 27, 2004, 22:52
Stephen L. Russell
Fantastic, absolutely fantastic...

I will watch this one many times, and I'll take notes.
May 14, 2004, 23:38
Dave Freeman
All I can do is say what everyone is saying, what a FANASTIC presentation. This type of online multimedia tutorial is a wonderful way for us all to learn. GREAT JOB !!!

Hopefully this will be a catalyst for more presentations to be produced covering other horological areas.


Dave Freeman
IHC Member 321
July 08, 2004, 10:18
Patricia Jones
What a gift to all of us!

I can not wait to pass this link on the Collector who just paid $22,500 for a Parkes & King bracket clock at our June 6 Horological auction.

I bet he will love this fabulous presentation even more than I did.

Thank you Mr. Radage and thank you IHC!

Patty Jones
September 29, 2009, 20:10
Ken Knight
Where else can one learn as much as is available from these great presentations. THANKS!