Internet Horology Club 185
HARRISON THEATER: "The History of English Longcase Clocks"

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December 07, 2004, 16:21
Lindell V. Riddle
HARRISON THEATER: "The History of English Longcase Clocks"

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

On our Second Anniversary we take great pride in bringing a new instructional program titled "The History of English Longcase 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 compatible with every computer and 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 07, 2004, 20:25
Tom Seymour
Absolutely outstanding!!! This will have to be read several times to get the most out of it. Very well done!


December 08, 2004, 00:19
Ged Pitchford
Very Well Done, Superb clocks, I'll take the Dent Regulator. Regards, Ged.
December 08, 2004, 18:14
Jim Cope
...that was greaattt!!!and the cases!...awesome!!.enjoyed the presentation immensely...thanks!

December 10, 2004, 03:29
Sheila Gilbert
Well, as someone that has never really noticed Clocks before, I am VERY Impressed! The history, the presentation, and the Gorgeous Clocks speak for themselves. This is an Outstanding Presentation.
Thank you for the enlightenment!

December 25, 2004, 14:47
Dr. Debbie Irvine

I too am very impressed, not only with the quality and clarity of the production, but with the fact this fine educational series is freely available to the entire world. Now many will be able to learn about and appreciate these majestic clocks who could never have seen or heard about them otherwise. These works presented to the public in our Harrison Theater at no cost or obligation do much to communicate a smiling face and a friendly welcome to all.

Thanks to all who make this important horological education and outreach possible.

Dr. Deborah L. Irvine
IHC Administrative Assistant
Membership and Marts Coordinator

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June 22, 2005, 16:07
Lindell V. Riddle

This presentation is fantastic! The clear narration by Dennis Radage brings greater undersanding to the subject and all of the pictures are truly amazing. Thank You again Dennis for all you do.

Along with me and my family, everyone enjoy the show!



June 24, 2005, 13:42
William J. Hansen, Ph.D.
I just watched the presentation, and I am stunned.

This is a spectacular, highly educational horological experience.

Thank you so much for the opportunity.

Bill Hansen
IHC# 198
Life Member# 17
April 09, 2006, 11:30
Roy New
Superb post!

Informative and extremely enjoyable.

Thanks to Dennis and all who assisted in the presentation.

I shall be coming back again.


"So mote it be!"
January 06, 2007, 16:12
Mark Nathanson
Very informative and useful. Appreciate the info and presentation, thank you!
March 17, 2007, 15:59
Helmut Reinhardt
SmileBeautifully done. Logically presented. Highly informative. Thanks for this fine effort to interest the Public worldwide. Helmut Reinhardt, Virginia