Chris' explanation isn't as detailed as Kent's, but it includes pictures which can be very helpful.Sometime in the next week or so, I will be moving my website from one ISP to another.
Elgin engineers built their own Observatory to maintain scientifically precise times in their watches.Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts. Atwood set up and managed the movement department for Ingraham for some years.Elias Ingraham (1805-1885) designed a variety of popular cases and case features for the firm, receiving 17 patents between 18. Ingraham & Company was formed in 1860, succeeding several earlier clock-manufacturing firms in which casemaker Elias Ingraham had been involved, notably Brewster & Ingrahams (1843-1852), E. Ingrahams (1852-1856) and Elias Ingraham & Company (1857-1860).The firm originally rented, and later purchased, a shop on Birge's Pond in Bristol, which had been used by a number of clockmaking firms since 1820.While it is open, make sure you record everything written on the movement of the watch and the watch case. Kent Singer has written up a good explanation of how to open a watch case.Chris Ozdoba has also written up a good explanation of how to open a watch case.In theory, this should all be transparent to everyone and there should be zero downtime.If things don't go well, you might have problems connecting for a while, but rest assured that I'll try and fix any problems ASAP.