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PASCHAL CONVERSE OF NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT.
Design No. dated June 13 1871.
DESIGN FOR A CLOCKCASE.
The Schedule referred to in these Letters Patent and making part of the same.
To all whonti it may concern:
Be it known that I PASCHAL CONVERSE of New Haven in the county of New Haven and State of Connecticut have invented a new Design for ClockCase and I do hereby declare the following when taken in connection with the accompanying drawing and the letters of reference marked thereon to be a full clear and exact description of the same and which said drawing constitutes part of this specification and represents in
Figure 1 a front view
Figure 2 a transverse section on line x x and in Figure 3 a transverse section on line y y.
This invention relates to a design for octagonal pendulumclock cases and consists in the design for the form of the case as fully shown in the accompanying drawing.
The octagonal portion of the case in the center of which is the dial is formed flat upon its surface with a rounded edge a as seen in Figure 4.
Centrally from the bottom of the clock extends downward a boxform A within which the pendulum swings.
This part is of equal width from the clock down to the angles d thence inclining downward in a straight line meeting in the center at f the edge finished with a semicircular projecting molding n as seen in fig. 2.
In this portion of the case a square door B is formed the frame b of the door being formed from a similar semicircular molding to that upon the edge of that part of the case.
I claim as my invention
The design for clockcase as herein described and shown in the accompanying drawing.
A. J. TIBBITS Jos. C. EARLE.