It was to show some pics of my Victor Kullberg marine chronometer movement.
I never pictured it until today, because when I should adjust the time,
it lose 1 s a day , it fell apart,
so I grabbed my old Sony T3, and took some snapshots !
From my old post about Kullberg:
"This is a movement that Victor Kullberg has had in his hands,
because he always made the final regulation!
It's from 1884 and he passed away 1890.
During the time the firm existed it made 8,666 movements,
all books are left, except one.
Remarkable the same goes for Mercer, all their books are left except one!
That's the only two marine chronometer makers, from which the books still are available.
Kullberg competed at Greenwich each year, between 1864-1914
when the yearly trials were ended.
During this time Kullberg movements came first or/and second fiftytwo times !!
He was born on Gotland in the Baltic Sea, Sweden's biggest island. "