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Clocks from mainland Europe, which usually do not have fusee gears, tend to go fast when wound on Monday, keep about time on Thursday, and run slow on Saturday. A single-fusee clock is one which does not strike; a double-fusee also strikes the hours; a triple fusee also chimes the quarter hours of plays a tune.
Occasionally, though rarely, housed in a long case.
Originally supported from a hoop and distanced from the wall by two spikes but today often sitting on a shelf. A tall wooden-cased clock anywhere from about six foot to nine foot high or even more.
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The desk clock the the additional calendar for the forgetful person.
a weight-driven wall clock in a brass case, believed so-called because of a vague resemblance in shape to an old hand lantern.