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Watch,

A unstable watch that functions in all positions. Watches grew out of clocks following a invention of a spring, famous to gunsmiths in 1440. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was informed with a open and fusee. Watches were done in Mantua around 1460, in Germany in a late 15th century, and in France in a early 16th century. The beginning watches were ragged on a chest, dangling from a neck. They were after carried in waistcoat pockets and, from a 1880s onwards, ragged in bracelet form. In a past, a word “watch” referred to a dial. Church clocks had watches inside and outside.

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