GB Anamoly

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Hello,  I have been reading your interesting notes on G-B time recorders, and am wondering about an apparent anomaly.  I acquired the time recorder from my first workplace (it had been replaced by an electric TR)

in 1966 and it has been running without problems ever since.  I removed the base and stamping mechanism as it was just too big and heavy to have in the house!

Looking at you photographs of the typical  fusee movement, I realised that my clock has a normal spring. The front plate and everything on it looks exactly right – were some made without fusee?

My case number is 53950 and movement is J30955.

Hope you can help with info.