Dial (watchmaking)

A dial is generally a flat, circular or rectangular surface with evenly spaced identical numbers or indicia regularly used to display values ​​on measuring instruments , apparatus setting devices, radios , and analog clocks . A specific case is the sundial .

  • Dial gauge graduated from 0 to 600 bars .
  • Clock with a watchmaker four (IIII instead of an IV).
  • Clock dial Republican, decimal time .
  • Detail of an astronomical clock.
  • Dial for China .
  • Collection of old dials of watches.

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