Dating an atmos 528 6 clock

Hoping someone can pass me some infor on the differences - even if its just the old sales data that might say what the 528-6 is that the previous caliber didnt... In this small sampling, one has the tab and the other did not. I have not received it yet but it is supposed to be a Caliber 528-6 (#463124) and looks in good condition.

As of this posting, the more common types of Atmos clocks have been trading at prices as low as 0 and as high as

As of this posting, the more common types of Atmos clocks have been trading at prices as low as $300 and as high as $1,200.

I was looking at a "baby' Atmos but the published dimensions seemed to be approximately the same as the 'regular' Atmos clocks....

Any information on how the 528-6 differs from any other Atmos.

Rob - You can probably find more information in the forum area that discussions all version of torsion clocks:

Torsion-Clocks Search for 528 using the search tool and you'll find quite a few threads that discuss the 528 model.

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As of this posting, the more common types of Atmos clocks have been trading at prices as low as $300 and as high as $1,200.I was looking at a "baby' Atmos but the published dimensions seemed to be approximately the same as the 'regular' Atmos clocks....Any information on how the 528-6 differs from any other Atmos.Rob - You can probably find more information in the forum area that discussions all version of torsion clocks: Torsion-Clocks Search for 528 using the search tool and you'll find quite a few threads that discuss the 528 model.

,200.

I was looking at a "baby' Atmos but the published dimensions seemed to be approximately the same as the 'regular' Atmos clocks....

Any information on how the 528-6 differs from any other Atmos.

Rob - You can probably find more information in the forum area that discussions all version of torsion clocks:

Torsion-Clocks Search for 528 using the search tool and you'll find quite a few threads that discuss the 528 model.

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