Pictured: Advertisement by R. Haswell and Sons for Paillard’s Palladium Balance Springs, The Horological Journal, July 1883 Charles-Auguste Paillard originally developed palladium alloys for use in fine marine chronometers due.
Pictured: Paillard’s Palladium Balance and Hairspring Charles-Auguste Paillard originally developed his palladium alloys to provide a more suitable material for the construction of fine marine chronometers. As a result of.
Pictured: “Palladium Balance Springs” (Excerpt), The Horological Journal, July 1879. When Charles-Auguste Paillard moved to Geneva in 1862, he dedicated his research to developing a corrosion-immune alloy for hairsprings used.
Pictured: “Palladium” Handbill, Published in the August 1803 issue of Nicholson's Journal In 1803, chemist William Hyde Wollaston discovered palladium while experimenting with purification methods for platinum. Wollaston originally called.