Don't Miss A Man and His Clocks Northeast Oregon Now - Monday, May 27, 2013 0 714 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Dick Jackson counted all 223 pieces of wood that went into the making of this clock. A trio of Jackson’s more decorative clocks. Jackson’s dresser hold nearly two dozen of his clocks. This floor lamp doubles as a clock. The right eye shows the hour, the left shows the minutes. A bottle of wine with a clock built in. Plug this clock in and a fireplace comes to life. This is a World War II Navy chronometer. The oldest clock in Jackson’s collection – from around 1790. This clock swings back and forth with every second. This clock only needs to be wound once a year. Jackson’s note at the bottom reminds him when the last winding took place.