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Why is "4" IIII and not IV?

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Thank you for your interest in the Brass Works Clock. The main reason why it is listed ar IIII and not IV is for symmetry reasons. If one were to divide the watch face vertically, exactly 14 Roman characters would appear on each side of the dial (left & right). If "IV" were used, it would throw off the perfect symmetry of the watch dial.
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