Slave clock catalogue

Examples of slave clocks and devices

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Gent with John Smith Dial Gent ex Nuneaton railway stationSynchronomeGent 30 inchSmiths, English Clock SystemsGents, badged Automatic Telephone Company Late Gent badged ChlorideEnglish Clock SystemsGensignStandard 1960s Gents bakeliteGent 1 second movement panel clockGent painted bakeliteLate gents bakeliteModern Gents with 24 hour dialGent badged British RailGent with luminous handsGent with roman dialGent in octagonal bakelite (damaged)Gent double sided with ''frequency'' second hand from BR stationGent panel clockmodern Gent in white paintGPO wooden clock by GentGPO by SynchronomeFrom telephone switchroomBritish IBMInternational Time RecordersITR in square wooden caseLeitch ex studio, square caseMagneta, 30 second clockMarine cased slave clockFairly modern 1 minute double sided outdoor clockStudio panel slavePost Office double sided clockPost office 24 hour dial Post office 24 hour dial Unknown, probably European 1 second slaveVery early, small, Pul-Syn-Etic  slave Early GentSynchronome copperSynchronome copper1970s SynchronomePainted SynchronomeGPO SynchronomeSmaller copper SynchronomeOrnamental SynchronomeModern SynchronomeOctagonal SynchronomeLarge Square public SynchronomeSquare SynchronomeTelephone RentalsTelephone RentalsGPO Tariff Clock 62A, later typeGPO Tariff Clock 62AGPO Tariff Clock 70ANational slave programmerGent sub circuit relaySynchronome 3 way sub circuit unit

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