Possible Synchronome electric master clock

markiemark

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This is my first electric master clock. There are no markings that I can see but it looks like a Synchronome. I haven't been able to find an exact copy of this model on the net yet to confirm this. It's in rough condition with parts missing.

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JTD

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It might be better to post this in the Electric Horology section.

This can be moved by a moderator if they agree.

JTD
 

Jim Andrews

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nice find, I like the invar pendulum. I'm not so sure there are a lot of parts missing once you get it all sorted out. I'd love to have it in my collection!
 

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looks gent-ish... check my gent thread in electric horology.
 
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