The Standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass. 1908
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Directory: Antiques: Instruments and Implements: Timepieces: Clocks: Pre 1910: item # 556124
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The Watch Company
P.O. Box 3340
Santa Monica, Ca. 90408
THE STANDARD ELECTRIC TIME Co. MASTER- 2 SLAVES Circa: 1906. Estimated Circa: 1908 - 1923 64 inches tall by 20inches wide. This electric system prepresents the period of the transition from winding to a full electric source of power. The signature of the master and slaves are all signed:; "The Standard Electric Time Co." with the master and one slave signed the same; "Springfield, Mass." and one is signed: "California", which means that this company had slaves signed for each state in the Union, if, requested by the user. This clock comes with a 110 to 9 volt converter, 25 terminals on the top of the case for satellite slave clocks, an original unbroken paper program tape as well. Extremely collectible in this all original condition.
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DIAL: All original dial marked: “THE STANDARD ELECTRIC TIME Co./ Springfield, Mass.” Both slaves marked the same with one slave signed “CALIFORNIA” instead of “Springfield, Mass”. All mint.
MOVEMENT: All brass self winding every minute, complete, clean, running.
CASE: Solid Oak, original finish, without distraction, dings, or damage.
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