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Advertisement from an 1887 Directory
Advertisement from an 1887 Directory.
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, May 7, 1887
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, May 7, 1887. Note that two of the central station pilot clocks have second hands, suggesting that both second and minute impulse systems were in operation. Maker of master clock unknown; its pilot clock, battery gauge, contacts and controls added by Standard.
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, December 7, 1889
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, December 7, 1889. Offers a convenient and decorative method of locating battery gauge and pilot clock outside the master clock case.
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, July 23, 1887
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, July 23, 1887. An early version of Warner's invention patented December 9, 1884
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, May 14, 1887.
From THE ELECTRICAL WORLD, May 14, 1887.
Standard Electric Time equipment on the Moon?
Standard Electric Time equipment on the Moon? Ad circa 1970.

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To make this project a success, your help is needed. If you can provide a good picture of a special clock, it could well prove to be something that others would enjoy seeing here. Owners of clocks will receive credit unless they wish to remain anonymous. In return, or as a public service, we can provide in over 90% of cases, copies of original factory publications pertaining to a specific clock. These include master clock instructions, technical bulletins and wiring diagrams.

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