Pulsynetic master clock, type C7.

Leicester and England

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Pulsynetic time transmitter type C7, in special case with movement dropped so as to be visible, by Gent and Company Ltd of Leicester, England. Exchanged in August 1951 with the earlier Pulsynetic transmitter (1913-166).

Pulsynetic time transmitter, type C7, in special case with movement dropped so as to be visible.


Time Measurement
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brass (copper, zinc alloy), cast iron, copper (metal), glass, steel (metal), wood (unidentified)
pulsynthetic time transmitters
Gent and Company Ltd.
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