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2021 September

Patents are now renamed by applicant.  If you do a document search it searches inside patents, but this makes browsing easier.
New folder Rigel quartz marine chronometer
New Wempe quartz chronometer pages with model 904 and 10057
New folder for the Ebauches B-1390 early quartz marine chronometer

2021 August

New maker added New Era
New maker added Standard Time Co. of London
New unknown slave movement number 14 in the unknown folder. 
New document, a really useful document on early synchronome slaves and information on dating in the synchronome slaves folder.
More photos and information on HE Jones clocks nos 7 and 11.

2021 July Two new folders: Steenhans/Timetronic quartz and ATE, a very early quartz
2021 June New folder for Estyma and related transistor clocks
2021 April

A Brillie half second complete restoration with photos of all components
A Ritchie electrically controlled mechanical movement
An unusual Ecole de Cluses with motor rewind in a half second movement
Restoration of an Aron ZBa timeswitch
Smiths ‘sectric’ complete dismantle and restore
New folder for new maker Mehne

2021 March New folders for Kundo and for Korfhange and Sohne and for Margnoux
2021 Februrary

The earliest synchronome mark 1 (number 4) added
New folder for Synchronome Australia

2021 January  At the start of 2021 we activated a major site upgrade with simpler folder structure and index page.  The search facility now searches general and maker-specific documents, but all maker-specific documents are now kept in the individual maker folders.  The unknown maker clocks were revised.   Over 400 patents were added, nearly 200 animations now added and hundreds of documents.  After the upgrade we had over 20000 images from over 350 makers.
2020 December New style headers for some folders with more external links to YouTube and websites (for example see Synchronome, English Clock Systems, Self Winding, No Key, Eureka, Lowne, and Siemens).
If there is a maker that you have detailed knowledge on, perhaps you would consider writing a similar header file?

 

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