Pendulum, from time recorder

Made:
1905 in London
maker:
British Time Recorder Company Limited
Pendulum, from time recorder by the British Time Recorder Co. Ltd, 149 Farringdon Road, London, EC1, England, 1940-1970

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Pendulum, from time recorder by the British Time Recorder Co. Ltd, 149 Farringdon Road, London, EC1, England, 1940-1970
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Pendulum from the time recorder, by the British Time Recorder Co. Ltd, London, England, 1940-1970

"Clocking in" time recorder, made by the British Time Recorder Co. Ltd, London, England and used at the General Post Office (GPO) Central Telegraph Office on the corner of Newgate Street and St Martin's Le Grand, London for exchange workers clocking in and out from 1905 onwards.

Details

Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
2004-173/3
type:
pendulum - timepiece
taxonomy:
  • component - object
credit:
BT Group plc