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  • British Army Signals Clock

    Superb Cold War era military clock that was designed to be used in the field, by The Royal Corps of Signals; one of the combat support arms of the British army. Signals units are among the first into action, providing the battlefield communications and information systems essential to all operations:

    The clock is mounted in a heavy duty square faced cast aluminium alloy case with bronze mounted carry handle and has a front aluminium covering panel to provide waterproofing and protection to the clock when required. This front panel is then fitted to the back of the clock case when not required. The clock face is covered with a window of shockproof perspex. It is calibrated in 24hr local time with an additional Greenwich Mean-time dial for annotating signals with GMT. Made to military specification by Smiths, it has an eight-day wind up mechanism with winding key attached and stored internally next to the clock face. Circa 1955.

    For decorative purposes the aluminium case has been stripped of it's enamel paint and polished to a mirror finish.

    Dimensions: 29 cm/11⅜ inches x 29 cm/11⅜ inches x 11 cm/4⅜ inches.
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    Price £5,000-10,000

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