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World Clock - Research Engineering Company, Eltham, circa 1985 Reg. No: ST 044739
- World wall clock, invented by Alan Heath, Research Engineering Company, Eltham, Victoria, circa 1985. The inventor has applied for Australian and USA patents.
- The clock face consists of a rotating disk on which is arranged a map of the world with the international time zones segmenting the disk and marked at intervals around the edge. At the centre of the clock face is a small hand which in two directions indicates the minutes after the hour. There is also a sweep second hand.
See also Trade Literature.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Mr Alan Heath, 2000
|Dimensions:||5.0 cm (Height), 25.2 cm (Diameter)|
|Tagged with:||world clocks, electric clocks, horology|
|Themes this item is part of:||Science & Measurement Collection|
|Manufacturer:||Research Engineering Company, Eltham East, Victoria, Australia, circa 1985|
|Inventor:||Mr Alan Heath, Eltham East, Victoria, Australia, circa 1985|