1906 Eureka Electric Clock

  • 1600.00 £
  • Published date: June 22, 2024
    • Coniston, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom

1906 Eureka Electric Clock


⭕ It was owned by my Dad. A very knowledgeable clockmaker who had a keen interest in all clocks but especially Eurekas. You will probably know that these clocks were invented by Timothy Bernard Powers in 1906. They work because they have an electric impulse movement. An electromagnet is mounted on the large brass balance wheel which receives impulses from a battery in the base. This clock keeps good time & is in full working order & runs constantly with no problems. It has a glass cover which is unmarked. The clock is not damaged in any way. It has a white circular dial with Roman numerals. It is signed Eureka Clock Company Ltd London. The brass frame is inscribed with No. 8825 & Patent No. 14614 dated 1906. Made in England. The clock, without case is just over 12 tall & with case about 13 tall. The base is brass. It can be couriered if that is more convenient. I will make arrangements for it to be sent safely to you.

Phone number ✆ 07924 330123
Coniston, East Yorkshire




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