Time measuring instruments
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence regarding clocks and chronographs, including correspondence with the Japanese Consul and E. Dent and Co. on a chronograph for the Japanese Government, 1880; and correspondence relating to various inventions associated with clocks, 1886-1937, including Mr Schoof's gravity escapement (1897), the Synchronome Co. Ltd's synchronised pendulum (1937), Mr Gordon's pneumatic clock system (1886), and R.W. Nichol's pendulum (1913).
Correspondence relating to chronographs, clocks, time balls and time signals, including the following material:
Correspondence with E. Dent and Co. concerning a new time ball, 1914-1920.
Correspondence regarding a new standard astronomical clock and Riefler clocks, 1919-1925.
Correspondence regarding repairs to clocks and chronographs, 1917-1938.
Correspondence concerning the sale of regulators, 1932.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.