2370
2370
Patek Philippe
STAINLESS STEEL AND ALUMINIUM ELETRONIC MASTER CLOCK SYSTEM WITH DIGITAL DISPLAY SLAVE CLOCK MODEL MB24RS NO 710122 CIRCA 1970
Estimate
120,000180,000
LOT SOLD. 150,000 HKD
JUMP TO LOT
2370
Patek Philippe
STAINLESS STEEL AND ALUMINIUM ELETRONIC MASTER CLOCK SYSTEM WITH DIGITAL DISPLAY SLAVE CLOCK MODEL MB24RS NO 710122 CIRCA 1970
Estimate
120,000180,000
LOT SOLD. 150,000 HKD
JUMP TO LOT

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Patek Philippe
STAINLESS STEEL AND ALUMINIUM ELETRONIC MASTER CLOCK SYSTEM WITH DIGITAL DISPLAY SLAVE CLOCK MODEL MB24RS NO 710122 CIRCA 1970
Movement: quartz oscillator
Case: stainless steel and aluminium
Diameter: master clock measuring 23.5 cm length x 42.5 mm width x 13 mm height, slave clock measuring 11.5 cm length x 44.5 mm width x 12..5 mm height
Signed: 
case, dial and movement


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Catalogue Note

Following the dawn of atomic age in 1960s, electronics and quartz were introduced to the field of horology. Patek Philippe started developing and producing master timing systems which operates by electricity during early 60s. The timing system of these modules was designed to be constantly regulated by radio signals from the atomic clocks in the Parangins Obeservatory in Geneva. The master system usually consists of a highly accurate master clock with a number of slave clocks and were used in airports, train stations and office buildings and aided greatly with showing time in different locations.

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