Art Deco Mystery Clock By Smiths Clocks, c1930s

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For your consideration is this rare Smith mystery clock made by Smith's Electronic Clocks . The chrome case was moulded in aluminium. The glass has black numerals on a square silver background with a black border. The rear glass holds the hand assembly. The middle plate has a hole in the centre and is grooved at the bottom to allow it to be rocked slowly by a small roller arm connected to a synchronous motor located in the base of the clock.
The rocking motion operates a ratchet mechanism which turns the hands. As the glass cannot be seen moving, the way the hands move is a mystery. The movement of the hands is not conventional with the forward motion lasting 20 to 30 sec. The hands then go backwards before the next oscillation. Working .
Synchronous motor 220 volts A.C 50 Cycle mains powered, and working.
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Height = 20 cm (8")
Width = 16 cm (6")
Depth = 6.5 cm (3")

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DateArt Deco MakerSmiths Electrics of England Codeas036a1987 Price £1550.00     1833.96     $1983.54    The price has been listed in British Pounds.
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