The Synchronome Co. Ltd. Send you this Christmas Greeting

Catalogue no: 1214
Dewey No: Subject(s): Electrical Horology
Author(s): Unknown (possibly Frank Hope-Jones)
Total pages: 4 Illustrations: 1 Language(s): English Publication date: 1926
Editor: Publisher: The Synchronome Company, Ltd.
Dimensions: 270mm x 190mm Condition: Good
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Notes:
Both a Christmas Greeting card and propaganda for the Synchronome Company. The front page has a poem in Latin with its translation by the late K. Hope-Jones, "To mortal thought Is given no power to stay etc." Also contrasts, "two outstanding achievements of the Synchronome Co. at the opposite ends of the scale of horological effort." ie. The Liberty's clock and the installation of the second free pendulum at Greenwich. The inner pages consist of a full page colour print of the Liberty clock and a full page description. Final page blank apart from, "Blocks and Printing by Arthur Tremayne, Ltd. 26/28, Old Street. E.C.1
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