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Warren Telechron, Inc., Ashland, Massachusetts, USA. Model Type A, serial no. 454, c. mid 1920's.

The red oak case was in very good condition and only needed a cleaning and waxing.

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Control panel containing power knife switches for electrical motors. Setting and speed adjustments for pendulum. The pendulum has a metal bar at its base and swings over a coil located on the floor of the clock. The Rheostats control current to the coil and therefore can slow the rate of the pendulum. In reality, the movement can be quite well regulated using the bob adjustments and the small weights that can be added or subtracted from the pendulum rod's weight pan.

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