last updated: 20 March '15
Features
Fakes

Telechron Stuff

The G.E./Telechron Book

Buyer's Guide
 

The Clocks
Early Clocks 1917-1927

The Dawn of Deco 1928-1931

The Golden Age of Telechron
1932 - 1938

The War Years  1939-1944

Post-War Magic  1945-1949

The Boom Years  1950 -1953

The End Of Design 1954-1959

What Came After
 

Spare Time
Frequently Asked Questions

ebaYseller to English Glossary

TELECHRON  CLOCKS  CAN  TAKE  IT!

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Favorite Links

My 15 minutes of fame in The Straight Dope

 
The "Communications Clock" was one of the only clocks Telechron made during the War.  The hour hand was geared for one revolution per day.  The red hand was designed to show Greenwich mean time but I don't know if it could be set without taking the clock apart.  (Anyone have one?)
  1944
 
 Detail from a Telechron dealer ad.  These ads were meant to be run by dealers in local papers.
 1927
 
Hi, I'm Pappy and this is my humble web page dedicated to America's "First and Favorite" electric clock.  Have fun, look around and check back often because I update this page whenever I can. 
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