Electric clock, Bulle, France, circa 1925.
A curved magnet passes through the solenoid at end of pendulum. The solenoid receives electric impulses in metal cylinder at back of the clock.
M. M. Moulen and M. P. Faure-Bulle of France took out a British patent for this clock, no. 16150 in 1921.
Clock is mounted on round wooden base under glass dome. Dial has silver-plate chapter ring with arabic numerals. Electric impulse movement.
Loan & Subsequent Bequest from Mr John Askew, 20/10/1928
Dial is marked 'Bulle Clock Brevete SGDG Patented' under 12 and 'France' under 6.
Type of item
35 cm (Height)