Master clock and three slave clocks, 'Inducta', made by Landis & Gyr, Switzerland, 1930s.

Used at Myer Emporium, Bourke Street Melbourne, to control the clocks throughout the store.

This clock uses an electric motor to wind the main weight. An electric impulse was sent from the main clock by an inductor, to make the slave clocks step forward one minute.

Physical Description

Rectangular wooden case in two portions, each with a front glass panel. Upper section has an impulse generator with a small dial. Above glass panel is a slave clock marked 'Inducta'. Lower glass panel reveals large pendulum with discus- shaped bob.

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