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The Telechron Model 101 is the smallest version of the ‘Wall Case Telechron’ which is also known as the ‘Wall Telechron.’ The ‘Wall Case Telechron’ clocks came in three finishes: quartered oak, mahogany, and white enamel. Model 101, along with Models…

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This dual-named clock, known as either the 'Wood Case Telechron' or 'Wall Telechron', was manufactured in four different sizes from 1918 to 1926.The model seen here was the smallest produced, Model 101, with an 8" diameter dial. This example is…

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This dual-named clock, known as either the 'Wood Case Telechron' or 'Wall Telechron', was manufactured in four different sizes from 1918 to 1926. The Model 201 seen here would have been a step up from the smallest, clocking in with a 12 in. dial.…

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This dual-named clock, known as either the 'Wood Case Telechron' or 'Wall Telechron', was manufactured in four different sizes from 1918 to 1926. The Model 201 seen here would have been a step up from the smallest, clocking in with a 12 in. dial.…

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This dual-named clock, known as either the 'Wood Case Telechron' or 'Wall Telechron', was manufactured in four different sizes beginning in 1918. The Model 201 seen here would have been a step up from the smallest, clocking in with a 12 in. dial.…

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Shown in the picture are a bezel and a dial of a Telechron wall clock. Although the clock may be missing its case which makes it rather difficult to identify the model, the motor is still present on the back of the clock. The motor includes a type H…

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Shown in the photos is a movement from a Telechron clock. Although it is missing the case, dial, and hands, the movement is still intact with the full gear train and motor. The motor on the back contains a type B-2 rotor in brass housing dating from…

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This General Electric Telechron model is related to the Telechron "Telalarm". It uses the same patented George Graff designed case. Model AB716 has a silver metal case with a black Bakelite base. The dial has a golden finish. This model does not…

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In 1954 GE and Telechron merged again. Their ‘Dinette’ model 2H109 is shown here in red and white. It was also available in turquoise and white, yellow and white or pink and grey. Its flying saucer shape was evocative of the kitchen clock of the…

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This General Electric timing device is powered by a Warren Telechron Co. synchronous motor. Considering GE’s use of a Telechron motor, this timer approximately dates back to the 1930s, give or take a few years. The timer sits in an oak box, complete…
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