Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock and Digital Display

  • This rare Patek Philippe Chronoquartz master clock has an auxiliary digital display
  • The clock keeps time using a quartz crystal and is accurate to 1/10th of a second
  • Patek Philippe created their electronic clocks on a commissioned basis, meaning no two are alike
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Item No. 30-2875

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From the leaders in precision timekeeping, this exceptional Patek Philippe "Chronorquartz" model FBCZK master clock features a master clock and a digital display auxiliary, or "slave" clock. The clock keeps track of the time using a quartz crystal and indicates hours, minutes, seconds and 1/10th seconds. In 1947, Patek Philippe launched its electronic clock division dedicated to the research and development of the world's most precise electronic, quartz and atomic timepieces. Their technologically advanced creations made their first public debut at the 1964 New York World's Fair, where Patek Philippe showcased a timekeeping system in the Swiss Pavillion that distributed accurate time to slave clocks placed throughout the fairgrounds. Catering to leaders of industry, government and science, the firm created their electronic clocks on a special commission basis, meaning no two timepieces are exactly alike.

Marked "Patek Philippe Geneve" No. 663173

Circa 1966

Master: 10 3/8" wide x 6 1/4" deep x 17 3/4" high
Display: 31 7/8" wide x 6" deep x 7 1/4" high
The master clock runs on a quartz crystal and is incredibly accurate
Maker: Patek Philippe
Period: 20th Century
Origin: Switzerland
Type: Wall Clocks

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