Patek Philippe T3 Seven-Module Time Tower

  • This one-of-a-kind precision timepiece was crafted by Patek Philippe of Geneva
  • It is part of the firm's highly regarded T3 Electronic Clock System
  • Patek Philippe master clock systems were considered the most precise systems on the market
  • This timekeeper represents the cutting edge in horological technology
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Item No. 30-2891

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This complex seven-module time tower was created by Patek Philippe of Geneva as part of the firm's highly regarded and technologically advanced Electronic Clock System. During the 1970s, Patek's innovative system was considered the leading device in precision timekeeping, and their custom-built modules such as this were specially designed according to the specifications of their client. The technology, which Patek dubbed "T3," is synchronized each second by the time signal of the observatory Prangins Genève to guarantee the highest precision possible. The example includes the rare addition of a digital time display, in addition to the eight auxiliary dials showing times from around the world.

Renowned clockmakers Patek Philippe established their electronic timekeeping division in 1946 with the primary goal of developing the most accurate timekeeping clocks and watches on the market. It was during the 1970s that the Swiss company perfected this remarkable technology, and their master clock systems were largely considered the most cutting edge and precise systems on the market. An array of businesses and services, including airports, hospital, radio stations, jewelry and office buildings, employed these timing systems to ensure that the exact time was uniformly displayed throughout a building or complex. Today, the few unique systems created by the company are incredibly rare limited editions and seldom appear on the market.

Circa 1970

19” wide x 14 3/4” deep x 70 1/2” high
Patek Philippe T3 Seven-Module Time Tower
Maker: Patek Philippe
Period: 20th Century
Origin: Switzerland
Type: Other
Depth: 14.75 Inches
Width: 19.0 Inches
Height: 70.5 Inches

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