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Bob Gardner's book on RAF Clocks describes the history of these clocks. 
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All RAF Sector Clocks are exceptionally rare.  Our recent research reveals that the ones made for Air Defence (the command and control system of RAF Fighter Command) had inward pointing segments.  Most were electric slave clocks, and a few mechanical ones were made.  In the last fifteen years I have only seen two examples.  Clocks with outward pointing segments are almost all mechanical clocks and were used in ops rooms throughout the RAF.

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Stock No: 2259

Clock No:  2259  SOLD

A 1941 RAF Sector Clock by FW Elliott in original condition.

Full details of Clock No:  2259

Stock No: 2260

Clock No:  2260 SOLD

A 1944 USAAF Sector Clock.

Full details of Clock No:  2260

Stock No: 2211

Clock No:  2211 SOLD

A rare 1941 Royal Observer Corps Sector Clock by FW Elliott.

Full details of Clock No:  2211

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