The Ferranti No.3. was first made in 1932 and last made in 1947
A history of the manufacture of clocks, technical details, adverts and a catalogue of every electric clock that Ferranti made 1932 to 1957. Black and White content, 290 x 225mm
This is the very popluar No.3 model in a range of more than 272 clocks made by the Ferranti clock department.
Its shape changed slightly in 1938. This is the early shape
The Ferranti early movement with front plate removed.
The Ferranti late movement with back plate removed.
REPAIR AND OVERHAUL
SYNCHRONOUS WALL CLOCKS &
CONVERTING SYNCHRONOUS CLOCKS TO LOW VOLTAGE
ELECTRIC CLOCK CARE
ELECTRIC CLOCK MANUFACTURERS
STARTING A SYNCHRONOUS ELECTRIC CLOCK
BENEFITS OF A MAINS ELECTRIC CLOCK
SYNCHRONOUS CLOCK ACCURACY
ORIGINAL CLOCK INSTRUCTIONS
This is the No.1 model in a range of more
than 5 new bakelite clocks made by the Ferranti clock department, introduced in early 1932.
This bakelite clock was made until around 1938 when Ferranti introduced a new range of wooden cased clocks
This is the No.2 model. The early versions of all 5 early clocks came with a plain silver dial.
All Ferranti clocks were 'hand starting'
This is the No.4 model