Electronic Watch 1952

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    Paris, France


    The first electronic Watch!: GV. Drawing office. MS. Craftsman at work. LS. MS. & CU. Watchmakers at work. CU. Watchmakers tools. LS. Chemist experimenting. CU. Chemist. CU. Works of watch being taken out of case. CU. Electronic watch works. CU. Ordinary watch pan to Electronic watch. CU. Parts of the Electronic watch laid for display. MS. and CU. Testing and regulating the watch with an oscillograph. CU. Ordinary watch in mans hands. CU. Electronic watch in mans hand. MS. Watch being tested.

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    British Pathé
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    01:50:36:00 / 01:53:15:00
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  • The forst 9 seconds of this clip is for a completely different, unrelated story. Then begins the footage about the electronic watch.

    The watch is made by the French watch and clock company, LIP.

    jamied 20th Sep 2012

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