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SMITH MK II

These bezel wound clock Mk II has the called dummy hands (red hands) to set the take of time and then on landing the flight time could be calculated.

To set the time it has a little lever that makes possible do it wby rotating the bezel.

The ungraving movement is the same used and signed by LeCoultre in its 201 model, it has 7 jewels and 8 days power reserve.

It was used in the Spitfire, the Lancaster and some others WW II British airplanes.

 

SMITH MK II A

The exterior appareance of this clock is the same as SMith MK II but the little seconds hand, these is the little one in a cockpit.

The 7 jeweled movement is completely diferent and as it do not have marked or engraving I do not know about of it.

It was used in Spitfires Lancaster and some others WW II British airplanes.

   

SMITH MK II B y D

The movemnet is also a copy of Jaeger LeCoultre 201 as shown in the photos below, this copy is of inferior quality than the MK II of Lancaster or Spitfire, the winding mechanism is different.

It has 7 jewels and power for 8 days. and the red dummy hands, it has a knob at 5 with two positions normal for wound the clock, and by pulling up to set the time.

It was used in the Typhoon Tempest and some other.

   

SMITH MK III

This elapsed time clock was built with two differents movement the most common the Jaeger LeCoultre Chronoflite and the escarce Carley & Clemence, these links to its pages in this web.

Equiped the Spitfire and others figters and bomber before and the first stages of WW II

   

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