- Museum number
Nickel-chrome cased referee's timer/stop-watch
Standard Ingersoll movement with going barrel and pin-pallet lever escapement.
White painted dial calibrated for 60 minutes numbered at 5-minute intervals 5-60 and with 300 1/5th seconds for the centre-seconds. The centre is coloured green, the sector between 45 and 60 left plain white.
Single black-pained minue hand, Red-painted centre-seconds hand.
Chrome-plated case snap-on back and galzed bezel.A winding and hand-set button at 60.between 5 and 10 on the case band is a start-stop lever for the stop-watch function.
- Production date
Diameter: 51 millimetres (case)
Thickness: 17.20 millimetres (case)
- Curator's comments
- A stop-watch/timer designed for use by a football referee or indeed for any game with a period of 45 minutes.
There is no fly/back zero function for the seconds hand.
- Not on display
- Latest: 3 (2017)
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Purchased for the museum by David Thompson at an antiques fair held at Keston village Hall, Keston, Kent in Summer 2005.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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