Photo courtesy Telechrony (this one was built with a 50-cycle rotor--maybe they all were)

This model was sold by both General Electric and Telechron (with significant changes).   F328

In October 2021, forum member, Telechrony posted pictures of a clock we suspected existed but had never seen.  Like the Sudbury, the F328 was the 328, sold with a closed back and an F-rotor movement.  Telechron sales records indicate "Warren" (vs. "G.E.") sold 519 model 328s in 1935.  When I started thinking about what exactly they were liquidiating, it occurred to me the wooden cases must have come from the supplier with the backs whole and unspoiled.  If they had come with big hole in the back, this clock and the F327 would look a lot different.
 
 

back to the Golden Age of Telechronto the 3A51 Renault and the CF351 Minaret