20+ Collection Of Different Clocks Which You Must See

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Clock! without which no one can start their life. Clock is an instrument which used to indicate, keep, and co-ordinate time. The word clock is derived ultimately (via Dutch, Northern French, and Medieval Latin) from the Celtic words clagan and clocca meaning “bell” [- Wikipedia.org]. We do have many types of time display methods like Analog Clock, Digital Clock, Auditory Clock. Here in this article you can view a variety of Clocks which you may have not seen before, some includes early mechanical clocks, Astronomical Clocks and different analog & digital clocks.

Below are some of the beautiful historical clocks which you must have a look.

Astronomical Clock

Image Source – Andrew Draskóy
Astronomical Clock

Water Clock

Image Source – Bruce Cooke
Water Clock

Bracken House Clock

Image Source – Richardr
Bracken House Clock

The Spiral Clock

Image Source – http://www.thespiralclock.com/
The Spiral Clock

Gear Clock

Image Source – Rosemariek
Gear Clock

Astronomical Clock – Italy

Image Source – cienne45
Astronomical Clock Italy

Globe Clock

Image Source – Sean Gallagher
Globe Clock

Flip Clock

Image Source – Junichi Ishito
Flip Clock

4 Digit Nixie Clock in Voltmeter

Image Source – Blue Metal
4 Digit Nixie Clock in Voltmeter

iPad Word Clock

Image Source – Simon Heys
iPad Word Clock

Eternal Clock II

Image Source – Robbert van der Steeg
Eternal Clock II

IN-14 Nixie Clock Display Initial Test

Image Source – Samwibatt
Nixie Clock Display

Cube Corner Clock

Image Source – Mark Wilson
Cube Corner Clock

Mechanical Clock

Image Source – William Braik
Mechanical Clock

Marshall Fields’ Clock

Image Source – Terence Faircloth
Marshall Fields Clock

Chinese Clock

Image Source – Jill Zhang
Chinese Clock

Buckingham Palace Clock

Image Source – Simon Barrett
Buckingham Palace Clock

The Zimmer Tower and The Wonder Clock

Image Source – Martin Beek
The Zimmer Tower and The Wonder Clock

Berlin – World Time Clock – Revolving Sphere in Daylight

Image Source – Yen Baet
World Time Clock

Astrological Clock set to run to the year 9999

Image Source – Curious Expeditions
Astrological Clock set to run to the year 9999

The Clock at Jantar Mantar

Image Source – Kalpana Chatterjee
The Clock at Jantar Mantar

One of the first pocket watches, called “Nuremberg Egg”

Image Source – Pirkheimer
One of the first pocket watchs, called "Nuremberg Egg"

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