About   INTERNATIONAL TIME MACHINES

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ITM clocks were manufactured between 1910 and 1940, by the International Time Recording Company, which later became IBM. They are authentic, industrial master clocks which typically hung on the walls of offices, banks, schools and factories. 'Master clocks' kept accurate time, and would synchronize remote clocks such as employee time clocks and classroom wall clocks.

International master clocks were state-of-the-art technology for the early 1900s, with the finest designers, engineers and craftsmen building clocks in upstate New York. Clocks were the foundation of IBM, both in heritage and by providing the revenue upon which IBM's computer business was developed. 

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International Time Machines restores antique clocks which provide any setting with a kinetic sculpture, constantly in motion. The warmth of the wood and brass provide the back drop as the swinging pendulum is captivating and mesmerizing. They keep great time, but their beauty is timeless!