Plaque

George Daniels

Erection date: 22/8/2014

Inscription

George Daniels CBE, watchmaker, 1926 - 2011, lived & worked here.
The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers
The British Horological Institute
The Antiquarian Horological Society

Site: George Daniels (1 memorial)

SE20, Thornsett Road, 21

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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George Daniels

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George Daniels

Horologist. Born in Sunderland. During his lifetime, he was considered to be ...

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Antiquarian Horological Society

It unites collectors, scholars and museum professionals interested in the his...

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British Horological Institute

Founded by a small group of clockmakers, whose aim was to unify the British h...

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Worshipful Company of Clockmakers

Charter granted in 1631.

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