A Celebration of Dr George Daniels CBE FBHI

George Daniels provided very generously in his will with the formation of the George Daniels Educational Trust in 2012. Among its objectives, the Trust supports clock and watchmaker training through the George Daniels Educational Trust Advisory Committee (GDETAC) that consists of members of the Clockmakers’ Company and the British Horological Institute. Through advice to the Trustees and recommendations on applications for awards, GDETAC seeks to promote and encourage horological training in the UK.

Roger Smith with George Daniels
George Daniels with the silver mounted Joseph Knibb table clock 1677
Space Traveller
Space Traveller
(left) the Tourbillon wrist watch and (right) a white gold Millenium watch
George at the bench
George Daniels in the 4½ litre Blower single seater Bentley
George Daniels in the Birkin team (Bentley) Le Mans team car
George Daniels on the banking at Brooklands in the single seater 4½ litre Bentley
George Daniels with the 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C
George Daniels in the 1908 Itala Grand Prix car
The 1908 Itala Grand Prix car outside the church
Friends gathered at St George's Hanover Square to remember George Daniels

Grateful thanks to Sotheby’s for the watch images and Memorial Service photographs

What a beautiful service worthy of a great man! click to see the Service Sheet & photos.  There were three addresses – given by Andrew Crisford, Roger Smith and Roger Collings, Past-President of the Vintage Sports-Car Club. You can read these here by clicking on each of their names.

A new book on the life and work of Dr George Daniels written by Michael Clerizo, was launched at The Basle Fair.

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