4-in-1 ROTARY CALANDER ALARM CLOCK Circa 1938
Metal case, ivory finish. Lift hinged dome top to wind, set alarm and time. The upper opening in the side of the clock case shows the time on a rotating dial. The next three openings are for the day of the week, the month, and the day of the month. These three calendar dials are manually set (the clock does not operate them). The knob to set the three calendar dials is on the back of the clock case. Height, 5 1/2 inch. Width, 5 3/8 inch. Key wound 30-hour movement. Although this may look like a LUX rotary clock, this clocks movement was not made by the LUX CLOCK MFG. CO. The three patents inside the top cover are WESTCLOX patents, issued in 1925, 1929 and 1932 respectively.
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