The original item from Hidden in the Hills is now SOLD.
One of the earliest electric clocks; synchronous clocks are unique in that they require a spin of a knob to start the clock running. This one; made by the Middlebury Clock corp. of Chicago, IL, still works perfectly and keeps accurate time. Just one spin and it runs until the power is interrupted; then, once power is restored, another spin and it's silently back in motion. It is in an all wood case with brass hardware; front has walnut with a tiger type grain veneer; main case is lighter in color for contrast, and base is painted black. It has 4 brass bun type feet; face is a nice gold color and curved glass has a minor scratch on the high point. Metal label is intact with instructions for operation both knobs are present. A nice tabletop or mantle model; base measures 7 7/8" by 2 3/4"; case is 6 1/4" wide and 1 3/4" thick; and it stands 9 3/8" tall. Condition is very good, would be beautiful with a minor cleaning and restoration of the case; buyers option. Power cord is newer, measures 6'.
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Art Deco Middlebury Synchronous Electric Desk or Table Clock
San Francisco, CA
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