This unique mid-century desk clock/calendar is truly a cut above. When you pick it up, you notice it has the nice heft you get with a quality piece. The more you look at it the more appreciative you'll be of it. The way it functions (you lower the entire calendar section to wind the next date into place) is a very impressive parlor trick. Everything works, the plastic wheel that turns the tens digit of the month is broken but functional
7 Long x 3 H x 2.5 deep
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