Looks can be deceiving...this cute little "book" holds a travel clock specifically designed for the four time zones of the United States. It's a more home-minded take on the world clock concept. But hey, it's a big country, so just because you might not leave it doesn't mean you don't need a sophisticated time-telling device to keep it all straight! And since it's Swiss made, how provincial can it really be?
Very good condition, with very few signs of its 60+ years.
4" x 4.25"
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