Posted 4 years ago
This is a Westinghouse Wind-Up Alarm Clock patented April 27, 1920.
The alarm wind key and arm are quite unusual. In photo #4 the arm is at the off right post position. As you wind the key, the arm moves to the left post and is ready to sound off at the time that is set on the alarm dial (small dial between the 5:00 & 7:00 position.
The case is made of cast pot metal, and the clock weighs 3-1/3 pounds. Very heavy. Not one you want to throw across the room when it goes off.
( I have another, older Westinghouse alarm I will post later).
Thanks for taking the time to stop by,