Posted 6 years ago
This is a 1930's Bulova Mantle clock, although the name on the clock is Bulova the movement is a Hammond Gregory movement with a Bulova name on the clock face. It has a metal tag on the right side of the clock Stating Bulova Electric Clock Model 1107 5th Ave. NY (see the third picture).
The clock is 7" high, 12.25 long, and 2.50 in depth. It does run and has to be primed by spinning the knob in back. The day and date feature does work, although I was told when I bought it that it didn't. The case has a few problems. The cord has been replaced and I replaced the plug. I love the etched glass around the face of the clock and the silvering behind it makes it pop.
This is the earliest Bulova clock I have ever seen. I have seen a radio clock combination from 1938, but this is the earliest clock.