Lux Art Deco "tape Measure" Desk Clock - Circa 1935


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Lux Art Deco "tape Measure" Desk Clock - Circa 1935:
$40


Lux Art Deco "Tape Measure" Desk Clock - Circa 1935You are offerding on a Lux "Mystery Rotary" clock that became known as the "Tape Measure" Clock because of its resemblence to a tape measure case. It was tauted as, The first "Different" Clock in Centuries. Invented by Herman F. Lux, owner of the Lux Clock Manufacturing Company, Inc. of Waterbury , Connecticut . The application for the patent for this clock was filed in April of 1935. This clock was marketed in two diameters sizes 5 and 3 inches." This clock is in excellent working order, but missing one of the three nuts securing the bottom. The clock measures 5 inches in diameter and 3 inches high at the top knob. The bottom is marked..."MADE IN THE U.S.A. PAT. No. D-95184" ...please see photos...

Lux Art Deco "tape Measure" Desk Clock - Circa 1935:
$40

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