Travel clock, round with a yellowish dial and black Roman numerals. There are 2 hands - the hour and minute hands. The second hand is located at 6 o'clock on the dial. A glass crystal covers the face of the clock. There are 2 legs at the bottom for the clock to rest on. This is a mechanical, hand-wound clock with a winding key at the back. Next to the winding key is a small knob which turns the hands of the clock. On top is a ring for attaching a chain. On the back there is an adjustment for driving the clock slow or fast. The clock was patented in June 4, 1907 until January 29, 1918. Still in working order.
JAS. PASCOE / AUCKLAND & HAMILTON / MANUFACTUREDBY WATERBURY CLOCK CO. USA Maker's Mark
PATENTED / JUNE 4 1907 / JAN 29 1918 / Waterbury Clock Co. Engraved
JAMES PASCOE Ltd. / Jewellers / Auckland & Hamilton Printed
Waterbury Clock Company et al. Travel Clock, 1982.1375. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).