Antique American Clocks                      January 2022

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135.     $250

International Time Recording Co. time clock, 1930.  ITRC began as the Bundy Manufacturing Co., and later merged with the company that became IBM.  The solid oak case is 58.5 inches tall and 18.5 inches wide.  The glass in the door is not especially old, the metal dial is clean and may have been repainted.  The movement is not signed; there is a metal ITRC tag on the back of the door with the serial number 398953, dating the clock to 1930.  The rest of the equipment in the case is unknown to me.  To say that there is a multitude of wires on the back of the case does not do justice to the wiring. There are four buttons on the bottom right of the case.  I did not test this, although there seems to be an attachment at the top that allows it to be plugged in to household current.   Someone must need this.  $250-$750.