We are pleased to offer three (3) vintage Travel Alarm Clocks for your consideration. All three are from European manufacturers and are believed to date to the 1950's or 1960's.
First we have a Peers Hardy Clock from Germany in a Red case with Gold trim. It measures 3 inches square by 1-1/8 inch thick in the closed position. The Clock has been fully wound, but we find it only runs for a few seconds, then stops. Tapping on the side will get the Clock to resume for a short time. We believe it needs to be cleaned and/or oiled. The exterior is in very good condition while the fabric on the inside has some light stains.
Next we have a Smiths Clock from England. It is in a wide Tan colored Leather case, and includes a Thermometer and a Barometer. The Clock is fully wound, but does not run, although the Alarm mechanism is functional. The Thermometer is working. The Barometer appears to be working, but needs to be calibrated (there is an adjusting screw on the back for this). The moveable needle that is used to record the current pressure is loose and moves on its own. The case shows medium wear on the exterior, with some soil on the interior. The hinge appears slightly bent - the cover will close and latch, but it is not as straight as it should be. The rectangular case is 6-1/2 inches long, 3-1/2 inches deep, and 1 inch thick.
The third Clock is an Europa model from Germany. It is in a Burgundy colored case that measures 3-3/4 inches by 3 inches, and is about 1-1/8 inch thick, in the closed position. The handle to wind the Clock is broken off. The case has some light soil on the outside, with some slight dirt on the inside. The rod that runs through the hinge is slightly out of position. It should be possible to restore this unit with the addition of a new winder tab.
These are three great vintage Mid Century Travel Alarm Clocks. Some simple cleaning and oiling should restore them to proper operation, or they would make wonderful additions to any vintage Clock collection!