|Object Name||Clock, Wall|
|Other Name||radio-controlled clock|
Radio-controlled wall clock consisting of a German made quartz movement housed in a round wood case measuring 12 in. diameter. White round dial with Arabic numerals, sweep seconds hand, 5-minute marks on inner chapter ring. Six settings for time zones on back: ST, ET, CT, MT, PT, DST. Movement cover plate marked "Hechinger - German design".
|Place of Origin||Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, USA|
|Notes||The clock receives time signal from WWVB in Fort Collins, Colorado. Clock resets itself automatically to the exact hour, minute, and second and automatically adjusts to daylight savings time.|