MID CENTURY PERPETUAL WALL CALENDAR
SIMPLE SCROLLING MECHANISM WITH BRASS ADJUSTMENT KNOBS
A large perpetual wall calendar produced for post offices, banks and other municipal buildings circa 1950's. Clarity of design and simplicity of used combined. The square plywood frame in a teak finish has pleasing, rounded corners and glazed apertures which display the day, date and month on canvas scrolls printed in clear black type on white. Easily adjusted by turning the knurled brass knobs backwards and forwards.
Hung via a single screw which is captured by the notched bracket on the back.
DIMENSIONS: Height 30 cm
Width approx 28 cm
Depth 5 cm
CONDITION: Good working order, scrolls turn smoothly and the canvas is unmarked. The plywood case has some areas of paint splatter (mainly on the back) and scratches to the finish.