vintage mystery clock with a open brass and glass anniversary type case with a removable cover. This clock uses a pulsed electromagnet in the base that pulls and pushes the pendulum to drive the clock and you can watch the gears turn.
It's marked Made in Germany and we've seen the same basic clock made by Kieninger in the 1960s before they were bought by Howard Miller.
This is in good condition and works great. It takes a C cell battery and has adjustable feet as it needs to be adjusted to sit perfectly level to run.
It's about 9 1/2" high and 7 1/2" x 5" on the base.
There's a label on the underside of the case from a jeweler in Missouri who closed up shop in the early 90s.