Condition Report For Lot# 379:
the oak & walnut case has been stripped to bare wood, but can be easlily finished. Note this model has a large 28" iron ring with holes and labels for 100 workers, now numbered from 201 through 350 with some spaces. The worker rotates the central arm to his number and inserts it into his hole, thus recording his time of arrival / departure. Often the recorder has been removed; this one is intact {may need work}. Time mov't is wound separately, with up-down indicator near nine o'clock {can't get in to see if it was electrified; may need attention}. This item is very heavy, motor freight or pick up in person. International Time Recorder later became IBM. This original dial signed simply "International" This clock was displayed prominently at the museum in Pharr, TX. Ht 56"
Estimate: $500 - $700