This early manufacturer of electric clocks was in business in Toronto from 1931 to 1936.
The clocks used Laurens Hammond's slow-speed, manual-start motors - a knob on the back of the clock had to be spun to start the clock, and power interruptions stopped the clock until it was restarted by hand. The original cords had cloth covers typical of the 1930s.
The mantel models had either molded bakelite plastic cases (dark brown or black) or wood cases. Our wall clock example has a painted metal case.
Some models were available with an alarm function, e.g. the HAMMOND JUNIOR. The GREGORY had a calendar that shows the day of the week and the month date. Note that most Hammond clocks did not have the model name on them. Model names are known from company catalogues and advertising.
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