Photo courtesy Pat_L.

528  and 528-A"The Surrey"

This model is furnished in natural mahogany with a gold-plated medallion on the top.  Clear, clean-cut Roman numerals plus a large dial and simplified hands make the readability very satisfactory.  One who buys the "Surrey" model has the advantage of being able to use it either as a wall clock or as a mantel clock.

It was the 528-A if you bought it with the bracket which Pat did.  I'm not convinced the bottom ornament should be but it's a great example of a rare clock.

back to the Dawn of Decoto the 530 Nottingham

Detail of a newspaper ad showing Surry, Tudor and an unknown make ship's wheel model.
From the St. Louis Post Dispatch 1932