7HX114 The Norse
An exceedingly rich-looking bell Alarm model in which the natural warmth of the mottled-brown plastic case is enhanced by a gold-colored base band and bezel. Tan dial with light Ivory numeral band and Tan and Brown numerals. Gold-colored hour, minute and sweep-second hands. Green alarm hand. Width, 4 5/8 inches. Height, 5 3/16 inches. Depth, 3 inches. $5.95
campaign version of the Morning Star
Nothing special; just a nice clock. I got mine for $15 in September,
2004 at the flea market. It was immaculate inside and the only thing
wrong with it was a detached alarm hand. It's almost as if someone
bought it and never used it because of the alarm hand but kept it put away.
I just put a dot of oil on the second gear, replaced the hands and polished
the case. Looks almost like the day it was made.
I'm always careful about adding new models or model variants to the site but I think we have one here. In 2019, I bought that Norse above on the left with the luminous dial from the New Lumalarm. I don't know why since it wasn't supposed to come that way. Then in 2021, the one above right appeared for sale. That's proof enough for me but I understand if you're a still a skeptic. Anyone else have a luminous Norse?