Note that it does not state 15 Jewels on the face? The demonstrator only used a 1 jewel movement
So reflective it is hard to take a photgraph of it
The clear plastic cover on the back allowed the salesman to show the prospective buyer how the clock worked. Note the demonstrator only used a one jewel movement.
The DK141 (and the DK14 15 jewel movements) used a bump winder mecanism that only moved a little bit back an forth the next generation FA14 spun all the way around.
A well worn salesmans sample clock
No fancy packaging here these were not intended for sale to the public so they just came in a cardboard box wrapped in paper. Hand written on the box is Chryslermatic and 1 jewel along with the date stamps Septmber 24 1956 and October 1 1956 and made in Switzerland
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