Brandon - 2nd Edition

Both editions of the "Brandon" were offered for sale in the wall clock catalogues published from 1920 to 1925. The 2nd edition model was produced, with no changes in design, until the close of the factory in 1941.The "Brandon" 2nd Issue is just a continuation of a good thing. The only real difference between the two issue is the smooth trim (bezel and bottom door) on the 2nd issue rather that the more ornate trim on the 1st one. The clocks measure the same as the first issue, that's 26 1/2 inches high, 16 1/2 inches wide and 4 1/4 inches deep.. Both clocks have a 12 inch metal dial. The 8 day movement comes in four variations that include: Time Only, Time and Strike, Time and Calendar and Time Strike and Calender. When fitted with the strike, it's is on the traditional gong. A "Brandon" has been found with a factory installed chime rod rather than the gong, however this is a seldom seen variant (see Pequegnat Variants).

The Brandon's glass could be plain or could have the words "Regulator" or Standard Time" stencilled on it.

 These clocks are generally quite common except for the Time, Strike and Calendar model. I finally found one of them but it took a lot of looking.