The "Ideal" model was introduced in the Wall Clock Only Catalogues from 1920 to 1925 and also appeared in the last catalogue published in 1928. The clocks were fitted with 8 day movements that were either Time Only or Time and Strike. The strike normally being on the usual gong on the half and and on the hour. (an "Ideal" with a single chime rod has also been seen). The clocks measured 24 inches in height with a width of 11 inches and a depth of 4 3/8 inches.
The eight inch clock dial is actually made out of cardboard with the Maple Leafs stencilled in the corners.
This is considered to be one of the easier Pequegnat Wall Clocks to find.