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Easily read rotary timepiece










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5134595.

A timepiece made up of a rotating hour plate and a rotating minute plate, a portion of the minute plate showing through a window formed through a fixed plate separating the two plates. Time of day is indicated by hour indicia on the hour plate adjacent the window with the minute is indicated through the window. An additional rotating seconds plate may be provided. The timepiece may be a twenty-four hour clock. Since both the hour and minute plates rotate, hour and minute indica are strategically positioned so that the timepiece is accurate. Various configurations of timepiece plates are shown.








 
 
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