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AN AMERICAN NOVELTY.

The last American novelty in advertising in a clock, which at each tick discloses the name of the firm or invention which seeks this form of notoriety. Sixty names per minute can thus be disclosed on an average-sized dial, arid three thousand six hundred in an hour, if it be thought advisable to increase the supply. The company which “ runs ” this new concern proposes to. place in every hotel in London -and the provinces one of the clocks of this description, according as advertising firms make use of the invention. The charge will be one half-penny per week per clock, and at this rate the proprietors hope to realize a considerable profit. ,

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AN AMERICAN NOVELTY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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AN AMERICAN NOVELTY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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