This unusual figural pocket watch trade sign was found in Kutztown, Pennsylvania and was made in the first half of the 20th century. The case of the sign is made of thin sheet iron, the supports are made of iron, and the dials of the pocket watch are painted milk glass with a glass covering. The pocket watch retains the original painted surface. The sign originally had a fluorescent tube around the edge of the watch, there is some paint loss on the dials, and one of the sheet iron doors on the side of the clock is missing. Watch Diameter: 34", W: 55", D: 10.5", H: 44".