Vintage Perpetual Luminous Calendar Wall Mount or Desk Standing
Just ever-so-slightly kitsch magentic luminous perpetual calendar, presumed to be made in the 1960s or 1970s in Hong Kong. The case of curved white plastic with textured black reverse houses a calendar which is set using the orange magnet which attaches to the front. The magnet is used to drag a luminous section of orange to the appropriate day name, day number and month. The calendar can either be wall mounted or used via a fold out stand on a desk or table in a standing position.
That’s really all there is to it, but we like it. We think someone else will find its simplicity and look to be appealing and fun too.
The calendar measures approximately 24cm by 16cm by 2cm and is in good condition.