This clock comprises of a front facade, which is molded out of a
single piece of durable plastic and contains the lights and clock
mechanism, and a metal back. The front and back are connected by
means of a hinge for ease of access to the lights and general
maintenance of the clock while it is still hanging from a wall.
The glass crystal is mounted over the front face by means of an
aluminum bracket. Illumination is by means of two 15 watt light
bulbs. Over the years, many of these types of Dualite clocks have
been damaged by people installing higher wattage light bulbs resulting
in serious permanent damage to the clock's plastic faces. I
purchased this clock in 2000 from the Antiques & More antique
shop located on Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis, Indiana.