Its really interesting Arne how the English catalogs had several items that weren't in the German (like this clock and possible that destination board in your ref as well)

It's also curious how the photo you provided of the two versions, how one has additional 24hr numbers printed on the clock face and not the other one. Possibly indicated year of production?

Arne,

Just found myself one of these Bing "Next Train/Destination" signs! (with destination arms and all! Got pretty lucky!) 

I found online that there were also "US Market" signs done for this clock as well? Or was the photo I was looking at using reproduction signs? 

The indicator is in the catalogs UK 1906 and 1912, but not in 1926.  And is not in the US 1910 catalog. I have a lot of photos of them, mostly with the B in W trademark which was used after 1919. I think, the US model was made in the late 1910s, early  1920s.

Arne

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