A brass desk calendar dated 1939 for the Golden Gate International Exposition. Two concentric dials sit on either side of the calendar, allowing the change of day, date, and month. No year is present in the calendar, allowing for this piece to be used year after year.
The Golden Gate International Exposition was held to commemorate, among many other things, the finished construction of the two famous bridges completed in San Francisco.
The first number dial from the left is having some trouble turning. It could be reattached to the interior spindle by the end user at their discretion. Currently, however, it is stuck on "2". All other dials work as intended.
AB - 103300 - 022620